Accommodation Royal Portrush Golf Club
CT14 0ED, Sandwich, Hay Hill, Ham
Set in beautiful grounds, Blazing Donkey Hotel has countryside views and rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel has free secure parking and is a 20-minute drive from Dover. Samphire at Ham restaurant is featured in... read more
£ 109.65View Rates
CT13 9EF, Sandwich, The Quay
On the quayside, overlooking the river, in the historic port of Sandwich, this recently refurbished traditional hotel offers free Wi-Fi, an impressive restaurant and elegant, modern rooms. Stylish and comfortable, the Bell Hotel now has... read more
£ 56.52View Rates
CT14 0DF, Worth, St Crispin Inn The Street
Set in Worth, less than 2 km from the historic town of Sandwich and its train station, St Crispin Inn features free WiFi access and free private parking. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Each... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
CT13 9BZ, Sandwich, The Fleur De Lis 6-8 Delf Street
Boasting free WiFi, The Fleur De Lis is located in Sandwich. The property features 11 en-suite rooms, a full bar and restaurant service. All rooms are equipped with free toiletries, coffee/tea making facilities, iron and... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
CT13 0EQ, Sandwich, Sandwich Road, Eastry
Bavington Court Glamping is situated in Sandwich. The accommodation is 19 km from Margate, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. For added convenience, the property can provide towels and... read more
£ 120.00View Rates
CT14 0NA, Deal, The Crown Inn The Street, Finglesham
Boasting a restaurant, a bar as well as a garden, The Crown Lodges is set in Deal, within 6 km of Deal Castle and 7 km of Sandown Castle. The bed and breakfast offers a... read more
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British Open Golf – The Open Championship
If you’re travelling to the UK for the British Open Golf Championship, choosing accommodation within easy reach of the venue is essential. The Open is one of the year’s most widely anticipated sporting contests and it’s played at some of the country’s most famous courses. Book cheap offers for accommodation, find your places to stay close to The British Open Golf Championship 2021.
Location : Royal St George’s Golf Club, Kent, England
The inaugural event was hosted by Prestwick Golf Club in Scotland back in October 1860 and just eight golfers took up the challenge. Today, it’s one of the biggest and most important golf events in the world. The oldest of the four major professional tournaments, the British Open Golf Championship attracts the world’s top ranking professionals.
Of course, the Open also attracts thousands of avid fans who come to see their heroes in action, so it’s worth booking your hotels or b&b accommodation well in advance.
The British Open might be played on one of a number of links courses in Scotland, in the north-west and south-east of England, or in Northern Ireland. Each is close to a wide range of hotels so you’ll have no trouble finding accommodation that fits your budget.
Choose a friendly b&b near the course and local attractions or pick hotels in adjacent cities to take advantage of local shopping and entertainment during your trip to the British Open Championship.
In 2021 The British Open Golf Championship is being held from July 11th to July 18th, and is held at the historic championship golf course, Royal St. George’s Golf Club in Sandwich CT13 9QB, UK.
Recent winner of the 2019 tournament was Shane Lowry from Ireland. Tommy Fleetwood from England was in second place. Book the cheapest deals (also last minute offers) for hotels, b&b’s or guest houses and apartments near to the The Open Championship, British Open Golf tournament 2021, men’s major golf championships.
2021 — Address
Clubhouse, Kent, Sandwich CT13 9QB, UK
Future Golf Venues for The Open Championship Golf
2022 – The Old Course at St. Andrews
2023 – St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
Cheap Places to Stay – Apartment, hotel and b&b rooms!
If you’re a golf enthusiast hoping to book hotels for a break during the British Open, you should note that late July is the height of the UK tourist season. Demand for accommodation is very high, partly due to the location of venues.
However, since the British Open Championship is played in some of the most scenic parts of the country, you can count on finding excellent hotels and b&b accommodation offering a range of services. Some hotels will book transport for you, or you can select accommodation near bus routes or stations to ensure that you save time, money and effort and spend less time trying to get to and from the course.
In Scotland, Carnoustie, Turnberry, Muirfield, Royal Troon and St. Andrews all host the Championship regularly. Each of the courses is in a particularly popular area that you’ll enjoy exploring from your b&b base.
For example, Muirfield is home to the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers and the course in Gullane overlooks the magnificent Firth of Forth just 20 miles from the Scottish capital and its famous sights and attractions.
Royal St. George’s Golf Club was chosen for the 2020 British Open and golf enthusiasts will find a friendly welcome in local hotels. Located on the Kent coast, the historic and picturesque town of Sandwich is in the heart of ‘the garden of England’. Golf fans will love one of the finest regions in the country while they take a break from the experience and excitement of golf’s premier championship. There’s so much to see and do in the region that the real challenge will be deciding what has to be kept back for their return visit.
Fortunately, the town and surrounding area are blessed with many cheap, but pleasant and comfortable hotels and B&Bs. In keeping with the historic town they serve, they’re often beautiful, always welcoming, and never dull. They’re also conveniently close to the Royal St. George’s Golf Club where the British Open Championship is being held. That’s one of the joys of Sandwich – everything is within easy reach and often no more than a comfortable and picturesque walk away.
Sandwich is one of England’s oldest towns. It can trace its history back to Roman times. In nearby Richborough Castle lie the ruins of a Roman fort, named Rutupiae by the invaders. In fact, it’s believed that the site of Rome’s second invasion in 55 CE was along that same stretch of coastline.
The people of Sandwich are rightly proud of their town and keen to show it to visitors. The impressive museum in the Guildhall was once an ancient courtroom and is well worth visiting. A must-see is the White Mill Rural Heritage Centre, a beautifully restored 18th-century Miller’s cottage and windmill that is now home to some impressive displays of Victorian life and crafts. The Sandwich Local History Society organises tours of the town which are surprisingly cheap considering their quality and the extensive knowledge of the tour guides. That’s Sandwich, a small town where everyone is welcome and quality is never sacrificed.
Fans of the British Open Championship will receive a warm welcome and have a wonderful stay in the town’s gorgeous hotels and B&Bs. They’ll go home with much more than the recollection of a wonderful tournament and beautiful town. They’ll take away memories of one of the finest areas in England, a region steeped in history and blessed with beauty. Some fans might not see their favourite golfer lift the Claret Jug, but they’re sure to leave with great memories that will last forever.
Royal St. George’s Golf Club in Kent
Name : 2021 British The Open Championship
Location : Royal St George’s Golf Club
When : 11th – 18th July 2021
Postcode : CT13 9QB
Website : https://www.royalstgeorges.com/
Nearest International Airports ?
Sandwich in Kent closest large international airport is London Gatwick. An option is to hire a car on arrival, then take the M25 and M20 or M2. Heathrow and Stansted also offer easy access to Kent via the M25 and M11 motorways. Alternatively, you can catch the frequent Gatwick Express train direct to London’s Victoria Station (30 minutes).