Top Dartmouth golf venue joins Best Western

One of the south-west’s leading golf resorts has joined the world’s largest group of independently owned hotels to become ‘Best Western The Dartmouth Hotel, Golf and Spa’.

The 35-bedroom hotel, which also boasts seven self-catering four-star, gold award lodges, will continue to remain independently owned but is now part of the Best Western family – one of the world’s best-known brands with in excess of 4,000 independently owned and operated hotels located in more than 100 countries and territories.

Best Western The Dartmouth Hotel, Golf and Spa nestles between two excellent and renowned golf courses – the 18-hole Championship Course and nine-hole Dartmouth Course – in 225 acres of an area of outstanding natural beauty, just outside the beautiful town of Dartmouth.

It is a quiet, tranquil and idyllic setting for any spa, leisure or golfing getaway and the perfect base from which to explore the region’s picturesque towns and sandy beaches.

And the recently opened Dartmouth Spa, the jewel in the crown of the relaxation-focused resort, includes an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and fully equipped gym, and one of the few Rasul mud experiences in the south-west.

Jamie Waugh, managing director of Best Western The Dartmouth Hotel, Golf and Spa, added: “For guests, the biggest change they will notice is simply the name and some branding around the resort.

“Guests can still expect the same high standards as they have already experienced but now with the added reassurance of one of the world’s biggest hotel brand names attached.”

Best Western CEO Richard Lewis said: “The Best Western Dartmouth Hotel, Golf and Spa has always been an outstanding destination – one of the very best in the south-west of England – and it gives us great pleasure to welcome it to the Best Western family.”

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