Ryder Cup Farmhouse at Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales

Little Bulmore farmhouse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ryder Cup golf goers might wonder why there’s a derelict farmhouse a chip shot away from the Twenty Ten course clubhouse.  When I showed up in March 2010 to play the 2010 course shortly after the frost had melted, I wasn’t sure which looked more out of place amongst the rolling Welsh hills, the farmhouse or the swish clubhouse. Little Bulmore farmhouse is grade II listed, which means, for now anyway, it can’t be torn down. At least the sheep have a place to hide from wayward shots.

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About travelglossary

A Toronto-based freelance writer and a former books contributor for The Canadian Press, Cherie DeLory has published numerous articles including travel, food, parenting, author profiles, health and lifestyle. Publications include Zoomer, WestJet Magazine, The Globe and Mail and ELLE Canada. Cherie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Radio and Television (Ryerson University) and a Bachelor of Education (University of Toronto).
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