The only Belgian 18-hole course (Par 72) created by architect and golf champion Gary Player in 1990, the Five Nations de Méan is designed to offer a variety of particularly competitive playing situations. On 120 hectares covered by a vast plateau and a small wooded valley, it is suitable for all levels. The quality of the course and the joint infrastructure guarantee an unforgettable golfing experience on a hilly course. Its access is reserved for players holding the federal card and having a handicap level of minimum 36. The Five Nations Golf Hotel is located in a superb 18th century building typical of the region, the Ferme du Grand Scley in Méan. The hotel offers 35 spacious rooms that have been completely refurbished in 2018 and offer a golf-themed universe. You can thus ideally extend your stay in this green setting.The complex is located a few minutes away from the smallest town in the world: Durbuy and its other 18-hole golf course: the Five Nations Golf Durbuy.