Each sleeping up to eight people, the lodges will open next year and are expected to be the first phase in a potential development of 60 log cabins known as Hunter Lodge. They will overlook the 16th and 17 holes of the Twenty Ten course where Graeme McDowell won the Ryder Cup for Europe.
Scandinavian lodge-building company Honka is supplying the logs for the cabins which will eachhave an open plan living area with kitchen, four bedrooms, sauna and outdoor decking with covered jucuzzi.
Ian Edwards, chief operating office of the 333-bedroom Celtic Manor Resort, said the lodges will be ideal for families who want the space to relax for a few days or a week.
"At present, we are filling our hotels with leisure guests and families at weekends so we need to build more accommodation and these family lodges offer a different style of luxury break and experience for our customers.
"We know how hard our guests work to enjoy their leisure and holiday time so these lodges will be built to the resort's five-star standards to ensure they have everything they could wish for while they are here."
As well as being able to self-cater or use one of the resort's six restaurants, guests will also have the option of ordering a gourmet hamper or take-away dishes from the hotel.
Lodge rates start at £1,500, based on eight people sharing, for a three night stay.