Featured Lodges & Log Cabins with Hot Tubs
Fallowfield is divine, with a beautiful bright open plan living, large terrace and sunken hot tub, which is not overlooked. If relaxation is what you are looking for, you can simply kick back and chill around the lodge, or snuggle up in the stylish comfy sofa and chairs in the living room.
MIami Twice is a stunning lodge on a lovely Country Park, in Northumberland. Nestled in 40 acres of countryside, it sleeps up to 6, is Dog Friendly & has a private hot tub. Perfect for couples looking for a romantic escape or a family escape to Northumberland.
Forget me Not is named correctly… once visited, never forgotten! It is truly delightful in every way, from the luxurious open plan living to the extended terrace and everything inside, provided for your comfort. A fabulous lodge to hang out with friends or family.
The Hideaway traditional cabin, in the grounds of Otterburn Hall, Northumberland. Sleeps 6, has fabulous large hot tub sunk into the terrace and is dog friendly. Perfect escape for families & friends.
Pomarine is a stunning cottage overlooking the beach at Amble, Northumberland and it’s got it all, from a Private hot tub to a log burner for those colder winter evenings. It’s in an amazing position, right on the beach, and as it’s Dog-Friendly so you can enjoy the fresh air walking your dogs on the award-winning Blue Flag beaches.
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There’s something special about walking in winter, isn’t there? A brisk walk outdoors leaves you feeling healthy and refreshed. When it’s frosty outside and the air is clear, views can be spectacular too. If you’re staying at one of our lovely lodges or log cabins in Felmoor Park or Bockenfield Country Park between now and February, then the opportunities for some wonderful winter walks are countless, with easy access to miles of walks in woodland, on hills and along the coast. [ 25/11/18 ]
If you’re heading on holiday to Northumberland for the first time, then you are in for a treat, celestially speaking! We have some of the largest areas of dark sky in Europe. The Northumberland International Dark Sky Park was unveiled in 2013, in a bid to recognise and protect its spectacular beauty. It’s so dark here, in fact, that it was awarded a Gold Tier designation by the International Dark Sky Association, the highest accolade that can be bestowed. [ 14/11/18 ]
On 11th November 2018, the world commemorates a special Remembrance Sunday: 100 years since the guns fell silent on the Western Front, signalling the end of the First World War. We proudly pay tribute to all our military heroes. However, it’s not only the bravery of soldiers we want to celebrate. We also salute the courage and devotion of over twenty thousand dogs who served alongside British troops in the First World War, aiding the war effort with innate intelligence, devotion and loyalty. [ 06/11/18 ]