GOLF AND RHONE’S GASTRONOMY

7 DAYS / 6 NIGHTS
3,990.00

Golf around the gastronomy capital of France

Capital of French gastronomy, the Rhône is also a place of history and traditions. Lyon and its wonderful architectural heritage, Saint-Romain-en-Gal and its Gallo-Roman remains, the Pays Beaujolais region and its charming gold-coloured villages, unspoiled nature of the Lyonnais mounts, as well as renowned vineyards make the Rhône a great destination.

An immersion into French cuisine with a mix of culture, lifestyle and history plus excellent courses to play.

SKU: Rhône Gastronomy Category:

Description

Golf and Rhone’s Gastronomy

The best golf courses to be found in the Lyon area

Close encounters with French culture and the ‘art of living’

Gourmet experiences at some of the top ‘starred’ restaurants

Arrival airport: LYON, GENEVE

Arrival station: LYON

Day 1 – Hôtel Georges Blanc ***** GOLF SERVICES
Arrival and check-in to your room. Relax in the convivial environment of this riverside inn, built in 1872. A chance to review your itinerary and then dinner (depending upon your arrival time). Accompanied play and transportation services. All transportation to and from the hotel.  Green fees and golf carts. Tee-off times are booked by us. Plus, you can be accompanied on the course, if you wish! Playing golf could not be simpler or more relaxing!
Day 2 – Hôtel Georges Blanc ***** Golf de la Commanderie
The course of Golf de la Commanderie is centennial and exquisitely varied treelines in the middle of the Parc de l’Aumusse. Lunch is at the golf course. Then it is back to your hotel for some relaxation in the spa, a walk in the park, or if you fancy it, a cooking lesson (extra charge)! Dinner will be at the hotel’s famous restaurant L’Ancienne Auberge. Golf de la Commanderie course of 18 trous holes, created by Jeremy Fenn in 1964
par 70  5600 m and transformed in 2009 for par 72
Day 3 – Hôtel Georges Blanc ***** Golf Club de Lyon
Built in a nature reserve, le Golf Club de Lyon has two quite distinctive courses, offering two different golfing experiences. You will spend most of the day here and lunch will be at the course. The evening is something special: a gourmet dinner at L’Auberge du Pont Collonges Paul Bocuse in Collonges. Chef Paul is the master of French gastronomy, awarded 3 Michelin stars. He was named ‘chef of the century’ in 1989 and then again in 2011. Golf Club de Lyon course of 36 holes, created by Fred Hawtree (Les Brocards) and Hugues Lambert (Les Sangliers ) in 1991.
Les Brocards course par 72  6229 m
Les Sangliers course par 72  6727m
Day 4 – Hôtel Georges Blanc ***** Golf du Gouverneur
Les Dombes are a unique and unspoiled landscape of silt and gravel deposited by the great rivers of the region.  Today’s game is at le Golf du Gouverneur, built on this naturally undulating land with its natural water hazards. Lunch is at the course. For dinner, you will be travelling into Lyon, to visit the Michelin star restaurant ‘Pierre Orsi’. On the plate will be a fusion of fine food mixed with locally grown produce. Golf du Gouverneur course of 36 holes, created by Didier Fruchet, George Will and Jeremy Pern in 1992
par 71  6152 m
Day 5 – Hôtel Georges Blanc ***** Golf du Beaujolais
A round of golf and lunch at Le Golf de Beaujolais. Now with a hint of taste buds truly tantalized, we make a visit to the prestigious Beaujolais wine cellars. Lunch is at the golf course. Dinner will be at your hotel’s 3 Michelin stars restaurant George Blanc and promises to be a real gourmet experience! Golf du Beaujolais course of 18 holes, created by Green Concept in 1992
par 72  6137m
Day 6 – Cour des Loges *****
Arrival at the hotel, a wealth of history and the charm of surprisingly modern stonework. Your last morning day is devoted to discovery in and around the historic city of Lyon. Lunch will be at ‘Café-Épicerie’ in the old part of the city. We will take some time-out to stop at La Maison Guigal, and experience some of the great AOC wines from the region – the Condrieu et Côte Rôtie. Dinner is at ‘Pic’ (Michelin 3 stars) in Valence, where Anne-Sophie Pic continues the family tradition established by celebrated French cuisiniers André and Jacques Pic … it promises to be another gastronomic delight!
Day 7
Free time (depending on your departure time). Baggage arrangements and transfer to airport or rail station.
You'll like
  • Unforgettable golfing experiences in this unique part of France
  • Celebrated restaurants featuring top chefs like Paul Bocuse, George Blanc, Pierre Orsi and Anne-Sophie Pic
  • Total immersion in the history of the making the wines of the Rhône

Contact our local advisor

Infos and reservations

+33 (0)7 82 01 04 26

Services & Accommodations
Your guide will meet you upon your arrival and will facilitate your visit including advising on the local golf courses. An expert on the region, your guide will introduce you to exceptional locations and share with you some unforgettable moments during your stay.
Includes
  • Accompanied transfers and travel in air-conditioned vehicles
  • Concierge service
  • An English-speaking tour guide with knowledge of the region
  • Accommodation in double rooms in hotels listed or similar
  • Luggage handling at hotels and golf courses
  • Classic French dining and Gourmet meals
  • Green fees and other golf services
  • Tours and activities mentioned
  • Gourmet meals (reservations must be made 4 months in advance)
  • Size of your group: 2-8 people or customized individual stays
Not included
  • Fine wines (including Grand Crus) and Spirits
  • Flights
  • Cancellation insurance
  • Repatriation assistance