Golfers in search of a much-needed lift after the stresses and strains of lockdown are being invited to relax in style this spring and summer with the return of the QHotels Group’s popular ‘Great British Breakaway’ golf packages.

Following the government roadmap announcement for reopening, the UK’s largest golf resort operator has unveiled an array of eye-catching two-night, two-round packages which are available at all seven QHotels golf resorts in the UK, with prices starting from just £145 per person.

Bookable from now until April 30, the ‘Great British Breakaway’ promotion runs for stays from May 17 until October 3, giving golfers the chance to make up for lost time and reconnect with friends and family after so many months apart.

In addition to 36 holes of golf, players will enjoy two nights’ bed-and-breakfast accommodation in a four-star hotel, dinner on the first night, complimentary use of the leisure facilities and a bucket of beer in their room on arrival.

All packages – which are based on two people sharing a room – include the QHotels Group’s Flexible Booking Guarantee, which allows guests to make changes to their booking free of charge should plans change.

The QHotels Group manages seven top golf resorts in England and Scotland: Belton Woods, in Grantham, Lincolnshire; Dunston Hall, in Norwich; Oulton Hall, Leeds; Slaley Hall, in Hexham, Northumberland; Telford Hotel & Golf Resort, in Shropshire; DoubleTree by Hilton Forest Pines Spa & Golf Resort, in Brigg; and DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Westerwood Spa & Golf Resort.

To get ready for the return of guests across all its hotels and golf resorts on May 17, the group’s housekeeping staff will be deployed to complete 88,170 minutes of cleaning with 11,756 pillows to be fluffed.

The maintenance team will furiously busy themselves prepping leisure facilities with 58,422 yards of golf course lawn to mow and 298 meters of pool to clean.

In addition, meetings will be welcomed back with 250 meeting rooms to prep, and happy couples will be able to celebrate their postponed nuptials, with the group preparing for 212 summer wedding celebrations. There are 2,100 Moët & Chandon bottles waiting to be popped in celebration, and 45,800 new seasonal menus to be ordered for delicious afternoon teas and mealtimes.

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