Built in 1859, this Elizabethan style mansion has been restored to its original character and now as a luxurious 4* hotel and golf resort.  Situated in 150 acres of woodland in Norfolk, England, this stunning country house offers enjoyment and relaxation for all guests.

Each room is of classical design and elegant furnishings, authentic features and some with four poster beds.  Whether you stay in a classic, deluxe, superior or suite, every room will give you a comfortable stay.  The colour choices are tranquil, and rooms are equipped with luxury toiletries, WIFI, tea and coffee making facilities, plus views of countryside or golf course.

The resort boasts a Spa and health club.  At the Spa’s Lilac Room, guests can indulge in a range of treatments from expert spa therapist.   The health club offers indoor pool, sauna, jacuzzi plus a wide range of workout equipment.

The hotel’s Brasserie Restaurant is looking out to the hotel garden where you can enjoy a traditional buffet breakfast or a la carte dining in the evening.  This restaurant is ideal for couples of groups alike.

At Bunkers Bar, classic or local dishes can be enjoyed whilst taking views of the USGA-rated golf course.  A great place to also enjoy a tea or coffee or refreshing drink.

For a sophisticated cocktail or after dinner night cap the Terrace Bar is a perfect place to linger in comfort on one of the many easy armchairs and simply watch the world go by; a great place to end the day.


The Dunston Hall Golf Course is a great course to play for any level of golfer.  Set within the beautiful woodland park estate of the Dunston Hall Hotel, this course is in a great location.  The fairways stretch through wooded parkland that also includes lakes and strategically placed bunkers on numerous holes.  This course, built to USGA standards, has been designed to take in the natural features of this beautiful Norfolk estate.

Dunston Hall Hotel & Golf Resort, England

  • 4 stars

Additional Info

  • 1859 Elizabethan style mansion
  • Luxurious 4* hotel and golf resort
  • 150 acres of woodland in Norfolk

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