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Golf Breaks in the South West of England at St Mellion

South West England Golf Breaks


Experience Golfing Excellence in South West England


Are you searching for an unparalleled golfing escapade? Look no further than the captivating landscapes of South West England, a true haven for golf enthusiasts seeking a golfing experience beyond compare.
Discover the allure of some of the country's most...
South West England Golf Breaks

Experience Golfing Excellence in South West England


Are you searching for an unparalleled golfing escapade? Look no further than the captivating landscapes of South West England, a true haven for golf enthusiasts seeking a golfing experience beyond compare.
Discover the allure of some of the country's most sought-after golf courses, including the iconic St Enodoc Golf Club and the breathtaking Saunton Golf Club. Both courses promise a challenging yet rewarding round of golf, offering panoramic views of the picturesque countryside that will leave you mesmerized.
Indulge in a comfortable stay at one of the many golf accommodations available, ranging from luxurious golf resorts to inviting golf hotels, ensuring an option for every budget and preference. Enjoy the luxury of the St Mellion International Resort or the charm of the Bovey Castle Hotel and Golf Resort, each providing a memorable stay in the heart of South West England.
Make the most of your passion for golf with the abundance of unlimited golf packages offered by various golf resorts and hotels in the region, allowing you to relish unlimited play at your leisure.
Elevate your golfing experience with meticulously crafted golf tours designed to take you through some of the region's finest golf courses, providing accommodation, transportation, and ample opportunities to perfect your swing.
Whether you are planning a rejuvenating golf break or an unforgettable golf holiday in England, South West England is the perfect destination. With its breathtaking scenery, top-notch golf courses, and vibrant nightlife, it's no surprise that golf enthusiasts worldwide flock to this captivating region year after year.


​Popular golf breaks in South West England:

  • St Enodoc Golf Club (Church)
  • Saunton Golf Club (East)
  • Burnham & Berrow Golf Club (Championship)
  • St Mellion Golf Club (Nicklaus)
  • Trevose Golf Club (Championship)
Officially the 87th best golf course in the World, 28th in the UK, 11th in England, and #1 in Cornwall. St Enodoc Golf Club is a links course of perfection on the northern Cornish coast, boasting spectacular views overlooking the river Camel and outwards into the Atlantic Ocean.
Saunton East is a wonderfully designed link set on the North Devon coastline and is widely regarded as one of the UK’s finest courses. The highly regarded East course was formed in the 1920s via the design of Herbert Fowler, who also created the wonderful 36-hole layouts at Walton Heath and The Berkshire. 
Burnham & Berrow Golf Club is a 27-hole members golf club Part of the Atlantic Links network, Burnham houses 27 holes of golf across the par 71 (6925 yards) Championship course and nine holes, 18 tee Channel Course. The traditional links track 9 holes along the coastline and nine back to the clubhouse. The wind is more than capable of swirling on the links meaning no two rounds are ever the same at this breathtaking course.
St Mellion is the finest parkland course in the Southwest and one of the highest rated in England. St Mellion is one of Jack Nicklaus’s finest creations, and his genius is evident as you make your way through 18 holes of uninterrupted brilliance. A course was picking a driver from the tee on each par 4 and 5 won’t do. Jack has designed a course for the golfer’s mindset. Placement is key, starting from the 2nd (par 5) tee, where a long iron/wood will be the only option to set up the hole.
Trevose Country Club is the biggest golfing name in the Southwest. The Championship Course reaches out across 7,079 yards of rugged links. The course comprises two 9-hole loops, typical of a Colt design. The front nine holes offer beautiful views of the Atlantic, tight to the seafront. The back nine holes pull you more inland, but no less exciting, a real test of golf.


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Popular accommodations in South West England:
  • Manor house and Ashbury Hotel, Devon
  • St Mellion Estate, Cornwall
  • The Dorset Golf and Country Club, Dorset
  • The Headland Hotel & Spa
  • Tregenna Castle Resort
Set in the heart of Devon, The Manor House and Ashbury Hotels offer a break like no other. The two hotels, located just 2 miles apart, offer an outstanding choice of over 70 sports, crafts, leisure, and spa activities. Guests are welcome to use the facilities at either hotel throughout their stay, offering even more opportunities to participate in activities. Whether you try one of their tutored activities, a new craft, or unwind in the Hydro Spa, everything at the Manor & Ashbury Hotels is catered for you.
Experience warm Cornish hospitality in the most captivating surroundings. St. Mellion Estate offers a veritable collection of exceptional golf, leisure, and conference facilities, complemented by an inspiring range of accommodation and dining options. A firm bucket list favourite!
Their 12 Luxury Log Homes are less than 150 yards from our fantastic clubhouse and golf courses. Their log homes are the perfect base for your next golfing holiday; every stay includes free golf on their superb 27 holes of Championship Golf across their Woodland, Lakeland, and Parkland courses. The Fairy Tale Scandinavian-style houses at the Dorset Resort are very different buildings not often seen in the English Countryside.
The Headland Hotel & Spa is stylish, elegant, and unique. The Headland Hotel & Spa is a luxury hotel in Newquay with private cottages set on an exclusive clifftop overlooking the Fistral beach. It offers the perfect blend of discreet English ambience and decadent hospitality, individually designed luxury hotel rooms and suites with ocean views, rosette-worthy dining, and indulgent pampering and wellness at the spa.


After the golf:

Are you looking for some exciting things to do after a day of golfing in South West England? You're in luck!

This region has a vibrant nightlife that's sure to keep you entertained.

From trendy bars to bustling nightclubs, there's something for everyone. And if you're looking for local attractions, you won't be disappointed.

South West England has stunning natural beauty, historical landmarks, and charming villages.

Stroll through the picturesque countryside, visit the famous Stonehenge, or explore the vibrant city of Bristol.

And remember the region's rich cultural heritage.

South West England has everything from traditional folk music to contemporary art.

So why not make the most of your trip and immerse yourself in all that this region has to offer?

Travelling to South West England:
South West England is pretty easy to access via:
  • Car.
  • Taxi.
  • Uber.
  • Train.
  • Coach.
Travel time varies depending on where you're travelling from.
South West England - Weather Guide :

South West England experiences a temperate maritime climate due to its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean.

This region is known for its mild temperatures, relatively high precipitation, and often changeable weather patterns. 

Golfing enthusiasts can enjoy the sport year-round in South West England, but some months are more suitable than others due to weather considerations.
The hottest months to play golf in South West England are typically July and August. During this period, temperatures can reach the mid to high 20s Celsius, providing comfortable conditions for golfers.
The coldest months for golfers in South West England are December to February. While the temperatures rarely drop to freezing levels, it can still be quite chilly, especially in the early mornings and late afternoons. 
The best times to golf in South West England are during the spring (April to June) and early autumn (September to October). The weather is generally mild during these months, and there is less rainfall compared to the wetter winter and early spring months.
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