Celtic Manor Hunter Lodges
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Golf Courses at Celtic Manor Hunter Lodges
Designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior, the Roman Road Course was the first built at Celtic Manor and has been thrilling visiting golfers since opening for play in 1995. From the tips the Roman Road Course stretches to about 6,600 yards which is enough to test even the most experienced golfers and with forward tees that bring the yardage to a more manageable 6,000 yards, the higher handicapped golfer can also enjoy the challenge. The course is American in design with large bunkers and the odd expanse of water providing much of the challenge and with a fantastic variety of holes, some of which take you right past the imposing Resort Hotel, all aspects of your game will be tested.
Colin Montgomerie’s name will of course forever be associated with Celtic Manor following his team’s famous victory at the 2010 Ryder Cup but his association with the resort began long before then when he designed his championship layout that has become one of the best resort courses in the UK. Like the Roman Road, Montgomerie’s course scales its fair share of hills so taking a buggy is advised. With deep, links-inspired bunkers and plenty of elevated tees shots, not to mention the exciting par 5 3rd which drops away in front of your eyes into the Usk Valley, the Montgomerie is a golfing thrill ride from start to finish.
As the first course to be purpose built for the Ryder Cup, the Twenty Ten was under some pressure when the world’s best players arrived to do battle in late 2010 but with great variety and countless risk vs. reward holes throughout the course, it certainly lived up to its billing and is now seen as one of the best and most entertaining courses in the UK. With Ryder Cup mementos at every turn and a ‘member for the day’ experience that includes a pre-golf cooked breakfast in the Twenty Ten Clubhouse, personalised bag tags and post-round club cleaning, a day at the Twenty Ten at Celtic Manor is a really fun experience and a must for any golfing aficionado.
Accommodation at Celtic Manor Hunter Lodges
The Hunter Lodges offer all the luxuries and service of this five star resort and combine that with the exclusivity and privacy of your very own home-from-home. For a luxury golf break with a group of friends or indeed the whole family, the Hunter Lodges are simply ideal.
The lodges are nestled in the stunning Usk Valley, offering amazing views over the Twenty Ten Course and into the tranquil countryside beyond and with 4,000 square feet of luxurious and elegant interior design, as well as all the amenities and services you’d expect from a modern 5* hotel, comfort and enjoyment is all but guaranteed.
Boasting excellent open plan designs, the Hunter Lodges are ideal for those who wish to enjoy the resort’s world class golf courses during the day and private entertaining, relaxing and dining at night.
Each luxury lodge features four en-suite double rooms with king size beds, a spacious living area, SKY TV, complimentary WiFi access and a well equipped and fully functioning kitchen, ideal for self catered breaks, not to mention amazing leisure facilities including the likes of a indoor sauna and outdoor hot tub.
At meal times, guests staying in the Hunter Lodges can choose to venture out to the resort’s 6 sensational restaurants, get a takeaway delivered directly to their door, or have a gourmet hamper dropped off for breakfast, lunch or dinner. With Rafters in the Twenty Ten Clubhouse also right on the doorstep, a hearty cooked breakfast is never too far away.