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New Year's Eve Family Party

When it comes to the biggest night of the year, children are welcome to join the celebrations so the whole family can party together!

Arrive from 6pm and enjoy a glass of Prosecco (or a mocktail for the  children), then join us at The Rib Smokehouse and Grill for a delicious  three course dinner. Afterwards, party with our DJ in the Court Bar  with a host of hits the whole family will enjoy, as you welcome in  2018 together.

Court Bar will open at 6pm and close to non-residents at 12.30am, with last orders at 12.10am. Dancing until 12.30am.

The Rib Smokehouse & Grill - Coldra Court Hotel

31st December 

£55 per person

£28 per child (6 – 12 years)

£19 per child (2 – 5 years)

Infants under 2 years free

Includes welcome drink, three course dinner and disco.

Dress smart casual.

Family Party Package

Why not stay over?  New Year’s Eve bed and breakfast with tickets to our Family Party from £295 per room, based on two adults and two children sharing.

For bookings and information contact us on +44 (0)1633 410458

Terms and conditions apply. Bookings are subject to availability. Full non-refundable prepayment is required for New Year’s Eve bookings in all venues.

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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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