Golf Breaks In Wales

Wales is a fantastic destination for a golf break. There are plenty of options for all budgets including the iconic and popular Celtic Manor which was host to the 2010 Ryder Cup. Other venues include The Vale Resort in South Wales, which includes a comprehensive Spa and is ideal for a weekend getaway. Beyond stay and play resorts, we can also help with tours in places such as Cardiff or get you on to bucket list courses like Nefyn, Royal Porthcawl and Royal St. David.

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Why play golf in Wales?

With over 180 courses ranging from championship links courses to nine-hole par threes, Wales golf holidays can offer a golfing experience to suit players of all abilities and aspirations. Most of the courses are in the South and Northern parts of the country but wherever you visit in Wales, you will not be far away from a stunning and historic golf course.

Where to stay in Wales?

Several of the courses mentioned above have their own accommodation on-site but if you prefer to stay in a town with more restaurants, bars and places of entertainment, you won’t be far away from great golf courses. This is particularly true if you book accommodation in Cardiff, Swansea or Newport, which are all in easy driving distance of some stunning bucket list courses.

What are the local attractions to exlore?

The most popular attraction in Wales is Snowdonia which consists of 14 mountain peaks that reach above 3,000 feet. Another National Park, Brecon Beacons, is set within 520 square miles and features caves and waterfalls to explore. Wales is also blessed with a large number of unique and beautiful castles to visit, the most famous of which are Conwy, Caernarfon and Cardiff.

Where can the best nightlife be found?

Cardiff is by far the most popular destination for a night out in Wales. This is especially popular when a sporting event takes place at the national stadium such as a Welsh rugby international match. Whether you’re looking for a trendy pub or thumping nightclub, the vibrant night scene in Cardiff caters to all tastes.




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