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St Malo and Northern Brittany from 747

5 night golf break in St Malo & Northern Brittany

2 nights on board, 5 nights B&B and 6 rounds from €747 per person

St Malo and Northern Brittany Map of golf course and hotel locations

Ferry:
Saturday 16:00 Depart Cork for overnight cruise to Roscoff
Friday 20:30 Depart Roscoff for overnight cruise to Cork

Staying:
5 nights B&B at Hotel de l'Univers, St Malo (Sunday - Thursday)

Playing:
18 holes at Golf de Pléneuf Val André, Le Val André
18 holes at Golf Club des Ormes, Dol de Bretagne
18 holes at Dinard Golf Club, St Briac sur Mer
18 holes at Golf Club de St Malo, Le Tronchet
18 holes at Golf de la Freslonnière, Rennes - Le Rheu
18 holes at Golf des Ajoncs d'Or, Lantic

2017 PRICESAprilMayJuneSeptember
Price per person (based on 2)€834€820€871€806
Price per person (based on 4)€757€758€785€747
* Price per person based on travelling together in a standard car, sharing a cabin and twin room(s).
Travel insurance not included. Subject to availability.

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Hotel & course information

Hotel de l'Univers, St Malo

Hotel de l'Univers, St Malo

On a lively square overlooking the Hotel de Ville (town hall), the Hotel de l'Univers is a favourite with our customers. The attractions of Intra Muros are on your doorstep through the cobbled streets and with the beach nearby there is little need to travel further afield.

This characterful hotel is in an excellent location within the old city walls and is full of charm - the bedrooms have all been refurbished in tones of red and brown and the cosy bar, is one of the best in town so we're told! Free Wi-Fi.

FGB003 Golf de Pleneuf Val Andre Golf de Pléneuf Val André

Golf de Pléneuf Val André, Le Val André

Regularly ranked among the top 10 courses in France, and at the heart of an intimate seaside town with a wide range of bars and restaurants, this is an annual fixture on the European Challenge Tour.

The turn, from holes 10 to 12, features three simply wonderful challenges ... a short downhill par four made daunting by the blind tee shot and ultra-narrow fairway; a remarkably picturesque par five with the sea on your left and a derelict cottage in your line from the (very) elevated tee; and a tough uphill par four requiring a good drive and even better approach shot, perhaps with a fairway wood, into a hilltop green.

The rest of the course is impressive too, with generally generous fairways, some corking short holes and a couple of intimidating tee shots over ravines. It's a little bit links, partly parkland with a hint of heathland ... but at a fraction of the price you'd be paying for its equivalent in Scotland or Surrey. In close proximity to St Malo, it's little wonder that Pleneuf is so popular with visiting golfers. Free trolley hire when playing this course.

FGB001 Golf du Domaine des Ormes Golf Club des Ormes

Golf Club des Ormes, Dol de Bretagne

A championship golf course set in a 370 acre estate surrounding a 16th century château and including a family friendly resort with campsite, hotel, log cabins and even tree houses (look out for them as you play a round).

The clubhouse, originally a farm building, retains the original beams and fireplace, but if the sun's out you simply must drink and dine alfresco, and maybe even take a dip in the outdoor pool to cool off. The course is not that long, but quite tight, and the greens are just a joy. The holes around the imposing château are the highlight, particularly the 10th, where you must first thread your ball through an avenue of apple trees and then over a lake guarding the green.

This is an ideal course for a family or group of friends looking to combine golf with relaxation and sightseeing, as fairytale Mont St Michel is nearby, so too the castle at Combourg, while Dol de Bretagne is great for pottering round the market or simply shooting the breeze in the pavement cafes. Free trolley hire when playing this course.

FGB011 Dinard Golf Club Dinard Golf Club

Dinard Golf Club, St Briac sur Mer

This stunning links may remind you of classic British (more specifically, Scottish) courses such as Turnberry or Royal Montrose ... and with very good reason. Founded by the British and designed by a Scot, Tom Dunn, Dinard is the second oldest course in France (after Pau, in Aquitaine), dating back to 1887.

With pot bunkers and tight lies on sandy turf fairways edged with gorse and heather, this is a must play ... especially as most of the time you're down by the shore. Not the longest, at a little over 5,800 yards, it is nevertheless an ever interesting and intricate challenge. Small, well defended greens mean you have to be on your mettle to score well, especially when the wind blows, which it usually does.

At St Briac sur Mer, just outside the fashionable seaside resort that gives the course its name, Dinard also boasts one of the finest clubhouses anywhere in France, an imposing Art Deco building where you can relax post round and drink in the far reaching fabulous views of the famous Emerald Coast. Free trolley hire when playing this course.

FGB002 Golf Club de St Malo Golf Club de St Malo

Golf Club de St Malo, Le Tronchet

Designed by Hubert Chesneau, the mastermind behind French Open venue Golf National, and set in the ancient hunting grounds of Mesnil Forest, St Malo has matured very nicely indeed over the past quarter of a century.

From first (a relatively gentle par five) to last (a great closing hole with a well guarded green in full view of the clubhouse terrace), this is amongst the very finest of the new generation of French golf courses ... and it's only half an hour from the ferry terminal at St Malo. There's water on 13 holes and some fiendishly positioned bunkers ... but don't be put off because the fairways are mostly generous and the greens true.

The sixth, fabulous par three, and 16th, a fantastic par four, both require confident shots over a yawning water filled ravine ... trust your club, have faith in your swing, go for it and simply enjoy. Free trolley hire when playing this course.

FGB013 Golf de la Freslonniere Golf de la Freslonnière

Golf de la Freslonnière, Rennes - Le Rheu

Freslonnière was opened in 1989 and designed by Alain du Bouexic. It has all the following facilities - 2 practice areas, approach area, putting green, plus pitch & putt - and is a high-class parkland course beautifully lined with trees making it well sheltered from the wind. It is not a long course, but difficult with many water hazards, tight dog-legs and narrow fairways. The clubhouse restaurant is highly recommended - under an hour from St Malo.

FGB022 Golf Les Ajoncs d'Or Golf des Ajoncs d'Or

Golf des Ajoncs d'Or, Lantic

Just north of St Brieuc between Roscoff and St Malo, this 25 year old course takes its name from the lovely yellow gorse which covers much of the parkland and wooded areas. It's a long course with generous fairways and the lake is a challenge for players when on the 11th hole and the ladies 8th. Overall, this impressive and beautifully manicured course makes for an interesting game and as it keeps improving it's fast becoming a great favourite with visiting golfers.

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