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Best golf resorts in Wales

Consider a golf break at one of our luxury golf resorts in the stunning Welsh landscape. Experience amazing golf, mouth-watering cuisine and more…

Chris Williams
Chris Williams
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With a stunning combination of championship golf, luxury spas, delicious cuisine, and relaxing accommodation, it’s easy to see why a break at one of Wales’ premier stay & play golf venues are a favourite amongst Golfbreaks customers.

From family-friendly hotels to luxury spa resorts, we’ve compiled a list of the best golf resorts in Wales to help you plan the ultimate bucket-list break.

St Pierre, Mathern Course

1. Celtic Manor

Home to the renowned Twenty Ten Ryder Cup course, Celtic Manor Resort has quickly established itself as one of the best-known golf resorts within the UK. Boasting three stunning championship courses – The Twenty Ten, Montgomerie and Roman Road, as well as fantastic practice facilities across the resort and even a miniature golf course.

Celtic Manor Resort

There are also a multitude of accommodation options, ensuring that there are always options whether you’re in a large group or with the family. Unwind in the five-star resort hotel or if you’re looking for more history on your visit, then why not discover the 19th century Manor House, which is equipped with 65 modern rooms and its own contemporary Asian-inspired restaurant. For those looking for a self-catering option, then the five-star Hunter Lodges are a perfect addition which can accommodate up to eight golfers and will include your very own hot tub!

Celtic Manor, Montgomery Course

Alternatively, just five minutes down the road from the resort resides the four-star Coldra Court Hotel, which offers spacious and comfortable rooms as well as an array of leisure facilities ideal for your golfing retreat. Enjoy succulent flavours at the on-site restaurant, The Rib Smokehouse and Grill, or chill out after your round at the Springs Health Club.

Coldra Court, Celtic Manor

2. The Vale

Situated in the beautiful countryside of Glamorgan, The Vale Resort is one of our most popular venues and it’s easy to see why. You will be accommodated with remarkable service during your stay whilst having access to two fantastic golf courses, beautifully furnished rooms, a range of dining options and first-class leisure facilities.

The Vale Resort

The two golf courses at The Vale Resort will have you pleading for more. The Lake Course is admired for its intricate design and beautiful holes whilst the Wales National is known for being one of the longest courses outside of the USA, measuring at an enormous 7,433 yards from the championship tees. Both layouts are classic tree-lined parkland layouts, with an abundance of water hazards and lakes to contend with.

The Vale Resort spa

After enjoying a long day on the course, put your feet up and relax in one of the 19 therapy rooms at one of Wales’ largest spas. Treat yourself to an evening cocktail at the Salamanza Champagne Bar and indulge in delicious favourites at the AA rosette awarded Vale Grill. Don’t forget, you’ll also have access to several outstanding leisure facilities including a swimming pool, fitness studio, gym, and squash and tennis courts.

3. St Pierre

On arrival to St Pierre Marriott Hotel & Country Club, you’ll be greeted with a beautiful 14th century manor house surrounded by 400 acres of stunning Monmouthshire parkland. Choose from two fantastic golf courses and indulge in first-class dining coupled with spacious guest rooms to complete your stay.

With plenty of restaurants to choose from, guests can enjoy a light meal and drink at the Trophy Bar overlooking the famous 18th hole of the Old Course, dine at the informal Cast Iron Bar & Grill, or even head for the Welsh Inspired Morgan’s Restaurant, renowned for its award-winning cheese menu. In addition, take advantage of the fitness club, tennis courts and the St Pierre spa to make this a golf break to remember.

St Pierre Marriott Golf & Country Club

When it comes to your round, pick from the championship layout of The Old Course, former host of several Tour events as well as the 1996 Solheim Cup, or the shorter, but equally exciting parkland layout of the Mathern Course.

St Pierre, Old Course

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