• A Three-Night Stay for Two in a Clubhouse Suite
• Three Rounds of Championship Golf Per Person (Club Car with Visage GPS included)
One of the best-preserved colonial cities in the country, Wilmington, North Carolina, paints a classic portrait of the Deep South, with antebellum as well as Victorian architecture lending a cinematic backdrop to this port city—it's no coincidence that so many movies have been filmed here. In addition to its historic district, one of the largest on the National Register of Historic Places, Wilmington offers plenty of other reasons to visit: Golf, fishing, riverboat tours, and some of the best beaches in the state are just a few of the draws here.
The only stay-and-play facility in the Coastal Carolinas, Beau Rivage Golf & Resort offers an unmatched leisure experience less than two hours from Raleigh. Not only an award-winning course—complete with pro shop, driving range, target greens, and more—this charming colonial-style getaway features a business center, a casual restaurant and tiki bar, two tennis courts, and an outdoor swimming pool. Convenient and unique, Beau Rivage is a true stay-and-play facility where guests can roll out of bed and walk just a few steps to the tee or practice facilities.
At a roomy 900 square feet, suites feature two beds, a living room with sleeper sofa, a kitchenette, and a private patio or balcony overlooking the property's golf course. And when it comes time to fuel up, sit down to a meal for two at The Veranda Bar & Grill. Savor Southern favorites like biscuits and sausage gravy or homestyle pancakes and grits in the morning, then tuck into an Angus burger and a salad at lunch or dinner.
• Hit the links at the par-72 course
• Indulge in an on-site massage
• Cruise down the Cape Fear River on the Henrietta III
• Take a historic tour with The Wilmington Trolley Company
• Sip an award-winning microbrew at Front Street Brewery
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON December 30, 2018
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON December 31, 2013
Beau Rivage Golf & Resort
Stay and Play for Two in Historic Wilmington