Today your golf tour begins, by boarding your international outbound flight to Amsterdam. Meet & greet at the airport, before your transfer to Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin, and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.
This evening enjoy a welcome dinner at the Breakers Beach House restaurant. the hip brasserie ambiance inside, beneath the decorative propeller-shaped fans.
The food here is fresh and modern, with a great selection of delicacies from the sea.
Noordwijk is located in the heart of the famous Bollenstreek, the flower bulb cultivation region, and is therefore also known as Europe’s floral seaside resort.
✅ Flight ✅ Welcome Dinner ✅ Transfers
This morning enjoy a round at The Noordwijkse Golfclub is one of the best courses in the Netherlands and Europe.
The combination of its layout near the North Sea shore, the remarkable views and architecture make this course very challenging.
The Dutch Open has been held here nine times and winners include Seve Ballesteros (1986), Bernhard Langer (1992 and 2001), and Colin Montgomerie (1993).
Noordwijk is a tough pure links test, which stretches to 6,317 metres from the back tees.
In the afternoon visit Keukenhof Gardens. Nowhere else in the world are the flowers and colors as glorious as at the Keukenhof. Here you can find endless inspiration while you relax in the beautiful surroundings of the park, transfer back to the hotel and enjoy an evening at your leisure.
✅ Breakfast ✅ Golf ✅ Tour ✅ Transfers
This morning enjoy a tour of the Kinderdijk windmills. You won’t find a windmill complex like Kinderdijk anywhere else in the world.
The ingenious system of windmills and pumping stations have been keeping the soil dry here for centuries now, in a constant struggle between human brains and the power of the water. In the afternoon, enjoy dinner on Dyos.
Without a doubt, The Dyos is one of the most unique saloon boats in Amsterdam. The exterior of this tugboat may not immediately suggest it, but due to the design of the boat, this saloon boat can rightly be labeled as a high-end design ship.
The ship was designed by top designer Osiris Hertman, who is known for his use of special shapes and natural materials. During the restoration of the boat, Hertman chose for a robust look on the outside and a warm, luxurious look on the inside, which makes the boat one of the most prestigious locations on the water. An enormous porthole in the roof gives you an indescribably beautiful view of the beautiful buildings along the canals.
✅ Breakfast ✅ Tour ✅ Boat Dinner ✅ Transfers
Big City, Bright Lights. The daring concept of creating a very challenging, beautiful, and very well-maintained golf course with The International in a metropolitan environment is – if we say so ourselves – more than successful.
The pure nature of the highly undulated course, the pleasant modern appearance of the clubhouse, and the absolute top level of the catering and high-end service make a day at The International an unprecedented experience.
In the afternoon experience Kings day at your own pace at leisure, the best party in Holland.
On 27 April, we celebrate King Willem Alexander’s birthday with music, street parties, flea markets, and funfairs.
✅ Breakfast ✅ Golf ✅ Transfers
Learn about Amsterdam, Dutch history, and food culture in an interactive and light-hearted way that is fun and interesting for everyone.
The complete introduction to Amsterdam, its history, and Dutch food on a leisurely walking tour of the old Jordaan area. Discover the Jordaan, a 17th-century former working-class area with flowery streets, idyllic canals, and small shops, bars, and restaurants.
Admire the centuries-old warehouses and beautiful canal houses of the merchants from the Golden Age on the Prinsengracht and Brouwersgracht Included in the tour: 8 tastings that add up to an extensive meal and 3 (non) alcoholic drinks
✅ Breakfast ✅ Food Tour ✅ Transfers
The Hague or Den Haag (in Dutch) is known as the “Legal Capital of the World”, thanks to the likes of the Peace Palace and the International Criminal Court.
With royal palaces and regular music festivals, the Hague could never be labeled as a boring city but, with Koninklijke Haagsche Golf & Country Club located nearby, the Hague could be the most exciting links golfing destination on mainland Europe
.Top-flight professional golf returned to Royal Hague in 2010. The inaugural Van Lanschot Senior Open was hosted here in the Hague and Englishman George Ryall prevailed, claiming his maiden European Senior Tour title.
Irishman Des Smyth claimed the 2011 title in thrilling fashion with a brilliant final round of 65 then Japan’s Masahiro Kuramoto won the 2012 event with an even-par aggregate score of 216, beating Andrew Oldcorn by two strokes.
✅ Breakfast ✅ Golf ✅ Transfers
Check out of the hotel and transfer back to the airport for your international flight back into the UK
Mon 24 Apr 2022
Monday 25 Apr 2023
The new golf course and clubhouse of The International Golf Club is one of the best-kept secrets of Amsterdam.
Strategically located between Schiphol Airport and the A4 and A9 highways, The International is at a stone’s throw from the Zuidas (south axis), the Netherlands’ main business district.
The impressive, elegantly sloping, 18-hole golf course comprises 77 acres and is designed by top golf player Ian Woosnam. Water features and height differences of up to 14 metres offer unique perspectives and beautiful vistas. The design of the clubhouse exudes the ambitions of The International: exclusivity and style.
The horizontal form of the state-of-the-art building contrasts beautifully with the soft landscaped golf course. The composition of glass and natural stone allows guests to experience the surroundings in optimal form.
The interior was designed by Piet Boon with his characteristic style of ‘simple sophistication and ‘quiet confidence’. The interplay of sleek architecture, a stylish interior, and a challenging golf course give The International universal grandeur, offering an exclusive experience at a unique location in The Netherlands.
The Noordwijkse Golfclub is one of the best courses in the Netherlands and Europe.
In 1959 local approval was granted to build a new 18-hole layout using a course routing drawn up by Noordwijkse club member, Paul de Jong. The plans were rubber-stamped by Ken Cotton in 1960 but due to years of permit negotiations, it took another nine years before construction work started.
Eventually, in the early 1970s, a new 18-hole course, once again set among the dunes, was ready for play.
Undoubtedly, de Jong shaped a classic course through this undulating linksland with each hole winding its way through the sandhills and through pine woods at holes 4 to 7 then 11 and 12.
The Dutch Open has been held here nine times and winners include Seve Ballesteros (1986), Bernhard Langer (1992 and 2001) and Colin Montgomerie (1993). Noordwijk is a tough pure links test, which stretches to 6,317 metres from the back tees.
The Royal Hague Golf Club, as it is known in English, is the oldest golf club in Holland and was founded in 1893 on linksland that was destroyed during World War II.
The club’s current course was actually designed by Harry Colt for a wealthy Dutch golfer in 1938, who then sold the layout to the homeless golf club in the late 1940s.
Despite its location, two miles from the North Sea, Royal Hague is a dramatic big dune course that has a strong seaside feeling with mighty fairways that crash and tumble constantly and feature little shaping or man-made design outside the typically understated green sites.
Some holes are almost dizzying in their scale, plunging and rising with dramatic proportions. Giving the layout its teeth are a number of heroic drives over ravines and gullies, plus fierce back tees on holes such as the 6th, 7th, 8th, 13th, and 16th.
Set in the east part of the city centre, 900 yards from Artis Zoo and Hortus Botanical Gardens, Hyatt Regency Amsterdam offers 211 botanical inspired guestrooms and suites. I features an Indonesian restaurant, private parking, fitness centre with sauna and steam, and a bar with outdoor terrace.
Back in 2017, Hyatt Regency Amsterdam was names the greenest hotel in the Netherlands due to its strong focus on sustainability. The hotel features a green decor with many plants placed around the hotel. The hotel also enforces a removal of all plastic water bottles from guestrooms, plastic free events and turning used wine bottles into glassware for the hotel’s restaurant.
All guest rooms come with large floor-to-ceiling windows, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and STAYCAST™ powered by Google Chromecast. It also features a kettle, private bathroom with shower, hairdryer and a desk.
Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk, bike rental, boat tour, room service, and free WiFi throughout the property.
A buffet and a la carte breakfast is available at hotel restaurant, Mama Makan, which offers authentic Indonesian cuisine for both lunch and dinner. At the bar, guests can enjoy local craft beers, botanical cocktails and bar bites with a BBQ terrace open in the summer months.
Popular points of interest near Hyatt Regency Amsterdam include Dutch National Opera & Ballet, Rembrandt House and Royal Theater Carré.
Located in Noordwijk aan Zee, Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin offers beachfront accommodation 100 yards from Noordwijk aan Zee Beach and provides various facilities, such as a restaurant, a fitness centre and a bar. This 5-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and a concierge service. Free WiFi is available and private parking can be arranged at an extra charge.
At the hotel, each room has a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin features a spa and wellness centre with a sauna.