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Blossom Plantation Pods is part of our exclusive Bouja Boutique Luxury Breaks Collection.
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Boasting a truly spectacular setting in the heart of award-winning Kielder Water & Forest Park, these exceptional lodges offer a seamless blend of the ultimate in luxury living with outstanding panoramic views.
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Clear Sky Lodge Park is set in 45 acres of woodland just a mile from Kielder village in the Northumberland National Park and close to Kielder Water, Kielder Observatory and Kielder Castle.
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Crimdon Dene Holiday Park, situated in the picturesque County Durham, offers a perfect blend of on-site amenities and access to the beautiful North East coastline.
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Durham Coastal Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection, beautifully tucked away in the swathes of County Durham countryside.
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Golden Sands Holiday Park is a lovely family run Holiday Park located opposite the beach in the small village of Cresswell. The Holiday Homes are situated approximately 200 meters from the beach.
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Green Meadows Country Park is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection and is a beautiful park comprising of brand new holiday homes all with outdoor hot tubs with wonderful views over the adjoining countryside, the park is located only 4 miles from Carlisle and boast its own 8 acre dog walking route on site.
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Haystax Holiday Lodges is part of our exclusive Evermore collection, each lodge has been carefully put together to allow everyone with all abilities to enjoy a memorable holiday within the peaceful Durham countryside.
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Set in 21 acres of breathtaking countryside, Heather View offers everything you need for a fantastic holiday experience.
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Heathergate Boutique Holiday Park is an award winning park set in the stunning Northumberland countryside close to Hexham.
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The stunning and multiple award-winning Kielder Waterside, which sits within our exclusive new ‘Magnificent’ collection, offers one of the very best shorelines of the largest man-made lake in Northern Europe.
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Parmontley Hall Lodges enjoys a truly idyllic setting nestled in the heart of the historic 12,500-acre Whitfield Estate, designated as an ’Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’.
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Amidst the countryside, just past the Simonside Hills, lies our Percy Wood Country Park.
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Located in the heart of the Northumberland countryside, Riverside offers you a perfect base to relax and unwind in tranquil surroundings.
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Sandy Bay Holiday Park is a Northumberland gem nestled in the heart of Ashington.
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North East England Visitor's Guide

Venturing into North East England offers a blend of vibrant cities, serene countryside, and dramatic coastlines that could easily fill any travel diary. Famous for landmarks like Hadrian's Wall and the Angel of the North, this region packs in rich heritage, lively festivals, and mouth-watering local cuisine. From exploring the historic streets of Durham to surfing at Tynemouth, there's an activity for every taste. The food scene is a feast for the senses, with fresh seafood and hearty traditional dishes. For those after a memorable escape, whether it's a cosy couple's retreat, a fun-packed family holiday or catching up with mates, choosing a lodge or cabin stay in North East England is unbeatable.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in North East England?

North East England, a region steeped in a rich tapestry of history, from the Roman Hadrian's Wall to the industrial revolution's heartlands, offers a refreshing alternative to the usual tourist hotspots. What sets it apart for 2024? The opening of the Durham Dales Centre, a hub for local crafts and outdoor activities, promises a new attraction for tourists seeking authentic experiences. Not to be missed are festivals like the Newcastle International Film Festival, a celebration of global cinema. TripAdvisor scores consistently praise the region for its welcoming locals and stunning landscapes, often scoring above 4.5. Opting for a lodge over a hotel immerses you in the natural beauty and tranquility of the area, offering unique experiences like waking up to a view of the Cheviot Hills or the serene Northumberland coastline. The uniqueness of North East England lies in its blend of historical intrigue, natural beauty, and a commitment to preserving both.

If you're visiting North East England with kids

Absolutely, North East England is a playground for children. From the interactive exhibits at the Life Science Centre in Newcastle (NE1 4EP) to the magical Alnwick Castle (NE66 1NQ), famous for its Harry Potter connections, there's no shortage of adventures. Lodges offer families the flexibility and space to relax, with many providing games rooms or outdoor play areas.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring castles and parks.
  2. Rain gear - unpredictable weather won't stop your adventures.
  3. Beach essentials for the stunning Northumberland coast.
  4. Binoculars for bird watching in the Farne Islands.
  5. A camera to capture memories of the beautiful landscapes.

Taking your Pet?

North East England is a haven for pets, with vast countryside and beaches to explore. Many lodges welcome pets, some even with enclosed gardens like those found at Kielder Waterside Lodges (NE48 1BT). When dining out, The Ship Inn in Low Newton (NE66 3EL) offers a warm welcome to four-legged friends. A top tip for visiting with dogs is to check the accessibility of beaches during summer, as some may have restrictions. Always bring a lead, as areas like Hadrian's Wall are near livestock.

Dog walking ideas in North East England

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Hadrian's Wall Path Variable Historical landmarks CA8 7DD
Druridge Bay 7 Coastal NE61 5BX
Kielder Forest Variable Woodland NE48 1ER
Northumberland National Park Variable Hills & valleys NE65 7PX
Beamish Wild 2-3 Adventure park DH9 0YB

Exploring North East England, whether through its history, with your family, or alongside your pet, offers a unique and enriching experience. The region's blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and welcoming communities make it an ideal destination for a lodge break in 2024.

Popular Counties within North East England

Northumberland

Northumberland

Northumberland is a haven of untouched landscapes and historical sites. Couples and families alike can explore ancient castles like Alnwick Castle (NE66 1NQ), famous for its role in the Harry Potter films. For outdoor enthusiasts, the sweeping vistas of the Northumberland National Park offer endless hiking opportunities. Foodies will enjoy the local delicacies, particularly the kippers from Craster. Lodges in this area often boast stunning views and cosy fireplaces, perfect for a relaxing getaway. The county is also home to the dark sky park, offering some of the best stargazing in the UK.

County Durham

County Durham

County Durham is a blend of historic cities and breathtaking countryside. The main city, Durham, is home to the iconic Durham Cathedral (DH1 3EH) and Durham Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Families will love Adventure Valley (DH1 5SG), packed with fun activities. The county is known for its hearty food, with dishes like stottie cakes and panackelty. For accommodation, lodges here often merge rustic charm with modern amenities, ensuring a comfortable stay. County Durham also hosts the annual Durham Regatta, attracting rowing teams from across the country.

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It seems there was a mistake in the provided details for the third county, as both the name and the specific information are missing. However, the North East of England, encompassing areas from the Scottish border down to the River Tees, is rich in history, natural beauty, and cultural heritage. It includes not just Northumberland and County Durham but also parts of Tyne and Wear and the Tees Valley, offering a diverse range of activities and attractions for visitors. Whether it's exploring vibrant cities, enjoying the great outdoors, or relaxing in a cosy lodge, the North East has something for everyone.

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a blend of home comfort and the great outdoors. Lodges in North East England offer the perfect mix of luxury and nature, often with stunning views and cosy interiors. Many come with private hot tubs and are set in locations that make exploring the surrounding countryside and coastlines a breeze. It's a unique way to experience the beauty of the region.

What should I pack when visiting North East England?

Pack layers – the weather can be unpredictable! Include waterproofs for coastal walks and comfy shoes for exploring. Don't forget swimwear for those hot tub moments. And, of course, a camera to capture the breathtaking landscapes. Lodges usually have well-equipped kitchens, so you might want to bring your favourite snacks and ingredients to whip up a meal.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Yes, in most places. The majority of lodges in North East England offer ample parking right by your accommodation, making it super convenient to unload your car and settle in. It's also handy for day trips around the region.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

No worries! Many lodges come equipped with board games, books, and smart TVs, making them perfect for a cosy day in. Plus, the sound of rain on the roof while you're in a hot tub is pretty magical. You can also explore indoor attractions like The Beamish Museum or Life Science Centre in Newcastle.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely. While many lodges have fantastic kitchen facilities, sometimes you just want to relax and let someone else do the cooking. Local takeaways and delivery services like Just Eat or Deliveroo often cover lodge areas, and some sites have their own on-site restaurants offering delivery straight to your door.

Is North East England a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely! Visiting during the off-season means fewer crowds and often cheaper rates. The scenery in autumn and winter is stunning, with crisp mornings and cosy evenings by the fire. Plus, many lodges offer year-round hot tubs, so you can enjoy the outdoors no matter the weather.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, hygiene is top priority. Your hot tub will be meticulously cleaned and balanced before your arrival, ensuring it's ready for you to jump in and relax. Most places check and maintain them daily, so you'll always have a pristine soak waiting for you.

Are there any pet-friendly lodges?

You bet! North East England is a paradise for pets, with countless walks and beaches to explore. Many lodges welcome furry friends, so they can join in on the adventure. Just check in advance, as some places might ask for a small extra fee for pets.

What local attractions should we not miss?

Don't skip the stunning Northumberland Coast for dramatic views, or Hadrian's Wall for a slice of history. For families, Alnwick Castle (aka Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films) is a must-visit. There's something for everyone, from serene nature walks to historical sites.

How accessible are these lodges for someone with mobility issues?

Many lodges and sites in North East England are designed with accessibility in mind, offering ramps, walk-in showers, and more. However, it's best to discuss your specific needs when booking, as facilities can vary. Rest assured, there's a good range of options to ensure a comfortable stay for everyone.