The Cambridge Meridian golf course is often used by the PGA and county associations for championships and matches
Imperial Corporate Capital PLC is in discussions with the local authority about developing a luxury golfing resort near Cambridge.
The company, which bought the 18-hole Cambridge Meridian golf club in 2018, aims to secure permission to build 120 rooms of five-star accommodation on the 210-acre site.
Located on the edge of the village of Toft, the club is a 15-minute drive from the centre of Cambridge.
“The proposed hotel development will deliver a five-star boutique establishment with service and accommodation to rival the very best the UK has to offer,” the company said in a statement.
Facilities will include spa and treatment facilities, as well as two in-house restaurants and a terrace bar.
The development will also include the regeneration of the current clubhouse, driving range and putting greens, as well as expanding the car park to 210 spaces.
Previously known as the Cambridge National Golf Club, the golf course is often used by the PGA and county associations for championships and matches.
The Cambridge Meridian development will offer businesses exclusive use of the professional corporate facilities, for corporate golf days, business conferences and meetings.
“Since its opening in 1994, CMGC has enjoyed a glowing reputation for its championship-style course and seasonal competitions. The construction of this luxury 5* boutique hotel and spa development, aims to help secure the ambition to become one of the UK’s most prestigious golf clubs,” ICC said.
“We aim to complete the scheme as efficiently and eco-friendly as possible to avoid any disruption to our current members or the local community.”