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I was brought up in Sunderland, so stayed here a number of times. It was looking a bit tired, so we loved the new refurbishment, with nautical and seaside theme (especially coming from this area it was quite nostalgic). Stayed in the Cinnamon Exec room which was very well positioned overlooking the ...
Lovely setting in the dene.Initally felt rather remote but soon realised ease of connection with metro.Beautifully restored hotel full of country house charm.Bedroom although a little on the small side was very comfortable with every facility you could wish for.Bathroom was large and excellent.Staff ...
The Staff could not have been friendlier, what a welcoming place to stay. The restaurant/bar was fantastic, food superb. Would highly recommend.
Nice big double shower, very warm in room which means need to leave air con on all night as windows didn't open because on 3rd floor
CHECK IN FAST, ROOM ALTHOUGH ON THE SMALLER SIDE HAD ALL YOU NEEDED & WAS CLEAN WITH A LARGER SHOWER/BATHROOM & TEA & COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES.
Only stayed one night. Room was lovely overlooking the river. Staff were very pleasant. Only downside was we had to wait 45 minutes for our evening meal and we were the first people in the restaurant at 6.30. Otherwise it was a pleasant stay
There are a variety of different golf hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and the surrounding area. Some are located close to well-known golf courses in the region, while others have their own golf courses among other facilities to keep even the most enthusiastic golfer satisfied. Popular with groups, couples and grown-up families, golf hotels in Newcastle give the perfect balance between relaxation and indulging in your hobby.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne really spoils golfers, with a great choice of golf courses close to the city centre. These include the City of Newcastle Golf Club, Gosforth Golf Club and Newcastle United Golf Club. All are open to members and non-members alike, although non-members may need to book a tee time in advance. Depending on the golf course, the clubhouses can offer drinks and meals before or after you tee-off, with some clubs providing lessons and even a pro shop.
If your golf hotel in Newcastle does not have its own course, the golf clubs in the surrounding area can provide everything you need.
There are some luxurious amenities available at Newcastle's golf hotels. As well as having their own courses, some have spa facilities with swimming pools, Jacuzzis, steam rooms and spa treatments available. This is great if you have a partner or loved one who is less keen on golf - it allows them to relax in luxury, while you try for a hole in one.
Many of the hotels also have decadent restaurants serving delicious meals, with bars that house elegant wine lists and cocktail menus. This is perfect if you've opted for a hotel that's a little outside the city centre, as you will still be able to enjoy yourself once evening sets in.
If you are considering a golfing holiday in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, take a look at the city's golf hotels, which will give you the perfect base from which to hit the greens in real style!