Christmas Day Private Dining

25th December 2017

For an intimate celebration with family or friends, our stunning private dining rooms offer a truly exclusive setting for a memorable Christmas Day lunch.

Newbridge On Usk Private Dining Room

Enjoy a Christmas celebration beyond compare in the atmospheric private dining room of our idyllic country inn.

From £106 per person (minimum 8, maximum 14 guests)

Epicure Private Dining Room, Resort Hotel

Enjoy Signature fine dining in Epicure’s stylish private dining room, the sumptuous setting for a Christmas Day celebration with family and friends. 

From £130 per person (minimum 12, maximum 14 guests)

The Manor House, Private Dining Room

Give your Christmas a traditional flavour with private dining in the historic surroundings of our 19th century Manor House. 

From  £106 per person (minimum 16, maximum 20 guests)

For bookings and information contact our Special Occasions Coordinator on +44 (0)1633 410458

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Terms and conditions apply. All bookings are subject to availability. Full non-refundable pre-payment is required within 14 days of booking for Christmas Day lunch in all venues.

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Celtic Manor Golf Courses
Caerleon Golf Club
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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.

Caerleon Golf Club is a 9 hole golf course in the village of Caerleon, a short drive from the Resort.

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