Friday, 2 April 2010

De Vere Dunston Hall – Beat The Pro at Crazy Golf

Families who book lunch for De Vere Dunston Hall’s famous carvery on Sunday 11 April, will also have the chance to challenge Richard Tidy (pictured), one of the hotel’s golf professionals, on the new nine hole crazy golf course, set up on the terrace outside the Braserrie Bar & Grill.

Richard Tidy narrowly lost to Chris Harding, World Crazy Golf Champion, during a challenge match at Wroxham Barns in 2008, so the competition will be stiff. The family that is closest to, or beats Richard’s score, will win a carvery lunch for four people on the Sunday of their choice.

The nine-hole crazy golf course is free to use for anyone dining at Dunston Hall and the charge is £5 for casual golfers.

A carvery lunch costs from £11.95 for adults and £6.95 for children. To book a table, tel 01508 473830.

Paul Murfitt, Director of Food & Beverage at Dunston Hall: “We are going to have a lot of fun challenging Richard Tidy at crazy golf on 11 April. The course is very tricky, so anything can happen!”

The grade II listed Dunston Hall was built in 1859 and is set in extensive wooded parkland off the A140, two miles south of Norwich. For more information about the hotel tel. 01508 470444 or visit