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What We Love

  • A lovely golf hotel in the South of France, with breakfast, spa access and more Tucking into Provençal dishes in The Pines restaurant
  • Enjoying a technical game on the oldest course in the province
  • Indulging with some serious time out in the spa
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A dreamy golf hotel in Saint-Raphaël, just 45 minutes from Cannes, set on the oldest course in the region

The Lowdown

Najeti Golf Hotel de Valescure occupies a tempting spot in the French countryside, less than an hour’s drive from Cannes, near France’s south-eastern coast. Surrounded by fragrant pine trees and set on the area’s oldest golf course, this hideaway is a no-brainer for those in search of a rural golf holiday or a relaxing country stay.
Spend your days navigating the narrow fairways and difficult roughs on the 18-hole golf course, which was designed in 1895 by Lord Ashcomb, lending it a distinctly British edge. After perfecting your par, why not head to the Club House for a delicious lunch of delicious local cuisine.
For those seeking to slow things down, you’ll find an outdoor swimming pool and a spa to help you fill your days. Saunter between the Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna, and enjoy a rejuvenating treatment or two. There’s even a dedicated treatment designed specifically for golfers, perfect after a day in full swing.

How to Get There

Najeti Golf Hotel de Valescure
55 Avenue Paul L' Hermite
Saint-Raphael, France


Hotel du golf valescure
Nicholas S

A really comfortable Hotel in lovely woodland setting with views over golf course. The bedrooms are large and quiet and great friendly staff. Easy access to St Raphael centre where trains serve Nice and Monaco and close to the gorgeous bay of Agay. Outstanding value and plenty of free parking. Spa treatments are Available. Large outside pool with sun beds. Why go anywhere else. We had a fabulous week

Good for Golf
Sue G

A nice hotel on a nice golf course, a little bit out of St. Omer though so a € 50 taxi ride into town. Golf was a good course and would go back. Rooms were comfortable, but apart from breakfast did not eat in the hotel. One bog problem is they at the golf part of this hotel, lunch is only served up until 3 pm, which if you have a 10 am or later tee time, means that there is no lunch !

6 th year
william h

After six years I should be tired of the same hotel but for 3 weeks every year I relax the hotel is on the whole very quiet but well run
The restaurant has definitely improved so much so I rated it our best eating place of the whole holiday much better than some 5 star eateries
Hotel is clean and tidy, pool side is well kept , Beer on tap st Omar 5*
Recommend that you try the spa for an hours total relaxation
Or push the boat out and have 4 hours of golf and a well deserved 19th hole
There is no poolside bar but you can have drinks by the poolside / Garden