Listing Ref: 48
Seafield Lodge, Warkworth, Northumberland
Just two miles from the sea and the village of Warkworth, Seafield Lodge offers luxury accommodation in the quiet grounds of Eastfield Hall, which dates back to Victorian times.
Making the most of its location, Seafield has viewing areas from two aspects, an open air deck, complete with comfortable patio furniture looking out over open countryside and a comfortable conservatory, with sea views on a clear day.
There is also a lawn for sole use of visitors to the lodge, with furniture included (plus barbecue by arrangement) and they are also welcome to explore the extensive Eastfield Hall grounds.
Seafield Lodge Facilities
Seafield is quite a spacious lodge and its clever layout means that there is plenty of room to accommodate 5 people with ease. The lodge certainly gives an overall feeling of airiness and the tasteful furnishings and flooring certainly add to that.
Living space is open plan, with a large kitchen area, spacious dining area and comfortable sitting area, extending out into the conservatory. There are 3 bedrooms – a double with en-suite shower room, a twin and a further single room. There is also a full size family bathroom with bath and shower.
The weekly rental cost includes all fuel, electricity, bedding/linen, towels and kitchen necessities.
NB. Seafield Lodge operates a No Smoking policy and pets are not allowed.
Seafield Lodge Surrounding Area
Just a short distance away from the lodge is Warkworth village, which began life as a Northumbrian stronghold due to its ideal geographical position, protected on one side by the River Coquet and on the other by a hilly area where the Castle is located.
As well as the interesting shops and restaurants on offer in the village itself, there is a 9-Hole golf course, beach rides and sea fishing trips. For the less energetic, a variety of pleasurable boat excursions are available to the nearby RSPB protected Coquet Island, haven for Puffins and the Fame Islands, renowned as a breeding colony for grey seals.
For those who wish to venture farther out, there are numerous historical places of interest including Alnwick Castle aka ‘Hogwarts School’ of Harry Potter fame and the renowned Hadrian’s Wall.