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Our selected hotels: Marriott St. Pierre - Chepstow

Marriott St. Pierre Hotel and 18th Green
Marriott St. Pierre - Chepstow****

Just across the Severn Bridge and into Wales you wil find the racing town of Chepstow.  A surprisingly small town, given its strategic position and historical importance and nowadays its popularity amongst racegoers.  But large enough for an afternoon strolling the High Street, castle (well worth an hour or two) and possibly a riverside pint followed by dinner in one of a choice of restaurants.

The Marriott hotel and golf courses sit on one edge of the town grouped around the 11th Century Norman church of St. Peter and 14th century manor that forms the central portion of the hotel.  New, sympathetic, wings have been added to the fine old stone buildings.  These wings house extra bedrooms, the golf Clubhouse, pool and spa.

Internally the reception and lobby areas of the hotel are redolent of a stately home with oak panelling, rael fires and stuccoed ceilings.  Once in your room however, you will be surrounded by the latest in Marriott creature comforts.

There are two restaurants: Morgan's for fine dining and the sportier Zest restaurant beside the indoor pool and fitness area.

 

Marriott St. Pierr - Special Offers  

Friday to Sunday night exceptional value with our Marriott long weekends.

 

Marriott St. Pierre Hotel
Marriott St. Pierre Hotel
Marriott St. Pierre Hotel
Marriott St. Pierre Hotel
Marriott St. Pierre Hotel - Morgan's Restaurant

The Golf Courses at St. Pierre

St. Pierre Golf Club

St. Pierre - Old Course
Architect: Mackenzie Ross (1906)
18 holes: 6,279yds: par 70.
Peaceful country golfing in the soft Monmouthshire hills, even though the Severn bridge is not far away and indeed in sight from the higher parts of the course.  A testing course amongst the old oaks and around the large lake that borders several fairways and Greens. European Tour winners here include Seve, Greg and Bernhard; so if you emerge victorious - you're in good company!

St. Pierre - Mathern
Architects: Mackenzie Ross (1945)
& D. Steel (1999)
18 holes: 6,268yds: par 72.

A less exacting course but still a good test.  The Mathern plays mainly on the lower flatter ground below the hotel with a few holes that intertwine with the Old Course on the hillsides overlooking the lake.  A good idea to play here first before taking on the tougher challenge of the Old.

St. Pierre - Mathern golf course
St. Pierre golf course
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Guest Comments

"We thoroughly enjoyed our weekend at St. Pierre in December and were very well looked after by all at the hotel.  Please pass on our heartfelt thanks."

Miss P. Goodman - Clapham

 

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