Take your time and get a stroke saver for shapes and distances on holes. My Caddy Tip - "There are a lot of holes where I found that a driver or even a 3 wood was too long.
Fantastic hotel. I played the and the Montgomerie courses, no holes were the same and they were all excellent.
My Caddy Tip - "Play to your yardage and go for the middle of the green, not at the pin. My top tip is to pay the extra and play the course.
There are no disappointments on any of the 3 courses. The staff went that extra mile to make our stay fantastic. Get it on your bucket list. My Caddy Tip - "Take good notice of the indexes and don't bite off more than you can chew.
I have been to Celtic Manor 3 times in small groups and think it is the best value for money resort. The staff go above the expected standard of service, the rooms are more than comfortable and the hotel is very restful and comfortable.
All 3 courses are challenging to the average golfer but I would not recommend a buggy, more trouble than worth as you have to stick to the paths and end up walking further.
The hills on the Monty are very challenging for the not so fit. Going back next week. Extremely slow play they had people on the Roman Road at one time, it took over 6 hours to get round despite the continuous warnings about slow play.
Lost golf towel while our clubs were in their care and they did not seem the care and only replaced it after 2 days and a long conversation with the manager. Due to the golf round taking longer than expected we missed our dinner reservation and was told we could only eat at the bar as they were serving food until 9 pm.
When we got to the bar at pm we were told that they could not serve us any food and we had to order room service.
This was not acceptable. Despite booking and having been confirmed as a twin room we were given a double which had to be changed. We were told check-in was at 12 am and 2 pm and when we got there they told us we would have to wait until 5 pm.
We had booked a buggy for all rounds of golf. However, we paid different prices each day. This is a must for any golfer. Fairways are long off the tee so you need to clear yards from the yellows.
Hire a buggy as the walking between holes is excessive, but the fairways and greens are amazing. The hotel itself is stunning and the choice of food overwhelming.
You must play here at least once. The courses are a decent test and in my opinion, very fun to play. The clubhouses are classy and relaxed.
The hotel is superb and the service within the hotel is fantastic. The room was lovely but they could up the food standards. For a hotel of this caliber the buffets were not first class and I would prefer waiter service and a proper dining room.
The courses were lovely but had tracks for the buggy's which then meant taking clubs over to where the ball was.
This was not ideal at all. We tried trolleys but again getting from the greens back onto the tracks was really difficult. I liked the Par 5 3rd hole on the Montgomerie, as well as the 18th on the but generally speaking found the holes on the with water to be the most challenging.
A tip for first timers would be to have a buggy on the Montgomerie. We had buggies on the but not on the Montgomerie and it would have been better the other way around.
Some stunning holes, can't remember which ones as there was so many. The quality of all the courses make you feel like a professional playing them. Total wash out. Service not as good as last time.
Golf and hotel were good. Have been to lesser high profiled places, which knock Celtic Manor into a cocked hat. Great Hotel the main Celtic Manor Hotel.
Everything was fabulous- food, service, rooms, etc. This ruined our whole day. I suggested to the pro shop that they should at least ask people of similar handicaps to play together, but the two people had no idea at all.
We felt we were holding the whole course up. These two hackers should not have been playing the Montgomerie Course at all, they must have lost about 20 balls each. No fun for us.
I took a party of 44 to Celtic Manor in June and could not fault the accommodation, golf courses and food. Superbly maintained golf courses.
Greens good but tricky. Rooms excellent. Possibly would not return as the air conditioning in public rooms is most uncomfortable. Food cools far too quickly as a result. What a place to play golf.
Everything you need. The course is absolutely superb but very difficult from 11 to Roman Road should not be taken lightly also and is particularly tough on the legs.
Will definitely be going back. My Caddy Tip - "Watch out for holes 11 to 14 on the Lots of water and tight fairways. Excellent customer service by all staff at the Manor. A must visit place for all keen Golfers.
Course in good condition. Confusing price structure- I received a special offer golf price via email but no one knew about it and it took ages to resolve.
I went to Celtic Manor with some friends. While there we played only 9 holes of golf but enjoyed it. The deal I was offered included bed, breakfast and evening meal.
The food was excellent. The room was large and in the Manor. The whole place was very busy even though it was mid week and not in school holidays. Staff were always very helpful and friendly.
Overall a fantastic resort. Service in all areas was exceptional. Have already booked for next year. The Manor house was terrific. Particularly liked the Cellar Bar and happy hour.
The breakfast was superb and the staff couldn't do enough to ensure a comfortable stay. Fantastic deal and all made easy by YGT. Venue is one of the best I've been too, and despite it being a three hour drive I've played here for the last three years, once a year.
My Caddy Tip - "Due to the amount of bunkers on the course being in the landing area of shots off the tee I would suggest clubbing down where you feel it calls for it.
Then you are in a much better position to play your 2nd shots over these bunkers. Probably be back but playing 2 courses in 2 days in mid summer was tough going for me so I need to plan better next time.
The main hotel was great, although the Manor was a bit tired with a few loud mouthed people in the bar there. The course was brilliant despite the excessive rain which filled the bunkers with water.
We did swear that we'd go back and play it in better weather if possible. I enjoyed the whole experience. The golf, our meal at the hotel and the accommodation all made the trip an enjoyable birthday treat.
Roman road and Montgomerie courses both have some great holes and some great views. I would recommend a buggy as the walk between some holes is quite long.
Would like to have played the course but it was a bit pricey. Your ability determines how many balls you lose. I would go back. All holes are good but take plenty of club on par three's.
Hotel was first class and well presented. Montgomerie was tougher than Enjoyed the dinner out facility with the courtesy coach ride. Hotel bedrooms were excellent. Less impressed with The Vale and would look for alternatives.
Courses were in great condition despite the poor weather. The hotel was first class and served an excellent breakfast. My Caddy Tip - "Watch out for the speed of the greens and attack them with your short irons.
Hotel and staff were exceptional, food and service outstanding. We played on all three courses, the marquee course being However, all three are fantastic courses and I personally found the Roman Road to be the most challenging.
The Montgomerie and Roman Road start from the main club house, views on the Montgomerie are fantastic though the course involves a lot of very steep hills.
The Roman Road is a lovely course and the holes offer much variety but everyone wants the , which surprisingly for the shorter hitting and higher handicaps proved very forgiving. Stay on the fairways on the Roman Road course.
The Montgomerie has some great holes and views especially on the 3rd. A buggy is a must to make the most of your day.
Excellent stewarding as they kept us aware of an imminent storm and made sure we got round ahead of it. Overall, a great day of golf. Great facility for all standards of golf. Hotel standards achieve customer delight.
Although the food and beverages might appear expensive the overall package is good value for money and we will be returning asap. The hotel was great.
Don't get buggy's as they are not allowed on the course and you have to stick to path so there is a lot of walking.
Where possible take your time and think your way round. Hotel was very good. Expensive drinks and food in hotel. Clubhouse and Pro Shop great location. Playing course should be on any golfers bucket list.
All of the holes were very good on the Celtic Manor course. I would recommend golfers to play this course at least once, and after once you would want to play it again.
The hotel was superb and the room I had was for just myself and it was fantastic. Spa and pool was beautiful. They charged me more money for my evening meal than I should have paid because they said I should have paid for the evening meal on line, even though I had confirmation that I would be charged less which was on my invoice from yourgolf travel.
Good value for money, excellent helpful staff and a trio of fantastic well-cared-for courses. A joy to visit and experience where a Ryder Cup was played.
Courses are very nice, would recommend buggy for the Montgomery. Resort hotel, facilities and restaurant were excellent. Would love to go back on a sunny day.
Lovely course and friendly staff at the venue. Would highly recommend the associated restaurant on the Usk, amazing. Pool was disappointing, as no where near as big as the images portrayed.
Top hotel, been there many times. Little peeved to have to pay for parking in a hotel now as a resident. The food was exceptional and I found both club houses relaxing, well stocked and with genuine staff to help your every need.
The course was a fantastic experience but we also very much enjoyed the Montgomery and Roman Road course. The greens are true and a lot faster than we are used to.
The driving range is also great as is the accommodation. All the staff we interacted with were friendly and helpful which we appreciated. The experience was fantastic, from the moment you arrive to the time you leave the club house.
I found the course to be a real challenge, a little too long for my game. Every hole on the 3 courses is a good hole.
We stayed in one of the lodges. Definitely recommended. The hotel was very comfortable and plenty of restaurants serving good food at them all.
It's better to play the same course twice, as one needs to get the correct line from the tee. It's easy to take the line that appears right, but then find you're blocked out to the green.
Buggies must keep the paths, so if your ball is on the other side of the fairway, take two or more clubs when you walk to it. The last 4 holes are particularly tough and if you can manage them in 2 over par, you'll have a good score.
This was a great golf break with a comfortable hotel. The staff at the hotel were friendly. I loved the golf at the course, you were made to feel like a superstar by the attention given on arrival.
The course is tricky but possible to play if you keep your thinking cap on. It is a course which allows you to have fun but you need to navigate your way round it.
I loved the water holes and the uphill and downhill ones. The 15th is a special favourite for me. The 18th is a cracking finishing hole where you have to hold your breath as you attempt to go over the water to the green.
The 1st hole on the course was my favourite hole because it was the start of a brilliant 2 days. Don't come with any preconceived ideas, and you will be pleasantly surprised.
I could not fault anything about the hotel. We were well looked after throughout our stay and the food was smashing as was the service.
I would recommend this venue to any golfer. The hotel was excellent and there was a great atmosphere at the piano bar. The rooms in the lodge were first rate.
The golf courses were a fair test of golf and the starter was extremely helpful. The clubhouse was welcoming and the food was very good. The practice facilities were good and the practice green is a good example of the greens.
My Caddy Tip - "Ensure you spend enough time on the practice green so you get the pace right before you begin play. We found the resort hotel and its services excellent.
The golf courses are fabulous and would suit all abilities. A buggy is a good option for all 3 courses but I'm lazy and like beer. The food is also top notch. My Caddy Tip - "Enjoy the view and the company.
Life is too short to be worrying about bad golf. Played Roman Road and Montgomerie. Good tests of golf and in good condition. Accommodation was good too. Dinner was ok, but pricey.
Course was in excellent condition. Next time I would walk the course as the buggy paths are too far away from the course. Hotel was very nice and had excellent service.
All courses were completely waterlogged. There was standing water everywhere yet we were still sent out to play. We were given a voucher on the 2nd day but it didn't cover cost of green fees on returning, Restaurant was nice but pricey.
Hotel was ok, but nothing to get excited about. My only issue with the course was the speed of play. It took over 5 and half hours to play.
My mate had to leave on the 16th as he has to go to work. Hotel was fabulous and the course's were great. Tough for me only playing off a 36 handicap.
Would go back again. The course was fantastic, with a number of great holes. Both Montgomerie and Roman Road are also both good courses with some memorable holes.
The accommodation was extremely poor- dirty worn and low grade. The reception staff showed no interest. The course was so wet, it was nearly unplayable. The buggy was useless as the buggy path was so far from the playing area.
Rain on the second day so the course was closed. Would not think of recommending Celtic Manor to anybody. Favourite hole is the 3rd on the Montgomerie. Montgomerie: very hilly, played with two members who guided us round, otherwise we would have struggled to place our shots in the right areas.
A very slow round, 5 hours. Both courses were very busy, my wife and I had to play as a 4 ball - not ideal, but all players were in 4 balls. Hotel and restaurant were both excellent.
In contrast to other golf resorts that we visited on the same golf tour, every member of staff that we encountered during our stay was friendly, helpful and wanted us to enjoy every aspect of our time at Celtic Manor.
We would definitely recommend playing all three courses if you can spare the time, and are prepared to pay the extra for TwentyTen. Courses were good, although Roman Road is close to the road and I found this to be not so enjoyable as the Montgomerie course.
Unfortunately the meal and service at the restaurant was not good, but the manager did speak to us personally and offered us a glass of champagne as an apology.
The offer we had was incredible value. The staff were so lovely everywhere- the hotel reception, the bar, the breakfast waiters and waitresses and the golf staff.
Well done to everyone and thank you. Both courses were immaculate. They were a great test of golf to any handicapper. I like the 3 courses. My tip is to enjoy yourself, don't beat yourself up if you make a mistake.
The hotel is 1st class. Great food, spa and a farewell breakfast as good as you'll get. All 3 courses were great! Staff on the courses and club houses were very informative and very helpful.
The hotel we stayed in The Manor was disappointing and we had issues with some of the staff taking money off my card without my authorisation.
Hotel great, organisation great. The course is difficult for high handicappers. Well worth the trip. Great value. Played and Roman Road.
Thoroughly enjoyed it and want to play it again. It does take time though and having to stick to buggy paths is a pain. I would probably walk next time. Roman Road was quirky and would also like to play again.
Fantastic venue with the atmosphere to match. To play where the big boys have been really shows how good they are. Wonderful layout and views. Most memorable.
Hotel was nice, bar food was expensive, but nice pubs locally. Hotel was great, and it is much cheaper to stay with your golf travel booking than booking direct. Bought this as a gift for my mother for mothers day.
Me and her played the golf and then my father stayed the night with my mother. Course was great and my parents said the hotel was 1st class. Definitely recommend the Celtic manor.
From the moment we arrived, the service provided by the staff in all areas was exceptional. The organisation was first class and the golf courses in pristine condition.
My wife, who plays off 30, and myself both found all 3 courses an interesting challenge and particularly enjoyed the personal experience and excitement of the Room in the hotel was smashing, some fine bars and the course club rooms and the restaurants had a fine choice of quality food.
The choice of food at breakfast was second to none, and really set you up for the day. We had a really great time, thank you. Great course. Very challenging but good fun.
Unfortunately the hotel room was very warm overnight and I was unable to turn it down, which made for two sleepless sticky nights. We've played both the Montgomerie and the Roman courses.
Personally I prefer the Montgomerie because there are some very scenic holes, a handful with spectacular views. Some of the green to tee walks are very hilly. Overall Celtic Manor is a wonderful golf venue and the best testament to this is that my golf group, who usually never return to the same courses for our annual trip, have now been back to Celtic Manor for three successive years, and planning a fourth in The course at Celtic Manor is a 'must do' experience for keen golfers.
Expect it to be tough though! We found the main hotel to be very busy and were pleased to have reserved a room in the annexe which was much more peaceful. Hotel and staff were excellent.
Would look forward to returning. On day one 20 Ten treated us like visiting professionals. Good experience playing the Ryder Cup course but not easy and a buggy helped.
Hotel and restaurants super. Try dinner at the Rafters. Both Manor and Resort comfortable hotels. Montgomerie and Roman Road good test of golf. Staff across the resort friendly and helpful.
People with buggies take twice as long from buggy to ball and then don't have the right club when they get there. Extremely slow and when we played the courses they were not up to standard. I think there is too much hype surrounding the courses.
Plays on its name and is very busy. Suffers from fog due to its location. Although, the greens are good there are far better courses out there. Really nice complex, hotel was nice with plenty to do.
Rooms were nice and spacious. Courses were wet when we played them, still in good nick though. Would like to go back soon when weather is better. I have been to Celtic Manor three times in small groups and think it is the best value for money resort.
The staff go above the expected standard of service, the rooms are more than comfortable and the hotel is very restful. All 3 courses are challenging to the average golfer but I would not recommend a buggy.
More trouble than worth as you have to stick to the paths and end up walking further. The Ryder cup and Roman Road courses where excellent and tough. We should have pre booked our restaurants.
Our only choice was the buffet, and that wasn't that great, but that was our own fault. Drinks at the hotel are typical of any venue miles away from another bar, so we budgeted for this.
Found the course fair, with some very hard holes and some easy ones. A fantastic venue for a golf break and the hotel is very good.
Just play the course and don't try and beat it. Also, when it says it's yards to the green its to the front of the green, not the middle.
The hotel is stunning and both the Montgomerie and Roman road courses are tough but fair. You might even get lucky with the weather.
The Monty is my favourite with its dramatic elevation changes and it's always in tip top condition. The Roman Road has undergone some changes from when I first played there, but it hasn't done the course any harm.
Everyone is friendly and helpful and I look forward to returning soon. Roman Road was in nice condition. The Montgomerie was spoiled by traffic. It took four hours for nine holes so we walked off, back to the warmth of the jacuzzi.
Buggies extortionate and a necessity for both courses. Hotel accommodation was great. Room was great, the spa was awesome, and the staff couldn't do enough for you.
Evening meal at the hotel was a let down. Poor selection and quality, won't stay for the buffet again. I can only assume the a la carte menu was much better.
All in all a pleasant stay but won't play the Montgomerie again. Celtic Manor provides all you could want in a golfing venue. Stay at the resort if you can, rather than the older, but still very nice Manor.
The Manor was once a maternity home and is steeped in local history so you'll still love the experience. The experience is fantastic; the course may not be the most beautiful you'll ever play, but remember who did what and where and you'll have a thrilling time.
The other courses are very good; have a buggy for Roman Road. Many GPS devices are wrong on all 3 courses. Take a laser if you have one and buy a course guide. Although the Welsh weather was not kind to us, we still had a great time at the resort.
It offers great value when compared to other venues around the UK that have hosted big events. For anyone who went to the Ryder Cup, playing the course is a must.
It's amazing how many shots you remember seeing and how few you are able to recreate other than the Mahan duff on 17! Beware: The 18th hole is a very tough test on a wet day when playing into the wind.
My Caddy Tip - "Play within yourself. Super courses. However, did not play main course as we played the week before the rainy Rider cup.
Hotel was fab but we had upgraded to the main hotel and not the golf hotel. Really super facilities, food and golf for 2! Hotel was fine. Room was well appointed and very comfortable.
Beer prices towards the upper end as you would expect but not up to London levels. Good breakfast with regular hot additions to the self-service buffet.
Some significant walks available within the hotel itself! Strongly advise buggies as green to next tee, particularly on Montgomerie as it can be long and very steep! Great views and pretty good courses in good condition.
Hotel great, Manor House OK. I lost a golf club out of my bag after the staff put my bag out for the next morning before we teed off. My Caddy Tip - "Just keep it straight, no need for trying to hit the skin off the ball, just play within yourself.
The Celtic Manor Resort was brilliant, they can't do enough for you and really make the effort to make your trip enjoyable. Great value for money and highly recommended.
The course was a great experience. I found it great to walk rather than take a buggy. You have to think your way round the course as every hole has its own challenge whether it is lots of bunkers 2nd hole or water, hills, slopes etc.
Great halfway house and was very welcome at that point of the round. Clubhouse was great and had a great balcony to watch others attempting the 18th.
My Caddy Tip - "Think about what is in front of you and be realistic about the distances you can hit the ball. On the course all the holes had there own problems.
A good test of golf apart from hole Played the Montgomerie with a buggy, but didn't realise you had to stay on the buggy track all the time, which was a bit of pain. Hotel was good, breakfast was marvelous.
Practice facilities were superb. However, the courses were really busy, and the rounds were slow. All round service is exceptional- 5 star. Must visit and will again.
Pre-booking of meals is a must. Montgomerie was a big surprise. Roman was as expected. All three courses are a challenge but is something special.
All the staff go out of their way to make it a great day. Nice touches with your name on the lockers and a bag tag. Found the hotel a little tired and dated, the courses were good but we played when the weather was awful, blowing a gale and pouring down with rain, so me and my friends didn't really enjoy it very much, but I wouldn't mind trying it again some time, in better weather.
Resort hotel was great and so were the facilities and breakfast. Going back in September to play the twenty ten course. Play all three courses if you get the chance, as all are different, whilst still being challenging and in excellent condition.
I preferred the main hotel, although restaurants in the Manor were good. Although I usually walk, I suggest you hire a buggy if playing all three courses, as sometimes it is a long walk between green and tee.
This is Wales, so come prepared for rain. Clubs are well looked after by staff and will be dry ready for the next day's play.
No drying facilities in rooms though, so bring 2 pairs of golf shoes. Played the Montgomerie and the and was really impressed. The Montgomerie held some stunning views and was in really good nick.
The whole experience on the was worth every minute of the drive down from London. From the meet and great at the hotel all the way down to the use of the practice facilities and then the post round reception including club cleaning, made you feel very privileged.
Course was in top condition and brought back great memories of the Ryder cup. Great stay in Celtic Manor. Roman road was very wet, but it was to be expected for November. Hotel and Spa were great and I ate like a pig in the restaurant!
Outstanding place to spend my 40th, all three courses were great but the TwentyTen course was brilliant. The service of the staff was excellent and the little touches really made a difference- having your clubs ready each morning, little souvenirs and any request was catered to.
Off my handicap Montgomerie was the most suitable, but all were a good knock and it would be no hardship to return. The place was being done up so there was some disruption but it didn't affect the overall enjoyment.
Unfortunately, the weather was not too kind so the courses were not at their best. Very good value for the money paid and intend to return.
Great venue for both golf and leisure activities. All the wives and girlfriends raved about it all. The staff were very efficient and helpful during our stay and dinner on both evenings was superb.
Will be back. A very long course with some interesting holes, particularly towards the end. Great hotel and pro shop. Helpful staff. Would love to play it again in better conditions. They close the courses and stack you up on the ones they keep open.
If you are a 2 ball you will be paired with others. My partner was taken ill on the 1st hole of 2 days play.
He approached the pro who took his details but gave no offer for playing at a later date. Couldn't fault the place. Hotel on scale with a large Vegas hotel and impeccable service.
Course is as tough as you want to make it, as they have numerous tee box positions. Every interaction with the staff at Celtic Manor was abysmal. They really don't care about the customers. The Montgomerie course is terrible- an amalgamation of an old course and a par three course- with walks between green and tee like you wouldn't believe.
The pace of play on the Roman Road was so slow that we walked off after 9 holes. No one should go here. Golf great, staff great. Buggies are not allowed on the course so will slow up walkers due to 90 D rule.
Hotel was good but restaurants close early if your playing twilight. This being the 16th stay should in itself speak for the venue.
Roman road course wasn't quite as good. I would still recommend Celtic Manor to all though. Preferred the Roman Road to the Montgomerie, although both courses present challenges to both the low and high handicapper.
Overall a great experience and we are going back in October. My Caddy Tip - "Greens are testing, so take the opportunity to have a practice putt. Roman Road was brilliant and an underrated course.
We had a high wind that almost killed the game for us. My Caddy Tip - "Assume will dismantle your game and just enjoy the experience. Loved the Montgomery and the TwentyTen course was phenomenal.
I've been to the likes of the Belfry and Woodhall and they pale into insignificance. Bit gutted it's so far away for me because I'd love to go back.
Went with my step father, mother and my wife, we loved the golf, the ladies loved the venue and despite the food and drinks being very steep it was well worth it. I want to go back so bad I played the Montgomerie on the 1st day followed by the on the 2nd.
Both courses were fantastic to play, and although there were some holes beyond a mid-handicaps capabilities, it was fantastic fun trying them.
My personal favorite hole was the 10th on the Montgomerie, suits a nice draw. The hotel was very comfortable and the food and bars were excellent. Next time we go I would play the Montgomerie course and course.
Roman road was not one of the best tracks I have played. Absolutely amazing place, from the hotel to the courses. I can not wait to return to play the Fantastic course.
Great service all round. Definitely will return. The Hotel was fabulous with excellent facilities. The Twenty Ten Course is definitely the highlight of any trip to Celtic Manor so even with the added cost in mind, I'd recommend golfers give it a go at least once.
The whole "member for a day" experience is built into the cost and makes your day a lot of fun. My Caddy Tip - "Please book a buggy for us to use. I don't fancy some of the walks between various tees and greens, especially on the Montgomerie and Roman Road courses!
All very good holes except the 15th- making it a very short drive-able hole through the woods has spoilt it.
The other two are great parkland-type courses with a few spectacular holes. The resort is fantastic for a golf holiday- three courses in one venue and ample practice facilities.
Easy to get around with the set up at the hotel and some excellent restaurants. I played Roman Road and Montgomerie on my first visit and wished I had included the You are treated as an important guest from the very first moment you turn up.
Clubs taken and cleaned, car parked for you, all facilities shown and explained. You even get your own locker with your name on it. The hotel was also fantastic, but we went out to eat at a local pub.
Great Brains beer and good value food Hanbury Arms. I'd thoroughly recommend visiting Celtic manor, but now I've done the Twenty10 course I wouldn't go back as I want to try other flagship courses.
We would be interested in a night away, our friends are not golfers but wouldn't mind a night away if the price is as you say! Retired Scots. We stayed there last year and it was a very nice venue.
Went early in the season during April. All three courses were a pleasure to play. Definitely worth the trip down from the North West. If you haven't been don't hesitate.
It's golfing heaven! My Caddy Tip - "Make sure your battery is fully charged for the Montgomerie course. Nice hotel and nice meal. Courses a challenge and in excellent condition. Service was exemplary.
Rather annoying having to rigidly stick to paths in buggies. However, I guess this helps to keep fairways in good nick. I thought the Montgomerie was a great course, but the Roman road needed some care.
Overall though, a great golfing experience. My favourite course is the Roman Road. Definitely get a buggy for the Montgomerie. Hotel great for non golfers as well. The whole experience was excellent from arrival to departure.
The staff were completely helpful throughout and should be commended. The golf was good too. Hotel was great, and the course was challenging with the weather condition.
The personalisation of the trip was great- personalised locker and ball makers. We had a fantastic time at Celtic Manor and couldn't fault any part of the trip. The organisation and ease of booking offered through yourgolftravel means we will definitely use you guys again!
The golf courses were very wet following the recent rain but were still in good condition and certainly very playable. The Twenty Ten experience is one that we will remember for a long time.
The tour of the clubhouse and Ryder Cup team rooms was a nice touch as were the free range balls and club cleaning after the round. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff who were always on hand to help.
The hotel is truly 5 stars too; a real touch of luxury and I might even be forced to take the wife next time! Overall the trip provided good value for money but be prepared to pay out for food and drink as it's not cheap anywhere within the resort.
If you want a few drinks take advantage of happy hour at the Cellar Bar to ! We returned from our Celtic Manor golf break last week and wanted to say thanks as the break was excellent.
The venue and rooms were sublime, and the course itself was simply fantastic. It was a lovely experience and everyone had a great time at Celtic Manor, so thank you for helping to make it happen.
If you have any other deals for next year that you think we might be interested in, please so send them through. We played the Montgomerie and the Twenty Ten on our golf break to Celtic Manor and both courses have a fabulous layout and were in great nick.
The 3rd hole Par 5 on the Montgomerie is one of the most beautiful holes I have ever played. The Twenty Ten is also brilliant.
The holes with water are just visually amazing and also a great, tough test of golf. The greens were extremely receptive yet still nice and quick to putt on. Very welcoming in the Lodge after the Montgomerie and the clubhouse is superb too.
We loved the Ryder Cup changing rooms! We stayed in the Manor House and the rooms were top drawer, with great service and an excellent buffet dinner in the Olive restaurant; so much choice and all delicious.
YGT were brilliant and our golf break was a bargain. We will definitely be using you guys again. The weather was kind and the service offered by your company was second to none.
We were blown away by the resort on the whole. All the golf courses were fantastic with the Twenty Ten in particularly good condition ahead of the upcoming Welsh Open.
I will have no problem telling friends to go here on future golf breaks and also to book with Your Golf Travel.
An excellent trip. The Resort Hotel at Celtic Manor was amazing and we were very well looked after, with excellent food and lovely and clean guestrooms.
The golf courses were in excellent condition and we found the Montgomerie to be very challenging indeed! Arriving at the hotel after a 2hr 30min journey from Central London was great.
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Very nice indeed, staff were so friendly and helpful if called upon, just a shame they charge for parking at the hotel. I T system down. Had 45 minutes wait before we had access to the room which had been recently refurbished although surprisingly had no drawers and inadequate room for clothing other than hanging room.
We therefore used our case! Should not have to do that. Walls were thin and obvious noise levels intruded, of an amorous nature, into the night!
We prepaid for our evening meals through you only to be told they had not received the money. Eventually they got it right. Fantastic double twin suite. Very comfortable, large bathrooms. Facilities fantastic in the hotel, great choice in the breakfast menu, and plenty of restaurants to choose from, or Merlin's bar for a quiet beer and a snack.
Staff very polite, and extremely helpful. This is my 6th time back at this resort, and standards are still very high. Great golfing weekend away, amazing value for money.
We had a fabulous time at Celtic Manor, the facilities are fantastic. Spa facilities were second to none and so relaxing including all the treatments i had while we were there.
Would certainly return in the future. Very expensive and we ate in the Rib Smokehouse and Grill restaurant and this was very pricey for 4 of us. Service was very slow at the merlin bar as well and people kept jumping in to be served!
We went as couples and ended up having to have single beds again after we asked for a double bed and nothing was done. All in all a below average stay for a supposed luxury resort.
Very large complex- evening buffet in Olive Tree average - breakfast better but wouldn't want to eat there when busy- cafe like experience.
We had a lovely golf break very helpful staff especially a lovely lady called Lin who was serving us with tea and coffee at breakfast, the hotel room was comfortable with wide reaching views over the golf course.
You get a very small taste of what it must be like being a tour pro when you play The Twenty Ten course. Great hosts at the Celtic Manor.
Couldn't find fault anywhere. I would go back without hesitation, good hotel even if you are not golfing. You are very well looked after, buggies loaded up and waiting for you.
The course is amazing with fabulous views and spectacular holes, especially the ones over the gorges take plenty of balls.
The only downside is that if you go in winter not all the restaurants are open. Hotel was very good, with the best breakfast you could wish for. Courses were wet but still played well.
The whole experience is very special and I'd recommend it to anyone who loves their golf. Played 2 courses. There is a great curry restaurant down the road from the hotel.
Trying to get a foursome for next year. Throughout the whole course I was left with a long second shot and there was always an obstacle of either a bunker or water hazard to overcome.
However, a great place nonetheless. It was great playing the Ryder Cup course. Great course; great food and cocktails on the night we stayed; great advice from the staff "don't bother with a buggy on the course as only the last few holes involve climbs" - in other words just great!
My Caddy Tip - "Use a distance measuring device, some of the shots are further than they look. Could not stay on site and had to go to the hotel outside the complex, double booked.
The courses were flooded, should have been closed. Unfortunately could not finish the golf trip. Preferred the Montgomerie course.
It was great fun to play but I would have a buggy next time as there are some long walks between holes. Manor house was very nice but the food was not good and the drinks very expensive.
My Caddy Tip - "If you are on the wrong side of the hole on the Montgomerie course 3 putts can be a good result. Imagine the crowds are there during every shot.
It's fantastic. Birdie the eighteenth to win like McDowell. Relax in one of the most stunning hotels in Wales. Great food great beer great prices. Hotel was spot on.
The Montgomerie Course had some great views, particularly the par 4 hole that plays directly down hill. The experience is a must, It's like playing a different resort. The Manor House is fine for an overnight stay but the 5 star hotel is the one.
My Caddy Tip - "Aim for the bunkers as unless you hit long you won't reach them, but you will be pointed in the right direction. Had a great two day break.
Loved the hotel- in particular, the lovely spa and pool and the delicious breakfast in the morning. Played the Montgomerie and Roman Road on two glorious February days. I particularly liked the Montgomerie, it had beautiful views, was well kept and the par 5 hole 3 was a delight.
A well run resort with a fabulous range of three very different courses, combined with an excellent hotel, good food and very professional staff. What more could anyone want? Even the weather was kind to us.
My Caddy Tip - "Pay attention to distance and direction of second shots. There are some hidden changes of direction and slopes on the fairways as well as challenging bunkers on all three courses.
First time playing the course and the raised greens with 'run-offs' got me a few times! Will play again and score better hopefully.
Had evening meal at clubhouse- fantastic food. We will be back! My Caddy Tip - "On your approach shot, treat the breaks on the raised greens with the greatest respect.
The twenty ten course for me. Every hole is a challenge, you have to be as straight as possible and try to keep it on the fairway.width="189" height="255" alt="celtic manor stay and play">
Approaching 20 years of play, the Roman Road Course is mature and challenging, building a rich heritage marked with highlights including the and Welsh Opens. Expect an undulating test and wonderful views of the valleys around what is arguably the most society friendly of the Celtic Manor trio. Signature Hole - No. From an elevated tee players must choose their club wisely, with longer hitters who take driver in danger of running short of fairway. The second shot is played over a gaping chasm to a green some 40 feet below the level of the fairway. Like the Roman Road, there are a few hills to negotiate but the rewards include splendid views around the resort.
Play like a pro with rounds on both Roman Road and The Montgomerie, together with an overnight stay and breakfast. Select 'Find out More' for directions and information. Terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability. Rates quoted are from rates per person per night, stays and are based on two people sharing.
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