• Listing Ref: 46

  • Bedrooms: 3

  • Sleeps: 6

  • Hot Tub

  • Pet Friendly

  • Shop Nearby


Border Forest Lodges, Nr. Otterburn, Northumblerland

If you are seeking the solace and tranquillity of the rural landscape, then the Border Forest lodges that border the Kielder Forest offer the perfect solution. Alongside the Northumberland National Park, they are also close to the Pennine Way which offers an abundance of things to see including breath-taking scenery, wildlife and birds of many species. A super place to be if you love walking, cycling or even just strolling with the dog.

The actual location of the lodges is Cottonhopesburnfoot, Nr. Otterburn and you will find each lodge not just spacious but also classically comfortable. Great for families with children or couples looking for a romantic holiday, these lodges that border the forest come fully equipped with all amenities.

Border Forest Lodges facilities

If it has always been your dream to relax in a warm and soothing hot tub, situated privately amongst the stunning countryside, then now you have the chance to try it out for real. Alternatively, you will find a flat screen TV and DVD/CD unit indoors as well as a fully equipped modern kitchen with microwave and fridge/freezer.

Bathrooms come complete with showers and you can choose from a lodge with 4 or 6 bedrooms. Outside, as well as the fantastic hot tub, you will find a decked area complete with garden furniture.

Border Forest Lodges surrounding area

When you are not exploring the wonderful paths along the clifftops then you may prefer to make the most of the sun, sea and sand along the coast. The Northumberland National Park and Cheviot Hills are also close by, offering stunning walks enjoyed all year round. Water sports are also there to be enjoyed at Kielder Water.

If you are looking for some day trips with a difference, how about taking the children to Alnwick Castle, famous for its portrayal of Hogwarts School in the Harry Potter movies? Berwick town is also close by as is the enchanting causeway that leads out to Holy Island, home of the wondrous Lindisfarne Gospels. Of course a trip to this area is never complete unless you view the fantastic Hadrian’s Wall. Hard to believe that it is almost 2000 years old. For the young at heart or those that want a bit of a buzz, don’t forget to drop in at Gateshead’s Metro Centre which not only offers a wide array of shops but also fun nightlife.

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