5-days culinary golf adventure in Höganäs and Kullen peninsula
Here you will find some of Swedens best golf courses for people of all ages who want to enjoy their game. The area accommodates families, children and adults alike. Beautiful nature and interesting cultural experiences are part of the bargain! Even advanced players discover challenges that are comparable to the challenges of international competition. There are four golf courses within 10 kilometres distance that include picturesque fishing villages, charming hotels and restaurants. The town of Höganäs is famous for its pottery and a fascinating historic Swedish industry that is 300 years old. In the region are the artists who maintain the area’s status as Sweden’s ceramic district. Enjoy the long sandy beach that stretches around the peninsula.
4 overnight stay in double room, WC/Shower, nearby activities and golf courses
Coffee/tea and cake at arrival, reception at the hotel and information about golf courses and the district
3 green fees 18 holes,
4 – 3 course dinners at the hotel
Transfer from/to hotel and golf courses.
Day 1. Arrival on the way to Kullen peninsula, reception at the hotel, dinner in the evening.
Day 2 – 4. Transfer to golf courses, dinners in the evening
Day 5. Departure
Hotell Brunnby Gård is situated at the peninsula of Kullaberg. The manor building is from the 1900-century and beautifully restaurated. Here you get inspiration and relaxation. With the fantastic surroundings, activities and delicate food they present something for everyone. At the evenings during the summertime there will be BBQ with music and dancing.
Facilities: 41 rooms with a total of 79 beds, every room is individually decorated, restaurant, outdoor swimmingpool, sauna and possibilities of having massage and floating.
Kullaberg golf course winds around the top of the hill where one can still find traces of people living back as far as 6,000 years ago. Linnaeus has wandered here as Tycho Brahe, who at one time owned the whole hill. Now the delightful well-kept fairways and Swedens fastest greens dot the natural landscape. Ture Bruce laid out a golf course that is beautifully adapted and full of surprises. Three holes are adjacent to the sea, and it is breathtakingly beautiful.
Only fifteen minutes away there is another world class 18 hole golf course: S:t Arild Golf Club with a mile wide view overlooking the old cultivated landscape. The course architect, Jan Cederholm, has carved generous fairways between fish ponds and lovely plantings. Birds nesting in the area force some special consideration periodically at hole number 4! The S:t Arild GC maintains a comfortable atmosphere where quite a few young people enjoy spending their free time. The course is highly regarded for major competition. All types of golfers express delight over the course.
Another fifteen minutes south lies Viken golf course, a 9 hole on the moor between the sand dunes and the sea. Here people have played golf since the close of the 1800’s. Golf magazines have frequently described this seaside course. Öresund is only a wedge from the green. Here you play with the wind, which tests your game and provides a wonderful challenge.
In the same neighbourhood is Lerberget 9 hole course at the edge of the residential area not far from a fishing village from the 1700’s. Here you find a generous practice area for beginners who would rather be together with other amateurs. The course is pay-and-play, which means that you don’t have to have a green card or official handicap to be able to play.
Excursions between ronds:
Visit the Design Outlet in Höganäs for crystal and ceramics.
Enjoy the sunset in the small fishing villages by the sea.
Adventure walks at the Kullen peninsula with cliffs, caves and beautiful view over the sea and the peninsula.
Kayaking in the gulf.
Visit some of the most beautiful private gardens in Sweden.
Visit the huge wooden sculpture Nimis – hidden on the Kullaberg shore.
Visit Denmark and Kronborg Castle.
Contact Travel Gate Sweden for booking this tour, info @ travelgatesweden.se
Ref. No 790.