Enjoy a weekend of complete relaxation with a stay in one of our luxury lodges with hot tubs in Northumberland. From the Northumberland Coast to the Kielder Forest Park, this delightful county is home to a whole host of beautiful destinations. Whether you’re searching for a seaside retreat or perhaps a cabin nestled within the countryside, our handpicked selection of luxury lodges can be found all over this wonderful region.
At Lodges With Hot Tubs, we’ve handpicked an incredible selection of luxurious holiday homes. From spacious open-plan retreats for groups of friends to cosy lodges for two, we’ve got something to suit everyone. Planning on bringing along your four-legged friend? We’ve got a lovely choice of dog-friendly lodges, so there’s no need to worry about pet-sitters while you’re away.
With so many wonderful places in Northumberland to discover, the only problem you might have is deciding where to stay. Those who love a traditional seaside break will find plenty to do in the towns of Blyth and Beadnell. If you’d prefer somewhere a little more rural, our lodges within the tranquil surroundings of the Northumberland National Park are sure to please.
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Not sure where to visit? Here are some of our most popular locations for luxury lodges in Northumberland.
Best for: Discovering the stunning Alnwick Gardens
Alnwick is a popular market town, set within the heart of Northumberland. With its cobbled streets and traditional architecture, much of its medieval character has been retained - including the mighty Alnwick Castle that takes pride of place in the town itself. Considered to be one of the finest examples in England, this impressive fortress boasts beautiful gardens with more than 15,000 plants!
Best for: Enjoying a traditional seaside holiday
If you love a good old fashioned seaside holiday, then Blyth is the town for you. Set along the South East coast of Northumberland, this charming town has a bustling promenade, fantastic sea views and a choice of top-notch fish and chip shops! The historic port is still used today; visitors can sit on the promenade and spend the day watching the sailing boats come by.
Best for: Exploring the mighty Bamburgh Castle
Bamburgh is a lovely village set on the picturesque coast of Northumberland. Overlooking it is the impressive Bamburgh Castle; an amazing sight to see from the golden sands of the beach below. As you wander through its historic streets, you’ll find an excellent selection of independent shops and eateries.
Best for: Walking around the surrounding countryside
Set within the idyllic Northumberland countryside, Rothbury is a traditional market town with so much to offer. Whether you’re there for its bustling high street or to discover the stunning scenery that surrounds the town, there’s something to keep everyone busy. Keen walkers and cyclists will enjoy the abundance of hiking trails that start from the town centre, leading you to the heather-laden hills of the Coquet Valley.
Best for: Taking it easy in this quaint, pretty village
A quaint village on the banks of River Rede, Otterburn is a wonderful choice for those in need of some R&R. A far cry from the hustle and bustle of Northumberland’s busier towns and villages, visitors can enjoy life at a slower pace here. Among the small selection of local shops and pubs, you’ll find the Otterburn Mill - a former working textile mill that has been transformed into an outdoor and country clothing store.
For great guided walks, experiences and outdoors adventures in Northumberland, visit Footsteps.
Wherever you decide to stay, you’ll find an array of stunning walking routes in Northumberland. Here are just a few of our favourite walks in the region.
Walk length: Four miles
Take a relaxed stroll around the grounds of Hulne Park. Once a source of firewood and meat for the Percy family who owned Alnwick Castle, this gorgeous park is perfect for afternoon walks, especially when the sun is shining.
Walk length: Varied
Enjoy stunning sea vistas with a walk along Blyth South Beach. This long stretch of golden sands is perfect for romantic strolls or walks with the pooch. If you’re lucky, you might even spot a porpoise or dolphin swimming by!
Walk length: Five miles
This scenic circular route takes you from Bamburgh to Budle Bay, along a beautiful stretch of coastline. Along the way, you’ll enjoy views over the Farne Islands as well as Lindisfarne Castle and Holy Island once you get to Budle Point.
Walk length: One and a half miles
The short yet scenic Rothbury Riverside Walk is perfect for a quick afternoon stroll along the lovely River Coquet. The flat, easy-going path is also ideal for those with pushchairs or wheelchairs.
Walk length: Just over eight miles
If you don’t mind a challenge, a hike to the top of The Otterburn Ranges is steep yet very rewarding. Nature is in abundance here; from rare bird species to the resident goats, there’s plenty to see along the way.
Taxi Services in Alnwick
For a reliable and affordable taxi service, private hire, airport transfers or rail transfers in Alnwick, Northumberland, look no further than Sovereign Taxis.
Book now on 01665 602 200 or 07553 360 662.
Coach Hire in Belford
Travelsure Coaches is a friendly family run business in Belford, Northumberland, established for over 30 years. From coach hire for European/national travel to local taxi hire, they have it all. To make a booking or for more information, dial 01665 720955 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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