Golfing weekend in Etretat
Written by admin on September 8th, 2008
Combine playing at the Golf of Etretat, one of the most magnificent golfs in France, with a relaxing and gastronomic stay in the beautiful and charming 3* hotel of Saint Clair.
Golf : The exceptional site of the Golf of Etretat offers the players with a unique and splendid view on the sea and Etretat bay, along the unique and beautiful cliffs of Aval. You will particularly enjoy the number 10, with a drive plunging seaward from the cliffs before sweeping back up to an elevated green.Exposed to all winds, the course is demanding, but the pleasure is real and the experience is magic. The Domain of Saint Clair will provide you with 2 green fees. The Golf is 1km away from your hotel. Technical data :
- Architect : Chantepie and Fruchet
- Type : seaside course, open country
- 18 holes, par 72, 6073 metres long
- Handicap required : 35
- Slope : 122
Your hotel : In the heart of a vast park full of flowers and trees, overlooking the cliffs of Etretat, the sea and the village, this 3* charming hotel is formed of a small 19th century Anglo-Norman style château, Le Donjon, and a seaside villa built in the Belle Époque period. The domain has a charming restaurant where the Chef offers a gastronomic and refined cuisine combining tradition and innovation.
Your room : Each of the 21 rooms and suites is personalised with refinement and elegance, referring to famous or fiction personalities from the Belle Epoque period at the early 19th century. All rooms have private bathroom & WC, with jacuzzi or power shower, satellite TV, telephone, hair dryer, mineral water. Your room is a double room category comfort.
Leisures on site : Heated outdoor swimming pool open from April to October, 5 guest lounges, a library, a covered patio and two private car parks.
Things to see and to do in the area:
- The cliffs of Etretat, and its famous cliff of Aval
- The Golf of Etretat, 1 km away from the hotel
- Sea and village 500m away from the hotel
- The Clos Arsène Lupin in Etretat : an innovative and highly entertaining visitor centre dedicated to the famous ‘gentlemen thief’ of French fiction, Arsène Lupin.
- Fécamp and its 12-13th century abbey church, la Trinité, and its Palais Bénédictine
- The Pont de Normandie, a truly monumental modern bridge rising high over the river Seine near Honfleur, a delightful and charming typical village
- Le Havre, 28 km away from the hote, and the musuem Malraux specialised in French Impressionists and Fauvism
- The coast with seaside villages such as Trouville, a family based resort with plenty of Belle Epoque period charm, and Deauville, a fashionable seaside resort in the Second Empire
- Cabourg, Lisieux, Bayeux, the beaches of the Normandy landings
This week-end is available from 390 Euros at Golfing weekend in France