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QHotels offer benefits galore for golf groups

February 5, 2016

Everyone loves a good bargain and QHotels is no exception, with the UK's largest golf resort operator offering golf groups exceptional value when booking a one-night, two-round break at any of its golf venues in 2016 - with packages starting from just £79 per person.

Golfers across the UK can enjoy an array of fantastic savings and benefits with QHotels over the coming months, with free places, drinks discounts and retail vouchers all available with its '2016 Group Golf Breaks Early Bird' promotion.

Bookable until February 29 for groups of 12 or more, the attractive breaks feature free golf for one in every 12 golfers on available dates as well as a 20 per cent discount off all drinks.

For certain dates in the year, a £50 retail voucher is also available for group bookers to spend in any QHotels 10 golf shops, while individual guests can take advantage of an additional 10 per cent saving when booking any future break directly with QHotels.

The likes of Slaley Hall, Forest Pines, Belton Woods and Mottram Hall are all included in the eye-catching promotion, which is valid for new bookings only, with prices starting from only £79 per person for one night's dinner, bed and breakfast and 36 holes of golf.

Named AA Hotel Group of the Year in 2014/15, the multi-award-winning four-star QHotels golf group offers tournament and championship-standard courses in 10 unique resort locations across England and Scotland.

n To discover more about QHotels '2016 Group Golf Breaks Early Bird' package', visit www.QHotels.co.uk/earlybird or call the hotel resort of your choice quoting 'EARLYBIRD' at the time of booking.

www.qhotels.co.uk




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