A great way to enjoy the stunning scenery and get some fresh air is by grabbing some clubs and heading out onto the fairways of one of our local golf courses.
Cornwall has offered a haven for golf players over the years, with many visitors returning time and again to visit their favourite course or to become acquainted with a new one.
Choose either a links course stretching out across magnificent coastlines or a stunning woodland course giving you fantastic inland views of the surrounding countryside.
With most golf courses offering fantastic bar and restaurant facilities on site you can enjoy a refreshing pint and a delicious meal on your return to the clubhouse.
If you are a single player looking for a game you might be able to enter a weekly club competition. Alternatively the club might be able to fix you up with another player of a similar handicap. Many new friendships are formed on the greens or over that 19th hole drink at the bar.
Trevose Golf Course, located near in the picturesque village of St Merryn, has been delighting visiting golfers since 1925. Courses overlook the north coast of Cornwall with fantastic views out over Trevose head to the Atlantic Ocean.
Choose from an option of three courses, a short par 3 course, a full length nine and the famous Championship Course.
A recently renovated bar with fantastic views await those looking for some liquid refreshment. The adjoining restaurant offers diners a delightful menu featuring local, fresh produce.
St Merryn located on the north coast offers visitors beautiful beaches, popular pubs and great restaurants. Check out cottages we have in the St Merryn Area
Two courses are available to play on, the Church course and the shorter Holywell course, ideal for those wanting less of a challenge.
St Enodoc has two bars complete with outside seating areas to enjoy those stunning Cornish views. An upstairs restaurant provides delicious meals overlooking the first and eighteenth hole with the sea views beyond.
This course is moulded around the natural contours of the sand dunes that form part of the Hayle Estuary and Porth Kidney Sands and there are panoramic views from nearly every hole.
One of the oldest golf courses in Cornwall, West Cornwall offers visitors a challenge for golfers of all abilities.
Looe Golf Course on the south Cornwall coast was designed by six times open champion, Harry Vardon.
Whilst playing the course visitors can enjoy panoramic views. To the east are the peaks of Dartmoor and the Tamar estuary, to the south, Looe Island and the channel, and to the west and north, Cornish countryside and moors.
The club offers all the facilities including a bar, dining room and pro-shop. It also has the reputation of being one of the friendliest clubs in the South West.
Situated within walking distance of the town, this is a challenging 18 hole course. Good drainage enables this course to be played throughout the year off regular tees and greens.
Offering stunning views of the sea, sunsets viewed from here are simply breathtaking.
Known for its quick greens this club is very popular with locals and tourists to the area.
The bar and restaurant are open all year round with a plasma TV and a large outside patio area with seating. Relax in the upstairs lounge room with sofas and a balcony overlooking the 18th green.