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Whittlebury Park

Whittlebury Park

Whittlebury Park is home to one of the finest golf experiences in the UK. Situated in the beautiful rolling countryside of south Northamptonshire, with hundreds of ancient oak trees and a dozen lakes, Whittlebury Park is the ideal venue for both individual golfers & Corporate or Society Championship golf day complimented by the magnificent Atrium Clubhouse (tow-times winner of UK Clubhouse of the Year 2007 & 2008 and the largest in Europe). With a heritage dating back over 1,000 years to when the estate was the playground of kings and courtiers, the Whittlewood Forest lies at the centre of this spectacular development. Within the grounds of the estate is the site of a stone age hill fort, a Roman road, and dwellings mentioned in the Doomsday book that all add to the rich history of this ancient park.

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NN12 8WP


http://whittlebury.com/whittleburypark/|
[email protected]|
01327 850 000

Telephone - 01327 850 000 Fax - 01327 850 001 Email - [email protected]

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Visitor Information & Facilities

  • Bar / lounge
  • Restaurant

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