Listing Ref: 47
Sea View Lodge, nr Warkworth, Northumbria
Occupying a prime spot in the beautiful grounds of Eastfield Hall, Sea View Lodge is the most luxurious of the Scandinavian-style lodges in this lovely location. Living up to its name, one aspect of this lodge does indeed enjoy direct sea views.
The outside space immediately surrounding the Sea View is enhanced by various seating areas with different outlooks and a beautiful, well-established garden for exclusive use of guests. The garden has a lovely lawned area, outdoor furniture and a barbecue area.
Eastfield Hall itself has Victorian origins and an interesting history. The grounds of the Hall extend to many acres of open countryside, which Sea View guests can explore at their leisure.
Sea View Lodge Facilities
Because Sea View was the original show house for the Scandinavian lodges at Eastfield Hall, it is also the largest and the most opulent. Everything about the lodge oozes quality from the standard of décor, right through to the matching cutlery and towels.
The lodge can sleep 6 comfortably, with 2 Double bedrooms and a Twin room. It has a full luxury bathroom (bath and shower) and an exceptionally big open-plan living space comprising fully-fitted kitchen with all white goods, a dining area and a lounge with leather suite.
Warmth is supplied by oil-fired central heating throughout the lodge and a coal-effect fire in the lounge area. All fuel costs are included in the rental as well as WiFi, TV with Sky Channels a CD/DVD player and a selection of games. A cot and highchair are available by request when booking.
Outside there is additional storage suitable for leisure equipment, baby buggies or bikes, with off-road parking for two vehicles close by.
NB. There is a strict No Smoking and no pet policy in operation at the Sea View Lodge.
Seafield Lodge Surrounding Area
Aside from the obvious delights of exploring the immediate area and the historic Warkworth village and castle, most families will not be allowed to leave without a visit to ‘Hogwarts’ aka Alnwick Castle.
This is the location where the epic Harry Potter series of movies were filmed. The attractions here do not end with children’s films; the gardens around the castle are also not to be missed.
There are many activities in the area for animal lovers, including pony trekking or rather more exciting beach gallops as well as leisurely boat trips to view the seal colonies on the Fame Islands and the legendary Puffins resident at the RSPB sanctuary on Coquet Island. For the energetic or sporting types, there is a golf course, sea fishing and even orienteering on the Northumberland moors.