Celtic Manor Golfing Resort Play Celtic Manor Resort’s towering Twenty Ten course needs little introduction. The scene of one of the most riveting Ryder Cups in recent memory is a world golf heavyweight which will test even the most able players. But that’s just part of the story. There’s also the rolling Roman Road and the Montgomerie (designed by the golf legend of the same name), two championship courses that look right at home next to their world famous sibling. A Celtic Manor golf break also gives you access to a high-tech golf academy where you can brush up on the finer points of your game and two comfortable clubhouses for recharging between rounds. Stay Celtic Manor’s accommodation options are every bit as impressive and plentiful as its golf. It’s hardly surprising the President Obama was a guest here not so long ago. There’s the five-star Resort Hotel, with its towering atrium, gourmet restaurants and bars and indulgent Forum Health Club and Spa. The recently refurbished 19th-century Manor House Hotel offers luxury on a slightly smaller scale while the brand new Hunter Lodges are a chic self-catering option for families or groups. What’s the deal? Celtic Manor Resort offers a range of stay and play packages, from one night one round deals to longer breaks that let you try your hand on all three courses. Head here to see the latest options. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items A Celtic Manor getaway The extraordinary Celtic Manor is a brilliant place for an action-packed getaway. Quirky Welsh golf facts Here are ten golf courses that all have a quirky fact relating to the club. Golf as it should be What makes a great golfing experience? We asked players what ‘golf as it should be’ meant to them. Not your average round Unique Welsh golfing experiences. 2010 Ryder Cup in numbers Discover seven facts about the building and design of the 2010 Ryder Cup at the Celtic Manor Resort. UK Operators UK based golf operators offering Welsh tailor-made golfing arrangements.