Golf Courses and Golf Clubs

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The Storm Nightclub

Storm Venue, Pennygillam Way, Launceston PL15 7ED, UK – 01566 248090

Would only advise going on Sundays, it is free entry the rest of the week but it's dead

Trethorne Golf Club

Kennards House, Launceston PL15 8QE, UK – 01566 86903

We have been coming to Trethorne for around 15 years now at roughly the same time of year. Each year something changes and the place is refreshed. The changes can be subtle or obvious, but the over-riding constant in all that is the excellent attitude of the staff in all aspects of the venue. Green staff, bar and restaurant staff, front of house staff, housekeeping and managers alike all have superb attitudes with a "can't do enough" approach to their guests. My opinion, Trethorne is an excellent base not just for golfing, but for visiting Cornwall in general and represents really good value. Visitors to Trethorne should accept it is a golf club and not purely a hotel. It is easy there to talk to local golf club members and take part in the vibrant atmosphere of the clubhouse. If I were to look for a single improvement point, I would however suggest a review of the menu available. the breakfast and lunch menu's are absolutely fine providing everything you would expect. However, I personally would like to see a little more variety in the dinner menu. This year, there seemed to be a limited choice of dishes featuring vegetables, I hasten to add, not vegetarian dishes, but vegetables as accompaniments to the dish. Although the menu choices were totally satisfactory, and we found something every night that was appetising, a wider choice of vegetables would have made this more satisfying. Perhaps, seasonal vegetables could be added as a side order? All in all though, it can't be that bad though can it? As said previously, we have been coming for 15 years and have already booked for the same week next year!

We stayed two nights DBB and had three rounds of golf. Rooms were fine but a bit noisy early in the morning due to their proximity to a busy road. The golf course was terrific and if you are old timers like ourselves I would advise using buggies as there are a few steep climbs. Food and beverage was very good with lots of choice. Staff were very pleasant and helpful. All in all, we had a very enjoyable three day break.

Launceston Football Club

Pennygillam Way, Launceston PL15 7ED, UK – 07717 707561

Well looked after here

Golf Clubs

Trethorne Golf Club

Kennards House, Launceston PL15 8QE, UK – 01566 86903

We have been coming to Trethorne for around 15 years now at roughly the same time of year. Each year something changes and the place is refreshed. The changes can be subtle or obvious, but the over-riding constant in all that is the excellent attitude of the staff in all aspects of the venue. Green staff, bar and restaurant staff, front of house staff, housekeeping and managers alike all have superb attitudes with a "can't do enough" approach to their guests. My opinion, Trethorne is an excellent base not just for golfing, but for visiting Cornwall in general and represents really good value. Visitors to Trethorne should accept it is a golf club and not purely a hotel. It is easy there to talk to local golf club members and take part in the vibrant atmosphere of the clubhouse. If I were to look for a single improvement point, I would however suggest a review of the menu available. the breakfast and lunch menu's are absolutely fine providing everything you would expect. However, I personally would like to see a little more variety in the dinner menu. This year, there seemed to be a limited choice of dishes featuring vegetables, I hasten to add, not vegetarian dishes, but vegetables as accompaniments to the dish. Although the menu choices were totally satisfactory, and we found something every night that was appetising, a wider choice of vegetables would have made this more satisfying. Perhaps, seasonal vegetables could be added as a side order? All in all though, it can't be that bad though can it? As said previously, we have been coming for 15 years and have already booked for the same week next year!

We stayed two nights DBB and had three rounds of golf. Rooms were fine but a bit noisy early in the morning due to their proximity to a busy road. The golf course was terrific and if you are old timers like ourselves I would advise using buggies as there are a few steep climbs. Food and beverage was very good with lots of choice. Staff were very pleasant and helpful. All in all, we had a very enjoyable three day break.

Launceston Golf Club

North St, Launceston PL15 8HF, UK – 01566 773442

Lovely course lovely food nice people great day.

EXCELLANT GOLF EXCELLANT FOOD GREAT STAFF

Local Sports Clubs around Launceston

Find a local sports club or sports association including rugby, football, tennis, cricket, sailing clubs, martial arts instruction, badminton and gyms or fitness centres in PL15

Local Sports Clubs

Launceston Football Club

Pennygillam Way, Launceston PL15 7ED, UK – 07717 707561

Well looked after here

Trethorne Golf Club

Kennards House, Launceston PL15 8QE, UK – 01566 86903

We have been coming to Trethorne for around 15 years now at roughly the same time of year. Each year something changes and the place is refreshed. The changes can be subtle or obvious, but the over-riding constant in all that is the excellent attitude of the staff in all aspects of the venue. Green staff, bar and restaurant staff, front of house staff, housekeeping and managers alike all have superb attitudes with a "can't do enough" approach to their guests. My opinion, Trethorne is an excellent base not just for golfing, but for visiting Cornwall in general and represents really good value. Visitors to Trethorne should accept it is a golf club and not purely a hotel. It is easy there to talk to local golf club members and take part in the vibrant atmosphere of the clubhouse. If I were to look for a single improvement point, I would however suggest a review of the menu available. the breakfast and lunch menu's are absolutely fine providing everything you would expect. However, I personally would like to see a little more variety in the dinner menu. This year, there seemed to be a limited choice of dishes featuring vegetables, I hasten to add, not vegetarian dishes, but vegetables as accompaniments to the dish. Although the menu choices were totally satisfactory, and we found something every night that was appetising, a wider choice of vegetables would have made this more satisfying. Perhaps, seasonal vegetables could be added as a side order? All in all though, it can't be that bad though can it? As said previously, we have been coming for 15 years and have already booked for the same week next year!

We stayed two nights DBB and had three rounds of golf. Rooms were fine but a bit noisy early in the morning due to their proximity to a busy road. The golf course was terrific and if you are old timers like ourselves I would advise using buggies as there are a few steep climbs. Food and beverage was very good with lots of choice. Staff were very pleasant and helpful. All in all, we had a very enjoyable three day break.

Launceston Golf Club

North St, Launceston PL15 8HF, UK – 01566 773442

Lovely course lovely food nice people great day.

EXCELLANT GOLF EXCELLANT FOOD GREAT STAFF

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Local Social Clubs

Launceston Youth Project

The Orchard/Market St, Launceston PL15 8AU, UK – 07711 258838

A great little space for parties

National Federation of Young Farmers Clubs (NFYFC) in or near Launceston. Much more than just social networking. The NFYFC is one of the largest rural youth organisations in the UK. It heads a nationwide body of 644 Young Farmers’ Clubs (YFCs) throughout England and Wales with 25,000 members aged 10 to 26.
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