What a great time we had at Aldwark, must have had best room in hotel! Will do another trip in November many thanks,
Aldwark Manor Golf & Spa Hotel
The delightful golf course skirts the 19th century Manor House, which is the focal point of this beautiful 120-acre estate, and offers visiting golfers a most enjoyable experience.
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Aldwark Manor Golf Club
The well-conditioned parkland layout makes use of the local landscape, cutting through avenues of towering oaks and beeches, which themselves are a formidable obstacle for those who stray wide of the fairway. The River Ure winds its way gently through the estate and the golf course itself, adding to the natural beauty of the backdrop to this gorgeous layout.
While it may not be long, there is no shortage of intrigue to keep golfers interested at this stunning golf course, not least at the ‘risk/reward' holes, including the 10th, where hitting the green in two demands a quality long shot over water.
There are also excellent practice facilities at Aldwark Manor, allowing golfers to hone their skills or iron out any creases that may arise during a round.
Don't be distracted by the fountain that is the focal point of the lake that guards the green at the 15th, surely the signature hole at Aldwark Manor.
The beautiful parkland of the estate is the fitting backdrop for the hotel, which is the current incarnation of the splendid 19th century Manor House. The 55 bedrooms are fitted out with all the modern amenities and facilities that you would expect from a four star hotel, but are off-set perfectly by the grandeur of the traditional façade.
The old manor rooms have been supplemented by the addition of the new wing, increasing capacity and making Aldwark Manor more accessible for more people as a golf break destination.
With a choice of standard rooms, as well as deluxe upgrades and suites, there is a suitable option for every occasion, while the outstanding leisure and dining only serve to embellish the experience of every visitor.
The Reflections Health, Fitness and Spa complex offers the latest and greatest in relaxation and activity. For some pampering, there is an endless list of E'Spa treatments designed specifically for both men and women, including facials, massages and hot stone treatments to name but a few. In the leisure club, guests can use the 15-metre indoor swimming pool, spa bath, steam room, sauna, tropical showers and a fast-tan solarium.
The enticing menu changes every day at the superb restaurant, but the quality is consistent, earning it 2 AA Rosettes.
Snacks, light meals and drinks are available at the Terrace, overlooking the golf course.
- Golf Buggies
- Pro Shop
- Putting Greens
- Driving Range
- Practice Area
- Beauty Salon
- Steam Room
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- On-Site Parking
- Private Dining
- Award Winning Restaurant
- Conference Facilities
- Banqueting Facilities
My friend and I took our wives (non-golfers) on an overnight break to Aldwark Manor Hotel recently. YGT were kind enough to arrange a Spa treatment for the wives, which included a light lunch and from what the ladies have told us I know they were more than satisfied with the services.
The Hotel itself is set in a beautiful rural location, surrounded by farm land and nestling close to a small village, staff at the hotel were friendly and welcoming and the rooms were clean, bright and spacious. The meal we had in the restaurant on the Monday night was excellent as was thehearty breakfast the following morning.
The Golf course which runs around the Hotel on three sides is a real pleasure to play and my playing partner and I both agreed it was one of the nicest courses we have visited on this type of break. Some of the reviews we had read said this was a tight and difficult course but please don't be put off, all though the course meanders around the house and in some parts along the river that crosses it, there are really only about three holes where you can "really" get yourself into trouble off the tee.
I would give Aldwark Manor Hotel a score of 8 /10 as a Golf destination, it would have scored higher but the Club house is a little bit "pokey" although it serves a fine line in pre-round Bacon rolls and the "Golfers" tea and coffees are great value as there are unlimited top ups.
My thanks to the team at YGT for arranging this break for us, in particular the speedy response with our initial request and the costing of the Spa treatments was of great help.