Home of The 2010 Ryder Cup and host venue of the NATO Summit 2014, the five-star Celtic Manor Resort is set in more than 2,000 acres of panoramic parkland at the gateway to Wales. With two hotels – a 334-room luxury Resort Hotel and an historic 19th century Manor House with 67 rooms – two exceptional spas, two state-of-the-art health clubs, a shooting school, fishing, adventure golf, treetop high ropes course, tennis courts, mountain biking and walking trails, The Celtic Manor Resort provides a complete experience for business, leisure and golf travellers. A choice of six restaurants includes the fine-dining Terry M and the Newbridge on Usk, a separate country inn with six bedrooms.
In 2005 and for five years running from 2007 to 2011, the Resort was voted the Number One Conference Hotel by readers of Conference and Incentive Travel Magazine and was named UK Sport Venue of the Year and Europe’s Golf Resort of the Year for 2011. The Resort offers the challenge of three 18-hole championship golf courses, including the Twenty Ten course, the first course in history to be designed and built specifically to host The Ryder Cup.