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Package prices differ depending on time of year.
Additional room nights and rounds of golf can be added to each package at an additional cost.
The Resort’s luxurious 5*Hotel opened in 1999. Each one of its 330 bedrooms are beautifully appointed and decorated, where distinctive design and traditional luxury create a calm and relaxing environment.
The selection of luxury suites are individually decorated with picture windows and terraces. Even more indulgent and sumptuous are the two Presidential Suites, one with a baby grand piano.
The Resort Hotel is home to Terry M, The Olive Tree and Merlins Bar along with the Forum Health Club and Spa, Forum Café and the Celtic Mall adjacent to reception, which features designer golf and leisurewear from the likes of Ralph Lauren, DKNY, Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger and Joules, ladies wear and beautifully presented gifts and souvenirs.
The Resort provides complimentary shuttles around the Resort for guests to gain access to our golf clubhouses and restaurants that are not located at the main Resort.
Guests at The Resort Hotel also enjoy complimentary telephone calls to national landlines, high speed internet access and complimentary use of The Forum Health Club leisure facilities.
Our beautifully decorated Superior rooms create a calm and relaxing environment and offer a queen size double bed and spacious marble en-suite with bath and separate shower. Choose from double or twin beds and the option of a balcony with fabulous views over the golf courses or Severn Estuary.
Long before the new Resort Hotel was built, the historic 19th century Manor House was recognised to be one of the finest hotels in the United Kingdom, winning the Egon Ronay award for the best hotel in Wales for five consecutive years.
Present owner Sir Terence Matthews acquired The Manor House in 1980, after it had been used for more than 30 years as a maternity hospital, the Lydia Beynon, where he himself was born. The character of this lovely property has been retained and it now provides a total of 70 traditionally styled bedrooms, including three with four-poster beds. In addition, The Manor House is home to Le Patio restaurant, the Cellar Bar, Residents’ Lounge, Manor Bar, Hedleys, and The Manor Suite, and is a popular venue for weddings with its romantic country house ambience.
The Manor House is set in glorious landscaped gardens, with its own parking and direct access to The Resort Hotel.
Guests at The Manor House Hotel also enjoy complimentary telephone calls to national landlines, high speed internet access and complimentary use of The Forum Health Club leisure facilities.
Manor Double Twin Share Accommodation
A traditionally decorated room with queen-size bed or 2 single bed and en-suite with bath and shower.
Facilities common to all rooms at The Manor House
The Olive Tree and Garden Room
The Olive Tree & Garden Room is a lively and informal restaurant, perfect for a relaxed dinner or Sunday lunch with family and friends.
The Garden Room is a beautiful conservatory adjoining The Olive Tree, providing an additional seating area for diners at The Olive Tree. The floor to ceiling windows make The Garden Room a bright and spacious setting, with a beautiful marble floor and contemporary furniture. Enjoy summer al fresco relaxing on the lovely open-air terrace in comfortable and stylish outdoor furniture.
The Olive Tree & Garden Room also has its own cocktail bar which is an ideal place to meet for pre-dinner drinks
Rafters Restaurant at the Twenty Ten Clubhouse
From the finest Welsh beef to fresh fish and seafood, Rafters Grill utilises some of the best ingredients Wales has to offer. This atmospheric restaurant situated in the Twenty Ten Clubhouse makes a striking statement with its contemporary architecture and solid cedar wood beams soaring high into the ceiling. The Resort provides complimentary shuttles for guests from the Resort to Rafters.
Le Patio Bistro at The Manor House Hotel
Our AA Rosette award-winning restaurant Le Patio, is a charming hideaway in the historic surroundings of The Manor House, echoing the simple, relaxed style of an authentic French bistro.
Le Patio features a fabulous menu of satisfying, hearty dishes that change with the seasons and define regional, homely French cuisine.
The cooking is of a rustic, country style and features classics such as Cuisses de Grenouilles, Moules Marinières and Crème Brulée.
Dress Code: Please note a strict dress code applies, with members and guests required to wear smart casual clothing at all times. Smart denim is allowed, but trainers, flip flops, rugby or football shirts and tracksuits are not permitted.
The Lodge at Celtic Manor Resort
Enjoy rustic British cooking with a Welsh influence at its best with a wide selection of dishes including succulent steaks, mouth-watering salads and fresh seafood at this stylish, relaxed restaurant which features panoramic views overlooking the 18th green of the Roman Road golf course.
The Resort provides complimentary shuttles for guests from the Resort to The Lodge.
Built to stage The 2010 Ryder Cup, the first course to be built specifically for golf's greatest team tournament, it measures a robust 7,493 yards off the back tees and has a par of 71.
With water hazards on half of its holes, the course has six signature holes and presents many more memorable tests and risk-and-reward dilemmas. One of the features of the spectacular new course is its variety with many of the earlier holes having a links-like feel with some long rough and greenside swales, before the middle section of the course reveals the full extent of the lake-lined challenge.
A tough finishing stretch culminates in a real sting in the tail at the 18th.
Roman Road, the first of the Resort’s courses, opened in 1995 and was ranked ‘the top inland course in Wales’ by Golf Monthly Magazine. This par 70 course overlooks the Severn Estuary with views across to Somerset and Devon. It was designed by Robert Trent Jones Snr and is named after the many Roman roads that criss-cross it, the design shaped to avoid disrupting any remains.
The Roman Road course was the host venue in 2005, 2006 and 2007 for The Celtic Manor Wales Open and the 2005 and 2006 All*Star Cup which over the two years of the event has featured celebrities such as Catherine Zeta Jones, Michael Douglas, Ronan Keating, Chris Evans, Jodie Kidd, Bruce Forsyth, William Baldwin, Alice Cooper, Meat Loaf, James Nesbitt and Jane Seymour.
Designed by Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie, the course measures 6,371 yards and has a par of 69. The front nine takes as its framework the starting and closing holes of the old Wentwood Hills championship course which were not part of the plans for the new course for The Ryder Cup. The back nine has been created from scratch on land that previously housed the 18-hole Coldra Woods academy course.
Throughout the new course, Montgomerie has put his own stamp on the layout. A traditionalist in design terms, the eight-time European No 1 has added deep pot bunkers to give the course a linksy look.
Spectacular views abound with dramatic tee shots over valleys and breathtaking downhill shots. Two long par fives, a number of short par fours and several testing par threes all add up to an exciting and rewarding challenge.
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