Seaside caravan holidays at their very best at the privately owned and run five star Golden Sands Holiday Park, yards from the beach in the village of Cresswell on the beautiful Northumberland Coast.
A warm welcome awaits everyone at the Calvert Trust. Set in 40 acres of woodland and overlooking Kielder Water it is the perfect base for exploring Kielder Water and Forest Park, Northumberland National Park and Hadrian's Wall.
Parmontley Hall Country Lodges enjoy a truly lovely location set in the heart of an ancient 14,000 acre estate. You will enjoy breath taking views of North Pennines scenery. There is a plethora of rare wildlife and relaxation opportunities. These luxurious, prestigious holiday lodges offer you the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday modern life.
Kielder Water Lodges boast twenty seven miles of shoreline fringed by pine forest and heather moorland. The stunning landscape of Kielder Water creates a perfect setting for these outstanding lodges. Kielder Water Lodges have been awarded the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation.
Set just 2 miles from the lovely village of Warkworth's glorious sandy beach and enjoying direct access to country walks from its enclosed garden The Beeches is one of a select number of luxury lodges set on a private estate.
Warkworth is a village dominated by the dramatic ruins of its 12th century castle. The main street is lined with Georgian and early Victorian houses and there is a range of galleries, antique shops, a village shop-cum-post office, pubs, restaurants and gift shops to suit all tastes. Warkworth has its own stretch of sandy beach and a 9 hole 'pay and play' golf course.
This detached timber lodge has been recently constructed to offer holiday accommodation to an excellent standard. The spacious lounge boasts a spectacular two storey glass gable section at the rear to emphasise its bright and sunny ambience, and leads to a decked area within the enclosed garden - a haven for relaxation. The property also enjoys the indulgence of two bathrooms; one with a steam shower and the other with a Jacuzzi bath - the epitome of luxury!
The lodge is positioned within easy access of Amble, known locally as 'the friendliest port', where fishing and boat trips to the Farne Islands depart 4 miles away, and a further mile north is the picturesque village of Warkworth, dominated by its majestic castle. Druridge Bay is renowned for its extensive sweep of golden, sandy beach nestled by rolling sand dunes -idyllic for those who enjoy a gentle stroll to enjoy the sights, smells and sounds of the waves lapping against this beautiful seashore - only 5 miles away. There is a Country Park nearby, which offers a Nature Sanctuary, a visitor centre and where many water sports are available on Ladyburn Lake. The historic market town of Morpeth, which offers an extensive range of amenities is 10 miles south and the Alnwick garden, a charitable project created by the Duchess of Northumberland, has a lovely woodland walk, a grand cascade waterfall and a restaurant incorporated within the largest tree house in Europe is a popular visitor attraction close by. For those seeking more lively entertainment, the vibrant City of Netoiletastle and extensive shopping facilities at Gateshead's Metro Centre are around 20 miles south.
Wyndy Lodge is an excellent base to explore the 20 miles of heritage coastline this region is proud to have recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
May Lodge is a detached timber lodge and offers well furnished and spacious self catering accommodation. The lounge to the rear of the property boasts a spectacular two storey glass, gable section to emphasise its bright and sunny ambience and leads to a decked area within the enclosed garden - a haven for relaxation.
This lively little seaport, with its new marina, bustling harbour, where freshly caught fish can be bought from the shop, glorious sandy beaches and a coastal walk to the bird sanctuary at Hauxley makes this a perfect place to spend a holiday.
Nestled in the rolling farmland of Coldingham Bay, the village of Coldingham itself enjoys great views over the sheltered golden beaches of the Berwickshire coastline. With excellent local surfing and canoeing facilities, the settlement also offers a wide choice of local shops, pubs and restaurants.
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