The Tracy Park Hotel
Sitting just a ten-minute drive from the centre of the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath, Tracy Park Golf and Country Hotel is an imposing countryside mansion with a history dating all the way back to the 13th century and preserved in its mid-19th-century grandeur, set within extensive parkland, the inspiration for the Birtwick Park from Anna Sewell’s ’Black Beauty’.
Offering great views over the hotel’s estate and massive gardens, the deluxe rooms feature large ensuite bathrooms and lounge areas. They are situated in the renovated Carriges bedroom block and ooze luxury-appeal with stunning views of the picturesque golf course. All include modern bathrooms, a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities.
An old stone lodge, displaying stone carvings and sculptures, the Masons Restaurant provides a menu based on dishes cooked with fresh seasonal menu, including a selection of sizzling steaks.
Vividly green and unspoilt countryside complemented only by two 18-hole golf courses make for a convenient gold experience for players of every level.
Groupon’s Guide to Bath
The spa city and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bath beckons with must-see attractions such as the Roman Baths, where a trio of natural springs have been bubbling and steaming for 2000 years and counting.
Visitors may also admire the 18th century Royal Crescent, a curved strip of remarkable Georgian façades, including a museum, and the Bath Abbey, built between the 12th and 16th centuries. A little further, visitors may find the 18th century No. 1 Royal Crescent, a Georgian townhouse that paints a portrait of the city in its glory days, while a walk along the Brock Street brings travellers to another Georgian architectural masterpiece, the Circus.