Golfing in Cornelia Deluxe Belek, Turkey, 9th - 16th May 2021 (All inclusive)

We will be staying for 7 nights at the 5*Cornelia DeLuxe Hotel (All inclusive)
With 4 rounds of golf

Cornelia Golf Club, connected to the resort by a short shuttle, is home to a Nick Faldo-designed golf course and a David Leadbetter academy, which is why it is one of Belek's most desirable destinations for serious golfers.

The Cornelia Deluxe Resort was only officially opened in 2006, and has been widely received as a welcome high end addition to the popular destination of Belek.

The hotel itself is home to 381 guest bedrooms and suites in total, most of which benefit from sea views. Cornelia is perched right on the sea front, offering direct access to the sandy beach, and offers its guests a luxury all inclusive service, including a welcome drink upon arrival.

The in-room facilities include a safe deposit box, central air-conditioning, telephone, deluxe bathroom, internet connection, satellite television and a music stereo system, while the décor and furnishings are modern and elegant.

The outstanding facilities and excellent options for groups and families at Cornelia make it an extremely popular 5* choice for a golf holiday in Belek.

The magnificent hotel is built around the five lovely outdoor pools, which are the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the sunshine. The resort offers an endless list of sports and activities, including tennis, volleyball, football, basketball, climbing, bowling, as well as fantastic water sports like wind surfing, sailing, jet-skiing, parasailing and banana boating.

This is a fabulous hotel for everyone and not just golfers. Non golfer prices are shown below

Hotel & Golf

7 Nights, All Inclusive at Cornelia Deluxe Resort (2 people sharing - Standard Room/Garden View /Double or Standard Room/Garden View /Twin)
4 rounds of golf,

Includes Golf Transfers and Airport Transfers

10th  May - Faldo, Cornelia Resort 11:40 (2 tee times)

11th  May - Pasha, Antalya 12:38 (2 tee times)

12th. May - day off

13th. May - Lykia Links 11:50 (2 tee times)

15th  May - Faldo, Cornelia Resort 08:50 (2 tee times)


Price per person:

Member with shares playing golf £1500

Member without shares  playing golf £1525

Non Member playing golf £1545

Member with shares not golfing  £1275

Member without shares not golfing  £1300

Non member not golfing £1320

Deposit is £100 per person.


Note 1: that the above prices are subject to change based on availability at the time of booking.

Note 2 : Due to the popularity of Turkey Golf and the fact that we have re - booked  this trip due to Covid, It is important that if you are interested in this trip you contact Kevin as places are subject to availability.



For more information or to book your place just contact Kevin Bolton on 07802 906396 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Leisure or Walking in Cumbria- Your Choice! - 25th - 27th June 2021


Why not join us on this tour based at the Seacote Hotel, St Bees, Cumbria.

The itinerary for the weekend includes visits to Wordsworth Birthplace in Cockermouth, a return journey on the Ravensglass & Eskdale  Railway and entry into Munster Castle and Gardens.

Saturday: The walk starts at the Historic Harbour in Whitehaven and is a scenic 7 mile undulating Coastal route from Whitehaven to St Bees.

For the non-walkers, you will have time Whitehaven before returning to St Bees in the afternoon, where you will be at leisure for the rest of day.


Whitehaven: The Beacon Museum is Copeland's museum. Explore 4 floors of interactive history whilst visiting some of the most exciting temporary exhibitions in Cumbria.

The award winning museum continues to tell the story of Copeland. Starting with the geology of the area and the early settlers, the interactive museum charts history through to the Lowther family’s development of the town of Whitehaven into one of the UK’s most significant ports and beyond to more modern twentieth century industries.

The Rum Story is a museum / visitor centre is on Lowther Street Whitehaven and is set in the original shop of the Jefferson family. The idea is to come off the streets of Georgian Whitehaven into an exotic Island in the Caribbean. 

If Whitehaven is well known for anything then it is its Historic Harbour. The harbour dates back to 1633 when the first Quay was built which is called 'old quay'. It was built to export salt and coal. Whitehaven was very important to the coal industry as in 1700, 80% of Ireland's coal was imported from Whitehaven! 

St Bees: The village of St Bees is just south of St Bees Head, the most westerly point of Cumbria, on the coastal strip between the Lakeland fells and the Irish Sea.  It has a history going back over 1,000 years and has been a popular holiday  destination for over 150 years.

It's well known for its Norman Priory dating from 1120 dedicated to our own Saint Bega, who is said to have landed here from Ireland in AD 850. Also for it's 400-year old school, and as the start of the Wainwright "Coast to Coast" Walk. There is a large sandy beach with a promenade and visitor facilities, and to the north are the towering red sandstone cliffs of St Bees Head; which is the only Heritage Coast between Scotland and Wales and an important RSPB seabird reserve.

Wordsworth House and Garden, Cockermouth is the birthplace and childhood home of romantic poet William and his sister Dorothy.
It is presented as it would have been when Wordsworth and Dorothy lived here with their parents, three brothers and servants in the 1770s. There is real food on the kitchen and dining tables much produced in the garden, and a fire burning in the working kitchen.

The children’s bedroom is full of toys and dressing up clothes, and in the Wordsworth Room there are books and games to enjoy. Down in the cellar, the household’s ghosts are waiting to tell their stories.      In the garden are 18th-century vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers, just as it would have been when William played – and learned his love of nature – here.

Ravensglass & Eskdale Railway is one of the oldest and longest narrow gauge railways in England, known affectionately as La’al Ratty meaning “little railway“ in olde Cumbrian dialect. It was 105 years ago in April 1913

that the original 3ft line closed and in 1915 the new 15in La’al Ratty was born. Our heritage steam engines transport passengers from Ravenglass, the only coastal village in the UNESCO World Heritage Site Lake District National Park, to Dalegarth for Boot some 210ft above sea level. The journey takes 40 minutes each way and passes seven intermediate request stops which are perfect for walking. The cosy covered and open top carriages provide the best of comfort and views as you travel up the line. 

Munster Castle & Gardens dominates the Lake District Coast where the mountains tumble into the sea and bursting with treasures and tales, haunted Muncaster oozes history from every rough stone which fashion the castle walls. 

John Ruskin described the stunning views of England’s highest mountains as “Heaven’s Gate”. Still cherished by the family who have inhabited Muncaster for over 800 years, the surrounding woodland gardens teem with wildlife & nurture exotic plants from around the world. The fabulous Hawk & Owl Centre flies falcons, owls, hawks, eagles, herons & vultures daily to enchant visitors with the majesty of these fascinating birds of prey. 

Hotel: Seacote Hotel is wonderfully situated on the West Cumbrian Coast, on the edge of the Lake District National Park. The hotel borders on the mile long beach and iconic headlands of St. Bees. With Stunning sea views it is the perfect place for a relaxing break. 

All rooms have, Ensuite facilities, Free Wi-Fi, Flat screen digital TV’s, Linen and towels provided and Tea and Coffee making facilities. The hotel has a pub attached where meals are available.

Price Per person: (Based on twin/double 2 adults sharing) -

  • Member Plus (Members with Lottery Shares) - £149
  • Members (No Lottery Shares) - £154
  • Non-Member - £159
  • Single Supplement £NIL (Limited Availability)

Look What's included:

  • 2 Nights Accommodation including Breakfast 
  • Entry to Wordsworth House, Munster Castle and Gardens
  • Return journey on the Ravensglass & Eskdale Railway
  • Transport throughout the tour as per itinerary
  • Maps & Walk Itinerary

What's NOT included:

  • Meals and Entrance to attraction fees other than those stated in the itinerary
  • Any Items of a personal nature such as drinks, souvenirs etc

For further details and bookings, you can either use the Reservation Form or contact Bob Walker 

Please include your Name, Home Address, Contact Telephone Number, Membership Number and the Number Places Required (Member/Non-Member)



10th - 16th April 2022


Just 28 miles off the southwest tip of Britain, lies the small, beautiful archipelago of the Isles of Scilly … a charismatic destination with unique charm and warmth: with mile after mile of white sandy beaches, acres of natural landscape to explore, a rich and fascinating history. The skies seem bigger here, the horizons further away, and the landscape broader. It all feels quite intimate and old-fashioned, as if you’ve stumbled upon an idyllic film set from a bygone era. Let the concerns of everyday life drift away on the falling tide. This is the stuff that holiday memories are made of: beautiful surroundings, a gentler pace of life, quiet conversation and nature’s soundtrack.

Your Hotel: The Bell Rock Hotel is perfectly situated in St. Mary’s on Church Street; a quiet part of town, it is

very convenient for the two beaches and the shops of High Town. The hotel offers comfort and elegance, the highest standard of service and a pleasant friendly atmosphere. It boasts a super dining room, delightful bar, lounge and an indoor swimming pool. All bedrooms offer comfortable accommodation with en-suite facilities. The hotel has no lift.

We depart Manchester calling for coffee and lunch en-route to our overnight stay in Cornwall. All rooms are en-suite. We have time for dinner and an evening at leisure.

After breakfast we take the journey south to Lands End to board the plane for our late morning flight across to St. Mary’s, where a mini bus will be waiting to take us to The Bell Rock Hotel. After check-in we will meet our Guide for a walking tour of St. Mary’s.

This afternoon we visit the island of St. Agnes and Gugh. The morning is yours to spend at leisure.

Today we visit Tresco and the world famous Tresco Abbey Gardens.

Today we have a boat trip to the Island of St. Martins where we visit the Flower Farm.

Mid-afternoon we catch the bus to the airport for our flight back to Lands End where the coach will be waiting to take us north to our hotel for the last night. Dinner and evening can be spent at leisure.

After breakfast we head for home stopping for coffee and lunch en-route to arrive in Manchester early evening.

Please note: The days of the excursions may be subject to change

Price Per person: (Based on twin/double 2 adults sharing) -

  • Member Plus (Members with Lottery Shares) - £TBC
  • Members (No Lottery Shares) - £TBC
  • Non-Member - £TBC
  • Single Supplement £TBC
  • Insurance - £POA

Look What's included:

  • Luxury coach travel
  • 4 Nights Dinner bed & breakfast at the Bell Rock Hotel, St. Mary’s Isles of Scilly
  • 2 Nights dinner bed & breakfast at Hotels in Cornwall/Devon
  • Return transfers by plane (Sea transfer will only be necessary if the plane is out of service)
  • OR Return transfers by Sea can be arranged
  • Mini-bus transfer on Isles of Scilly to the hotel
  • Guided tour of St Mary’s,
  • Entrance to Tresco Abbey Gardens
  • All boat trips

What's NOT included:

  • Meals and Entrance to attraction fees other than those stated in the itinerary
  • Any Items of a personal nature such as drinks, souvenirs etc

For further details and bookings, you can either use the Reservation Form or contact Bob Walker 

Please include your Name, Home Address, Contact Telephone Number, Membership Number and the Number Places Required (Member/Non-Member)