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Pinehills Golf Club

Mirbeau Inn & Spa is located on the 18th hole of the renowned Rees Jones golf course and adjacent to the Jack Nicklaus course at the Pinehills Golf Club. The Pinehills Golf Club was created to rival the country’s most prestigious golf clubs, bringing world class, daily fee golf to New England. Conveniently located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Pinehills Golf Club is spectacularly set on over 300 acres of rolling hills punctuated by dramatic, glacially carved kettles and kames. Here, you’ll find two 18-hole championship courses designed by Rees Jones and Nicklaus Design, the most extensive practice facilities in New England, and the Pinehills Golf Academy, providing quality PGA instruction. You’ll also enjoy the Clubhouse, offering gracious amenities and fine dining.

An unparalleled range of comprehensive facilities, attentive service and a commitment to excellence are the hallmarks of Pinehills, which is dedicated to offering players of all levels a “total golf” experience in keeping with the rich traditions of the world’s greatest game. Discover for yourself why Pinehills Golf Club has won accolades from Golf Magazine, Golf Digest, and Travel & Leisure Golf magazine, among others. Read an article about “Picture Perfect Pinehills” by clicking here. Or go to www.pinehillsgolf.com for more information about The Pinehills Golf Club.

Interested in a golf getaway? Click here for more information.

 

Activities On Property

  • Private fitness instruction 75 per session
  • Private Pilates Reformer instruction 75 per session
  • Small group fitness instruction 4-6 ppl, 35 per person; 6-10, 30 per person; 10-15, 25 per person
  • Walking trails
  • Village Green services and shops

Also, check out the Calendar of Events happening at Mirbeau Inn & Spa by clicking HERE.

Around Town

The Village of Skaneateles is a beautifully petite “walking village” located directly on the north shore of pristine Skaneateles Lake, one of the purest and most beautiful lakes in the world. Skaneateles is a scenic village with quaint, tree-lined streets, 19th Century homes, interesting antique shops, boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants.

Plymouth Rock

Pilgrim Memorial State Park on the waterfront is one of the most heavily visited parks in the state parks system. Nearly one million people a year come from all over the world to visit “The Rock” and the town where in 1620 Europeans first made a home in New England.

Destination Plymouth / Visitor Information Center

More than 100,000 visitors from all over the world come through this center each year. Its convenient location (at the rotary across the street from Plymouth Harbor) makes it the perfect first stop when you arrive in Plymouth. Visit Website

Myles Standish State Forest

Perfect for hiking, there are 13 miles of beautiful hiking trails passing through ponds, cranberry bogs, and beautiful pine forests.  Other recreational opportunities available seasonally include cross country skiing, swimming, canoeing and picnicking.

Plimoth Plantation

Plimoth Plantation is a living history museum in Plymouth that shows the area of the original settlement of the Plymouth Colony established in the 17th century by English colonists.  For more info, please visit their website.

Brewster Gardens

Brewster Gardens is a beautiful park located in the center of town. Created in the early 1920s, the park covers the original garden plot that was granted to Elder William Brewster in 1620.  A stream runs through Brewster Gardens, and there is easy access to the Jenny Grist Mill.

1809 Hedge House Museum

The 1809 Hedge House is one of Plymouth’s finest examples of Federal period architecture, featuring octagonal rooms in the mainblock, and a rare, intact carriage house. Built by sea captain William Hammatt, the house was originally located on Court St., where Memorial Hall is today. Click here for more information.

Jenney Grist Mill

The Jenney Grist Mill is a working grist mill and is a reconstruction of the original Jenney Grist Mill standing on the site of the original mill.  The original Jenney Grist Mill was built in Plymouth Colony by John Jenney in 1636, and was run by him until his death in 1644.  After his death, his wife Sarah and son Samuel continued to run the mill until Stockbridge took over the mill for legal reasons.  The mill burned down in 1837. Click here for their website.

Mayflower II

The original Mayflower that sailed to Plymouth in 1620 no longer exists. Plimoth Plantation’s full-scale reproduction, Mayflower II, was built in Devon, England, and crossed the Atlantic in 1957. For more info, please visit the website

The Adventure Park at Heritage Museum & Gardens

The Adventure Park is an all-natural, interactive outdoor educational experience, set within four acres of forest, and designed to bring the public closer to nature through recreation and learning. Click here to learn more.

New England Corvette

New England Corvette Rental

Choose your ride and explore the area in exciting style with a New England Corvette Rental! They offer arrive and drive packages, guided tours, and rentals for special occasions. To learn more, click here.

Mirbeau Inn & Spa Plymouth is pleased to partner with Audi Norwell to provide luxurious courtesy transportation for guests. This VIP program features the newest Audi Q8 SUV offering superior performance and a progressive suite of technology. Audi Norwell also extends a special 10% off MSRP to any Mirbeau guests.