Cottrell Park boasts two magnificent golf courses, set in historic parkland that has been landscaped over several centuries. Views sweep as far as the Brecon Beacons and southwards over the Bristol Channel to the Mendips. The gently rolling parkland with stately trees, many hundreds of years old, combine to create a special charm that is Cottrell Park.
The golfing facilities include two championship designed golf courses, the Mackintosh and the Button Gwinnett, as well as an all weather driving range, two state-of-the-art golf simulators, two putting greens and on-course practice area. At Cottrell, golfers play off summer tees, fairways and greens throughout the year! Add to that the massive amount of investment ploughed back into the resort both on and off the courses, you have to admit Cottrell is definitely high in contention when considering a club to join or if arranging a short golf break or away day.
The resort also boasts a snooker & pool room, 10km nature trail and private fishing lake. Working with two activity providers other exciting activities can be arranged including laser pigeon shooting, archery, raft building, kayaking, paddle boarding and quad biking. Problem solving and team building tasks can also be accommodated to help businesses create stronger collaborative teams. Cottrell Park Golf Resort is a leading golf and leisure destination in South East Wales where golfers, families and businesses alike are made welcome and catered for.
The stone clubhouse offers a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere, in which you can unwind after a hard day’s work or play and there is an extensive bar menu available throughout the day to tempt you. The sports lounge overlooking the patio and 18th green of the Button Gwinnett course has proved very popular with members and visitors alike with stand tables, chairs and Sky TV. This room is perfect for discussing your successes or disappointments after your game whilst enjoying a hearty meal and beverage of your choice.