2010 Ryder Cup

About the Celtic Manor Resort

Host venue for The Ryder Cup in 2010, the five-star Celtic Manor Resort is set in more than 1,400 acres of panoramic parkland at the gateway to Wales.

With two hotels—a 330-room luxury Resort Hotel and an historic 19th century Manor House with 70 rooms—two exceptional spas, two state-of-the-art health clubs, a shooting school, fishing, tennis courts, mountain biking, walking trails and five outstanding restaurants, The Celtic Manor Resort provides a complete experience for business, leisure and golf travelers.

In 2005 and 2007 the Resort was voted the UK's Number One Conference Hotel by readers of Conference & Incentive Travel Magazine.

The Resort is the home of The Celtic Manor Wales Open, one of the premier events on The European Tour, and offers the challenge of three 18-hole championship golf courses, including the new Twenty Ten course, the first course in history to be designed and built specifically to host The Ryder Cup.

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Recent History of The Celtic Manor Resort
2001 The Celtic Manor Resort was awarded The 2010 Ryder Cup
2002 The Celtic Manor Resort’s Litts Shooting School voted No 1 in UK
2004 Voted "Best Spa Resort in Wales" in 2004 and "Best Golf Resort in Wales" at World Travel Awards
2005-07 The Celtic Manor Wales Open moves to Roman Road course
2005 Voted No 1 Hotel Conference venue in UK, C&IT Magazine
  National Sponsor of the Year at Sportsmatch Cymru Awards
  Forum Spa is only UK spa nominated as "Destination Spa of The Year" at Professional Spa Association Awards and British Beauty Awards
  Hosts The All*Star Cup on Roman Road course
  Stages EU Foreign Ministers Summit
  The Celtic Manor Wales Open 2005—campaign of the quarter, Viacom Media Awards
  Announces unique Goodwill Trophy and Business Forum with Mission Hills Resort in China
2006 Forum Spa nominated as "Destination Spa of The Year" for second consecutive year in the British Beauty Awards
2007 Voted No 1 Hotel Conference venue in UK, C&IT Magazine
  Best Hotel in Wales, Hotel Club Awards
  Welsh Golf Course of the Year, Golf Punk magazine
  Finalist Best UK Hotel of the Year, Meetings and Incentive Travel Awards
  Two new 18-hole golf courses, the Twenty Ten course and the Montgomerie course, opened in July 2007
2008 Voted UK’s Top Conference Hotel, C&IT Magazine
  The Twenty Ten Course and Clubhouse officially unveiled by The Rt Hon Rhodri Morgan AM, First Minister for Wales
  The Twenty Ten Clubhouse named Clubhouse of the Year, Clubhouse Magazine
  Voted Wales’ Leading Golf Resort, World Travel Awards
  New fine dining restaurant, The Crown at Celtic Manor, opened in partnership with the Michelin-starred Crown at Whitebrook
2009 The Crown at Celtic Manor wins three rosettes from the AA
  The Crown at Celtic Manor listed in Good Food Guide
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