MAIDSTONE, ENGLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 05/23/13 -- When golfers check out a course, they examine the fairways, the surrounding terrain and the design. But there's another element of play that golfers, whether they're amateur or professional, appreciate almost as much, and that is the food. All that walking, swinging and fresh air, after all, can work up quite an appetite.
Golfers everywhere, then, should take note of Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, since it was nationally recognized this year for having the "best presented and tastiest food in golf." The award was presented by the 59club, which evaluates service at golf venues throughout the United Kingdom, and whose six agents anonymously visited Tudor Park over the past year.
Located amid a picturesque Kentish landscape, this Maidstone hotel won over 59club judges with its stylishly casual, lounge-like restaurant, Zest Bar. Serving classic and contemporary dishes that feature the best of local and seasonal produce, Zest Bar is the perfect place to enjoy anything from a full lunch to England's favorite pastime: grabbing a post-game pint. Executive Chef Tom Biddle, who oversees all dining offerings at Tudor Park, is the youngest executive chef out of all the Marriott hotels in the UK.
As with its restaurants, the Tudor Park Country Club draws ample inspiration from Maidstone's Kentish countryside where ancient, undulating hills evoke the glory of England's history. The hotel's Donald Steel-designed, 18-hole golf course unfurls within a 200-acre park to offer the best of the game's challenges and pleasures. Related amenities include a driving range and putting green, rentals, lessons and a junior golf program.
With so many features to recommend it, Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club has managed to establish a unique niche within the hospitality community. And whether it's for the tantalizing comfort food or the impeccable greens, visitors are sure to be as impressed by the award-winning property as industry veterans have been.
About Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club
Located within the historic Kentish landscape, Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club easily ranks among the finest hotels in Maidstone, England. The 119 guest rooms include luxury bedding; satellite TV; wireless, high-speed Internet access; tea/coffee-making facilities; and ergonomic workstations. When guests need to unwind, they can enjoy complimentary access to the health club, indoor pool, fitness facility and exercise classes, or opt for a treatment at The Park Health and Beauty Salon. Guests may also partake of a wide range of activities, including fly-fishing, squash, rock climbing, horseback riding and river rafting. The property's location, which is just 30 miles from London, boasts a number of nearby attractions, like Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral and Hop Farm Park. In fact, the abundance of natural beauty inspires some of Tudor Park's most lauded attributes, including its 18-hole PGA Championship golf course, and its fresh, contemporary restaurants that incorporate local, seasonal produce in traditional and modern dishes. It's no wonder, then, that Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club is so attractive for meetings and special events, especially considering the property's 7,309 sq. ft. of meeting space, 12 meeting rooms and ability to accommodate up to 180 banquet guests and 250 meeting delegates. Whether facilitating a business meeting, family holiday or a special event, Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club is certain to enchant its guests.
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Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club
Ashford Road, Bearsted
Maidstone, England ME14 4NQ United Kingdom
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