Finland Best Stay & Play Golf Hotels



Best Stay & Play Golf Hotels in Finland


Given that Finland is one of Europe’s most northerly countries, the seasons are typically long periods of darkness in the winter and long periods of sunlight in the summer. The golfing season is between May and September. During midsummer you can enjoy twenty-one hours of sunlight each day allowing you to tee off well into the night and live an unforgettable experience.

Facilities at Finnish golf courses are typically of a high standard, with green fees very affordable. To view the complete list of courses covered by Where2Golf, including those that do not offer accommodation on site, go to
Finland best golf courses 
 
 Finland Golf Map   To make the most out of your golf trip, look up the location of the Stay & Play golf hotels and nearby courses on the Finland golf map. It will help you with your planning to play the best courses during your vacation. On the maps we have indicated golf hotels and Stay & Play resorts with the following symbol Stay & Play Golf Resorts
Where2Golf has applied a rating to each golf course visited. The rating scale, 5 (highest) to 1 (lowest), attempts to provide an indication of the golfing experience you can expect at each rated course. 

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click on the green arrow in the toolbar OF the table below to sortStay & Play Golf Resort.Private course – for members and their invited guests only.Unrated course – not yet visited by the Where2Golf team.2-star: reasonable standard. Good value, especially if better courses not available.3-star: a good course with many fine features.3+ (3-gold): a good course with many fine features. One of our top-rated 3’s.4-star: a must play course - excellent standard.4+ (4-gold): a must play course - excellent standard. One of our top-rated 4’s !5-star: simply the best - golf courses don’t get much better than this.5+ (5-gold): simply the best - golf courses don’t get better than this. One of our top-rated 5’s!
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Linna 4b.gifLahtiFinland
Nordcenter (Benz) 3b.gifB&BHelsinkiFinland
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Paltamo 4a.gifKajaaniFinland
Tahko 4a.gifKuopioFinland
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