Nestled in the heart of the undulating Cheshire countryside, yet only minutes from the M56 and M6 motorways, The Mere Golf Resort and Spa offers a tranquil setting for a leisure break, day spa, round of golf or corporate event or family celebration. The philosophy is centred on delivering customer excellence, offering an exclusive option for discerning visitors looking for a memorable stay.
The 81 room Hotel is intimate enough to offer exceptional service and anticipate every guests' need. Built in 2012 the plush rooms and suites are spacious and furnished in a contemporary style with most benefiting from the breath-taking views over the lake. The 18 hole championship Golf Course attracts international golfers with the final tee lakeside being the favourite hole of many who play here. The award-winning Health Club and Spa features an outdoor garden studio, luxury thermal zone, vitality pool with swan jets and a 20 metre swimming pool.
A popular choice for weddings, family celebrations and special events, The Mere offers a choice of luxury suites catering from intimate receptions for a few people to lavish banquets for 550.
What style is the course at The Mere Resort & Spa?
James Braid designed the challenging 18 hole golf course, with mature trees and extensive vegetation lining the fairways. It was created in 1914 from 150 acres of beautiful Cheshire parkland, and is a 6882 yard, par 71 course. The lakeside position and flowering banks provide a beautiful setting, although there are water features and ravines alongside the thick vegetation incorporated into the landscape which means care and accuracy is required while navigating round the course. However, what makes The Mere special is the practice facilities which comprise a floating golf ball driving range, two-tier pitching greenm putting green and bunker practice area where players can warm up before a round.
What is the feature hole?
The 18th hole is situated alongside the beautiful lake and the final green is a short stroll for the players into the Club Lounge
What sort of course features can the player expect?
There are multiple bunkers, as one would expect from a James Braid designed course. The golf team can arrange competitions for guests as well as arranging post-play barbeques, dinners or special functions.