Brayton Park | 9 Hole Secluded Golf Course in Cumbria


Golf Course in Cumbria

Tucked away in a quiet corner of North West England, on the grounds of a former countryside estate, there are no modern day influences to distract you from the magnificence of a Brayton Park golf experience.

This 9-hole course is becoming recognised as a “hidden gem” among the smaller golf courses in Cumbria. But its location means that not many golfers have ventured all the way to the coast just yet – something we like to think of as a bonus.

Pay to Play Basis

Here, you’ll experience a cleverly renovated 2,353 yard course at one of Western Cumbria’s luxury golf holiday destinations. Operating on a ‘pay for play’ basis, the greens boast ample views of the glorious Lake District fells, but they’ll hopefully not distract you for too long.

Whatever your golfing level, if you’re a novice or a putting pro, Brayton Park golf course has been credited for its enjoyability throughout all seasons. Challenges met, you can then retreat to the comfort of the Lakeside Restaurant to reflect on your day, with a refreshingly cold drink in hand.

  • Our long-established golf course in Cumbria is situated within the estate and is open all year round, from 7:30 am till dusk every day of the year.
  • You should allow a minimum of 1 hour 45 minutes to play the 9 hole golf course.
  • A round is priced at £15.00 for an adult or £20.00 for unlimited rounds.
  • Children and OAP is priced at £10.00 for 9 holes and £15.00 for unlimited rounds.
  • There is an honesty box at the start of the course and charges are on a per-player basis. We thank you in advance for your honesty but would like to inform you that a green keeper patrols frequently to ensure compliance.
  • The Lakeside Restaurant is open to all non-residents, serving a fine selection of drinks and meals. Please take a look at the Lakeside page to see the menus.

If joining us for a golf holiday or just a one-off visit, we kindly ask that the following items of clothing are not worn on the Brayton Park parkland course.

  • No shell suits or tracksuit bottoms
  • No numbered football shirts
  • No blue denim jeans – dark denim acceptable
  • Trainers are allowed if of a reasonable standard
  • No multi coloured or football shorts
  • Shirts must be worn at all times