Golfers seeking a last-minute break before Christmas can enjoy exceptional value at Portugal’s exclusive Quinta do Lago resort over the next month, with discounts of 10 per cent available on three, five and seven-night packages.
Individuals and groups can take advantage of an array of savings and other benefits when staying at the top luxury lifestyle resort in the Algarve from now until December 12, with three nights’ bed-and-breakfast including two rounds of golf bookable from €342 per person.
Accommodation is provided in Quinta do Lago’s boutique Magnolia Hotel with prices including golf on any of the resort’s three 18-hole championship courses. One hotel dinner is also included while non-golfers can exchange their golf for spa vouchers to be used in the Magnolia’s Wellness Centre.
Five-night bed-and-breakfast packages, which feature three rounds of golf and two hotel dinners, are available to book from €509 per person. while golfers looking for an extended holiday can enjoy a seven-night, five-round stay including three dinners from €797 per person. All prices are based on two people sharing a room.
Situated just a 15-minute drive from Faro airport, Quinta do Lago’s world-class golf and lifestyle facilities make it the perfect choice for a sporting break.
In addition to three renowned golf courses – the North, South and Laranjal – and outstanding practice facilities, guests can stay in shape at the state-of-the-art performance centre The Campus, a world-class sports hub designed for professionals and amateurs alike to keep fit.
Complementing the golf facilities is a choice of 10 high-class bars and restaurants that deliver an array of delicious world cuisines, including the much-loved Bovino Steakhouse and Dano’s Sports Bar & Restaurant, a new sports gastro pub which opened last month.
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