Links of Wales
At a glance:
Experience historic links hidden in the land of myths and legends with a romantic backdrop of dramatic scenery.
Explore glorious Glamorganshire countryside, pretty harbour towns on the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline and the jagged peaks of Snowdonia.
Take quality time to find Wales’s rich medieval history, Celtic traditions and vibrant culture.
Enjoy authentic warm Welsh hospitality in laid back country inns and the most fabulous country house hotels.
Taste delicate Salt Marsh lamb, outstanding seafood, renowned cheeses and relax on the riverside drinking fabulous Welsh wines and locally brewed ales.
A journey for true golfers who appreciate old links golf as it was meant to be, set in the most stunning coastal and mountain scenery.
This is the ultimate old links course adventure for those seeking a less trodden and truly authentic golfers experience. Embrace the land of myths and legends and its genuine warm hospitality. Play hidden legendary Welsh links courses framed by ancient mountain and coastal scenery. Delight at Royal Porthcawl and romantic Pennard with views across Three Cliffs Bay, to Royal St Davids overlooked by its medieval fortress. Unwind and enjoy a beer or two at the 19th with the lively local members. Learn their history and hear their memorable stories from the course. Make your own extraordinary mark at the edge of the world at Nefyn.
Journey through glorious rolling Glamorganshire countryside to the world-famous Pembrokeshire coast. Potter around pretty harbour villages and fortified towns with rich medieval history. Catch a boat to enchanting Caldey, a holy island inhabited by Cistercian monks since the 6th Century, or to Skomer Island and its renowned Puffin colony. Travel North along the Cambrian coast to the mythical mountains of Snowdonia to find imposing Harlech Castle with its magnificent brothers that dominate this restless northern land. Each step of the way we will guide you to our favourite local eateries to enjoy the best gastro pub food and the finest dining in the land. Delight in wild foraged foods, Salt Marsh Lamb from the local estuary and lobster delivered daily by the local fisherman in the bay.
To catch the fairways at their best come in June & early July when the courses are quiet, with 7 days giving you the chance to properly explore the regions between golfing days. This trip is easily combined with a tour to the world famous British Open courses in Lancashire and into the borders of Scotland and beyond.
Call us today on +44 (0)1646 405060 to start planning your holiday.