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Got That Friday Feeling?

Woo-hoo it’s Friday! It’s been a long slog since Monday morning but the weekend finally starts here.

Clock off early for a Friday flit to Celtic Manor and you'll soon be living it up in five star luxury!


3 steps to that Friday Feeling:

1. Escape to Celtic Manor for a luxury overnight stay in your choice of hotel, with full Welsh breakfast on Saturday morning

2. Enjoy a sumptuous three course dinner on Friday evening in one of our six sensational restaurants

3. Relax and unwind with use of The Forum Health Club’s luxurious facilities throughout your stay


Dinner, bed & breakfast

Resort & Manor House Hotel - from £150 per room (with dinner at The Olive Tree)


Upgrade to dine in any other restaurant of your choice from an additional £20 per room, per night or £40 when dining at Terry M.


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Terms and conditions apply, subject to availability. Valid until 30th December 2015. Prices based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Rates will vary depending on day, date and accommodation selected. Dinner reservation must be made at time of booking.


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The Celtic Manor Resort is a world-class destination for golf, with three championship courses, The Twenty Ten, Roman Road and The Montgomerie, plus state of the art Golf Academy and two luxury clubhouses.


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