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Celtic Manor Resort Hotel Wales - South Wales - Newport Set in more than 2,000 acres of beautiful welsh parkland, guests of The Celtic Manor resort hotel will find the host of the 2010 Ryder Cup delivers exceptional 5* facilities, luxury and service. Nearest golf course: 0 m Beach: 15 km Swimming pool: yes Celtic Manor Resort Hotel 7 nights +
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Celtic Manor Resort Hotel

The Celtic Manor Resort Hotel with its distinctive style and traditional decor offers luxury accommodation that includes all of the modern facilities that guests of a world class resort would expect.

Six sensational culinary experiences
Not to be missed is the memorable fine dining experience created by an award winning chef in the Terry M restaurant; however each of the resorts restaurants offers something a little different, from the lively and informal atmosphere of The Olive Tree restaurant, to the hearty country fare served in the cosy riverside Newbridge on Usk. Continental chic is found in the ‘Le Patio’ French bistro.

Luxury wellness facilities
Maintaining your regular fitness routine or trying something new, you have the choice at the Celtic Manor of two impressive health and fitness clubs that offer latest Technogym equipment, swimming pools, dance-studio, fitness testing suite and children’s Leisure Zone. Two luxury spa facilities include Europes largest free-form spa bath and provide treatments and therapy rooms in which to indulge, relax and escape from the world outside.

The Golf!
The resort presents the challenge of three world class 18-hole championship golf courses, including the Twenty Ten course, most famous for being the first course in history to be designed and specifically built to host The Ryder Cup challenge. A golfing academy, flood-lit driving range and two splendid clubhouses later makes this resort a must play for both beginners and experienced players alike.

Adventure awaits . . . .
If you are looking for something different, the resorts facilities include a shooting school, fishing, adventure golf, treetop high ropes course, tennis courts, mountain bikes and walking trails and after a hard day relax, unwind and share your experiences in the resorts unique selection of inviting bars.

Top 3 reasons for choosing the Celtic Manor Resort Hotel
1. Three 18-hole golf courses, including the 2010 Ryder Cup course
2. Award winning luxury spa’s and fitness facilities
3. Six resort restaurants including an a 3 AA Rosette awarded restaurant

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Features
Nearest golf course: 0 m
Internet: yes
Beach: 15 km
Shops/restaurants: 30 km
Swimming pool: yes
Airport: 50 km (Cardiff)
Airco: yes
Airport: 160 km (Birmingham)
Apartment
Comfortable bathroom with bath and/or shower
1 bedroom
24-hour room service
Airco
Balcony/terrace
Hair drier
Internet access
WiFi internet access
Minibar
Pay TV
Safe
Satellite TV
Telephone
Facilities
Bar
Children's playground
Dry cleaning service
Elevator
Fitness/gym
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Kids' swimming pool
Multiple restaurants
Spa & wellness centre
Tennis
South Wales Romantic getaway, golfing escape or child friendly family fun, you will find picturesque landscapes, historic legendary castles, cosmopolitan cities, impressive golf courses and modern sporting events are all waiting to be discovered in South Wales. The home of Welsh Rugby and the 38th Ryder Cup Tournament in 2012, this is a dynamic holiday destination.

Holidaying in South Wales
Magic, myths, and castles set against a backdrop of stunning mountain and costal scenery are impossible to ignore, as you start your adventure into South Wales. The coastline includes some of the UK’s top rated Blue Flag beaches meaning that you are never very far from sandy beaches or dramatic cliff faces.
“The Valleys” will have you standing on top of a mountain in the morning and exploring the coal face at the bottom of a mine in the afternoon. The Wye Valley waits your arrival with more castles per square mile to be discovered and explored than any other location in Britain.

Walking, climbing, cycling, caving, surfing and pony trekking are only a few of the exciting activities available, and when set against the beautiful and imposing landscape alongside the diverse wildlife, scenery and excitement blend seamlessly.

The Capital, Cardiff is popular with holidaymakers, tourists, sports and music fans with its exciting choice of shops, pubs, bars, nightclubs and restaurants and you will also find the Millennium stadium here hosting major sporting and music events.
 
Golf in South Wales
Host of the 38th Ryder Cup in 2012, golf in South Wales does not start and end here; this is home to some of the world’s top links courses designed and built to challenge and delight golfers of all levels and abilities on the greenest of greens.
 
Sunshine in South Wales
The weather in South Wales is unpredictable and it does rain. The difference in South Wales is that due to the close proximity of the mountains and coast, the weather can be localised and subject to change very quickly. The months of May, June, July, August and September are generally the driest, warmest months with the main summer temperature averaging around 20°C.
 
Regional Cuisine
There is an amazing choice when it comes to local cuisine; the quality of the meat, fish, seafood produced here makes every meal an exciting experience. Culinary delights are created using the freshest seasonal ingredients, sourced from local farmers markets and producers with a proud tradition and history that incorporates modern technologies and techniques.

Land, sea or air
Excellent travel links make getting to this area and travelling around simple. Cardiff International airport connects the area with Europe and beyond, whilst a well sign posted road network ensures you will not miss your destination or beauty spot on the way.
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Features
 
Celtic Manor Resort - The Twenty Ten course

The vision was to create unique Ryder Cup venue and through the collaboration between golf course architects, tour pros and the European PGA, the vision became a legendary reality.

The variety on this course has been created with the cleaver combination of hilly landscape and the more traditional links-like features of the estuary, blended together to create a tough and exciting challenge.

Many of the holes on the outward nine have a links-like feel and with water influencing play on half of the holes, the creation of six signature holes creates a formidable challenge.

This exciting experience only gets better as within the 2,000 acres of stunning parkland that is the Celtic Manor Resort, as there are two further 18-hole championship courses; The par 69 Montgomerie Course designed by the legendary Colin Montgomerie and the par 70 Roman Road Course.

Golfing facilities include the Twenty Ten and Lodge Clubhouses, excellent practice facilities, Golfing Academy, Pro-shop and health club, but what else would you expect?

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Address details

Coldra Woods, The Usk Valley, Newport, Gwent NP18 1HQ, United Kingdom
Features
Holes: 18
Type: Championship course
Par: 71
Suitable for novice players: yes
Length: 7493 yards
Handicap m/f: 28/36
Design: EGD - Ross Mc Murray - 2007
 
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Facilities
Bar
Bar and snacks
Buggy hire
Snack bar
Changing rooms
Club hire
Club repair service
Clubhouse
Driving range
Trolley hire (manual and automatic)
Trolley hire (manual)
Lockers
Pitching and putting greens
Practice bunker
Pro shop
Putting green
Restaurant
Showers
Holes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total
White 465 610 189 461 433 422 213 439 580 210 562 458 189 485 377 499 211 575 7378
Par 4 5 3 4 4 4 3 4 5 3 5 4 3 4 4 4 3 5 71
Hcp 11 3 13 15 1 7 17 9 5 18 8 4 14 2 12 6 16 10
Including
7 nights in 2-person room
Based on bed and breakfast
3 rounds of golf p.p. (18 holes):
- Celtic Manor Resort - The Twenty Ten course (1x)
- Celtic Manor Resort - The Montgomery course (1x)
- Celtic Manor Resort - The Roman Road course (1x)
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