Aldwark Manor

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Aldwark Manor | NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts

Aldwark Manor is one of several Yorkshire venues on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list, and you can see why it takes a spot. The golf course is sublime and uses the natural hazard of the River Ure to its advantage, while the manor house is home to a stunning range of accommodation and gastronomic options.  
The River Ure features on several occasions throughout a round at River Ure, including one hole where golfers must tee off across the river. There is also a new water feature on the par 3 15th hole. It is not the longest course by any stretch of the imagination, but golfers will have fun on this 18-hole layout. There is also a driving range and short game area for those who want some practice before taking to the course. 
When it comes to accommodation, there is something for everyone at Aldwark Manor. The manor house is home to most of the rooms and suites, with Classico, Superior and Deluxe Rooms being overshadowed by the incredulous Wensleydale Suite which is over two floors. There is also the Bunkers Annex and the South Lodge, the latter of which offers the self-catering option. 
Dining is a key part of the resort, and there are also plenty of eateries. The Elements Restaurant offers local produce for gourmet cuisine, while the newly opened Chartwell Restaurant offers a fine-dining experience. The Bunkers Restaurant is a more relaxed and contemporary environment with live sport on big screens, while the Squadron Bar is a lovely spot to relax and have a nightcap following your evening meal.  
The venue is only going to get better in the next few years, with a brand-new spa complex due to be opened in 2025, while the golf course is currently undergoing renovations to improve it.  
Visit the Aldwark Manor website here.  

Aldwark Manor Overview | NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts

Golf by the River Ure

Aldwark Manor’s golf course is not the longest, coming in at just 6,000 yards. However, there are plenty of challenges along the way, as the course winds its way along the River Ure, which offers a large water hazard on five of the 18 holes on the Par 70 layout at Aldwark Manor.  
Uniquely, the course at Aldwark Manor begins with two par 3s, and neither are easy. The second of those follows a lengthy walk from the 1st green, and is 187 yards from the back tees, with a green that slopes from left to right. The 3rd sees the River Ure appear for the first time, with the water in play down the left side of the hole. The Ure also runs down the left of 4, which has a stream running down the right as well, making it one of the more difficult holes on the property.  
The 8th is the first par 5 on the layout and features water down the right side, while the 10th is a scorable par 5 at just 465 yards. Those going for it in two must make sure they get there, with water in front of the green. The Ure comes back into play on 13, with players then having to tee off over the river on the 14th, the last par 5 at Aldwark Manor. The signature hole is the 15th. A 174-yard par 3 which plays entirely over water, with rocks sitting in front of the green. 17 is the shortest hole on the course at just 107 yards from the tips, with the closing hole only just over 300 yards, and providing one final birdie chance.  

Rooms, Suites, and Lodges

There is a wide variety of accommodation options at Aldwark Manor. The Manor House itself is home to a range of rooms and suites, while there is also the new Bunkers Annex and the South Lodge that add to the collection.  
The Classic Rooms in the manor house had a makeover in 2020, and the range includes interconnecting and accessible rooms, the latter coming with adaptations including extra space for wheelchair users, and wet rooms instead of bathrooms. There are also Classic Rooms with balconies, and the Bunkers Annex also offers another selection of double and twin rooms.  
The Superior and Deluxe Rooms add another layer of luxury and elegance to a stay at Aldwark Manor. The Junior Suites come with a free-standing bath, emperor-sized bed, and views of the golf course and Ure. The best of the best in the manor house is the Wensleydale Suite. This is a two-tier option with its own mezzanine floor, its own private hot tub and so much more! 
The South Lodge is the most luxurious and private offering when it comes to the accommodation options at Aldwark Manor. Located south of the manor house, the South Lodge has its own four-person hot tub, along with two double bedrooms, a wood-burning stove, a fully equipped kitchen, and free parking for guests of the lodge. 

Gastronomic Options

There is plenty of choice when it comes to your evening meal and drinks at Aldwark Manor, and it is an absolutely wonderful experience. 
The Elements Restaurant features sustainable and local produce and is the fine dining option at the resort. The Bunkers Restaurant is in the golf course clubhouse and offers a contemporary atmosphere, pub food and live sports on the TVs. 2024 saw the opening of the Chartwell Restaurant, while the Squadron Bar is the place to go for a drink.  

FAQs about Aldwark Manor

Where is Aldwark Manor?  
Aldwark Manor is one of a few venues on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list to be situated in Yorkshire. It is just outside the village of Aldwark, around 15 miles to the northeast of York city centre.  

What is the nearest airport and station to Aldwark Manor?
Due to the countryside nature of the region, there are no train stations close to Aldwark Manor. Visitors to the region will be best to travel to York and then get a taxi or bus out to the resort.  
Leeds Bradford Airport is the closest international airport to Aldwark Manor. More than 3 million passengers travelled through Leeds Bradford in 2022, with the airport soon to go through a £100 million regeneration project. The airport is a hub for both and Ryanair, the two main airlines that service passengers at Leeds Bradford.  
Both Manchester Airport and Newcastle Airport are within a two-hour drive from Aldwark Manor, and both are far busier than Leeds Bradford. They offer a wider range of international flights, including those to the United States.  

What golf facilities does Aldwark Manor offer?
Along with the golf course, Aldwark Manor also features a practice facility behind the hotel. There is a driving range and a short game area. The course also has a halfway house and guests can enjoy a snack in the Bunkers Bar following their round. There is no information when it comes to lessons or tuition on the Aldwark Manor website.  

What are the green fees at Aldwark Manor?
The price of a green fee at Aldwark Manor changes throughout the year, depending on the season. It is also different depending on whether it is a weekday or weekend. 
For more information on current green fees at Aldwark Manor, visit their website here

What accommodation is on offer at Aldwark Manor?
There is a wide variety of accommodation options at Aldwark Manor. The Manor House itself is home to a range of rooms and suites, while there is also the new Bunkers Annex and the South Lodge that add to the collection.  

What other resorts are nearby?
Along with Aldwark Manor, there are several Yorkshire venues on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list. Kilnwick Percy, Oulton Hall, Hollins Hall and Rudding Park are all within an hour’s drive from Aldwark Manor. 
Visit the Aldwark Manor website here.