'Hallmark Hotel The Welcombe' offers exclusive football training ground

'Hallmark Hotel The Welcombe' in Stratford-upon-Avon is now delighted to provide an exclusive football training ground. The brand new full sized football pitch complements the unrivalled leisure facilities and enhances the resort facilities. Located at the front of the hotel at the Golf Club entrance, the professional pitch has dugouts and flexible training facilities.

The Welcombe Hotel hopes to attract visiting teams and referee coaching/training from the Football Association and Premiership as well as for sporting agent events, tournaments, team building and residential use. The pitch, which can be used for both football and rugby, costs from £150 a day to hire. The hotel is also keen to work with local clubs and schools to enable them to use the facility.

Daniel Graham, General Manager at The Welcombe Hotel said "Opening our new football training ground has been a significant investment but enables us to enhance our status within the UK Resort community making The Welcombe an all service viable option. Adding this facility has definitely put The Welcombe Hotel on a level playing field. Not many country house hotels can offer the first class facilities that we do as well as a brand new exclusive football training ground".

The facilities at The Welcombe Hotel consist of 78 bedrooms, 7 apartments, a PGA 18 hole championship golf course & clubhouse, conference and banqueting facilities for up to 200 people, 11 event spaces, a luxury health club and spa with fully-equipped gym, exercise studio, 15 metre swimming pool, outside vitality pool, treatment rooms and tennis courts plus a Rosette awarded restaurant, 4 bars and a luxurious lounge.

Located on the outskirts of Stratford-upon-Avon, the luxury country house hotel is situated just 5 minutes from junction 15 of the M40, 27 miles from Birmingham Airport and only 100 miles from London. For information about the Welcombe Hotel please visit http://www.hallmarkhotels.co.uk/hotels/welcombe.

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