Nov 20th, 2017

Take a golf break in the Dordogne

At Souillac Golf & Country Club

Take a golf break in the Dordogne The beautiful Dordogne Valley has long been a favourite destination for the British when holidaying in France, and golfers can enjoy unbeatable value on stay-and-play breaks at Souillac Golf & Country Club in 2018.

Couples, groups and families can take advantage of amazing savings when they book a three, five or seven-night stay at the picturesque resort from April to the end of October, with three-night, three-round half-board packages starting from only €309 per person.

Bookable now, the attractive breaks feature golf on Souillac’s 18-hole course – regarded as one of the best in the south-west region – and accommodation in one of the resort’s spacious and well-equipped two, three and four-bedroom lodges, located in nine hamlets with each benefitting from its own swimming pool.

Take a golf break in the Dordogne Daily lunch or dinner in the resort’s bar and brasserie ‘Restaurant du Golf’ is also included along with the option to check-in on any day of the week. Away from the fairways, guests can enjoy complimentary access to Souillac’s wide variety of other sports and leisure facilities including a driving range, nine swimming pools, tennis, table tennis, boules and a children’s play area.

The packages – which are based on four people sharing – are even more enticing for golfers looking to book a longer stay, with seven-night half-board breaks including unlimited golf on offer from just €485 per person.

And getting to Souillac couldn’t be easier with the resort situated within close reach of five airports – including Brive, just a 15-minute drive away – as well as being easily accessed by the motorway straight from Calais.

Set in the heart of the beautiful Dordogne Valley in 60 hectares of magnificent countryside, Souillac Golf & Country Club is the ideal base to combine a relaxing golfing break with the opportunity to discover the many historic, cultural and gastronomic delights of the region.

Take a golf break in the Dordogne

Designed by acclaimed architect Jeremy Pern, the resort’s 18-hole, par-67 golf course lies in the middle of an oak forest and offers variety and a number of challenges as well as breathtaking views, with the emphasis on accuracy rather than length off the tee.

As well as golf, hiking, kayaking, climbing, mountain-biking and horse-riding are just some of the activities that can be enjoyed nearby, while Souillac provides the gateway for visitors to discover some of the Dordogne Valley’s other delights including pre-historic caves, medieval chateaux and its world-famous foie gras, cheeses and wines.


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