Set in the heart of North Cornwall in 230 acres of rolling hills and woodland, designated an area of Special Landscape Value, the Bowood Park Hotel & Golf Club in Cornwall once formed part of a 13th century deer park owned by the Black Prince. 

Winner of Golf Monthly Magazines Gold Course Award for the western region and recognized by former PGA and European tour player and Sky Sports Commentator, ‘John E Morgan’ as a “Must visit Cornish Cracker”.

Formed in 1992 Bowood Park is now home to a comfortable 31 room three star hotel with restaurant and is one of the most outstanding of all Cornish golf courses, making it one of the best destinations for golf breaks in the South West. ‘The Bowood Restaurant’ serves a wide range of international cuisine which is made to order and the lounge bar, with its extensive stock of wines and malt whiskeys and late-night opening, is spacious and comfortably furnished with ample chairs and sofas. 

The surrounding area abounds in attractions, both natural and man-made. You can visit National Trust coastline and gardens, browse through characterful fishing villages such as Padstow or Port Isaac where Doc Martin is filmed, sample watersports at Rock, cycle the Camel Trail or explore King Arthur’s Castle at Tintagel and the Eden Project at St Austell, all within easy reach.  Brian Huggett and Bob Sandow were taken on board to design the beautiful USGA specified Par 72 Parkland golf course as we know today. Ross Cobbledick and family still own the business to date. Nigel, the son of Ross, acts as ‘Managing Director’ and will cater for every need and requirement where possible for your visit. The place oozes with character from the moment you arrive to the time you depart with memories to experience again for when you next come to visit.