Individually decorated, generous in size, with luxury furnishings and fittings, Ramside Hall Hotel have 127 bedrooms with private facilities, in a mixture of twins, doubles, deluxe doubles, Junior suites, Presidential Suites and a luxury Celebration Suite.
Stay in style in one of the luxury suites. Decorated in cool and calming colours, with superb furnishings and state-of-the-art bathrooms, we suspect you may never want to leave.
Then there is the Farmhouse. Built in the early 1800's, the farmhouse is an oasis of calm surrounded by the golf course. Great for golfers, wonderful for wedding guests, hen parties, barbecues and more. The Farmhouse has five double rooms, some en-suite and can accommodate up to 10 people per night.
All guests staying at Ramside Hall have access to some of the brand new Spa facilities, which includes use of the 25m swimming pool and state of the art gym.
Without doubt, food is an important part of the Ramside Hall experience and guests can pick from four very different - but equally superb - restaurants.
The Rib Room
Our AA award-winning Rib Room offers the finest locally sourced meat - they'll even give you the farmer's name! The menu includes a range of fresh fish and vegetarian dishes so there really is something to suit everyone.
Fusion Asian restaurant - set within The Spa at Ramside Hall Hotel - creates a little piece of the orient in County Durham. The unique take on Pan Asian food results in an imaginative and delicious range of dishes, which truly are a feast for all the senses.
The Pemberton's Carvery is a North East institution and over the years has welcomed generations of families who love its high quality food in a casual setting.
The carvery is open for breakfast, for delicious cakes and snacks throughout the day and for lunch and dinner.
In the golf area of the resort you'll find The Clubhouse – serving snacks throughout the day, from an English breakfast to locally sourced beef burgers, soups and salads, with a range of premium wine, beer and barista-style coffee. Perfect for anyone about to step on - or off- the green.
It's the epitome of English tradition - and at Ramside Hall Hotel they pride themselves on it. The menu features homemade scones, cream cakes and sandwiches plus tea and coffee. Or why not make it more memorable with a glass of Champagne?
Ramside Hall offers golfers two 18-hole championship golf courses, the Prince Bishops' and the Cathedral, which provide drama, enjoyment and excitement from the first tee to the final green.
Prince Bishops' course opened in 1996 and is now established as one of the best golf courses in North East England. 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 spa at Ramside Hall offers much more than simply an indulgent array of ESPA treatments. From the Thermal Suite including Herbal Sauna, Himalayan Salt Steam, Aroma Steam, Tepidarium, Sunken Amphitheatre Sauna and Drench Showers, to the ‘Wet Spa’ with five stunning pools - a full size 25 metre swimming pool plus bubble pool, large Hydrotherapy pool with swan necks and massage jets, outdoor vitality pool set in the Spa Herb Garden complete with massage jets and swan necks and an outstanding balcony infinity pool on the first floor treatment suite with massage jets.
Offering a state-of-the-art gym fully equipped with the Life fitness cardio vascular and strength machines and free weights area. Two spacious studios with over 40 classes and personal trainers available to book to help you prepare for sporting events, specific goals or assistance with the creation of a life-changing fitness routine.
There's no shortage of things to do during a short break at Ramside Hall Hotel and no trip to the county of Durham would be complete without a visit to the world-famous Durham Cathedral, which together with the adjacent Castle forms a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Durham City.
Delve further into the county's past in the Durham Dales, Durham Coast and the Vale of Durham including Beamish - The Living Museum of the North, England's largest open air museum. Take some tranquil time out in the many green spaces or get active as you explore the Dales of Teesdale and Weardale, and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - packed with walking and cycling routes and dotted with hidden gems and historical treasure troves.
From a day at the races to international cricket, golfing holidays and indulgent spa breaks, you'll be spoilt for choice in Durham.