The QHotels Group is delivering some much-needed pre-Christmas cheer to golfers after announcing that it is reopening all its golf-resort hotels in line with the government tier restrictions after the latest national lockdown was lifted.

Following the reopening of its golf courses on December 2, the UK’s largest hotel and resort golf operator has revealed that all six of its golf resorts in England will be welcoming overnight guests again.

Acting strictly in line with government rules, all QHotels resorts placed in tier two will be fully open for business including accommodation facilities, providing there is no mixing of households.

Those resorts adhering to tier three restrictions will also be open for essential overnight stays, with golf, spa and leisure amenities all on offer together with breakfast served on a takeaway basis.

And no matter what the tier, golfers will once again be able to enjoy the full array of benefits when visiting any QHotels golf resort, with pay-and-play golf and memberships all available.

Richard Moore, group chief executive of the QHotels Group, said: “The tier system is really tough for the hospitality industry, however, we are determined and ready to do our utmost to get things up and running again at a time when people need it most.”

Two QHotels resorts – Telford Hotel & Golf Resort, in Shropshire, and Dunston Hall, in Norwich – have been initially placed in tier two with four venues – Belton Woods, in Grantham, Lincolnshire; Oulton Hall, Leeds; Slaley Hall, in Hexham, Northumberland; and DoubleTree by Hilton Forest Pines Spa & Golf Resort, in Brigg – in tier three. DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Westerwood Spa & Golf Resort is subject to separate Scottish government regulations and will reopen on December 11.

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