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The Golf Travel centre has on offer some of the very best golf breaks in North East England. Easy to get to by road or public transport, the region boasts superb golf courses to suit all levels of players and beautiful scenery. Sample the delights of the Macdonald Linden Hall Hotel, Golf & Country Club, built in 1812. Alternatively, try the Aldwark Manor Golf & Spa with its challenging par 72 course or Oulton Hall, an 18th century mansion with a nine hole par 36. Bordering Scotland and known as the “Home of Golf”, the North East doesn’t stop there as it provides ample alternative entertainment. Perfect for weekends away, the Golf Travel Centre has a great selection of golf breaks in North East England, suiting all budgets.
Golf in North East England is characterised by starkly beautiful countryside, filled with rolling hills, lonely paths, and sporadic haunting ruins. When people describe desolate beaches and wind-buffeted castles, if you are any thing like us, you’ll be raring to get going on your golf break to North East England.
Ramside golf is made up of two of the best golf courses in north east England: the Prince Bishop Course, and the Cathedral Course. Visit the Prince Bishop for an adventurous course of 16 water hazards, reachable par 5’s and short holes that demand shot-making skills from wedge to woods. The Cathedral course is for breathtaking natural features and views of Durham Cathedral and the Angel of the North.
Off the Course
Newcastle is the bustling, beating heart of the North East. Take a break from the other-worldly magic of the North-Eastern Countryside with a trip into a city famous for its nightlife and noise. Alternatively, if you didn’t get enough on those north east golf courses, head to Holy Island for a tiny island barely 2 square miles across, connected to the mainland by a causeway which is only visible at low tide. You can’t get more secluded than this.
When is the best time to Golf in North East England?
The fact is, Northern England is known for being cold and wet. That being said, summer can be warm, despite what you might hear. July through August is warmest, but the courses can be crowded. For less crowds but a higher chance of a jacket and maybe rain, a visit in the Spring can be highly rewarding.