Vale Resort Golf Estate
Located in Chepstow, Wales, close to Newport and with easy access from Bristol, England, across the Severn Estuary, the 4* St Pierre Marriott Hotel and Country Club is a great west coast destination for golfers looking to enjoy an experience to remember. Housed within a historic 14th-century manor house, this hotel and golf country club is set in 400 acres of parkland. Close to Chepstow Castle, Chepstow Racecourse with the natural beauty of the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean on the doorstep, you will find it is a place to enjoy natural beauty whether playing golf or a just needed break from city life.
Rooms include deluxe, superior, balcony superior and suites. All with the Marriott clean but warm designs, many have picturesque views of the hotel courtyard, lake and golf courses. All rooms include luxurious bedding, flat screen TV and 24-hour room service plus many other amenities for the guest to enjoy.
The St Pierre Marriott Leisure Club offers guests complimentary access, including the indoor heated pool, fitness classes and gym. The Leisure Club also can offer a personal trainer. There is also a whirlpool for use too.
The Beauty Rooms Spa offers a wide range of Spa services and treatments during your stay at St Pierre Marriott. Treatments include massages, facials, manicures and pedicures amongst others.
The Cast Iron Bar and Grill is a family friendly British steakhouse and pub where you can enjoy the best of British dining and a pint of local brew from a range of craft beers. The restaurant menu consists of old school classics and internationally inspired favourites.
For a truly traditional gathering, a visit to Morgan’s Restaurant is the ideal place to embrace yourself in period architecture and furnishings, whether for afternoon tea or a treat to a glass of champagne or a refreshing Pink Gin. This location is surrounded by country landscapes and even an 11th century church, bringing history and modern day together. Morgan’s Restaurant is open daily for breakfast and dinner, plus Sunday brunch.
Played by some of the greats of the golfing world; Seve Ballesteros, Greg Norman and Bernhard Langer, this legendary Championship Old Course is one of the greatest golf courses for a thrill. Originally designed by Ken Cotton in 1961, the course was remodelled in 2008 with new tee complexes, reconstructed bunkers and a testing par 5 on the 7th hole, by European Golf Design architect Ross McMurray. The course is designed around an 11-acre lake that is lined with century old trees, including a 400-year-old chestnut tree on the second fairway. The 18th is the courses signature hole requiring precision to cross the lake for 235 yards to reach the raised green; a wonderful test of skill.
The 2nd golf course at St Pierre, the Mathern is an ideal golf course for those looking for a quick game or a refresher game, before going on to play the Championship Old Course. The more picturesque out of the two, and it’s signature 14th hole par 5 where you have to cross two small rivers. With 18 holes and a par 68, the Mathern can be played by most levels of golfer.