Celtic Manor Resort : Where to Stay The five-star Celtic Manor Resort is the obvious and luxurious choice for lodging when you’re playing the Montgomerie or the other two Celtic Manor courses.
Buggies MUST be kept to the paths at all times. The Celtic Manor Resort reserves the right to remove golfers from the course who are not deemed to be of a competent ability or who fail to abide by the conditions of play detailed above. We thank you in advance for your cooperation with these matters.
Please note until 30th April 2021 , the driving range will be closed 10am – 12pm Mon – Fri, 7am – 9am Sat – Sun, for hand ball picking. Celtic Manor recognises everyone’s game is unique and our team of qualified PGA teaching professionals can make sure your clubs suit your swing in state-of-the-art, custom-fit studios.
We have a special reason to celebrate as 2020 marks the 10th anniversary of the only Ryder Cup ever staged in Wales, right here on The Twenty Ten! Experience the first course in history specifically designed to host The Ryder Cup .
Take the M5 and exit at Junction 15 onto the M4 Westbound. Exit the M4 at Junction 24. At the roundabout take the B4237 towards Newport. You will see a large Celtic Manor sign after 100 metres, turn right.
Sir Terry Matthews
Guests staying at the Resort Hotel or The Manor House Hotel enjoy complimentary use of the facilities at Forum Health Club. Please find family swim times and health and safety guidelines for our Health Clubs below. Family Swim Times.
|Adults only||6.00am – 8.00am|
|Adults only||8.00pm – 10.00pm|
Pets are not allowed on site (except assistance dogs ). There are kennels operating locally and we can provide a list upon request, but inclusion upon the list does not mean or imply that Celtic Manor endorses that facility.
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Players wore a black ribbon during their first round in Newport to honour Gordon J Brand, who died at the age of 65 following a short illness on Tuesday.