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Where to Stay During a Golf Break in Wales

Where to Stay During a Golf Break in Wales

If you’re looking to take a trip with your clubs and play on a gloriously green lawn, we suggest heading on one of these golf breaks in Wales. Get away from it all with a good steam in the spa, or take the competition seriously and hone your swing. Whatever you’re looking for from your Welsh golf break, these resorts will deliver.

South Wales golf breaks

The Celtic Manor Resort

If you’re an avid Ryder Cup fan, you’ll likely be familiar with The Celtic Manor Resort in Wales – it played a starring role in the 2010 competition. There are three championship courses on-site, so even the most ardent fan will find something to sink their teeth into. You can even book some golf tuition if you want to improve your game or tackle the Footgolf course at Caerleon Golf Club.

Be sure to visit the Golf Academy, which offers custom-fit technology and is great for beginners and old-hands alike. After a long day on the course, tease your tastebuds in the restaurant, or treat yourself to an afternoon tea after a luxurious treatment in the spa. The choice is yours.

Vale Resort

With world-class four-star facilities, you’ll experience a luxurious stay that’s grounded in a welcoming Welsh environment at Vale Resort. Play at one of the two championship golf courses, swim in the pool, sweat in the gym, or grab your racquet and hit the tennis and squash courts.

If that all sounds like far too much work, you can take time to yourself in the spa, which offers a range of treatments and five bespoke relaxation rooms. Rest and relax, or ramp up the effort at this popular golf resort in Wales – you’re in charge.

Machynys Peninsula Golf Club and Spa

Machynys may be relatively new to the world of golf breaks in Wales, but it’s nonetheless a heavy hitter. The golf course is the first designed by Nicklaus in Wales, and overlooks Carmarthen Bay and Gower, so Instagram-ready views are guaranteed. Plus, the resort has already hosted twelve championships, and the Monks Island course has been voted the best in the UK.

If you’d rather not go golfing every day, there’s also a phenomenal spa that boasts reflexology and aromatherapy treatments. Meanwhile, the restaurant combines Welsh and French cooking with a skillfully curated menu provided by head chef Fred Guillet.

The Cliff Hotel and Spa

Overlooking glorious crumbling cliffs, The Cliff Hotel and Spa lives up to its name, offering breathtaking views across Cardigan Bay and Poppit Sands. The luxurious accommodation at this golf hotel in Wales will soothe tired legs after a long day on the golf course, and spa facilities offer the chance to relax and recharge in the sauna, steam room, hot tub and water hydro spa.

There’s also a gym – in case the golf isn’t enough for you – and a restaurant serving superb food that incorporates the best local produce.

Bryn Meadows Golf Hotel and Spa

This tree-lined parkland course at Bryn Meadows is great for golfers who are keen on improving their precision and tact – it’s about skill, rather than strength on this grass. Look out for the signature holes at the 13th, as well as a 227-yard par 3 over water.

Once you’ve golfed yourself out, head to Fusion Spa to chill out in the heated pool, jacuzzi, aromatherapy suite or Rasul Mud Room Chamber.

St Pierre Marriott Hotel & Country Club

The four-star St Pierre Hotel is a premium destination for serious golfers, offering two top parkland courses. The 16th-century gatehouse is impressive, as are the surrounding 400 acres of parkland, with plenty of space to go for a ramble.

Tintern Abbey and Chepstow Castle are nearby, as is Chepstow Racecourse if you’re partial to a bet on the horses. The spa at this top golf hotel in Wales is also impressive, offering a range of indulgent treatments for you to unwind and recharge.

Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel

The Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel is located near Bridgend and is perched on a Welsh hillside surrounded by seventeen acres of woodland which feature in Arthurian legend. You’ll benefit from views across the Vale of Glamorgan and – on a good day – across to the north Devon coast. Your rooms will be in the main building, a charming Victorian mansion once home to MP Arthur John Williams.

Expel your energy at the adjacent golf course or tennis court before relaxing in the sauna and steam room. Each room is individually decorated and staff are attentive.

Mid Wales golf breaks

Penrhos Park

Technically, Penrhos Park offers luxury lodges rather than hotel rooms, but this golf resort in Wales nonetheless tops many golfers lists of must-visit courses. Offering a home away from home and the chance to self-cater, these log cabin lodges are fully kitted out to the highest standard.

You’re also only one and a half miles from the nearest beach in Wyre Valley if you tire of the golf, and midway between Aberystwyth and Aberaeron. Make use of the leisure centre onsite with its own solarium, sauna and steam room, before heading out for a day of golf, sailing, fishing, riding or walking.

North Wales golf breaks

Flint Mountain Park Hotel

An easy journey from Chester or Liverpool, Flint Mountain Park Hotel has twenty rooms and a fantastic nine-hole golf course. This golf hotel in Wales is family-run, so never lacks the personal touch, and is great for getting away from it all.

Stroll through the grounds taking in the lush greenery or head further afield to explore the surrounding countryside, to make the most of your relaxing golf break in Wales.

After something a little different? Discover some of our favourite golf courses in South Wales and browse a range of alternative places to stay during your trip, on our blog.

 

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