Sloeberry Lodge - Northumberland
Sloeberry Hot Tub Lodge
Sloeberry hot Tub Lodge is a beautiful lodge overlooking a gorgeous duck pond on Percy Woods Country Park. It's a newer lodge with all the modern comforts you could wish for, including wrap around terrace, hot tub, large flat screen TV, free wifi and carefully designed kitchen with centre island, dishwasher and washer/dryer.
Modern comfort is the aim of this beautiful lodge, with lounge, kitchen / diner as one open plan or if you'd like it to be cosier in the winter there are sliding doors. The patio doors lead to the terrace where you will find the hot tub and lovely tranquil views over the pond.
There is a large master bedroom with en-suite shower bathroom, dressing table and large walk in wardrobe. There is a twin room and a full family bathroom with shower over bath.
It's situated on the edge of the park with stunning woodland walks from your doorstep and you can also wander around the 18 hole golf course if you fancy a few rounds during your stay, free of charge.
Everything has been thought of in this lodge and it's designed to provide you with a peaceful and relaxing stay. For full amenities see the facilities tab.
Pet friendly too, 2 dogs are welcome to stay with you free of charge. Suitable for families, couples or a few friends looking for a lovely quiet break away from it all.
If you've got a larger group then there is Honeysuckle next door also with it's own hot tub for four guests.
Northumberland is a truly gorgeous county with lots of hidden treasures to explore and the beaches are simply stunning with miles and miles of golden sand, and ancient castle dotted along the shoreline.
The change over days are Monday and Friday but out of season we may be able to accommodate alternative days so if you can't find what you are looking for please do get in touch on 01670 432300.
Both are historic, individual Market Towns with independent shops, great restaurants and bars and their own attractions, such as Morpeth's Carlisle Park and Sanderson Arcade. Alnwick has the infamous Alnwick Castle, used to film parts of Harry Potter, Alnwick Gardens and Barter Books.
Northumberland has some of the best beaches in the UK, more than 30 miles of mostly wide, sandy beaches, with hidden coves and a wealth of rockpools to explore. Dogs are permitted on nearly all beaches throughout the year.
And of course the thing that sets Northumberland apart from other UK Counties - Castles! Over 70 Castles / Castle sites to visit from Warkworth to Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh to Berwick, from ruins to fully functional with visitor centres, there's a Castle here for you!
A boat trip to the Farne Islands is a trip you won't forget, seeing the UK's largest grey seal colony, as well a a wide variety of seabirds. Another great place to go bird watching is the national nature reserve on Holy Island, or the hides at Druridge Bay, Low Hauxley and Craster.
Check the tide times for a safe crossing over to Holy Island and explore the Priory, the Castle, beach and rockpools and the village itself - don't forget to take a sample of the world famous Lindisfarne Mead home with you.
Some of the larger coastal towns are great places to get active - Beadnell, Seahouses and Amble all host water sport activities, or venture inland to Keilder Water for a host of watersports, cycling trails and walking routes.
Also inland there are Roman forts and archeological sites galore, walk alongside the world famous Roman Wall, visit the tranquil towns or Corbridge and Hexham - Hexham Racecourse is one of the most beautiful courses in the UK if horseracing is your passion.