Dunston Hall

Dunston Hall

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Dunston Hall

Dunston Hall | NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts

Dunston Hall is a majestic, Elizabethan-style mansion, built in 1859 and lovingly restored to its former glory. The red-brick mansion has been well maintained, and the resort now features an 18-hole golf course, health club and spa, and stunning accommodation courtesy of the QHotels brand.  
The golf course is a Par 71, 18-hole layout that winds its way through the wooded estate that surrounds the mansion. Undulating fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and plenty of water hazards are in the way of golfers looking to post a good score. The course is short compared to most at less than 6,200 yards but provides a challenge for golfers of all abilities. A 22-bay floodlit driving range with new TrackMan technology along with a short game area add to the golfing facilities at Dunston Hall.  
The resort is now owned by QHotels, who are the brand owners of several other venues on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list. The accommodation range is as expected, with plenty of quality and lots of comfort. Classic, Deluxe, Superior and Family Rooms are available, along with the Featured Rooms and a trio of suite types, including the Kellett House Suites and the Penthouse Suite.  
For those that want to work out during their stay at the Norfolk resort, Dunston Hall has a Health Club and Spa which is the perfect place. The gym is fully equipped with cardio, elliptical and resistance machines, along with free weights, while there is also a swimming pool, sauna, steam room and whirlpool. The spa section of the facility offers a range of massages and treatments from a team of qualified therapists, all with the aim of helping guests relax and unwind during their stay.  
Visit the Dunston Hall website here.  

Dunston Hall Overview | NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts

Wooded Parkland Glory

Dunston Hall has a Par 71 layout that surrounds the Elizabethan-style mansion. The Dunston Course winds through the beautiful, wooded parkland estate. The course takes in the estate’s natural features, with undulating fairways, lakes, and strategically placed bunkers ready to catch you out.  
The course is less than 6,200 yards from the tips, and thanks to the front nine only featuring a single par 5, it is less than 3,000 yards on the way out. That comes at just the 2nd hole, but it only just reaches 500 yards. The 4th and 9th are both par 3s of more than 200 yards, while the 8th is a drivable par 4 that offers a good chance at only 270 yards from the back tees. 
The back nine starts with a string of par 4s, all of which are 370 yards or less, with three of those being less than 340 yards. The closing stretch of the Dunston Course is a tough run of holes, with the 15th being the longest hole on the course. 16 is the hardest hole on the course, with 17 being the final par 5 on the property. The closing hole at Dunston is a par 3 with the backdrop of the Elizabethan-style mansion. Water in front and five greenside bunkers around a small green make the final hole of the course a tough prospect.

QHotels Accommodation

As with a number of other venues on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list, Dunston Hall falls under the QHotels brand, so you know exactly what you’re going to get during a stay at the Norfolk resort.  
The Classic Room is the standard offering at Dunston Hall, with King, Double and Twin varieties available. Those and the Deluxe Rooms also come in Accessible form, allowing guests who require a room with adaptations to enjoy their stay in peace and comfort. Family Rooms provide space for those with children thanks to an extra bed in each room. 
Another level above is the choice of Featured Rooms. Both Manor House Double Rooms and Four Poster Rooms are on offer at the resort, with six of the latter being available. There are three types of Suites at Dunston Hall too, with Junior Suites in the Manor House, the Kellett House Suites and the Penthouse Suites – the latter being an apartment–style attic space.  

Health Club and Spa

Thanks to the QHotels ownership, the venue has a glorious Health Club and Spa that features a fully equipped gym, swimming pool, sauna and much more. 
The gym is filled with cardiovascular and elliptical machines, along with resistance machines and free weights for those that want to get a proper workout in during their time at Dunston Hall. The heated indoor pool allows guests to enjoy a swim, while the whirlpool, sauna and steam room offer spaces for relaxation. 
When it comes to relaxing, then a massage or treatment at the spa at Dunston Hall is the way to go. There are six treatment rooms, with a team of qualified therapists on hand to provide hot stone massages, body treatments, facial treatments and much more. 

FAQs about Dunston Hall

Where is Dunston Hall?  
Dunston Hall is one of four venues on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list that calls Norfolk home. It is just outside Dunston, while Norwich is only five miles north.  

What is the nearest airport and station to Dunston Hall?
Norwich Airport is the closest to Dunston Hall, but there are no more than 20 destinations, all of which are in Europe. London Stansted Airport is around two hours to the southwest and is one of the country’s busiest airports. There are international flights to a range of destinations, including in the United States.  
Norwich Rail Station is the closest to Dunston Hall, and with it being in the city centre of Norwich, it is around five miles from the resort. There is a direct train from Norwich to Stansted Airport, while trains from London Liverpool Street and Liverpool Lime Street also stop at Norwich. 

What golf facilities does Dunston Hall offer?
Along with the golf course, there is a 22-bay floodlit driving range, which from March 2024 implemented TrackMan technology to increase data and analysis for golfers that use it. A putting green and a short game area with two practice bunkers and a chipping green.  

Does Dunston Hall offer golf lessons?
There are PGA-qualified professionals on site to deliver coaching and tuition to all golfers that are looking to improve their games. From driving range lessons to on course coaching, there is something for everyone, and tuition for all ages and abilities.  

What are the green fees at Dunston Hall?
The price of a green fee at Dunston Hall changes throughout the year, depending on the season. It is also different depending on whether it is a weekday or weekend. There are also stay & play packages available at the resort.  
For more information on current green fees at Dunston Hall, visit their website here

What accommodation is on offer at Dunston Hall?
There is plenty to choose from when it comes to rooms and suites at Dunston Hall. The accommodation range includes Classic, Deluxe, Superior and Family Rooms, along with Feature Rooms including Manor House Doubles and Four Poster Rooms. There is also a trio of suites, with Junior Suites, Kellett House Suites, and the Penthouse Suite. 

What other resorts are nearby?
Dunston Hall, Barnham Broom and Sprowston Manor are all within 20 minutes of each other, and all have a place on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list. Heacham Manor is the other Norfolk venue, which sits around an hour to the northeast of Dunston Hall. 
Visit the Dunston Hall website here.