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Saintly Breaks for Links & Spa Lovers

5.12am 15th February 2011 - Travel - This story was updated on Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

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St Enodoc, one England’s most beguiling links courses, and the St Moritz Hotel, set in one of Cornwall’s most romantic locations, is offering  a ‘Saintly Break’ package that allows you to spend time on the golf course while your partner languishes in the spa.

“St Enodoc is one of the UK’s most highly rated links courses and testament to its quality, the Church Course has hosted numerous amateur golf events, including the English Ladies Amateur Championship in 1993 and 2002 and the English Counties Championship in 1989 and 2005,” says Tuck Clagett, General Manager of St Enodoc.

“The outstanding beauty and design of St Enodoc has also lured a host of legendary Open Champions to its fairways including James Braid of course, Henry Cotton, Jim Barnes and Tom Watson which has added to the prestige of this exceptional course.”

St Enodoc’s location on the high sand dunes of the North Cornwall coast overlooking the Camel Estuary, with Padstow to the west and the Atlantic coast to north, makes for ideal links golf and stunning sea panoramas from almost every hole. The course has won many accolades and in 2009 was ranked 55th in the world outside the US by the well-respected Golf Digest magazine.

“In addition to glorious golf at St Enodoc and perfect pampering at the Cowshed spa, this part of Cornwall is an incredibly romantic retreat,” comments Hugh Ridgway, owner and founder of the St Moritz Hotel. “It offers wonderful coastal and beach walks with stunning panoramas, traditional cosy, warming pubs and long lingering dinners in gourmet seafood restaurants.”

St Enodoc www.st-enodoc.co.uk

       

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