The North boasts some of Wales’ most stunning golf courses, many of which neighbour UNESCO World Heritage sites, unbeatable adventure activities and some of Wales' most luxurious accommodation. Here’s inspiration for the those clients looking for a three to four day golf tour in North Wales with recommended hotels and activities, all located within 1hr drive from one another.

Bull Bay Golf Club

Regarded as one of the best golf courses in North Wales, Bull Bay Golf Club offers panoramic sea and mountain views from not only the fairway, but also from the welcoming Clubhouse that sits along the coast at the end of the 18th-hole. 

 

Conwy Golf Club

Set in a spectacular location along the North Wales coastline, Conwy Golf Club is home to breathtaking fairways and subtle borrows, which give the course its unique appearance while also challenging the golfers who play it. Although it is a championship links golf course, it welcomes golfers of all abilities, from beginners to champions.

Golfer on Conwy's golf course

Maesdu Golf Club

Boasting an 18-hole championship course, Maesdu Golf Club has breathtaking 360-views across Conwy Bay to the dramatic mountains of Snowdonia National Park. With its immaculate fairways and challenging greens, this course offers a true test to golfers of all abilities. 

Accommodation

Bodysgallen Hall (10min) ☆☆☆☆

The Bulkeley Hotel (30min) ☆☆☆

The Bull – Beaumaris (30min) ☆☆☆☆

Castle Hotel - Conwy (10min) ☆☆☆☆

Celtic Royal Hotel (30min) ☆☆☆

Chateau Rhianfa (30min) ☆☆☆☆

Hilton Garden Inn (15min) ☆☆☆☆

The Quay Hotel & Spa (10min) ☆☆☆☆

Royal Victoria Hotel (30min) ☆☆☆

 

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An external view of a grand chateau framed with trees and foliage.
A bedroom at a hotel with views of a surf lagoon out the windows.

Chateau Rhianfa and Hilton Garden Inn

Beyond the Golf Course 

All activities are a easily accessible within 1hr from the courses and hotels listed above.

Adventure Parc Snowdonia: Adventure Parc Snowdonia is a hub of award-winning adventures in North Wales. It's home to the world's first inland surf, an Adrenaline Indoors facility, and many other off-site activities like rock-climbing, mountain biking and paddle boarding.

People wearing safety harnesses scaling a climbing wall in an adventure parc.
2 people on a surfboard doing a high five.

Adventure Parc Snowdonia

Beaumaris Castle: Often referred to as the 'great unfinished masterpiece,' this historic castle is the last and largest of King Edward 1’s Welsh fortresses. It is beautifully located on Anglesey, overlooking the Menai Strait and affording wonderful views across the Snowdonia Mountains.

Caernarfon Castle: Caernarfon Castle was designed to be a fortress as well as a palace and administrative center. The castle and surrounding walls have received UNESCO World Heritage Site status and is regarded as one of the most imposing medieval structures in Wales due to its size.

Conwy Castle: Also built by King Edward I, Conway Castle is now regarded as an UNESCO World Heritage Site and features two gateways, eight massive towers and a great bow-shaped hall all waiting to be explored.

Beaumaris, Caernarfon and Conwy castles

Halen Môn Anglesey Sea Salt: This innovative food production business is located on the edge of the outstandingly beautiful Menai Strait and offers an exceptional cafe, gift shop and behind the scenes tours of how their pure sea-salt products are made.

 

Halen Mon signs outside the white building entrance with green plant and pink flowers below.
Shelves in a shop filled with pure sea salt products.

Halen Môn Anglesey Sea Salt

RibRide – Menai Bridge: RibRide specialises in thrilling adventure days in North Wales, offering unique tour experiences as well as a range of other activities. With a variety of boat tours to choose from, there’s something to suit the everyone, from the adventure seeker to the sun seeker.

Image of the suspension bridge with houses and trees in the distance, and a rib boat on the Menai Strait
A high speed boat travelling fast along a river .

RibRide boat tour under the Menai Bridge 

 

Zip World Penrhyn Quarry: As Europe’s longest and fastest zip wire ride Velocity 2, this thrill-seeker paradise rockets visitors on heart-pounding zip wires at speeds of over 100 mph at about 500 feet over a 200 year old slate quarry and a pristine mountain lake. It is also the location for Quarry Karts and the Quarry Tour.

Zip World Llechwedd: There are five adventures at this location including Europe's first four seater zip line. The exhilarating ride provides stunning views of the quarry and Snowdonia. Other activities at this site include Bounce Below, Deep Mine Tour, Caverns and Underground Golf.

Zip World Fforest: Home to Fforest Coaster, the UK's only alpine coaster. Weave three times through 0.83 miles (1 km) of track at speeds up to 25 mph. Also at this location is Zip Safari, Skyride and Plummet.

A go carter driving down a quarry with people passing by on zip lines.
Underground trampoline park in caves
View from the seat of a Fforest Coaster cart - with the track and trees ahead.

Velocity 2, Quarry Karts, Bounce Below, Fforest Coaster

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