Marriott Hotel , Swansea
Edging the marina, Swansea Marriott Hotel is a stylish haven in the lively city centre. Relax and recharge in spacious accommodation with plush bedding, large windows, flat-screen TVs and ample workstations.
Upgrade to a Superior accommodation with impressive marina views, a mini-bar and complimentary Wi-Fi. Stay near the Swansea Train Station and M4 motorway within moments of some of the most compelling attractions in Wales, including Swansea University, Swansea Beach and football matches at Liberty Stadium.
Indulge at our delicious Cast Iron Bar & Grill, which offers delectable British cuisine and inspiring waterfront views. Celebrate and succeed in versatile venues, including lush gardens, our reimagined Tellin Room and sophisticated Gower Suite with space for 250 reception guests. Cap your day with a refreshing dip in our sparkling pool or a workout in our fitness center. It's all here waiting for you at our marina hotel in the Swansea city centre.
Deluxe Room, 1 Double Bed
Superior Room, 1 King Bed, Marina View
Accessibility – Wheelchair accessible, roll-in shower, low-height door lock, level door handles and closed-captioned TV
Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability
Deluxe Room, 2 Double Beds, Marina View
Cast Iron Bar & Grill
Treat yourself to delectable cuisine and inspiring views of Swansea Marina at Cast Iron Bar & Grill. Our hotel's signature restaurant and bar features classic British fare along with new creations that are sure to be added to your list of favourites.
Only 50 minutes from the Resort and described as being one of the twelve finest courses in the world by the late Tom Scott, a leading writer on golf and former editor of Golf Illustrated, the course has a magnificent setting sloping down to the seashore.
The absence of sand hills usually found on links courses enables the golfer to see the sea from every hole and to enjoy memorable views south to Somerset and Exmoor, and northwest across Swansea Bay to the Gower Peninsula. With holes facing into every point of the compass, the player is always tested by the wind and will probably need every club in the bag. Visit Royal Porthcawl's Website
No trees or water hazards, just bracken, gorse, bunkers and wind! 40 minutes from the Resort is Southerndown golf course and amongst its various attractions are the four Par 3's, each with its own distinctive character and challenges. Even if you have survived all the Par 3's, a testing finish still awaits you, with 3 of the last 4 holes played into the prevailing wind.
Pars on 16, 17 and 18 are always an achievement and a tee shot over the gorse on to the split-level fairway of the 18th will set you up for an unforgettable finish. Visit Southerndown's Website
Pyle and Kenfig
Pyle and Kenfig golf course, affectionately known as ‘P & K’ with its lofty sand dunes hugging the South Wales cost of Porthcawl is situated in a wonderful stretch of golfing country. Glorious views and historic associations adorn this undulating course with its natural hazard of hillocks, valleys and towering dunes.
Only 45 minutes from the Resort, Pyle and Kenfig is a must to include in your South Wales golf itinerary. View Pyle and Kenfig's Website
Pennard links golf club is worth the two hour drive to Swansea in the Gower Peninsula, voted an area of outstanding natural beauty. The holes at Pennard are routed over classically undulating and tumbling linksland, full of hummocks, hillocks and hollows and pocked with dunes large and small; in sum, exactly what you might hope to find beside the shore.
Yet this exceptional terrain is not beside the shore - it is two hundred feet above it, giving the course its reputation to be known as "the links in the sky". View Pennard's Website
Overlooking Carmarthen Bay, Ashburnham is one of the classic Welsh links courses. The course has its first two and final two holes inland near the clubhouse. Holes three to eight strike out, parallel to the sea, straight into the prevailing wind and holes nine to fifteen run back with the wind directly behind.
Ashburnham is less than 90 minutes from the Resort. View Ashburnham's Website
The Twenty Ten Course
The first course in history specifically designed to host The Ryder Cup.
The Roman Road Course
A championship venue designed by the world-famous Robert Trent Jones Senior.
The Montgomerie Course
A dramatic par 69 challenge designed by Ryder Cup legend Colin Montgomerie.