The Hexham, Northumberland venue was 24th in the list, with , York, also creeping into the top 50 at 46. , Leeds, was 58th, , in Grantham, was ranked 62nd and Forest Pines – now rebranded as – in Broughton, Lincolnshire, was a further three places back.
And Alan Foley, RBH’s director of golf and spa sales, was quick to praise staff at the resorts for their consistently high levels of performance.
He said: “What is a fabulous success for RBH is down to the hard work and dedication of every member of our resort teams, from the general managers down to the part-time workers. Their attention to detail and helpful ‘can-do’ attitude has been rewarded with all eight of our resorts in the top 100. It’s a fabulous feat and we thank them all for their commitment to the group ethos.”
As the largest golf resort operator in the UK, RBH – the UK’s leading independent hotel management company – manages eight championship and tournament golf courses across the UK, in a diverse collection of more than 70 branded and private-label hotel properties.
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