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Bethel Inn Resort
By John Torsiello | Published  04/23/2015 | Northeast | Unrated
Bethel Inn Resort
The Bethel Inn Resort golf course in Bethel, Me., built just over 100 years ago, remained nine holes of little recognition until 1988 when it was redesigned and expanded to an 18-hole championship layout by the renowned architect Geoffrey Cornish.

The  6,663-yard, par-72 course takes maximum advantage of mountain vistas and the natural beauty of the area. Large, well-trapped greens, tree-lined fairways and five tee positions make play challenging for golfers of every ability. There is a pleasant mix of short and long par-fours, tough par-threes and demanding par-fives that will test the ability of all levels of golfer.

America’s Greatest Golf Resorts magazine has rated the Bethel Inn layout among the top ten resort courses in all of the Northeast, and Golf Digest magazine has awarded it 3 1/2 stars. The Bethel Inn Resort offers complete and affordable stay, play and dine golf getaways and PGA golf school vacation packages.

There are 158 guest rooms at the Inn in both traditional accommodations and luxury townhomes. There’s a formal dining room or the more casual Millbrook Tavern and Grille to enjoy. The resort offers a health club with spa services, a lake house, tennis and other lawn games, and several state parks are located nearby for the adventurous.

www.BethelInn.com