Golf Holidays

Golf Breaks

Golf Breaks

If your annual golf trip to warmer climes has landed in the rough this year, why not look a little closer to home?  

Budock Vean is tucked away in south Cornwall, in a spot known for its sub-tropical gardens and mild climate making it a great choice for a getaway all year round. 

Golfing holidays in Cornwall at the Budock Vean Hotel are ideal for couples, friends wishing to have a golfing trip away or Society Golf Groups and there are no green fees!

Golf Hotel in Cornwall | Budock Vean
Golfing Holiday Cornwall | Budock Vean Hotel

Hotel with Golf Course

Hotel with Golf Course

Budock Vean is a secluded 65 acre Cornish estate with a spectacular parkland golf course and valley gardens in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the south-facing bank of the Helford River.

Designed by legendary Scottish golfer and 5 times Open winner, James Braid, the golf course is a challenging 9 hole/18 tees and currently has the second longest hole in Cornwall.

Facilities for everyone

Facilities for everyone

If you have a non-golfing partner, our leisure facilities include relaxing treatments in the Natural Health Spa, a 15m indoor pool and beautifully situated out-door hot tub, which looks out over the garden and golf course.

Boat trips and kayaking tours are available from our own private foreshore. We're close to coastal walks, hidden coves, harbour villages and the maritime town of Falmouth is just 6 miles away.  

Hotel with Hot Tub Cornwall | Budock Vean Hotel

Spring Golf Break Prices

Spring Golf Break Prices

Spring  golf breaks from the 17th May
From £114 per person per night B&B

For Society Golf bookings
We can offer a discount for groups of 10 or more.

Dinner Offer
We offer a discounted dinner rate of £29 per person for four courses and coffee if you add this at the time of making your booking

Helford Passage | Cornwall

What's Nearby

What's Nearby

What's the local area like?

We’re situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; step outside the hotel for glorious walks and day trips.  There’s a plethora of National Trust sites; beaches, woodland and properties a short drive away, or venture a little further to discover more about Cornwall’s mining heritage, visit beautiful fishing coves or have a coffee at England’s most southerly spot at The Lizard.    

With so much to see, do and enjoy, you’re going to need a bigger postcard!