Norton House Hotel is ideally situated for travelling to local golf courses in Swansea, Gower, Llanelli and Carmarthen. Whether you are staying for a weekend break or a mid-week stay we can offer you the accommodation to suit your requirements/
There are great views and there are great golf courses, rarely do they come together with such perfection as they do at Langland Bay. High above the golden Gower sand is a cliff top clearly designed by nature with only one purpose in mind, breathtaking golf. The elevation brings 360-degree views, across the spectacular Bristol Channel in one direction, and the distant Brecon Beacons in the other. This is Langland Bay, where every drive has an astonishing backdrop and every club has a part to play. Keep your head down? You must be joking. The views are never the same twice, yet always breathtaking. The clubhouse boasts an enviable reputation for its warm welcome and unparalleled outlook over the broad sweep of Langland Bay. Langland Bay Golf Club Website.
Clyne lies at the entrance to the beautiful Gower Peninsula, the UKs first designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Clyne prides itself on the fact that they have all year round grass tees and championship quality greens. Clyne is listed among Peter Alliss’s 200 best golf courses in the British Isles and the course enjoys commanding views in all directions. Indeed, Peter’s father Percy Alliss was Clyne’s first professional in 1920. The venue for the 2011 Welsh Youths Open championship, the 2014 South Wales Girls Championships and the 2014 Glamorgan Men’s County Championship, the course enjoys stunning 360˚ views, overlooking Swansea to the east, the Bristol Channel and Mumbles to the south, the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons to the north and with the commanding heights of Gower’s Cefn Bryn to the west. Clyne Golf Club Website.