Weston-Super-Mare is a great place to base yourself for a tour of the superb golf courses around the town. To the north is Worlebury Golf Club, which celebrated its centenary in 2008. Situated on Worlebury Hill, its location affords stunning views over the Severn Estuary, Wales and The Mendips, while at the far end of the course is the old Observatory, which was converted from a Windmill in the 1870s. This elegant par-70 parkland course was designed by Harry Vardon and is well worth a visit.
To the south of the town are three other must-play courses. First up is the eponymously named Weston Super Mare Golf Club, a challenging links that really is a joy to play and is notable for being open just about all year round. Next up is Brean, a parkland course with plenty of water hazards and last but certainly not least is the formidable Burnham and Berrow, one of England's most renowned clubs with two links courses, the Championship 18 and the newer, but very highly regarded Channel Course.
Away from the golf course there's plenty to do. Apart from its famous donkeys, the town has a lot to offer visiting groups. Weston Bay has miles of clean sandy beach, and a level promenade boasting superb views over the Bristol Channel. There is lovely coastline and countryside to explore, and Cheddar, Wells, Bristol, Bath and the Mendip and Quantock Hills are all within easy reach. Weston beach has designated areas for wind and water sports, and there are boat trips around Weston Bay and further afield.
Undercover attractions include the SeaQuarium, the North Somerset Museum and the world's largest dedicated Helicopter Museum. There is a wide variety of entertainment on at the Playhouse Theatre and the Winter Gardens to suit all ages, and an excellent selection of restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs.