Cottages open at Mossy Oak Golf Club

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday to commemorate the opening of the cottages at the Mossy Oak Golf Club (submitted)

The Mossy Oak Golf Club will now offer visitors a chance to stay on site in West Point when playing two of the state’s premier golf courses.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday for five new cottages, which are now open and available for rent.

Mossy Oak Golf Club Director of Sales and Marketing Gary Billington said each cottage is rented out with a common area and four separate bedrooms in each. Each bedroom features a double queen size bed, giving the property the ability to sleep 40 people at once.

“These are kind of these best options for golf groups, they enjoy these most,” Billington said. “Everyone loves the common area, which is a big sitting area, because it gives a great opportunity for everyone to spend time together.”

Construction on the cottages began in April as a partnership between Jack Haynes and Old Waverly Director of Real Estate Shane Williams.

While the cottages will be primarily geared toward golfers coming to play both Old Waverly and Mossy Oak, Billington said the cottages would also be available for big group events.

“We’re open to all types of groups, that’s the whole idea,” Billington said. “We’re trying to get destination golfers that travel all over the country to bring their group and stay and play both properties, but we’re certainly open if there are big events in town.”

The cottages will rent for regular rates year round, but will see higher prices per room for football season.

For regular stays, the price is $175 per night. Per night for a non-SEC football weekend is $215, while SEC weekend rates are $265 a night per room.