Looking for the ideal relaxing golf getaway? A Wales golf break could be the perfect option for you. Wales boasts a great selection of courses, resorts and hotels and offers everything from adventure and fun to relaxation, all in a picturesque destination. North Wales golf breaks offer visitors spectacular scenery, exciting courses, and a very warm Welsh welcome. South Wales offers visitors the chance to play on stunning parkland courses in Monmouthshire, as well as incredible links courses across the coastline. North Wales is home to a wonderful variety of links golf courses, with over 50 courses such as; Nefyn & District Golf Club, Maesdu Golf Club, Beaumaris Castle on Anglesey, and Conway Castle. So, take your pick and book a fantastic golf get
Wales is home to remarkable golf courses, making it the perfect destination for a golfing weekend away enjoying the most of the great outdoors.
In recent years, golf in Wales has become increasingly popular with avid golfers, which is no surprise to us! Boasting breathtaking countryside, sensational golf courses and world class golf resorts, golf holidays in Wales are an unforgettable experience for all.
If you’re seeking a luxury golfing retreat, we recommend you head to the stunning Celtic Manor Resort, located just outside of Cardiff. This resort has three hotels, three championship golf courses, six restaurants, two spas and a variety of self catering lodges. It’s also home to the 2010 Ryder Cup and offers the ultimate year-round golfing experience for every golfer. Browse our range of Celtic Manor packages and offers to find your ideal golfing getaway.
Another of our favourite golf holiday destinations in Wales has to be The Vale Resort, located in the Vale of Glamorgan, set amongst 650 acres of Welsh countryside . This resort is the perfect destination for Welsh golf breaks and spa retreats. Home to two championship golf courses and an impressive luxury spa , this resort has something to excite golfers and non golfers alike.
Make the most of your golf holiday in Wales during the spring and summer months where you’ll see some sunshine and warmer weather.
Getting to Wales by car is possibly the easiest option and comes with many benefits. When you choose to drive to Wales, you can save money on travel and also have the opportunity to bring your own golfing equipment.
There are also a selection of buses and trains to get you from the UK to Wales if you don’t have a car, which can also work well on a budget.
Some more impressive Wales golf courses include Royal Porthcawl, located on the Bristol Channel, a notable world-class links golf course where each game is heavily dependant on the weather. As well as the spectacular Nefyn Golf Club, offering golfers some of the finest views and golfing challenges for more than 110 years. A Wales golf break is honestly hard to beat.