Bandon Dunes Golf Resort

It doesn’t take long to get comfortable at Bandon Dunes.

The overnight accommodations provide a refuge of relative seclusion in a variety of options that are sure to revive you for the next day. The resort offers many lodging options to suit your needs, varying from single accommodations in The Lodge and Inn to spacious four-bedroom Grove Cottages.

Bandon Dunes Golf Resort features six distinct links courses that have been conceived in harmony with the natural environment. They combine with all the essential elements to reveal a new golf experience every time you play. The soul of the game resides at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. Players walk. And at the end of the day, gracious hospitality comforts each guest like a warm, friendly embrace.

Working up an appetite at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is a given. Inspired by the kindred spirit of our golf experience, each restaurant presents a unique setting that is sure to leave you satisfied and ready for your next journey around the links. Whether you’re looking to enjoy locally-sourced Pacific Northwest cuisine accompanied by an award-winning wine list, or prefer kicking back after a full day of golf and soaking in a Scottish-style setting with traditional pub fare and local microbrews, there is something for everyone.

Worry-free dining. That is Bandon Dunes’ promise to you. The Resort’s restaurants offer limited indoor and outdoor seating, takeout, and in-room delivery options. Reservations are recommended for dining in. Individual billing is available for groups of 12 or less.

The food and beverage teams find joy in greeting you with the warm and friendly embrace that defines the resort’s South Coast ethos. Only one question remains. Does a nightcap in the Bunker Bar really yield the secrets to finding your way around Bandon’s sandy surfaces?

Dining options include:

  • The Forge (modern steakhouse with an extensive wine program)
  • Tufted Puffin Lounge (American classics (from The Forge) in a casual bar setting)
  • Pacific Grill (seafood focused with a Mediterranean flair)
  • Trails End (seasonal menu with a Pacific Rim focus)
  • McKee’s Pub (traditional pub fare in a Scottish-styled setting)
  • Bunker Bar (cigar and Scottish focused bar with light fare)
  • Sheep Ranch Clubhouse (quick serve Irish favorites)

Resort amenities include Massage Center, Hot Tub Spa and Sauna, Fitness Center, and The Lodge Gift Shop. Guests may also enjoy hiking and walking trails. The trail system was developed for the enjoyment and education of guests. Besides great views of the golf courses and the ocean, you will develop a complete understanding of the sand dunes ecosystem, the environmental forces that shape it, and the plants and wildlife that inhabit it.

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 4.5/5 TripAdvisor Traveler Rating based on 601 reviews

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    April 18, 2022
    Marie J

    Excelent Golf Course

    We had a gift cert. for Bandon Dunes and could wait to play there. The course was everything we expected it to be. We didnt have a caddy but the couple we played with did and he was very helpful with making it through the course. The views from the course were as expected a beautiful course. A little hard walk as there are rolling hills but well worth the hike

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    November 5, 2021
    StuH1241

    the way golf is meant to be played!

    this is the best resort i have ever played at ... 5 18 hole caurses, 4 along the ocean cliffs. each course is a little different with their own challenges. it is walking only which i love. there is also a 13 hole par three where the green fees go to the local conservation organizations. the staff is there to make your experience enjoyable ... all aspects ... rooms, dining, golf, practice areas. open all year ... i have taken 8 trips there and we have just signed up to go again in 2023.

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    September 7, 2021
    travelguyCincinnati

    First rate golf and third rate hotel

    First rate golf course and caddy program with a third rate accommodations s experience . Poor and inexperienced staffing shows they are not ready for big crowds even though they will tell you they are . The golf is magnificent but a Holiday Inn experience at the hotel. This place has gone down hill since we last came here 10 years ago. Need to invest in staff training and how to handle big crowds with short staffing

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    August 13, 2021
    Ted R

    Super time

    My wife and I played golf on the Sheep Ranch course. What a great experience. Our caddy Shawn was fantastic. A knowledgeable young man with wonderful social skills. The course was challenging but not overpowering. Highly recommended 🏌🏿‍♂️

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    July 26, 2021
    karlb485

    Great stay, but not worth the price

    Visited for 4 days, stayed at the Lodge, and played all the courses hitting Bandon Dunes twice. I ate at the Pacific Grill, McNeese Pub, and spent some time in the Bunker Bar. First and foremost the staff was great. I don't think I saw anyone that didn't proactively make sure everything was going well and offering their support. Really a friendly and fantastic job. The golf course were all great as well although the several of the rounds were unmanageable in length (over 5 hours). While they tag us with GPS, they didn't seem to have rangers on the course to move people along. This was frustrating given it is a golf destination and the signs indicated 4 hour target. They need to improve here. The Lodge itself was nice, but less than expected. I was considering bringing my wife (who admittedly is picky on the quality of hotels where we stay) but the lodge is fairly basic. I would would say that it is basic accommodations - not great, not bad. I would say the resorts marketing exceeds what it actually delivers, but don't get me wrong that is probably due to over marketing vs. any significant deficiency in the resort. The more significant drawback for me was the price for what you get. At $350 a round for your first daily round and $150 for your second, we are talking $500 per day. It is about $100 less if you stay on the property (at $320/night for a single queen). We had a discount which was good as my son was 22 yrs old or under so he was free and it was on his . I could see that cost for Pacific Dunes and perhaps Bandon Dunes, but they are essentially overcharging for the other courses. They are all nice, but clearly each course is not worth the same $500 per day per person. While the trip was on my son's "bucket list" he agreed that it was great but not really worth the full price paid.

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