After re-opening its two championship golf courses on May 15, luxury five-star French golf resort Terre Blanche will re-open its hotel and spa on July 10.
Nestled between the Provence and the French Riviera, Terre Blanche is renowned for its eco-friendly golf courses and golfers have been enjoying its two tree-lined 18-hole championship golf courses, Le Château and Le Riou, for the past seven weeks since Covid-19 lockdown measures were relaxed in France.
But from next week golfers and other guests will also be able to stay at the resort, and take advantage of its luxury spa and other five-star facilities that helped win its top ranking in Golf World’s list of Top 100 Continental Resorts in 2019.
The resort will be operating on a strict-reservation only basis with a new reinforced health protocol, with fully trained staff.
As part of its investment in its environmental credentials, the resort has recently leased a fleet of 170 new electric golf carts, while the grass on both courses is also currently being replaced by Bermuda Grass Riviera in order to reduce water consumption and reduce the use of phytosanitary products.