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Celtic Manor Golf Resort 

Golf  |  Where to Stay  |  Off the Course 

Relive the magic of the Ryder Cup, walk in the footsteps of champions, or simply unwind in the award-winning spa. This is all on offer and much more at the 5* Celtic Manor Resort. 

Once a derelict manor house, the Resort has evolved into one of the most exciting destinations in Wales, and while golfers flock to the rolling parkland estate to follow in the footsteps of their heroes, it is the vast array of activities on offer that keeps golfers, and their families, coming back for more.

There are no fewer than four hotels at Celtic Manor, including the iconic 5* Resort Hotel, and ten luxurious Hunter Lodges. Add in seven restaurants, two health spas, two fitness clubs and a wealth of leisure activities for guests to enjoy, and the only problem will be finding time to fit it all in.

Golf

The spirit of the Ryder Cup still looms large at the thriving resort, which boasts no fewer than three championship golf courses. The crown jewel at Celtic Manor is the Twenty Ten course. Opened for play in 2007, three years before the venue hosted golf’s greatest team tournament, the course is renowned for being in exceptional condition and will test every element of your game with water hazards and expertly sculpted greens coming into play throughout. Meanwhile, the Roman Road and the Montgomerie are both regarded among the top inland courses in Wales and will provide an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all abilities.

Twenty Ten

Set in 2000-acres of glorious parkland, the Twenty Ten was the first course built specifically to host the Ryder Cup and is widely considered to be the finest inland layout in Wales.

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Roman Road

Host to numerous European Tour and Senior Tour events, the Roman Road was designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Sr and offers outstanding views across the Severn Estuary to Somerset and Devon.

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Montgomerie 

The Montgomerie course opened alongside its sister course, the Twenty Ten, in 2007. An open parkland course, with dramatic drives across valleys, the Monty designed layout is designed for players of all ages and abilities.

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Where To Stay

Golfers will find a wide range of accommodation options at Celtic Manor Resort, headed up by the 5* Resort Hotel, which welcomed the world’s best golfers during the Ryder Cup. With the 4* Manor House Hotel, 4* Coldra Court Hotel and Newbridge on Usk 5* ‘restaurant with rooms’ all forming part of the collection, as well as ten luxurious Hunter Lodges, ideal for visiting golfers, visitors will be spoilt for choice when booking their next golf break.

Celtic Manor Hotel 5*

Opened in 1999, award-winning dining and world-class dining characterise the extensive resort, which features 330 modern bedrooms and luxury suites enjoying spectacular views over pristine golf courses and the surrounding Usk Valley.

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Coldra Court Hotel 4*

Part of the Celtic Manor collection, Coldra Court is located just a few minutes from Celtic Manor’s three championship courses. The 4* complex, on the outskirts of Newport, offers 148 guest rooms and an array of leisure facilities.

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Hunter Lodges 

The latest addition to Celtic Manor’s impressive collection, Hunter Lodges are the ideal choice for visiting groups. Each lodge can accommodate eight golfers and come equipped with luxury en-suite bedrooms, a hot tub and plenty of space!

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Off the Course

If you’re looking for a heavenly sanctuary to escape the stresses and strains of everyday life, then look no further than the two tranquil onsite spas. Immerse yourself in the ultimate pampering at the award-winning Forum Spa. Luxurious new treatment rooms, serene relaxation spaces and a re-imagined wellness lunch are all part and parcel of a visit to the Best UK Hotel Spa (Traveller Awards 2015). Meanwhile, the Ocius Treatment Rooms are just a stone’s throw from the resort and serve up a menu of relaxing and restorative treatments.

When it comes to dining guests are spoilt for choice at Celtic Manor. From award-winning cuisine to casual fare, there is something to suit everybody’s taste buds. The award-winning signature restaurant specialising in succulent steaks is the highlight of any trip to the resort. The 2 Rosette Steak on Six is bestowed a spectacular elevated setting on the sixth floor of the hotel. There are six other eating options at the resort, including the luxurious Rafters, set within the Twenty Ten clubhouse and the relaxed Rib Grill and Smokehouse in the nearby Coldra Court.

Whether it’s an exclusive stop off for a pre-dinner cocktail, a relaxed beer after your game, or the ideal excuse for a glass of champagne, there’s plenty of reasons to head to the bar throughout your stay, with no fewer than six dotted across the Resort. From treetop rope swinging to adventure golf, Celtic Manor offers a range of activities for all the family. Swing through the trees on the exciting treetop adventure course, have a blast at the impressive adventure golf course, or enjoy some family fun at the laser combat zone