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Slaley Hall Lodges


Northumberland Hexham
  • The park setting
  • The park setting
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Children’s indoor pool
  • The Dukes
  • Hadrians Brasserie
  • Spa
  • Gym
  • Spa relaxation room
  • Golf
  • The Allensford
  • The Allensford
  • The Allensford
  • The Allensford
  • The Allensford
  • The Allensford
  • The Consett
  • The Consett
  • The Consett
  • The Consett
  • The Derwent
  • The Derwent
  • The Derwent
  • The Derwent
  • The Durham
  • The Durham
  • The Durham
  • The Durham
  • The Hexham
  • The Hexham
  • The Hexham
  • The Slaley
  • The Slaley
  • Typical The Slaley
  • Typical The Slaley
  • Typical The Slaley
  • The Slaley
  • The Slaley
  • The Slaley
Date
Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2
For

With over 1000 acres of moorland on your doorstep, and right on the edge of the North Pennines, Slaley Hall Lodges offer a range of activities - or simply an opportunity to relax and recharge in this outstanding setting. The lodges nestle by the lake and there's a spa on-site with a range of therapies available for the ultimate in pampering.

Enjoy the indoor heated pool, sauna and steam room, work out at the gym and take some beautiful country walks. Want to get more active? Try archery, quad biking and practise your swing on the driving range before playing on both 18 hole golf courses. Slaley Hall has an à la carte restaurant and brasserie and there are plenty of shops and cafes in nearby Hexham.

These lodges really are the height of space and luxury - we love The Hexham, a two-storey A-frame lodge that sleeps eight people. It has two double rooms, both with ensuite showers, and two twin rooms, one with an ensuite. There's also a family bathroom, open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area and a verandah with garden furniture and wonderful views.

Newcastle is packed with shops, bars and restaurants - you can enjoy the buzzing nightlife and find out about its history at the Discovery Museum. It's free to get in and a great visitor attraction.

Our Top Tip
"Explore the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at Hamsterley Forest - there's a visitors' centre, tea rooms and an adventure play area."
Park Facilities
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Sauna and steam room
  • Spa with treatments*
  • The Duke’s à la carte restaurant, Hadrian’s Brasserie and The Claret Jug Bar
  • Archery*
  • Quad biking*
  • Off road driving*
  • Two 18 hole golf courses*
  • Driving range*
  • Football pitch
  • Children’s play area
  • Marked country walks within the grounds

Please note:

All facilities available for all dates.
*Charges apply.

Accommodation features
  • A collection of stunning two, three and four bedroom timber and brick lodges and cottages. Ideal for couples, family and friends or special occasions all year round.
  • Flat screen TV with freesat Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and heated throughout
  • Electricity included
  • Travel cots and highchairs free of charge
  • No pets
  • Four seater buggy provided for each lodge (driving licence required)
  • All non smoking accommodation

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Fun Days Out in Northumberland

Conundrum Farm

With easy access from the A1 this lovely farm just north of Berwick makes a fantastic family day out.  Follow the farm trail and meet an array of friendly farm animals.  Kids will also enjoy the indoor and outdoor play areas, pet barn and tractor circuit.  The admission fee is excellent value and you will get a free bag of food for the animals and a bag of fish food for the trouts in the fish pond. When you want a bite to eat, the licensed restaurant is the place to go with quality home cooking and a charming location in some of the converted farm buildings.

Go Ape Northumberland

Go Ape! has really taken off and become one of the most popular attractions in the UK.  The Northumberland course is set in the stunning grounds of Matfin Hall.  Described as a high wire forest adventure this really is one for the more daring as the course takes place right up in the tree tops.  Giant tree top obstacle courses include ladders, bridges, tunnels and some of the country's best zip lines.  You will be provided with all safety equipment and training on site.

Slaley Hall Lodges Reviews

Xue Yan, Newcastle
Date of stay: 27th February 2018
Accommodation type: The Derwent
Some kitchen utensils- eg pots and pans needs replacement
Sara, Staffordshire
Date of stay: 30th December 2017
Accommodation type: The Derwent
Such a lovely lodge. We all wanted to extend our stay.
Jill, Newark, Notts
Date of stay: 14th November 2017
Accommodation type: The Derwent
the lodge was lovely, everything you needed was there.
Steven, Northumberland
Date of stay: 30th October 2017
Accommodation type: The Slaley
Lodge was fantastic, the pictures don't do it justice.
Brian
Date of stay: 22nd October 2017
Accommodation type: The Durham
The Durham was well laid out with excellent facilities. Quality furnishing and appliances. Plenty of room for six people to relax without feeling on top of each other.
Julie, Thurston Manor Dunbar
Date of stay: 21st October 2017
Accommodation type: The Allensford
Fantastic holiday
Stuart, Barnsley
Date of stay: 28th September 2017
Accommodation type: The Derwent
A lovely comfortable place to stay
Helen, Frizington
Date of stay: 23rd September 2017
Accommodation type: The Durham
Great spacious lodge, private and modern.
Janet
Date of stay: 13th August 2017
Accommodation type: The Derwent
Fantastic we loved using golf buggy to get around . Due to there being 6 of us we rang to see if there was a spare . Which they give us one for a couple of days . Kids loved swimming and the football pitch . On site u could do quad biking Segway archery these u need to book .
Keith, Wigan
Date of stay: 5th August 2017
Accommodation type: The Slaley
Excellent family holiday, already booked again for next year.
Yasmin
Beautiful and fabulous place! Pure luxury! Only issue was the hot water, but the guy who helped fixed that, was there straight away and was lovely as was the staff who took care of us whilst we were here! Plan to return to this stunning place again!
Aaroon
It was a really nice relaxing and comfortable place for the family to unwind
Joanna
Exceptional lodge, it has everything. If you read reviews about extortionate heating charges this only applies to timeshare customers, it’s all included in holiday rentals. Golf buggy and swimming pool are fabulous!!
Steven
Great holiday.
Victoria
The photos do not do the lodges justice! Amazing lodges a real home from home. Everything is finished to a really high standard. Baby gates provided, alongside a cot and high chair. There is some basic kitchen supplies for you. We didn’t get charged for electricity. Swimming pool was lovely. We would love to return in the summer. My only suggestion would be a hot tub would make the place 10/10
ELIZABETH
Beautiful lodge. Spectacular views Immaculate and well equipped. Slight problem with hot water temperature, but didn't spoil our enjoyment. Staff at hptel and spa excellent.
Chistene
I booked the Lodge for my birthday and it was a beautiful Lodge plenty of room for everyone and everything you need was there. Had a fab chillout time
Sara
We had a beautiful 3 bedroom lodge on the grounds of the hall. The lodge was clean and we'll presented. The design and decor was modern. It was heated by wall mounted electric heaters and although it snowed we were very comfortable. The sauna in the lodge was a such a bonus. The use of the leisure facilities at the hotel was perfect for the children.
Tracy
Fantastic setting and lodges were exceptional. Lodge staff were great. Hotel staff less visible and service and food not great.
David
Great getaway to celebrate my 40th Birthday! Lodge comfortably slept 8 of us and the kitchen & dining room had more than enough of everything required to make for a lovely relaxing break! We’re already looking to book again!
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