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Free Golf on tap with QHotels autumn and winter breaks

   Telford Hotel & Golf Resort - Telford, Shropshire
QHotels, the UK’s largest golf resort operator, is serving up a treat for golfers this autumn and winter with a range of attractive drinks promotions and group incentives available on stay-and-play packages for the remainder of 2015.
Players across England and Scotland can take advantage of savings of up to 20 per cent on drinks and free golf places when they take a one, two or three-night golfing break at any of QHotels’ 11 golf resorts between now and December 31.

The drinks discount is available for groups of any size while QHotels is also giving guests the chance to stay and play for free for the rest of the year, with one golfer in every 12 going free at Hellidon Lakes Golf and Spa Hotel, Telford Hotel & Golf Resort and The Westerwood Hotel & Golf Resort and one player in 16 receiving a complimentary stay at all other venues.

The likes of Mottram Hall, Belton Woods, Forest Pines and Slaley Hall are all included in the eye-catching promotion, which is valid for new bookings only, with prices starting from just £75 per person for one night’s dinner, bed and breakfast including two rounds of golf.

Two-night, three-round packages including dinner, bed and breakfast are available from £165 per person while corporate and society day organisers can also enjoy outstanding value with QHotels over the final few months of the 2015 golf season. Corporate days can be booked from £30 per person while society days are on offer from just £17.50 per person.

The promotion is the latest in a series of forward-thinking initiatives unveiled by QHotels – the AA Hotel Group of the Year – in 2015, led by the introduction of its hugely successful QFairway club earlier this year.

Hailed as the country’s most flexible golf membership, the new scheme offers up to 50 rounds of golf for only £375 along with access to an impressive 15 golf courses.

The flexible points-based membership gives golfers all the benefits of a full club membership – including the facility to hold a handicap and playing rights for club competitions – while offering discount on food and drink, shop purchases, tuition, hotel bed-and-breakfast rates.

And players of all ages have been quick to give their backing to the enterprising initiative with 1,000-plus new members signing up since its launch, including hundreds of juniors.

The multi-award-winning, four and five-star QHotels collection offers championship-standard courses in unique resort locations.

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