The Vale Golf and Country Club celebrated their 25th anniversary in 2017, if you’ve not discovered yet what they have here in this quiet corner of rural Worcestershire then maybe it’s time, they have a lot to offer.

Proprietory owned and run with on and off course investment ongoing pretty much all of the time you can sense a determination here to raise the bar ever further and elevate The Vale to a loftier status.


27 holes here, all full size with the International course playing centre stage. Set on a very large expanse of land with part woodland surrounds and affording some panoramic views of the Malverns and Bredon Hills there’s a real away from it all feel here that is hard to ignore.

The International is a pretty long course too with no less than six par fives, four of them reside on the front nine. 6,648 yards from the yellow tees and generally speaking you can fire away at will with your drivers, the aforesaid par fives especially offer some generosity from the tees and fairway hazards are pretty infrequent.


Accommodation here is provided by nine traditional looking log cabins, all with lakeside views and decking areas. Fully furnished throughout they can play host to small golfing groups, couples stays and there is also one family cabin too, sleeping four.


The Vale’s huge clubhouse has a superb range of contemporary looking facilities to cater for all occasions. The downstairs spike bar, only opened in summer ‘18 looks after the golfer’s needs with a full range of breakfast and all day snack options. The first floor main bar is very spacious, recently re-furbished with a large selection of beers and a healthy gin range too.

A further floor above is the conference room which can seat up to 140 guests with other meeting rooms on site that will host smaller occasions too. The outdoor seating area by the side of the main suite room is a perfect sun trap with great course views.