Ramside Hall (Prince Bishops') - Durham - England

Ramside Hall,
DH1 1TD,

  • + 44 (0) 191 386 5282

  • Helen Roseberry

  • Jonathan Gaunt

  • Stephen McNally

Home to thirty-six holes of championship golf designed by respected architect Jonathan Gaunt, Ramside Hall Hotel lies next to the little village of Carrville, less than a 10-minute drive from Durham’s famous Cathedral.

The 18-hole Prince Bishops’ course – named after the warrior clergymen who once ruled over the region – was first to arrive in 1996, laid out in a forested parkland setting around the 4-star hotel, with more than a dozen water hazards also in play.

The adjacent Cathedral course followed eighteen years later and holes on that track occupy a broad hilltop plateau then a lovely wooded valley before returning to the parkland estate to end the round back at the clubhouse and hotel.

Feature Prince Bishops’ holes include the short par four 6th (with water threatening the front and right of the green), the severely right doglegging 8th, the bunkerless par three 16th (where water fronts the green), and the par four 18th which plays to a home green that’s well protected by three large bunkers.

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