Hotel fantastic rooms etc the 20% discount on drinks had to ask for it every time we went to bar it wasn’t done automatically drinks were very expensive overall we had a great time.
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Golf Courses at Slaley Hall
The Hunting Course is the superior layout at Slaley, and has been recognised for many years as an official PGA Tour venue, having hosted the Great North Open. Dave Thomas' design measures over 7,000 yards from the championship markers, and has some formidable holes. The course winds its way through towering trees and banks of beautiful rhododendrons, and golfers will be faced with many different challenges, where shaping the ball and being creative is certainly an advantage.
The signature hole of the resort is the Hunting's 9th, a tough par-4 where you must thread your drive between the monstrous trees on the right, and the meandering stream that skirts the left of the fairway. After a good tee shot, golfers are still left facing a long uphill approach shot to a severely sloping green, on what is one of the best par-4s around.
|Designed by||David Thomas|
|Green||7,088 yards||SSS 74|
|White||6,850 yards||SSS 75|
|Yellow||5,530 yards||SSS 71|
|Red||5,903 yards||SSS 75|
The Priestman is the second course at Slaley Hall, but it should not suffer an inferiority complex. Designed by PGA Chairman Neil Coles, this is a great addition to the resort, making it one of the few to have two genuine championship courses. Opened in 1989, the Priestman has matured into a tournament venue, with some superb holes, and also fantastic panoramic views across the Tyneside Valley.
Slaley Hall's extensive practice facilities offer visiting golfers the perfect chance for some tuition to sharpen up their skills.
|Designed by||Neil Coles|
|Green||6,951 yards||SSS 75|
|Yellow||6,271 yards||SSS 72|
|White||5,597 yards||SSS 70|
|Red||5,755 yards||SSS 74|
Accommodation at Slaley Hall
The original building is an elegant construction, set amidst the moorland and woodland of the estate, and despite being only a short drive from both Newcastle and the motorway, guests will be struck by the peaceful tranquility of their surroundings.
With the addition of the new wing, Slaley Hall now has 139 superb guest rooms, all of which have the best in contemporary amenities. With the two golf courses and a myriad of on-site activities, Slaley Hall is one of England's best destinations for a golf break.
The Leisure Club and Health and Beauty Spa are the perfect place for both activities and relaxation. The facilities include a swimming pool, steam room, sauna, well-equipped gym and jacuzzi. For some pampering, spend some time in the beauty salon and sun beds, or treat yourself to a hydrotherapy or thalassotherapy treatment. For the particularly adventurous, try some hot-air ballooning, off-road driving or paint balling.
The range of dining options at Slaley includes the Restaurant, or the more relaxed Clubhouse Bar and Grill.
The spacious bar has open fireplaces, and also facilities for snooker and darts.
- Golf Buggies
- Driving Range
- Pro Shop
- Putting Greens
- Practice Area
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- Steam Room
- Beauty Salon
- Clay Pigeon Shooting
- Quad Biking
- Conference Facilities
- Private Dining
- Family Rooms
- Family Suites
- Late Night Bar
- On-Site Parking
Fantastic break for all of us.
This location ticks every box great facility excellent food fantastic golf or for less than £100 unbelievable value.
Hotel accommodation and staff service very good - well deserve a 4 star rating and good value for money. Free use of their Spa facilities is a real bonus - best Spa ever used.
We particularly liked the separate snug rooms (between Hadrian's Brasserie and the bar) where you could sit quietly with a drink. We believe a games room somewhere in the hotel would be a good addition with a snooker and/or pool table and a table tennis table perhaps. We found all the food and drink of a high quality, however we would like to see a wider selection of beers available. There was a choice of just 3 lagers and 2 ales across all the restaurants and bars.
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Played off yellow this time a bit hilly but not too bad
Played off back tees quite long
An outstanding golf course with varying degrees of difficulty it offers high reward for risk, good Bertie opportunities combined with very difficult long path falls. Situated in stunning surroundings it was a real pleasure to play a course in such good condition in the middle of October.
The course layout is above average with the fairways tea boxes and general length of grass from fairway second cut to rough or on point. However the greens in particular were very poor and were probably suffering as a consequence of a very long hot summer however there were too many bare patches with long grass making the ball jumping around. The bunkers were not in very good condition either with very inconsistent amounts of sand. But all in all playing with five friends it was fun And we would most certainly play the course again.
Excellent course for regular golfers in very good condition. Wonderful views all around.
A very good test of golf for regular golfers with good layout and picturesque scenery and views.
very challenging course. for many holes you have to hit very big and quite accurate off the tee to give yourself any chance of making the green in regulation. The course definitely got the better of my friends and I, but we enjoyed the challenge of playing it all the same.
Fantastic course. We found some holes quite sheltered and others very exposed to the wind. Good range of challenges to contend with across the 18 holes. good variety of length of holes.
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