STANWOOD — The Tullymore Golf Resort, Michigan’s fastest growing and most innovative recreation property, is once again stepping up its game, this time appealing to corporate or group planners looking for a unique getaway to hold their events.
Two new four-bedroom units, and one with five bedrooms, were recently completed at the ultra luxurious Residence Club overlooking the 18th fairway of the Tullymore Course. Residence Club units with a total of 18 bedrooms would be available for corporate considerations. Another four homes, each with four bedrooms, are also in the rental pool.
Chief Executive Officer Terry Schieber said with the opening of these cottages, and the imminent construction of two more four-bedroom units, the resort now has varied accommodations that would be ideal for corporate meetings or golf groups.
The unveiling of the new cottages follows last year’s introduction of the 10-bedroom Lodge at Tullymore Golf Club. The lodge and the new cottages with eight-person dining rooms are a short walk – within 600 yards – of the resort’s signature 30,000-square-foot clubhouse. Earlier this spring, a new outdoor swimming pool and hot tub came on line near the clubhouse. A putting green is another of the amenities available to guests.
“Whatever anyone wants in accommodations, we can provide it at Tullymore,” Schieber said. “We have upgraded our service and offer house keeping on a daily basis in all the units.” He said the resort also caters breakfast and dinner for anyone requesting such service in the residences.
“We can handle groups of up to 60 persons with the meeting rooms and space we have in the clubhouse. Our board room with seating for 12 is also available,” he said.
All this activity, however, is anchored by the two golf courses. In the past five years, the developers of Tullymore invested more than $50 million in the property they bought as two rural golf courses: the Tullymore layout and the St. Ives Golf Club six miles away.
Inquires about corporate or group events can call the resort’s vacation desk at 231-972-4837. For more information on Tullymore, contact Terry Schieber at 1-800-972-4837 or firstname.lastname@example.org.