Wokefield Estate

Wokefield Estate

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Wokefield Estate

Wokefield Estate | NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts

The De Vere Wokefield Estate is a sublime place for a golfing holiday, with every box being ticked by the resort. There is an 18-hole championship golf course, along with a golfing academy and driving range, while those that enjoy the outdoors have every opportunity to do so. Add a range of rooms and suites, including some in a 16th Century Mansion House, and you’ve got a wonderful setting. 
Starting with the Mansion House, dating back to 1560, where there is a glorious array of rooms and suites. The Mansion House at Wokefield Estate holds Superior and Deluxe Rooms, along with Suites for those who want the utmost luxury during their stay. Wokefield Place and Wellington Lodge offer guest rooms, with those in the latter having been recently refurbished, while Wokefield Place has a selection of accessible rooms as well.  
The championship golf course is a stunner, measuring almost 7,000 yards from the back tees. The course winds its way around the resort in two loops, allowing golfers to stop after nine holes if they wish. Along with the golf course, which features plenty of water hazards and quirky bunkers, there is a Golf Academy. The academy features a driving range, short game area and the opportunity for guests and members to receive coaching.  
Golf is not the only activity available for guests at Wokefield Estate. There is a football pitch, cricket pitch and tennis court, and the ability to play garden games like croquet. There is also an outdoors section, with climbing walls, high rope courses, woodland trails and bushcraft activities. Wokefield Estate is also home to a leisure and spa facility, with a fully equipped gym and swimming pool.  
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Championship Golf

The De Vere Wokefield Estate is home to a championship golf course. The 18-hole layout has been cleverly designed into two loops of nine, with the front nine at the northern side of the venue, while the back nine takes the land from the southern side of the venue. The Par 72 course runs just shy of 7,000 yards from the tips and offers golfers of all abilities a true test of their games. 
Water comes into play on many holes at Wokefield Estate, and it is not the only hazard to keep an eye out for. There are some quirky bunkers, placed strategically throughout the course, along with the odd tree that you might find yourself behind at any point. 
After a gentle opening hole, longer hitters might be tempted to open their shoulders and go for the green on the par 4 2nd. It is 332 yards, but there is a huge bunker in front of the green, which is at least 50 yards long. The safe play is to lay up and have a wedge into the green from a good angle. The 4th sees the water for the first time, coming into play at the edge of driving distance. 6 and 9 both also feature water, with the latter bringing the front nine to a close with a bang. At 476 yards, it is the longest par 4 and it is a dog-leg right around a water hazard. 
10, 11 and 13 are also par 4s over 400 yards in length, while the 12th is the signature hole on the course. A beautiful par 3, golfers have to play over water to find the green, which is also guarded by two bunkers. The 14th is the longest hole on the property, maxing out at 600 yards from the tips, and it plays as a true three-shotter around water. The closing hole at Wokefield Estate is also a par 5, bringing you back to the clubhouse. At 535 yards, it is reachable in two for longer hitters, but there are five bunkers by the green to catch anything short or errant.  

De Vere Accommodation

The estate is run by De Vere, one of eight venues the company owns around the country. Thanks to this, you know that the accommodation will be of high quality, and it comes in three forms. There are rooms and suites in Wokefield Place, the Wellington Lodge and in the Mansion House. 
There are guest rooms in both Wokefield Place and the Wellington Lodge, with both offerings coming equipped with double or twin beds, Wi-Fi, TV and a workspace. There are accessible versions of the rooms in Wokefield Place for those guests that require adaptations to make their stay as comfortable as possible.  
The Mansion House offers the more luxurious rooms and suites at De Vere Wokefield Estate. The 16th Century Mansion House has Superior and Deluxe Rooms along with a range of glorious Suites, which are the best of the best. The Suites in the Mansion House come with their own living area and incredible views of the surroundings.  

Leisure & Activities

There is plenty to do during your stay at Wokefield Estate, even if you don’t bring your golf clubs! In terms of other sports, the resort has a cricket pitch, football pitch and tennis court, all of which can be used by guests of the venue. For those that like the outdoors, there is a bushcraft activity area, climbing walls, high rope courses and woodland trails.  
There is also a health and wellbeing centre at Wokefield Estate, with a fully equipped gym available for use by guests of the resort. There are cardio and resistance machines along with free weights. There is also a heated indoor pool for those that want to swim during their stay.

FAQs about Wokefield Estate

Where is Wokefield Estate?  
Wokefield Estate is around 40 miles west from the centre of London and six miles south of Reading by road. It is between the villages of Bloomfield Hatch and Stratfield Mortimer.  

What is the nearest airport and station to Wokefield Estate?
London Heathrow Airport is within 30 miles of Wokefield Estate, straight across the M4 motorway. Heathrow is the busiest airport in the United Kingdom, operating the most flights and seeing the most passengers – more than 60 million in 2022.  
Mortimer Station is just two miles from Wokefield Estate, making it the closest train station to the resort. Trains between Reading and Basingstoke run through Mortimer, with one in each direction every hour.  

What golf facilities does Wokefield Estate offer?
Along with the championship golf course, Wokefield Estate is also home to a Golf Academy. The academy plays host to a 15-bay driving range which is fully floodlit. There is also a short game area and putting green for guests and members to use during their practice.  

Does Wokefield Estate offer golf lessons?
There is a team of PGA-qualified professionals on hand to help you improve your game during your time at Wokefield Estate. The Academy and its driving range are the perfect place for lessons, with individual and group coaching available.  

What are the green fees at Wokefield Estate?
The price of a green fee at Wokefield Estate changes throughout the year, depending on the season. It is also different depending on whether it is a weekday or weekend. There are also stay & play packages available at the resort.  
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What accommodation is on offer at Wokefield Estate?
There is a glorious range of accommodation thanks to the De Vere ownership of Wokefield Estate. The rooms in the Wellington Lodge have recently been refurbished, while Wokefield Place also houses accessible rooms for those that require adaptations. The Mansion House has Superior and Deluxe Rooms, along with Suites for the most luxurious stays at the resort.  

What other resorts are nearby?
Wokefield Estate is close to several venues that also have places on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list. The Springs and Foxhills are within a 45-minute drive from Wokefield Estate while The Grove, The Oxfordshire and Old Thorns are slightly further away.  
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