Bodmin, Cornwall PL30 5AQ
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
Rural countryside and woodland.
J. Hamilton Stutt
22 miles E of Newquay
Travelling west on the A30 (Exeter - Penzance road), take the Bodmin exit and follow signs for Bodmin town centre. Close to town centre turn left onto the B3268, direction Lostwithiel, and go up the hill. After 1 mile, Lanhydrock Golf Club is on your right (just before the B3268 crosses over the A30).
Lanhydrock Hotel & Golf Club enjoys a reputation as home to one of the best inland courses in Cornwall. Located in the very heart of the county, and now boasting an on-site luxury hotel, the layout is surrounded by picturesque, rolling countryside, with many excellent views to be enjoyed. In its relatively sheltered and partly wooded valley, Lanhydrock has been skilfully moulded into the softly undulating landscape. Although not long by modern standards, it is a course that offers an enjoyable challenge to golfers of all abilities.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire.
Very close to Lanhydrock Golf is a magnificent late Victorian country house, now a National Trust property, open to the public. Lanhydrock House is unquestionably one of the most impressive (and popular) historic houses in Cornwall. Built of local grey slate and granite around an inner courtyard, the house dates to 1640, though most of the current building was the result of rebuilding after a fire in 1881. 50 rooms are open to the public, including extensive servants' quarters.
Lostwithiel Road, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 5AQ
+44 (0)1208 262 570Visit website
The key to Lanhydrock Hotel is affordable luxury and the owners have been creatively involved at all levels of it's design and build. The personal touch is the overriding ethos within the hotel and interior designers have worked closely with the owners to produce a range of relaxing interiors.
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