The Homestead Fact Sheet

Welcome to The Owners Club at The Homestead
Steeped in rich heritage under the soft shadows of the Allegheny Mountains of Virginia, The Homestead stands alone as one of the premier resorts in the nation. Since 1766, The Homestead has offered visitors traditional Southern hospitality, superb dining, exquisite shopping and a host of special events to suit a wealth of tastes and interest.

The Homestead boasts three challenging golf courses, each with its own distinctive merits. The Homestead Spa is one of the premier spas of the world. French and American cuisine are favorites at the 1766 Grille and true elegance is evidenced by The Homestead's renowned Dining Room offering continental cuisine. Enjoy a variety of year-round recreation found in beautiful Bath County.

The Owners Club Hours of Operation
Daily 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Maximum Occupancy for Club Home
Three bedroom Club Home (one king bed, two queen beds and two double beds) – maximum occupancy is eight adults (12 years of age or older).

Non-Smoking Policy
Smoking is prohibited within the Clubhouse and Club Homes. Smoking is permitted on your porch and balcony. Ashtrays will be provided upon request.

Pet Policy
Except for service animals, no pets are allowed on Owners Club property, within Club Homes or within The Homestead Resort or property.

Internet Access
Each Club Home is equipped with Wireless Internet Service. You will have full complimentary access. You will need to have a wireless network adapter to gain access from your Club Home. As always, you are welcome to use the computer in the library of the Clubhouse during business hours.

Each Club Home is equipped with a washer and dryer.

Dining Options Attire
A jacket and tie are required in the Main Dining Room for dinner. A jacket/sports coat is required at the 1766 Grille, but a tie is not required. Other dining establishments at The Homestead Resort require “resort attire”.

Housekeeping fees for your visit are mandatory and are due upon departure. Unless otherwise instructed, the fees will be charged to the credit card you registered with. The charges, based on number of nights you have reserved are as follows:

6 nights or less 1 final service $139.00
7 to 13 nights 1 final service and 1 midweek service $139.00 each
14 to 20 nights 1 final service and 2 midweek services $139.00 each
21 nights 1 final service and 3 midweek services $139.00 each
Daily service option $139.00 per service

**All fees are inclusive of tax**
**RATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE**


One of the privileges of Membership while in residence at The Owners Club at The Homestead is access to three golf courses at cart fee only rates for designated Members. Members' guests enjoy a reduced guest greens fee that includes the cart fee.

The Cascades Course
Consistently ranked among Golf Digest's and Golf Magazine's top fifty courses, this William S. Flynn design is touted as the finest mountain course in America. Flynn's design uses its mountain location to influence play, but not to dictate it. Therefore, talented players can use the slopes and roll to their advantage, but less skilled golfers will not find themselves penalized by forced carries or unfair hazard placement.

Opened in 1923, it has hosted seven USGA Championships. The most recent being in 2000 as the Cascades hosted the U.S. Men's Mid-Amateur. The Cascades also has been the site of such prestigious PGA events as the 1995 and 1996 Senior PGA TOUR Shoot-Out Championships

The Lower Cascades
The waters rushing through the Lower Cascades Course widen into a peaceful stream at the valley floor. Don't let this lull you into a false sense of confidence on the Lower Cascades.

Built by Robert Trent Jones in 1963, it features Jones' trademark runway tee boxes and wide-open fairways. Jones also included severe green contouring with exaggerated breaks and strategically placed bunkers for a competitive game. The Lower Cascades has hosted U.S. Men's Amateur qualifying rounds and is the site of the American Junior Golf Association ClubCorp Championship.

The Old Course
The Old Course has the oldest first tee in continuous use in the U.S. In 1892, it was part of a six-hole layout. By 1913, the course had been enlarged to 18 holes and had taken its place as one of Donald Ross's original designs. Under the direction of Rees Jones, the Old Course has been redesigned to preserve and enhance the favorite traditional characteristics of this historical course.
Abundant fairway contouring gives most shots a sidehill, uphill or downhill lie to small greens, making approach shots interesting. Also, six par-5s and six par-3s, including par-3s to conclude each side, give this layout a unique feel. A driving range and putting green are adjacent to the course.

2011 Member Golf Rates & Guest Fees

***RATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE*

Golf Cancellation Policy

All golf courses at The Homestead Resort have a 48-hour cancellation policy. If the number of players in your group is reduced, the 48-hour cancellation policy will apply.
 

   
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The Owners Club, with locations at: Barton Creek, Austin, Texas; Hilton Head Island, South Carolina;
The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia; and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Affiliate Clubs with locations at Bear Creek Lodge, Telluride, Colorado
, and Private Quarters at Porta Cima, Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri.

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