Winter doesn’t have to be a time to put the golf clubs into hibernation with Portugal’s exclusive Quinta do Lago resort offering plenty for players to get excited about in the new year, with three-night, two-round breaks bookable from only €314 per person.
Golfers of all abilities can hit the fairways running in 2019 at the Algarve’s premier sports and lifestyle venue, with outstanding golf and leisure facilities among the many benefits included in the attractive new packages.
Available throughout January and February, the luxury breaks include bed-and-breakfast accommodation in Quinta do Lago’s boutique The Magnolia Hotel and golf on any of the resort’s three 18-hole championship courses.
One free drink per round in the golf clubhouse and free transfers to and from the courses are also included, while guests can unwind afterwards with free access to the facilities at The Magnolia Hotel including Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, gym and chill room. All prices are based on two people sharing a twin room.
Located just 15 minutes away from Faro airport, Quinta do Lago’s world-class golf and lifestyle facilities make it the perfect choice for a sporting break.
As well as 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 acclaimed Bovino Steakhouse and Dano’s Sports Bar & Restaurant, a new sports gastro pub which opened this autumn.
For more information on the latest golf packages available at Quinta do Lago before December, please visit https://themagnoliahotelqdl.com/offers-category/stay-play/
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