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Playing Golf In + Around Snowdonia


Cadair View Lodge accommodation is in a great place for anyone looking to come to play the “Cambrian Coast Cluster” or “The James Braid Trail” - the furthest course is about 60 minutes drive and many are lots closer.  See our Location Map to see where we are in relation to the courses HERE.

These are the nearest clubs to our log cabins.  And it’s not ALL about the golfers either!  Many of the clubs now suggest activities for non-golf-playing partners to enjoy whilst their “other half” plays a round of golf.

Why Stay With Us For Your Next Golfing Trip?

Play golf when you stay with Cadair View Lodge in Snowdonia, North Wales
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Aberdovey (Aberdyfi)

A beautiful links course where you can lose yourself in the game.

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Abersoch

Another links course named 14th best course in Wales by Golf Monthly

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Bala

Ten holes laid out on a plateau 1,000 ft above sea level and with fantastic views.

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Bangor (St Deiniol Club)

Eighteen hold championship course overlooking the city of Bangor with Snowdonia beyond. It is one of the James Braid Trail courses.

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Betws y Coed

Nine hole parkland course close to the river.

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Caernarfon

Eighteen hole (can be played shorter) parkland course with views of Snowdonia and Menai Straits.

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Criccieth

Elevated hill-top course with spectacular sea and mountain views - especially from the 9th tee.

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Harlech

Royal St David's renowned both nationally and internationally.  Ranked in the top 50 courses in Britain and Ireland.  Views of Harlech Castle, Snowdonia, Cardigan Bay and the Rhinog mountains.

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Llandudno (Maesdu Golf Club)

Eighteen hold championship mixed links and parkland course.  This course has spectacular views of The Great Orme and Conwy Bay. It is one of the James Braid Trail courses.

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Nefyn & District

It's 27 hole championship layout includes the World famous iconic "Point".  This course offers spectacular tees and challenges at every hole.  It is one of the James Braid Trail courses.

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Porthmadog

This friendly club has a course designed by James Braid, the genius course designer, back in 1905.  It is one of the James Braid Trail courses.

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Pwllheli

A unique part links, part parkland course located on the south facing coastline of Cardigan Bay.  It is one of the James Braid Trail courses.

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