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The course has spirit of adventure and features 16 water hazards, reachable par 5’s, driveable par 4’s, and short holes that demand shot-making skills from wedge to woods.
Designer Jonathan Gaunt laid out a golf course that delivers risk and reward golf at its best. Water comes into play on 10 holes and there are nine doglegs on the card which demand good strategy and the ability to move the ball both ways if you are to score at your lowest.
The course is fair. The fairways are wide and generous and there is a conservative option available on every hole so that any standard of golfer can enjoy Ramside’s challenge.
|Designed by||Jonathan Gaunt|
|Opened for play||1996|
The Cathedral Course has been built on rolling countryside between the villages of Belmont and Pittington with breath-taking natural features including ridges, becks and valleys.
The course extends out over a broad hilltop with views of Durham Cathedral and as far afield as the Angel of the North in Gateshead, before dropping down into a valley and rising up again to return to the parkland estate where its closing holes end back at the clubhouse and hotel.
The middle holes are laid out across a high plateau, previously called ‘Hilltop Farm’ - with wide-open skies and 360 views - then drop down into a striking valley with dramatic elevation changes, mature trees, steep banksides and a coursing beck.
|Designed by||Jonathan Gaunt|
|Opened for play||2014|
The hotel accommodation is of the highest standards with a whole host of options for our guests, including our new wing of 47 premier rooms and our acclaimed Celebration Suite with its free-standing copper bath.
The hotel also offers a range of superior doubles and twins as well as deluxe room and our new junior and premier suites.
Add into the mix a range of banqueting rooms suitable for meetings, conferences, weddings and events of all sizes plus our fine dining and casual eating options and you really do have everything you need in one fabulous resort.
But don't just take our word for it - we look forward to welcoming you in person.
NEW for 2020 - Three luxury treehouses that can sleep up to 12 guest per treehouse
staff fab despite tighter restrictions...food lovely and rooms fab
My stay under the current Covid 19 restrictions was as good as it possibly could be under the circumstances. Well done to Ramside Hall for organising the restrictions to make our stay almost like normal.
A party of eight golfers enjoyed an overnight stay and game of golf at this fantastic resort. The staff were helpful and polite, the facilities top notch and the food excellent. In particular the spa with swimming pool, sauna and steam room were first class. A great place to stop over for a night if you are travelling as it's just off the A1(M) or if you are looking for a relaxing break.
The room was excellent. It was spacious with a comfortable bed and clean bathroom. We had the carvery for our evening meal which unfortunately was very disappointing. The meat was dry and over cooked as were the vegetables. The waiting staff collected plates from the table while others in the party were still eating.
Great golf hotel.
Very relaxed experience. Great facilities and large rooms, especially the grand bathrooms. Great experience for a golfing group.
A luxurious hotel and an ideal venue for our society’s golf break. Excellent service all round.
As a party of 8 all of us thought the hotel was great and really worked well for us?
We were a party of eleven on a Sunday driver golf trip,the hotel is conveniently situated and the facilities are excellent,the menu choice for our evening meal was a carvery which was very enjoyable,and drinks were not overpriced apart from branded bottled lagers.
Rooms very good, ground floor with patio door, very clean and tidy. At check in we were not provided with information regarding the hotel complex, in particular it wasn’t explained that you couldn’t sign for drinks etc to your your room. This came to light during the evening at the bar and in the restaurant when we had to pay cash. Apparently we should have been asked for a credit card, at reception, which would enable us to bill items to our room. This could not be done retrospectively. The evening food, in the carvery, was at best average, I guess it had been open for Sunday lunch and wasn’t at it’s freshest in the evening. Breakfast was a very good buffet. Staff were friendly and attentive.
Excellent golf & spa resort. Hotel good quality plenty of facilities, friendly staff, reasonable food. Two great golf courses, top spa facilities.
Lovely rooms, friendly staff and I would love to return. Could do with a bit more information in the room to indicate times for breakfast (and where it is) but only had to ask. Tried to call reception from room but no instructions somehow ended up speaking to someone trying to ring the hotel not sure how it happened but was a funny story for the next day! Ran out of time to use the spa but looked fantastic and cavers food was lovely and breakfast too
absolutely stunning place couldnt fault hotel bar and golf courses
First class golfing weekend again.
Second time at Ramside had a brilliant stay rooms and staff brilliant
A fabulous venue, we had a party of 23 people and everyone thoroughly enjoyed there stay, here is nothing negative to say, we will definitely return.
Hotel was great our room was excellent the food for breakfast and dinner was excellent. The spa area was great
Room was spacious and very comfortable. Hotel facilities were excellent and well maintained. Meals in the carvery had plenty of choice and changed over the two nights we stayed. Could upgrade to the Rib Room Steakhouse which seemed fairly expensive. The hotel well we’ll situated just 5 minutes off the A1 and easy to find. Also handy for Durham which was only 10 minutes drive away. Overall an excellent venue for a short golf break.
<p>This was an annual golf outing consisting of 18 members travelling from North of Glasgow and I must say that travel, directions etc were easy, with Ramside Hall very simple to find with or without SATNAV.</p> <p>Ramside Hall Hotel boasts 2 golf courses; The Prince Bishop and The Cathederal and both courses were in good condition, especially considering they had been shut due to floods. Well done to the green keepers! I would argue buggies are a must on The Cathederal based purely on the distance between some of the tees. It is walkable but it still took 5 hours with a buggy so recommendedfor sure. The course layout was well structured and more than suitable for all abilities.</p> <p>The Clubhouse / 19th hole was clean, tidy and all the staff were well mannered and polite, happy to chew the fat and have a banter which is always a plus. Prices were as expecteed and the 10% discount was applied in the Golf Club but not the main hotel, a minor failing that could be addressed!</p> <p>Our package with 2 nights DBB and 3 rounds of golf offered unbeatable value and with 1 person free with 16 players, that meant even more prize money and further good value. The majority of the group have been attending annual outings since 2010, having stayed at Celtic Manor, The Belfry, Slayley Hall, Carden Park and one venue abroad and this was definitely in the top tier with an overall score of 9 / 10 and most members stating they would like to return in the future.</p> <p>Several of the events listed above have been booked via Your Golf Travel and I cannot commend them enough. Great service, great deal, friendly, on hand for last minute changes…in fact so good I have today booked for next year! </p>
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course was very wet.. thats winter golf for you though
course was very very wet underfoot and greens had been spiked however it is expected this time of year.
nice parkland course fairly dry would recommend for mid to high handicappers. 1-10 may not fin this challenging enough
The rain had many some area quite boggy but the fact it was open was a bonus......certainly had use your head on some holes
The course was in great condition, the greens were true. The only small criticism would be the lack of clear signage directing you to the next tee’s. But overall we all enjoyed our round very much, especially me as I won the money. Ha ha.
We played this course in March following a wet weather spell and the course was wet underfoot but playable. The green had been cored / spiked and were slow and not rolling smoothly, but this was expected at this time of year following a spell of bad weather. I would expect the green to be much better in the summer months. There are a few long walks between green to tee as the course is on two sides of a road linked by an "underpass". There are a few steep hills, so I would recommend buggies if your fitness could be better.
Interesting course with lots of challenging holes. Despite the dreadful weather I really enjoyed playing this course.
Because of the consistent heavy rainfall before our visit it is difficult to make proper judgement of this course. However, the grounds staff were doing their best to clear the greens of water and keep the course open.
Nice course with some challenging but satisfying holes. Greens weren't at their best when we played. some very slow play ahead of our group.
Take a buggy! Long treks from green to tee. Long Par 4's and quite tough for average golfers.
A lovely, well designed picturesque course to play on. It clearly receives more attention than the Cathedral Course.
Greens were in average condition with animal burrows and pitch marks present.
Only did 12 holes as it was so windy the balls were blowing off the tees and our golf bags and trolleys were blowing over which was such a shame! Would definitely like to play it again.
Great course and we felt we got around about right time. It was quite windy which made it more challenging! The fairways were in super condition.
This course was another with quite a few dog legs and water hazards but was an easy walk and as with the Cathedral course was in excellent condition,it was easier test than the Cathedral course but it was more strategic and made you think about every shot,I would certainly recommend Ramside Hall for a golf trip as everything was first class.
The course was a challenge for even single figure handicap golfers with a lot of blind second shots and dog leg holes with water hazards which were not easy to see on some holes,the course was in superb condition with greens that were not too fast and the fairways were some of the best I’ve played from,would highly recommend this place but would advise to get a buggy as it is long and quite hilly.
A difficult long course with big distances between green and tees. On reflection best payed with a buggy.
Long, compared to our home course, so a very good challenge.
Possibly the easier of the two courses being a little less treelined. More exposed to the elements. Some nice par 3s, great views of surrounding areas. Signage between holes could be better, bit confusing at times.
I my opinion the best of the two courses although not much to choose between them. Quite tight in places. Course in great condition.
Really nice course quite generous fairways and well presented considering how much rain we had had.
play off the yellows,whites make course too long
great course but take plenty balls as there are numerous water hazards
Hard course but enjoyed it .
Prince bishop course spot on . Cathedral course harder.
Great test ,some brilliant challenging holes thinking course, super views.
Great course good test and standard of course first class some great challenging holes
I found this course very challenging in a good way, you have to plot your way round and choose your clubs carefully, The driver might not be the best club to use. A fabulous course.
I played the Prince bishop course not the cathedral
Course was a challenge, green well protected by bunkers. But considering it was early November the course was in good condition, green maintenance had taken place so they were bumpy.
Another good challenge of golf with quite a number of holes with water to carry. Good fun course and also still in good condition for the end of October. Would definitely return for future golf breaks.
This is the newer course of the two but still in good condition in October. Some long travel between green and next tee on some holes. Good challenge for all levels of golfer as there were 4 or 5 tees to choose from depending on your handicap.
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Check-in from 3pm | Check-out from 11am
£50 (subject to availability)
There are 4 bars on site
There is complimentary car parking