Hotel accomodation and food were excellent and the staff were the most helpful that we have had for any of our breaks.
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While Dunston Hall is long enough to make highly-skilled players take notice, it is also very playable for golfers of every standard, making it the ideal choice for groups and families looking for a beautiful spot for a golf and leisure break. The 22-bay driving range is the perfect place to warm up or work on a few swing changes.
Dunston Hall's best hole is the demanding par-4 16th, where your approach shot must be well struck to carry the lake that guards the front of the putting surface.
Accommodation at Dunston Hall
The magnificent Elizabethan façade at the end of the grandiose driveway makes visitors aware that they have arrived somewhere very special. Inside the hotel, the 166 bedrooms are made up of a range of standard and family units, in addition to the extravagant suites.
The traditional flavour of the hall can be felt most prominently in the four-poster and the attic rooms, which feature the original oak beamed ceilings. In contrast to the period features in the hotel, all bedrooms have been equipped with the modern facilities and amenities that are required of a good 4-star hotel, including internet access.
The Grade II listed building is without doubt one of the most austere venues not only in the East, but in all of England, making it the perfect choice for a golf break with a bit of old-fashioned class.
Dunston Hall is a perfect retreat for some relaxation, where the health and beauty centre is the place to be pampered, with a range of excellent treatments on offer. For the more active, the hotel is fitted with a swimming pool, aerobic studio and a superbly equipped gym, in addition to the sauna, steam room and whirlpool spa. Wind down in the evening with a few frames of snooker.
The hotel also offers three dining options, with the Brasserie restaurant serving breakfast in the mornings and dinner from 6.30pm. Alternatively, the Garden Terrace bar and Bunkers Bar offer a range of light meals and drinks throughout the day with stunning views over the hotel gardens and golf course.
- Golf Buggies
- Driving Range
- Pro Shop
- Putting Greens
- Practice Area
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- Steam Room
- Beauty Salon
- Conference Facilities
- Private Dining
- Family Rooms
- Family Suites
- On-Site Parking
Ipswich Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR14 8PQ
Very enjoyable nice bar pleasant staff food was ok to be fair the carvery was not to our taste but overall would go back
Everything was really nice
All of the Hotel staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Accommodation was very good and considering that there was 18 people in the group the dining arrangements were handled very efficiently. Would highly recommend Dunston Hall ,and of course Your Golf Travel who make it all so easy for any person who is responsible for organising a golf trip.
Lovely Hotel ,rooms, facilities and staff very good. Only concern was that we were booked on B,B and evening meal. When we arrived we found that the evening meal was £28 towards Al a carte menu. Same menu each night and all rich food which seemed to focus more on display than balance of ingredients. There should be one plain dish each evening.
This was a return visit to Dunston and it lived up to last time. Love s the course ... room was very comfortable and immaculate. The food was excellent liked the new carvery arrangement where your meal is delivered to you from a wide choice. Can’t wait to go back !
Great value for money
Good food and service in well appointed rooms. Personally I do not like buffet carveries but there were alternatives on a la carte. The room we stayed in was large and little things like water in the room make it a lovely place to stay.
Very nice hotel, very comfortable and good food. Only real reservation is the limited number of things to do if you aren’t a golfer
The whole weekend was nothing short of excellent. We played Wensum Valley, Barnham Broom and played and stayed at Dunston Hall. All three courses were in very good shape and had recovered well from the drought this summer. Our party of 25 persons all agreed that the whole experience was such that they all want to go back again.
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Everyone (low to high handicappers) felt this was the nicest course we have played - this was our 15th annual break at 15 different venues. Like the hotel the staff were incredibly warm and welcoming from the pro shop, Bunkers bar and the starter.
Nice course interesting holes good greeens true and good a pace very nice course
Behind two four balls they were very slow 5 1/2 hours to do 18
The course is a very nice mixture of holes that stretches around the grounds of Dunston Hall.Some water hazards which make for some interesting club selections. Fairways on the hard side but to be expected after recent dry weather. Staff in the Pro shop extremely helpful. Would highly recommend a golf break at Dunston Hall.
This was a demanding course which required careful tactical play. We are very average OAP players so all could play it with care. However we found it the most exciting course we have played at home or abroad. Staff were fantastic and very helpful. We would love to play it again once we have retrieved all our balls from the water features !!
Bit slow would have been better to have four balls behind the group of four we were and the groups of ahead of us.. a Marshall might help?
Slow, but we were a 2 ball.
I have labelled the course essy as it is quite short and wide off the fairways. There are some challenging holes though and the condition of the course was excellent. 5 minutes between tee times is not enough, especially when large societies are on the course, unmarshalled with not much idea bout how to play the game!
Very pretty, shortish course with some nice quirky holes Too many people on the course in Sunday
I used to play the course regularly a few years ago, but from what I remember of the course it has improved into a very good and challenging course. The hotel is excellent offering good food (and plenty of it). Very friendly staff (both hotel and course), and very good rooms which were clean and comfortable. Well worth it!!!
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Dunston Hall Frequently Asked Questions
Q - What time is check-in and check-out times?
A - Check-in from 3pm | Check-out from 11am
Q - What time is breakfast?
A - 6:30-10am on weekdays, 7-11am on weekends
Q - What is the dress code for dinner?
A - Casual
Q - What restaurant do I need to book for dinner?
A - Brasserie/Bunker Bar
Q - Is there a range on site?
A - Yes
Q - Are there buggies available to hire?
A - Yes
Q - Are there any weekend golfing restrictions?
A - Yes, can only play after 10am
Q - How many bars are there?
A - There are 2 bars on site
Q - Is there BT or Sky Sports in the communal area?
A - BT and Sky Sports
Q - Is there a charge for car parking on site?
A - There is complimentary car parking