Golf News has teamed up with the renowned Cary Arms & Spa in Babbacombe and nearby Teignmouth Golf Club, to offer one lucky winner a luxury golf break for two on South Devon’s stunning coast
Owned by Peter and Lana de Savary, the award-winning Cary Arms & Spa combines the personality and values of a traditional English inn and the luxurious style and facilities of a boutique hotel. Couples, families and even dogs can enjoy a relaxed getaway with breath-taking views of Babbacombe Bay and miles of seascape along the Jurassic Coast.
With 10 elegant sea-facing rooms and suites at the inn, four restored fisherman’s cottages, and eight deluxe beach huts & beach suites, the Cary Arms is the perfect place to unwind and relax. Whether you choose a room, a beach hut or the added privacy of a cottage, all are individually designed for great comfort as well as calm.
Straddling the water’s edge, each beach hut boasts a spacious mezzanine bedroom with a porthole window overlooking the water, a sitting room with a stylish modern fireplace, and wall-to-wall glass doors that fold back onto a sunbathing deck.
Other facilities on site include a comfortable lounge, billiard room and a spa, which offers massages, facials, manicures and pedicures. Dinner, which is included in the prize, features a stunning menu featuring fresh local produce, so expect superb Devon beef and line caught seafood, including Brixham hake and chips battered with Otter Ale. In finer weather, guests can dine outdoors in the manicured Garden Terraces or at the Captain’s Table whilst watching life in the bay unfold.
After a relaxing nights’ sleep in your Beach Hut and a hearty breakfast, the winners can take the short drive to Teignmouth Golf Club, where 18 holes await on a course that was designed by the legendary Dr Alister MacKenzie.
Opened in 1924, some nine years before he completed his most famous work at the Augusta National, Teignmouth boasts a 6,082-yard heathland track offers spectacular views of the sea and nearby moors.
MacKenzie’s signature multi-tiered greens are much in evidence on a course that has changed little since it first opened. The yardage may be modest, but par is a lowly 69 from the whites, and with wind almost a constant factor on this exposed layout, birdies are not always easy to come by, especially on the six par-three holes.
TERMS & CONDITIONS Accommodation and tee times are offered subject to availability. No cash alternative is available. Entrants must be 18 and over. The closing date for entries is October 15, 2022, and the prize must be used by July 16, 2023.