The Lodge at Prince's Golf Club
The Lodge at Prince’s provides the perfect place to stay when playing the trio of past and present Open Championship venues on the Kent coast. With large suite-style accommodations that have been built for golfers, multiple dining options, and 27-holes of fantastic links golf, Prince’s is a very comfortable and convenient option.
The Lodge comprises of two adjoining Lodge Houses that offer 38 bedrooms that include two en-suite bedrooms, a well-appointed lounge area with TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, and coffee making facilities.
Perfect for large groups or guests looking for a sanctuary after a challenging day of links golf, this contemporary styled selection of lodges offers convenience and comfort in all aspects. For something a bit more lavish and luxurious, why not try either the Links or Bay suites, which offer all of the standard amenities and more.
Restaurant & Bars
There are multiple dining options available at Prince’s. In The Lodge is 2AA Rosette Star Brasserie on The Bay, where the chefs focus on high quality seasonal and local Kentish produce, and the Lodge Lounge & Terrace, which offers a very comfortable bar environment.
On the second floor of the clubhouse is the Prince’s Suite, which provides stunning panoramic views over the course and across Sandwich Bay, and also the Spike bar for quick bites and drinks pre and post-round.
Spa & Leisure
Guests may request use of the gym and sauna/steam facilities at the nearby Baypoint Sports Club.
Located on the southeast tip of England overlooking Sandwich Bay, Prince's Golf Club backs onto Royal St George's Golf Club. International access is best through the London airports of either Heathrow or Gatwick, which are less than 2 hours away (depending on traffic!).
History buffs will be pleased with the location, with plenty of sites in the area to visit. Both Deal and Dover Castle are fairly close, or if you prefer visiting the beautiful city of Canterbury, the Canterbury Cathedral is a must. Other stopovers include the historical market town of Faversham, home to Britain’s oldest brewery (Shepherd Neame), the seaside town of Broadstairs, just 25 minutes away, and the Turner Contemporary Art Gallery, located on Margate seafront.
Did You Know
Gene Sarazen won his first and only Open Championship at Prince’s in 1932. He captured 37 tour victories in total over his career, including 7 majors and was the first ‘Grand Slam’ winner.
Prince's Golf Course
Prince’s Golf Club is part of a trio of magnificent links courses in the southeast of England that have all held the Open Championship, with Royal Cinque Ports and Royal St George’s being the other two. It was here in 1932 that Gene Sarazen romped home to victory by 5 shots and won his first and only Claret Jug. Offering three loops of nine holes – The Shore, The Dunes and recently upgraded the Himalayas – Prince’s is a must-play when visiting this part of the UK.