Located on the famously beautiful West Shore of Llandudno, the North Wales Golf Club has provided wonderful opportunities for golfers in this lovely slice of North Wales coastline for well over a century now, having been founded all the way back in 1894 by Cheshire businessman Tancred Cummins and Open Champion 1892, Harold Hilton.
On your outward journey, you will be playing for holes that run up against the rail line, while on the way back, you will get to enjoy putting along the shore, offering up some lovely views to accompany the great variety of holes.
Frequently regarded as one of the best courses in all of North Wales, this golf club is a well-kept one, offering pure greens and a number of iconic holes. For the back nine holes, the par is a meagre 34 - so you’ll need a bit of luck on your side if you want to keep your scorecard looking good.
Come for the twilight session (play any time after 3pm) and you will get to enjoy one of the most reasonably priced games of golf around - you will pay only around £15 for the experience! Perfect.
North Wales Golf Club is found on the edge of Llandudno, just off the A546.
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One of the most impressive sites of its kind in the world, the mines found within the Great Orme in Llandudno date all the way back to the Bronze Age, making them a whopping 4000 years old.
The Great Orme in Llandudno is a famous attraction in its own right – there’s the Bronze Age caves, the nature reserve and, of course, the old tramway and its museum. Everyone knows about the tramway, but less well-known are the aerial cable cars. They are no less spectacular, so if you’re in Llandudno, it’s well worth hitching a ride on one of them.
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A popular area for holiday makers this has something for everyone - beaches, scenery and plenty of things to do.
Take a walk to the end of the pier, make sand castles on the beach, ride the tram or a cable car to the top of the Great Orme and treat yourself to a meal at one of the many restaurants. Llandudno has a lot to offer and is a great base for exploring North Wales.
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