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 degree views - then drop down into a striking valley with dramatic elevation changes, mature trees, steep banksides and a coursing beck.
Designer Jonathan Gaunt calls the stretch of holes from the 11th to the 14th ‘Ramside’s Amen Corner.’ The downhill par-three 12th bears an uncanny resemblance to its famous counterpart in Georgia but instead of Rae’s Creek, Sherburn Beck stands guard at the front of the green.
Ramside Hall is one of the most enjoyable places to play golf in North East England and offers a range of full and flexible golf membership packages to suit any lifestyle and budget.
Guest's staying with us have access to our brand new Spa facilities, which includes use of our 25m Swimming Pool and state of the art gym, Check-in - Check-out.
Upgrade your stay to include full use of the Spa facilities, including the thermal experience rooms and hydrotherapy pool, purchase a Spa Pass for £30 per person or £50 per couple Per Day.
Children's Pool Times
7am - 9am / 4pm - 6pm Monday - Saturday
7am - 10:30am Sunday
For guests to use the Spa Check-in Friday or Saturday a Spa Pass will be required.
Golf Course Dress Code:
Dress must be in keeping with golf course tradition
Men – Slacks, tailored shorts, shirts with sleeves and collars. No denim blue jeans. No board or athletic shorts. No sweatpants.
Women – Sport shirts, tailored shorts, skirts, slacks, skorts. Shirts must have a collar. No denim blue jeans. No sweatpants.
Soft spike golf shoes must be worn
Clubhouse Lounge Dress Code:
Smart, clean and tidy clothes with appropriate footwear
No muddied or wet clothing
No football shirts
No golf shoes or spikes
No caps or hats to be worn inside the Clubhouse lounge
You don't need to be a member to enjoy golf at Ramside Hall...
Winter Green Fees:
Upgrade your winter green fee to include tea/coffee and bacon roll and a warm up on the driving range for only £5 extra per person
Additional fees apply for our golf services.
Non-members are welcome to use the driving range but the chipping, putting and short game facilities are only available to Ramside Golf Club members and golf course visitors.
Driving range balls start from £2 for 25 balls.
Driving Range Opening Hours:
8am until 8pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
10am until 8pm Wednesday
8am until 6pm Saturday and Sunday
Come along to one of our fantastic Wedding Showcases that we hold throughout the year. View our fantastic wedding facilities and meet our dedicated team of wedding planners along with our preferred suppliers to the North East Wedding industry.
Next Showcase is Monday 27th November from 6pm - 8pm
Free Entry - No Appointment Necessary
Ramside Hall is fast becoming one of the best known venues in the North East for its expertise in Asian Weddings and Events. Our team is familiar with the requirements of such events and we would be delighted to discuss your function.
The Bishops Suite is completely self contained. Our facilities are ideal for your special day, our experienced team will be delighted to help in ensuring Ramside Hall Hotel is the right venue for you.
To prove you wont find a cheaper rate online we're offering 10% off our room only rate available every single day.
We also have a range of discounted offers and packages which you will not find on any other booking site.
Beaujolais Nouveau Day (Nov 16, 2017) is marked in France on the third Thursday in November with fireworks, music and festivals. Under French law, the wine is released at 12:01 a.m., just weeks after the wine's grapes have been harvested.
Ramside are now serving perhaps the most well-known producer of Beaujolais Nouveau; Georges Duboeuf.