Listing Ref: 49
The Miramar Lodge, Warkworth, Northumberland
The Miramar lodge is a Scandinavian-style luxury lodge, which is situated in the peaceful grounds of Eastfield Hall, just 2 miles from the historic coastal village of Warkworth in Northumberland.
The lodge has its own attractive landscaped garden and also enjoys superb views across the extensive Eastfield Hall grounds from the window of its conservatory.
Warkworth village is 2 miles away, but makes a pleasant walk for those inclined when the weather is good. The village itself is nestled into a horseshoe-shaped loop in the River Coquet and the views of Warkworth Castle overlooking it are not to be missed.
Miramar Lodge Facilities
The Miramar does not fall short on home comforts; all guests receive a welcome pack, which includes toiletries and the lodge is comfortably furnished and tastefully decorated throughout.
All of the accommodation is on one level, featuring a delightful open-plan living area with a big, fully-equipped kitchen, dining space, comfortable lounge area and the additional bonus of a conservatory with additional seating. All fuel costs, WiFi, all bedding and towels are included in the rent.
There are three bedrooms: Master double with en-suite bathroom, another double and a twin room. All have hairdryers and the second double has its own TV.
To make the most of the outside patio and garden space, a barbecue and patio furniture is available by arrangement during the summer months.
NB. The Miramar has a No Smoking policy and pets are not allowed.
Miramar Lodge Surrounding Area
Once a Victorian country estate, Eastfield Hall is a peaceful and private setting but close enough to Warkworth village to enjoy its range of shops and pubs, the golf course and Warkworth Castle.
Sea fishing is available locally as well as a variety of boat trips to destinations such as the Fame Islands and the wildlife haven of Coquet Island, which features a working lighthouse and numerous species of birds which can be seen in their natural habitat, including Puffins.
Just a little further afield, but well worth the trip is Alnwick Castle and Gardens, owned by the Percy family since the year 1030 or the beautiful village of Bamburgh where activities such as surfing and beach rides can be enjoyed.