Host to the 1996 Solheim Cup the luxurious Marriot St Pierre resort is the ideal venue for your Welsh golf trip. Located in Chepstow on the doorstep of the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, the resort sits within scenic surroundings and has excellent transport links to the M4.
St. Pierre's Old Course is one of the top parkland courses in the country and has hosted a variety of tournaments including The Solheim Cup, Curtis Cup and 8 British Masters. Remodelled in 2008 this championship layout stretches out to over 7,000 yards from the back pegs but offers a variety of tee options to suit golfers of all abilities. A 400-year-old chestnut tree will greet you as you visit the second fairway and the signature final hole requires a precise tee shot over water to an elevated green – creating drama as seen in tournaments played out here over the years. The shorter Mathern Course at St Pierre’s offers an enjoyable parkland layout with mature trees providing a test of shot placement on some holes and excellent views of the local countryside on offer throughout your round.
The 14th century manor home provides a perfect mix of comfortable and modern rooms alongside ancient architecture. Each of the bedrooms contain wonderful amenities with luxurious bedding, flat screen TV Wi-Fi and 24-hour room service. Take time to relax in the spa with a variety of treatments on offer and for leisure take time to visit the facilities including swimming pool, spa bath, sauna, steam room, well-equipped gym and floodlit tennis courts.
A mix of dining options are available at Marriot St Pierre during your visit. The Cast Iron Bar & Grill is a family friendly British steakhouse & pub. Morgan’s Restaurant serves a menu of delicious cuisine or enjoy a lighter meal and drink at the Trophy Bar, which overlooks 18th hole of the famous Old Course.