General

QHotels Slaley Hall golf breaks. 1 in 12 Go FREE Monday to Thursday (1 in 16 Fri to Sun) and 10%  off drinks when booking golf breaks with us at Slaley Hall.

QHotels Slaley Hall is an Edwardian mansion set in 1,000 acres of Northumberland countryside perfect for an idyllic golf break, magical wedding venue or place for business. Slaley Hall is formerly a De Vere Hotel in Northumberland which is now operated by QHotels, a leading luxury hotel provider with a collection of 27 four and five-star golf hotels across the UK.

As one of the extra family-friendly hotels, you can be sure to find lots of fun things to see and do nearby that will entertain the whole family, not just the golfers!.

Enjoy a great golfing getaway break at the Northumberland Edwardian mansion, Slaley Hall. Treat your pals to a three-course meal or afternoon tea. Plus, relax and enjoy one the great spa packages. Also, why not explore the local area and enjoy great events such as Race Days at Hexham or Newcastle Racecourse, Life Science Interactive Museum or Beamish Living Museum and much more. A truly great place for a golf break!

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Nightlife info

The Diamond Strip – trendy, suave and expensive. With ‘diamond’ denoting its exclusivity; these upmarket and cool bars and clubs attract Newcastle’s VIPs – celebrities, the Geordie Shore crew, footballers and their adoring female fans and it is the place to see and be seen. These bars attract a mature crowd and while they’re not exclusively student-free, you wouldn’t get into any of these bars with a pair of Converse trainers and ironic spectacles. Just a minutes’ walk from Central Station, the main Diamond Strip is set on Collingwood Street and extends to a couple of bars on Mosley Street. The bars are united by their bohemian-luxe interiors and sultry, seductive atmospheres – exposed brickwork, lavish décor and plush ornate sofas in cosy little corners. Florita’s is a highlight – with sexy art-deco and an exotic drinks menu. Madame Koo is like Florita’s darker, dirtier sister – dimly lit with red lanterns and leather booths. Revolution is a vodka bar set in a luxurious former bank with 30ft ceilings and marble pillars, and Perdu is a boutique lounge with a ‘secret garden’, where you can book booths or beds (depending on where the night takes you). You’ve also got Bijoux, Tup Tup Palace and House of Smith to stumble into. You’ve probably heard of Newcastle’s Bigg Market – its reputation precedes it for a reason. It has its place on a certain sort of night out, as long as you know what you’re in for – but don’t head here if you’re after civilised G&Ts or sophisticated surroundings. However, sometimes you want somewhere that doesn’t take itself seriously – somewhere the drinks are cheap and cheerful, and you can abandon inhibition, dance unashamedly to nostalgic tunes and channel the days of your youth. Cosy Joe's welcomes fancy dress, and is a cracking place to start a stag night. They have a karaoke bar upstairs, ‘tequila time’, and ‘party-pods’ that you can book for your group with a push-button drinks service. The Bigg Market also boasts Filthy’s – with an outdoor beer terrace, live music and a rowdy atmosphere every night of the week. Opposite Filthy’s is the German Beir Keller – where you can channel your inner Bavarian and get tanked up on steins. Mushroom Bar, just around the corner, is super popular as they offer really cheap trebles. This awesome area of Newcastle and Gateshead surrounds the picturesque River Tyne – which has become the city’s epicenter for modern arts, music and culture. However, at night, Newcastle Quayside, comes to life with upmarket and trendy bars, set against the mesmerizing riverfront and combines its party atmosphere with epic views. The Pitcher and Piano is by far the most popular venue here, for both its stylish glass-walled building and its proximity to the spectacular Millennium Bridge, which is illuminated at night with changing coloured lights. Livello is a few minutes’ walk up the bank and is a swanky bar that our very own Cheryl Cole has been known to frequent. But fear not, there are lots of fantastic options for us mere mortals too. They have a no-fancy dress policy, so keep this in mind if you’re dressed up – inflatable penises will not be well received here (weird). The Bridge Tavern is one of those new ultra-cool venues with exposed brickwork and an onsite micro-brewery - it takes itself a bit seriously, but in a good way. They pride themselves on quality, so it’s excellent for swanky drinks and proper beer and it has a stylish outdoor terrace directly underneath the Tyne Bridge.

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The Golf

The challenge is laid down: two championship standard courses to test the best golfing brain - The Hunting's tricky approach, The Priestman's water hazards. To the victor, the exquisite spoils of the 19th hole.

As well as stunning courses for all playing levels, Slaley Hall has all the facilities you could ever need for the best game possible. Why not take advantage of a course of coaching sessions with our PGA Professionals and try the video analysis or Explanar to accelerate your progress. The fully equipped Driving Range is floodlit, so you can practice into the night and it has two putting greens as well as a short game practice range. The Claret Jug is the venue to relive your triumphs on the course. It serves simple modern food with an emphasis on the freshest local produce to refuel and treat you after your round. Golf at it's best.