Boasting a truly spectacular setting in the heart of award-winning Kielder Water and Forest Park, this exceptional lodge offers a seamless blend of the ultimate in luxury living with outstanding panoramic views.
A stunning rural idyll for romantic escapes and revitalising breaks at any time of year.
The breath-taking vistas of the Northumberland coastline join an array of heritage sites, visitor centres, national parks and reserves within easy reach.
This is a popular property and definitely one to be booked in advance, as it sells out about 6 months in advance.
The ground floor of the lodge features a king size double bedroom with an overhead ceiling hoist, and an en-suite wheel-in shower.
The ground floor of the accommodation includes a king size double bedroom and en-suite shower, and another king size double bedroom, and a twin bedroom.
There is a bathroom equipped with a whirlpool bath and separate deluge shower.
Also including an open plan lounge, kitchen, and dining area, with a wood-burning stove and bi-fold patio doors, leading to a large terrace with a barbeque, furniture, and an eco-friendly wood-burning outdoor hot tub.
Spiral stairs lead to a mezzanine seating area.
- Music system
- Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access
- Double glazing and central heating - underfloor heating
- Cots, highchairs, and stairgates available for free
- Flat-screen television, Blu-Ray player
- Additional televisions in bedrooms
- Self-catering kitchen - including a microwave, fridge/freezer, tumble dryer, and washing machine
- Bed linen, duvets, and towels included
- Gas and electricity included
The lodge would make for an excellent family stay, with great surroundings and sights to see, and an exceptional luxury lodge with great views and necessary furnishings covered.
Commode shower chairs, hoists, scooters and other mobility equipment are available for
hire. This must be arranged at time of booking holiday.
Free Phone 0800 622 6000
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