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There is more to Wales than great Golf Courses. North Wales is Welsh through and through. This is a proud land that’s passionate about language, music and its history, with magnificent castles, railways and festivals. The scenery’s superb – fine beaches lapping the golf courses and of course the mountains, lakes and waterfalls of Snowdonia. All this...

North Wales

There is more to Wales than great Golf Courses. North Wales is Welsh through and through. This is a proud land that’s passionate about language, music and its history, with magnificent castles, railways and festivals. The scenery’s superb – fine beaches lapping the golf courses and of course the mountains, lakes and waterfalls of Snowdonia. All this and some great links golf courses makes golf breaks in North Wales and must do thing!


Popular Golf Courses in North Wales:

  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Royal St. David's Golf Club
  • Nefyn Golf Club
  • Llandudno Maesdu Golf Club
  • Porthmadog Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club is enchantingly set within the Snowdonia National Park at the mouth of the Dovey Estuary, and the links are wedged between the Cambrian Mountain range and the shore. Despite its old age, Aberdovey is not short, a true links course measuring over 6,500 yards from the back tees. It will test, and has tested, the very best golfers, playing host to a number of amateur championships over the years. 
The glorious setting for the Royal St David’s links at Harlech is nothing short of beautiful and romantic. If it is artistic merit you seek, others overshadow RSD. Once you are treading the firm fairways of this low-lying, relatively flat site, you are engaged in battle with an unflinching competitor. Instead, it impresses with consistency, fairness and all-round test. A class act with enviable atmosphere.
You’ll be guaranteed a golfing experience to remember here at Nefyn. Perfectly situated on the spectacular northern coastline of the Llŷn Peninsula, our 27 hole layout consists of an 18 hole Championship Course, which not only offers golfers a rich variety of breathtaking views and scenery, but also a constantly changing set of challenges which require, if at all possible, the golfers full attention.
Not many courses have it all: a Championship quality course, a hundred years of club history, stunning scenery, and the warmest of welcomes on the course at Llandudno Maesdu Golf Club. Nestled in this charmingly vibrant seaside area on the North Wales coast in Llandudno we are perfectly situated to provide our members and visitors a unique golfing experience.
Porthmadog's golf course has everything required for a great day out whether with family and friends or on a society golf day. The course is situated in Morfa Bychan, 3 miles away from the harbour town of Porthmadog. The front nine is predominantly heathland and the back nine links, with stunning views of the Cardigan Bay coastline and Snowdonia mountain range. 
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Popular Accommodations In North Wales:
  • Pale Hall Hotel
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Philadelphia Montgomeryville
  • Wild Pheasant Hotel & Spa
  • Frosty Towers Hotel
  • Clifton Villa Guest House
Palé Hall is a destination for quiet retreat, comfort and culinary indulgence. Situated in the tranquil Dee valley this grand, historic, high Victorian mansion has an idyllic woodland garden rolling down to the banks of the river. The spectacular Snowdonia National Park is on our doorstep. The hotel features eighteen luxurious, individually styled bedrooms with sumptuous décor, each with a beautifully appointed bathroom. In addition there are four charming garden suites situated within the estate grounds.
Small-town charm with Philadelphia city access. Their rooms are close to what you need in Montgomeryville/North Wales—Elmwood Park Zoo, the Valley Forge National Historic Park, and shows at Ambler Theater are all within half an hour. Explore neighborhood dining and shopping at Montgomery Mall, and enjoy free hot breakfast and WiFi.
Located amongst the natural setting of Llangollen, Wild Pheasant Hotel & Spa is a combination of old-world charm and the contemporary. Wild Pheasant Hotel & Spa is in an ideal location to participate in a number of outdoor activities including hiking, canoeing, river rafting and fishing. Llangollen Bridge, Horseshoe Pass, the Berwyn Mountains and Llangollen Canal are located nearby and there is a golf course within three kilometres.
Frosty Towers splendid position on Llandudno Promenade makes it well placed for the North Wales Theatre, Conference Centre, Llandudno Sailing Club and it is in within easy walking distance of a wide variety of shops, cafes and restaurants in the town centre.
The beautiful Victorian resort of Llandudno has so much to offer all types and tastes. Clifton Villa Guest House is only a few hundred metres from the shopping centres, cafes, pubs and restaurants  and with so many attractions of natural beauty there is something for everyone and we are sure our beautiful Llandudno Guest House will serve as a comfortable place for you to come back to each day.
After The Golf:

Llangollen & Horseshoe Pass Sightseeing Tour

Take the scenic route from Llangollen to Horseshoe Pass in style—by vintage open-top London double-decker bus—on this sightseeing tour.
With round trip travel from central Llangollen included, spin through the north Wales countryside and admire spectacular views of the Clwydian Range.
Along the way, stop for refreshments at a local café and admire natural sites of interest including Llantysilio Mountain and Marilyn Cyrn-y-Brain.
Portmeirion, Castles and Snowdonia Tour
See so much more of Wales than you could cover independently when you book this small-group tour, with dedicated driver and expert local guide.
Visit the model village of Portmeirion, Caernarfon Castle, Conwy Castle, Snowdonia National Park, and lesser-known sights such as the “Ugly House”, the “Smallest House in Britain” and Swallow Falls, all without the stress of navigating. 
Snowdonia & The 3 Castles Tour
Explore Snowdonia National Park and it's three most famous castles—Conwy, Dolbadarn, and Caernarfon—on this single day tour from Llandudno.
Round-trip transportation means that you can enjoy the scenery and relax instead of focusing on driving and directions.
Learn about the park's history, flora, and fauna through guided commentary as you travel.
Travelling To North Wales:
Flights from the UK are usually direct into North Wales.
The average flight time is around 45 from most Uk airports.
We can arrange transfers to meet your set tee times or you can hire your own car for while you're travelling around North Wales.
North Wales - Weather Guide

Spring is a good time to visit North Wales if visitors prefer the weather mild to warm and offers an alternative to visiting in peak summer. From March to May the average daytime temperatures are between 9°C and 15°C.

May to September is the best time to golf in North Wales.

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