Bruges is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and perfect for a golf break or golf weekend. At under 90 minutes’ drive from Calais, the “Venice of the North” offers countless bars and restaurants, great shopping and convenient access to a fine mix of golf courses.

We have a dozen hotels and no less than 8 beautiful courses for you to choose from. From budget bases to five-star luxury, from low-cost holiday golf to some of the finest golf courses in Europe. It’s an easy-to-get-to golfing destination for serious golf enthusiasts – you want everything without having to spend too much!

Bruges Golf Holidays

Bruges is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and perfect for a golf break or golf weekend. At under 90 minutes’ drive from Calais, the “Venice of the North” offers countless bars and restaurants, great shopping and convenient access to a fine mix of golf courses…We can even arrange for you to play in France, Belgium and Holland on the same trip!


Golf Accommodation and Hotels

  • Albert II, Bruges2 star 

    Albert II, Bruges

    If you are looking for a stylish 2 star hotel consider the Hotel Albert 2 Ostend. It is located in a historic building, within walking distance to the beach, where you can enjoy the sunshine and the refreshing water. The area is well-known for its promenade, which features many shops, restaurants, …

  • Anselmus3 star 


    Anselmus Hotel is a delightful family-run hotel boasting a 17th-Century building and a prime location for the historic city centre. The attractive rooms (from single to quadruple) offer all the comforts a golfer needs and the decent breakfast sets you up nicely for the morning round. There is a …

  • Best Western Residence Cour St Georges, Ghent3 star 

    Best Western Residence Cour St Georges, Ghent

    Traditional 3-star hotel located in the very heart of Ghent, opposite the Town Hall and the famous St. Jorishof. Guests will appreciate the courteous multilingual staff, a daily complimentary full breakfast buffet, as well as a location second-to-none.Rooms are small but are reported to be clean …

  • De Tuilerieen, Bruges4 star 

    De Tuilerieen, Bruges

    This is a traditional, superior 4-star hotel located in the very heart of Brugge, next to the city’s most beautiful canal "Den Dijver". The authentic character of this 15th century noble residence is strenghtened by its marvellous interior, excellent facilities, and its elegant and cosy guestrooms. …

  • Hotel De Orangerie, Bruges4 star 

    Hotel De Orangerie, Bruges

    This is a traditional, superior 4-star hotel located in the very heart of Brugge, next to the city’s most beautiful canal "Den Dijver". The hotel is tastefully decorated from top to bottom, with engravings and old paintings, reproductions of tapestries, silk-lined curtains and more… Timeless …

  • Hotel Jacobs, Bruges3 star 

    Hotel Jacobs, Bruges

    This 3-star hotel offers comfort and convenience right in the heart of one of Europe’s most arresting cities. Located near the canals in the historic centre of Brugge, the hotel is within walking distance of attractions that include the medieval Church of Our Lady, home to Michelangelo’s ‘Madonna …

  • Ibis Brugge Centrum3 star 

    Ibis Brugge Centrum

    The ibis Brugge Centrum hotel is located in an ancient medieval building in the centre of Bruges, a few minutes from the railway station. Close to the hotel, you can visit the Belfry Tower, the Church of Our Lady and the Lake of Love Minnewater. As well as the 128 rooms available for booking, it …

  • Kempinski Duke's Palace, Bruges5 star 

    Kempinski Duke's Palace, Bruges

    Modern, luxurious 5-star hotel located in the heart of Brugge, steps from the bustling Grote Markt and its famous Belfry Tower with the rest of the city's attractions not much further away. This hotel provides lavish and spacious guestrooms with all the excellent services and amenities expected of …

  • Martin's Brugge3 star 

    Martin's Brugge

    A very good value hotel just off the beautiful square with private parking available for guests. The 150 cosy rooms are nicely decorated, combining refinement and modernity - including flat screen TVs. Due to the abundance of fantastic restaurants on its doorstep, the hotel does not have its own …

  • Martin's Relais Oud Huis Amsterdam, Bruges4 star 

    Martin's Relais Oud Huis Amsterdam, Bruges

    In the heart of this picturesque city, this historic waterside hotel is created from five 17th century houses. The 44 elegant rooms are all tastefully decorated mixing contemporary style and antique furniture and the bathrooms have all been recently refurbished. Hot breakfast is provided in the …

  • Rosenburg4 star 


    With large and modern rooms, many with a great view of the Coupure Canal or the rose garden, Rosenburg is a “tick the boxes” four star with a location close enough to the action for but far enough away to have some quiet time when you want it. The bar overlooks the canal and yacht club and the …

  • The Pand, Bruges4 star 

    The Pand, Bruges

    The Pand Hotel – A Small Luxury Hotel is a 4-star superior property offering charming accommodation, stylish interiors and excellent hospitality and an ideal location in Brugge city centre. Hotel highlights include an elegant library, a relaxing bar, an inner courtyard garden and a sauna.Charming …

  • Thermae Palace, Bruges4 star 

    Thermae Palace, Bruges

    The Thermae Palace is a 4 star property with a rich history and scenically located on the Belgian coast.There is a fitness centre and sauna onsite.Standard rooms (with land view) are fully equipped; there is a separate toilet and bathrooms feature both bath and shower. Amenities include free Wi-Fi …

  • Hotel Aragon, Bruges4 star 

    Hotel Aragon, Bruges

    Hotel Aragon is the hotel in the centre of Bruges. For a romantic weekend in picturesque Bruges it is the perfect base to discover Bruges! Our multilingual staff will make your weekend in Bruges an unforgettable experience. Hotel Aragon is barely 200 metres from the ‘Grote Markt’ large Market …


Golf Courses

  • Palingbeek golf course


    A good holiday course that is ideal en-route to your Belgian destination or on the way home. The water on the course really only comes into play on the 18th where long hitters may be tempted to go straight for the green while the mortals among us will play the dog-leg as we should and then face a …

  • Oudenaarde golf course


    Situated in the beautiful Flemish countryside, crossed by the river 'Schelde', the Oudenaarde Golf & Country Club provides you with three loops of nine: the Abdij, the Anker and the Burcht. Surrounded by ancient trees, the course presents a gentle test and afterwards you can relax in the club- …

  • Royal Latem golf course

    Royal Latem

    Short but very, very sweet Royal Latem is among Europe’s finest and helps makes golf around Bruges an exceptionally strong proposition.  The Royal Latem Golf Club (founded in 1909) is an exclusive club that welcomes our clients.   The 18 holes are situated in a parkland surrounded …

  • Bruges Special - 3 Day Royal Golf Tour golf course

    Bruges Special - 3 Day Royal Golf Tour

    We’ve picked the three toughest golf courses in the region to ensure you find the worthy champion during your golf holiday tour.  Whether it’s links, parkland or target (or preferably all three), this is our “tried and trusted” easy-to-book package.  We’ll …

  • Bruges 4 Day Special- Creme de la Creme Package golf course

    Bruges 4 Day Special- Creme de la Creme Package

    If you’re after the most exclusive and prestigious courses in the region, choose our Crème de la Crème choice. Sometimes difficult, sometimes just very pretty, you can ensure you and your golfing partners are playing the “tick list” courses in this easy-to-book …

  • Bruges 3 Day Special - Budget Package golf course

    Bruges 3 Day Special - Budget Package

    If you want the maximum amount of golf holes for your money, choose our Budget Golf Tour.  We’ve chosen four courses for their value-for-money and proximity to your golf resort.  We’ll book the tee-times and order-of-play to suit your holiday itinerary.  So all you have …

  • Bruges 4 Day Special - Budget Package golf course

    Bruges 4 Day Special  - Budget Package

    If you want the maximum amount of golf holes for your money, choose our Budget Golf Tour.  We’ve chosen four courses for their value-for-money and proximity to your golf resort.  We’ll book the tee-times and order-of-play to suit your holiday itinerary.  So all you have …

  • Damme golf course


    Just 15 minutes from Bruges, this is more than good holiday golf. The parkland course is dotted with ponds and cuts through the local forest. The greens are well-maintained and you are assured of a warm welcome and good food back in the clubhouse. Free practice balls, soup and a sandwich in low …

  • Royal Ostend golf course

    Royal Ostend

    The club was founded in 1903 and stretches out in the dunes in the middle of the Belgian coastline. A true links, it provides a challenging and technical test, as well as outstanding views over the sea and the dunes. When the wind is blowing across the narrow fairways your woods should stay in the …

  • Oostburg golf course


    Technically we’re cheating here as Oostburg is just over the border into the Netherlands, but the 30-minute drive is certainly worth it! A relatively new course that has matured nicely and boasts a stunning clubhouse (with snooker room) lived in by the owners. There are some great holes but …

  • Royal Zoute golf course

    Royal Zoute

    Royal Zoute Golf Royal Zoute Golf is undoubtedly one of the best links courses in Europe, and was designed by the great Harry Colt. Built over a hundred years ago, the course at first does not look too tough but, when the wind picks up, hitting the fairways is paramount and negotiating the fast …

  • Dunkerque golf course


    With 27 holes, this unique design will delight and surprise. The course is kept in superb condition with lightning-quick greens and the layout will test the very best. Dunkirk is three miles from the Channel coast and framed between water and farmland, so there’s plenty of woodland, water and …

Brussels Chocolate Walking Tour and Workshop

This is a four-hour guided walking tour with a twist.  You follow the trail of Brussels’ top chocolate shops so it’s a chocoholics dream! Your knowledgeable local guide will point out the major sights and explain the history of Brussels and why it’s famous for mouth watering chocolate.
You will enjoy free samples and tastings of delectable Belgian chocolates and learn to make sweet Belgian treats in a workshop with a "Master Chocolatier".

You will love this original and extremely delicious walking tour that looks at the authentic Brussels like no other does. You will also walk through the historic old town to Grand Place, the former market square. A short stroll away stands Manneken Pis, the iconic Brussel's statue sculpted by Jerome Duquesnoy in 1619. You'll also see Jeanneken Pis, the square of the Sablon filled with antique shops, the Royal Galleries - seat for the oldest chocolate shop Neuhaus and many more highlights.


Brussels Beer Tasting Tour

Take this Brussels beer-tasting tour to discover why Belgium is so famous for its mouth-watering beers! No country in the world boasts a brewing tradition as rich and diverse as Belgium’s, and this tour is the perfect way to visit some of the finest breweries, learn about the country's beer heritage and taste great beers. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 20 people, ensuring you'll receive personalised attention from your knowledgeable guide.

This beer tasting experience visits some of Brussels’ oldest and most popular cafes where you can taste a selection of 8 beers. Sample favorites like Lambic, Chimay Triple, Faro, Orval, Adelardus Brune, Malheur Blonde, Bourgogne de Flanders, IV Seasons and the delicious Trappist beers that come with a creamy white head and go down particularly well on hot summer days.

Your knowledgeable guide will help you unravel some of Belgium's beer mysteries. They will explain the different varieties of beer, their tastes and unique attributes, and you will also learn the do's and don'ts of Belgian beers.

Brussels Night Walking Tour: Gourmet Belgian Food

Discover Brussels, the gourmet city, by night on this fantastic three hour, small-group, foodie walking tour! Visit Brussels’ tastiest restaurants, meet well-known chefs, taste Belgian specialties and learn about the city’s history and culinary traditions..  A great trip for food and history lovers!

Belgians love their food, and the country's cuisine is highly regarded throughout Europe. Belgians are reputed to dine out more than any other people in the world, and on this guided gastronomic tour, you’ll find out why.

Your tour package includes tastings of all Brussels' specialty gourmet dishes: North Sea shrimp, boudin sausage, artisan ham,  Roquefort cheese, Belgian endive, mussels, beef stew, authentic frites, Flemish waterzooi, potato stoemp, grain mustard, original Brussels waffles, speculoos, local wines, geneva gin and much more… Including the most polarising vegetable of all, Brussels sprouts!

Palace of Justice (Palais de Justice)

The Palace of Justice is believed to be the largest building constructed in the 19th-Century. It covers 260,000 square feet (24,000 square meters) and dominates the Sablon area. 

It was built on an area known as Gallows Hill overlooking the working-class parts of the city. Around 3,000 houses were demolished to make way for the building that is larger than St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. This angered locals and the word "architect" became a derogatory term.

The style of the imposing grey building is described as Assyro-Babylonian. It’s dominated by columns and a large glittering golden dome. The courts were commissioned by Leopold II and designed by Joseph Poelaert, and ended up costing 45 million Belgian francs to build.

St Michael and St Gudula Cathedral

It took 300 years to complete the St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral and its architecture spans styles from Romanesque to Gothic to Renaissance. The Renaissance stained-glass windows are amazing and fill the cathedral with light. Inside, the chapel is not overly adorned after plundering by various invading armies.

The cathedral sits atop the ruins of an 11th-Century Romanesque chapel the remains of which can be viewed in the crypt. Saints Michael and Gudule are the male and female patron saints of Brussels. All Royal weddings take place here and many concerts are held throughout the year. On Sundays a concert is played on the carillon of 49 bells.

There is also a family of Peregrine Falcons who live in the northern tower of the cathedral. In front of the St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral is a viewing spot and on Sunday afternoons local bird experts are on hand to answer any questions.


Europe’s most picturesque square, Grand-Place is surrounded by baroque and gothic guildhalls and the stunning 315 foot (96 meter) Brussels Town Hall. The stunning buildings in this UNESCO World Heritage site date mainly from the late 17th-Century. Grand Place is also known in Dutch as Grote Markt as it was the large central market in Brussels. The surrounding streets still bear the names of the stalls that lined the street: Rue des Bouchers (butchers) and Peperstraat (pepper merchants).  Every second year, in August, the square is filled with an enormous flower carpet. A million begonias are used to create a stunning pattern. Concerts and music recitals are held here throughout the year.

The size and beauty of the square amazes everyone when they first turn a corner to find it unexpectedly in front of them. After the initial shock sit down at a table outside one of the many cafés or chocolatiers and find out why Belgium is justly famous for its beer and chocolate.

Magritte Museum (Musée Magritte)

Belgium’s most loved surrealist, René Magritte, now has the 26,000 square foot (2,400 square meter) Musée Magritte dedicated to his works. In 1926 Magritte was a founding member of the Belgian Surrealists group. His works play with contrasts intended to shake the intellect.

The museum opened in 2009 and houses over 250 artworks and archival pieces. His trademark motifs of bowler hats, birds and the female torso appear in many favorite works including Sky Bird and Empire of Light.

An afternoon at the museum gives an interesting insight into Brussels from the 1920s to the 1960s and the cultural movements that shaped the city.

Magritte's paintings are said to have influenced the ‘pop’ artists including Andy Warhol and later Jasper Johns.

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