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Tulfarris to host halloween golf camp

10.17am 30th September 2019 - Travel

Tulfarris Hotel and Golf Resort in County Wicklow, Ireland, has something for all the family this halloween.

The Blessington-based hotel and golf resort is holding a residential ‘Ghostly Golf Camp’, which includes golf tuition for children and lots of family activities.

The two-night camp is suitable for boys and girls staying with their parents aged between seven and 14, and runs from October 28-30. Each morning children will be given tuition from the resort’s resident club professional, Tom O’Neill. The camp is suitable for first-time golfers and improvers, and will include three hours of tuition each day from 9.30am-12.30pm.  Tulferris’ Touring Pro Simon Thornton will also hold a golf clinic for adults on October 30.

The Ghostly Golf Camp is priced from €109 per adult sharing deluxe family room (total price for 2 adults and 2 children is €488). It includes two mornings of golf tuition for the children, one evening meal, afternoon family fun activities and a late checkout. On arrival, adults will enjoy a Halloween cocktail, while the children will be served a ‘Monstrous Mocktail’.

On the first day, and following a busy morning of golf, all the family will take a 10-minute drive over to CP Adventures in Russborough House for two hours of fun, including zipline, abseiling, archery, bungie trampoline and more. On either evening guests can enjoy a family meal in the award-winning AA Rosette Lime Tree Restaurant. Later, a children’s spooky film will be screened where the children will be served popcorn and drinks.

For more information call (045) 867600 or visit

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