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Address: the stables, saunton road, Braunton, EX33 1HG

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The Gallery Lodges offers accommodation in Braunton. Barnstaple is 10 km away. Free private parking is available on site. The accommodation has a seating and dining area. There is also a kitchenette, equipped with a microwave. A toaster and refrigerator are also featured, as well as a kettle. There is a private bathroom with a bath or shower in each unit. Bed linen is available. Ilfracombe is 12 km from The Gallery Lodges. The nearest airport is Swansea Airport, 55 km from The Gallery Lodges.

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Saunton Golf Club - Braunton - Golf

Saunton Golf Club - Braunton - Golf

Distance 1.41 miles (2.26 km)
Saunton is situated on North Devon's beautiful coast with the river, sea and golden sands as its background, making it unique amongst golf courses. These advantages are matched by the facilities at the Saunton Clubhouse and the welcome you will find there. There are two 18 hole courses at Saunton, both are traditional links courses, the East being the recognised Championship course. Whereas the West although shorter in many ways offers a more exacting test of golf. There are two putting greens available as well as practice grounds with a recent addition of a covered practice range to brush up on your swing! The Saunton courses are situated on Braunton Burrows which lie between the Taw and Torridge estuary and Saunton Sands.

Royal North Devon Golf Club - Bideford - Golf

Royal North Devon Golf Club - Bideford - Golf

Distance 4.98 miles (7.96 km)
The course is a challenging one, a links situated on the rugged North Devon coast, where its exposed position (it would be flooded by the Atlantic were it not for the pebble ridge!), multitudes of spiky rushes, naturally formed grassy mounds and oft deep bunkers pose a tough round. Don't be deceived by the relative flatness of the Northam Burrows. Within the clubhouse there is a museum of golfing memorabilia. Alongside the rows of "elderly spoons" and "feather balls" are literature and art concerning the club and surrounding area, some of it describes the clubs most famous son, J.H. Taylor, keen local golfer and 5 times Open Champion who played, and won with equipment similar to that on display!