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Abbotsley Golf Hotel & Country Club
Eynesbury Hardwicke
St Neots

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Nestled in 250 acres of idyllic countrside, situated in a favouable location only a few minutes from the A1M, on the outskirts of the small pituresque market town of St. Neots. Within easy access of Stevenage, Huntingdon and Bedford and only 25 minutes from the historic and cosmopolitan City of Cambridge. A perfect retreat for busines guests and tourists alike! Abbotsley is renowned for it's excellent food and superb leisure facilities, which include two stunning 18 hole golf courses. With an excellent reputation for customer service and friendly hospitality, Abbotsley is the ideal venue for a stress free business stopover, a relaxing weekend break or a great golfing holiday.

Golf Club
Two well crafted parkland courses await the golfer in this serene part of Cambridgeshire.
Abbotsley - At 6,311 yards the Abbotsley is a testing parkland layout that winds its way through the idyllic Cambridgeshire countryside. It contains a number of strategically positioned water hazards and features woodland tight to many fairways. It has a reputation for being in great condition and is considered one of the finest courses in the area. 18 holes. Par 72. 6,311 yds. Parkland / Woodland.
Cromwell - The second course at Abbotsley is the 6,087 yard Cromwell. It is certainly a gentler test of golf than the senior course yet no less enjoyable and is maintained to the same high standards. 18 holes. Par 70. 6,087 yds. Parkland.
Abbotsley also has a 21-bay floodlit driving range, a 300 yard, grass practice area, a practice bunker and two putting greens.

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