Forest Pines in leisure upgrade

Forest Pines Hotel and Golf Resort, part of QHotels, has unveiled plans to invest £300,000 in upgrading and expanding the site’s leisure facilities. Work on adding two new fitness studios to the golf venue’s health club began at the start of this month and the new facilities, which are set to open in January, will give guests and members an increased choice of up to 55 classes a week.

In addition to the health club’s expansion, Forest Pines, near Broughton, north Lincolnshire will also be extending its opening times, allowing early risers to enjoy a full workout before heading out on to the fairways. The resort already offers its members a fully-equipped gym overlooking an 18-metre swimming pool, a sauna, Jacuzzi, a steam room.

Forest Pines has an 18-hole championship golf course, 188 bedrooms, conference and events centre and three restaurants.

Phil Lake, leisure and health club manager at Forest Pines Hotel and Golf Resort said, “This exciting new development will give our members another quality aspect to the club that already has 1,500 members. Our classes are extremely popular amongst members, so we expanded our leisure facilities to be able to offer even more. We have never had anywhere to hold exercise classes. We did a survey with members who said they would like exercise classes to be offered at Forest Pines. These two new studios will transform the club by allowing us to deliver popular classes, which suit all ages and fitness levels.”

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