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Ramside Estates unveils investment plans to turn venues into leisure resorts

North East hospitality group Ramside Estates is developing plans to turn its businesses into leisure resorts following a pandemic pause on investments.

The company – owner and operator of Ramside Hall Hotel and Golf Club, Hardwick Hall, Bowburn Hall and a number of other leisure venues around the region – has already carried out a series of significant investments at its properties in recent years. Investments have included the opening of an additional wing of rooms, a second championship golf course, an award-winning spa and a collection of luxury treehouses at Ramside Hall.

Now the firm’s owner John Adamson has revealed in the latest accounts how it is planning further investments, having completed several projects put on hold during the pandemic, including five new Ramside treehouses and two new deluxe bedrooms at The Impeccable Pig boutique hotel and restaurant in County Durham.

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