Exclusive Use of Inglewood Manor for The Open Golf Championship 2014
The perfect size to host an exclusive-use hospitality package at The Open Golf Championship 2014, Inglewood Manor Hotel is one of the few venues that can afford the utmost privacy whilst offering your guests 29 luxuriously refurbished bedrooms, exquisite dining and 38 acres of glorious grounds to enjoy. A 30 minute drive (or very short helicopter ride) will take you to the entrance to Royal Liverpool Golf Club, and on your party’s return we can offer gala dinners, champagne on our gorgeous sunlit terraces, or a relaxed barbeque in the gardens.
For further details contact the General Manager on 0151 339 5105.
The Open Golf Championship 2014
Between the 17th - 20th July 2014 the biggest show in golf will come to the Royal Liverpool Golf Club at Hoylake, on the beautiful Wirral Peninsula.
The tournament, golf's oldest Major is being staged at the prestigious Club for the 12th time in it’s illustrious history.
The venue has witnessed a string of unique Open Champions: in 1907, Arnaud Massy became the only Frenchman to have won the title; Fred Daly became the first Irishman to do so, in 1947; and Argentine golfer Roberto De Vicenzo became the first South American to win a Major when he lifted the Claret Jug in 1967.
The Open returned to Hoylake in a blaze of sunshine in 2006 after a 39-year absence, when Tiger Woods became the first back-to-back Open Champion since Tom Watson in 1983 in front of 230,000 people, a record attendance for the Championship in England.
Wirral is home to some of the most amazing and challenging courses in the country including, of course, Royal Liverpool Golf Club, home of the British Open Championship in 2006. Wirral forms part of the English Golf Coast, with striking countryside and easy access to many exceptional golf courses which suit all different levels of skill and ability.
For information regarding other local attractions and transport links, please see below.
Inglewood Manor is conveniently located just 15 minutes from Chester and is the ideal base to explore historic Chester, the glorious coastline of North Wales, and the vibrant cities of Liverpool and Manchester.
The Wirral is very near to the Liverpool City Region and Chester and Cheshire, each packed with well-known local attractions including: Ness Botanical Gardens, Chester Zoo, Cheshire Oaks and Liverpool ONE shopping centre to name but a few.
Chester – is best known as an ancient city with impressive Roman walls bordering the city centre, not only steeped in history, Chester has plenty of boutique shops and quaint cafes and bars. Chester sees plenty of tourists each year not only to enjoy Chester town centre but also for Chester Races. A five minute walk from the city centre you’ll find Chester Race Course, a fantastic day out and can be enjoyed by all the family.
Wirral -The Wirral Peninsular is located between the Rivers Dee and The Mersey, and has a vast array of visitor attractions including Port Sunlight, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet Village, Blue Planet Aquarium with many coastal walks and beach to enjoy.
Liverpool - If you enjoy shopping, Liverpool is a great place to visit. Home to Liverpool One the famous shopping district showcases many big name stores, bars and restaurants. Liverpool is also famous for the Albert Docks which features; Tate Liverpool art gallery and plenty of fantastic restaurants to and one off boutique gift shops and cafes. Liverpool is also the birthplace of the Beatles, if you’re a fan you can visit The Beatles story Museum at the Albert Dock.
Chester train station is situated a 20 minute car journey from Inglewood Manor.
Head towards the A56 – At Hoole roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A5268. At Fountains roundabout take the 3rd exit onto A5116 signposted Ellesmere Post/ Hoylake. Continue forward on the A540 Hoylake and continue until you see the sign post for Inglewood Manor - just ahead of the BMW Mini garage - turn right and look out for Badgerstrake Lane.
Lime Street station is situated a 25 minute car journey from Inglewood Manor.
Head towards A5038 – Keep right, at the traffic signals continue forward onto Copperas Hill B5173. Continue forward onto the A5047 sign posted Widnes/Birkenhead/ Wallasey. Head towards the Birkenhead tunnel (Toll Fee) keep left when exiting the tunnel head towards the A41 Bebbington. B5136 Keep heading towards the North Wales/ Chester signposts. A550 branch right for Queensferry and follow sign for Burton – turn right – arrive at Badgerstrake Lane.
John Lennon International Airport is situated a 35 minute car journey from Inglewood Manor with many direct flights – please see their website here to check availability and more information.
At the roundabout take the 3rd exit signposted for Liverpool/All Other Route. Head towards Speke Hall Avenue and join the A561 signposted Manchester/ Bootle/Widnes. Continue forward onto the A562, follow signposts to Runcorn and keep in the right hand lane when going over the Runcorn Bridge. A557 keep right for Chester/ Manchester M56. At roundabout take 2nd exit signposted Frodsham A56. Join M56 signposted North Wales/ Chester continue forward. At Junction 15 keep right signposted North Wales/ Queensferry, continue forward and bear left onto the A494. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A540 Hoylake continue until you reach signposts for Inglewood Manor.