Situated in the heart of the country in Royal Sutton Coldfield, North Warwickshire, The Belfry Hotel & Resort will reopen on 4th July 2020.
Ahead of the opening, The Belfry has launched a pledge to their guests showcasing how the resort is adapting for the future while still offering the same award-winning welcome and memorable experiences that guests have come to love and know. The Belfry’s ‘Our Pledge To You’ initiative showcases the resort’s commitment to meeting the highest standards cleanliness procedures and protocols across all areas of the resort.
Stay for three nights, pay for two
The Belfry has also launched several new packages for guests to enjoy for a well-deserved post-lockdown break. Priced from £109 per night for two adults and two children, the Family Bed & Breakfast package includes an overnight stay with breakfast and a game of Ryder Legends mini-golf or disc golf. Or opt for the Stay for 3 nights, pay for 2 offer, priced from £119 per room per night, or the 1 night, 2 rounds package, which also includes breakfast, priced from £119 per person.
Luxurious experiences in your own outdoor hot tub
Alternatively, for a luxury home away from home staycation, the Brabazon Lodge, with space for up to eight people with four bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, is priced from £450 per night. Located down a private driveway and over-looking the legendary 10th tee of The Brabazon course, the Lodge offers all the essential amenities to ensure a luxurious experience. Guests can sit back and relax in the charming and spacious lounge area which overlooks the Lodge’s private garden or enjoy an evening in their very own outdoor hot tub.
James Macbeth Stewart, Resort Director, said: “It feels fantastic to be able to welcome our guests back to the resort from 4th July. Our new enhanced cleaning programmes go above and beyond Government guidelines to ensure our guests and our teams remain safe.
“We have always been committed to providing our guests with an experience that will stay with them, long after they leave. We may have adapted for the future, but you can be confident that the same warm and welcoming Belfry experience awaits. We want everyone to continue to enjoy our many facilities, our extensive outdoor space and our rural location. All we ask is that our guests take joy in a memorable stay with family, friends and loved ones, and we’ll take care of the rest.”
A revolutionary cleaning system
Enhanced measures at The Belfry includes investment in state of the art, new cleaning equipment that uses Electrostatic Technology. This revolutionary cleaning system provides even distribution of cleaning products and total disinfection of every surface it coats. Guests will also have access to the new Belfry app to view menus, order food and drinks to their room, and pay for their Stay without any need for face-to-face contact.
The Belfry is set to donate their green fees to a variety of causes
The resort was set to host over 30 charity golf days in 2020. Due to the pandemic, donations and many fundraising activities have been cancelled or postponed. So The Belfry has made the decision to donate their entire green fees on 11th July to show their support during these challenging times. Donations will go to a variety of causes, including the two nominated Belfry charities for 2020, Matt Hampson Foundation and LoveBrum.
The resort’s award-winning Brabazon and PGA National courses reopened on 1st June with several new safety measures in place including physical distancing, capacity control, and on course sanitiser.
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