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45 Log Cabins in Northumberland

Full of magical castles, stunning empty beaches and dramatic moorland staying in Northumberland offers so much to do. For Harry Potter fans there is Alnwick Castle. Superb beaches at Bamburgh and Druidge Bay, and the birdlife of the Farne Islands to explore.

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Hexham, Northumberland, North of England

From £700 Availability

Nestling in the low hills of the beautiful Tyne Valley and enjoying ¼ mile of fishing on the banks of the River South Tyne, Brokenheugh Lodge and Orchard Barn afford guests a holiday of escapism on the one hand and pure indulgence on the other.

Taken as a whole or separately, both the Lodge and Barn are built, furnished and equipped to a 5 star luxury standard with the added option of ancient woodland walks, fishing and picnics, all within the privacy of our 65 acre woodland estate.

Originally built in the late 1890's by Lord Joicey, a prominent coalmine owner and later politician, both the lodge and barn have been recently extended and completely refurbished to a very high standard.

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Bamburgh, Northumberland, North of England

From £639 Availability

Mallow Lodge is one of a small group of holiday eco-lodges situated within the dramatic setting of Brada Quarry. Northumberland is known for its awesome scenery, and the quarry is no exception, with superb views from the decking and living room, and with nature right on your doorstep. The exterior decking is south-facing, the perfect spot to catch some sun during a lazy afternoon or evening, and there’s a pizza oven and barbecue as well as a wood burning stove, so you can enjoy an al fresco meal then while away the evening hours keeping warm and snug. Inside the property you’ll find a large, open plan living area, with panoramic windows from the kitchen looking out onto the quarry. The living space is the perfect place to relax of an evening, with comfy sofas and a wood burning stove as a central feature. Mallow Lodge puts you in easy reach of some of Northumberland’s most famous and iconic destinations, including Bamburgh Castle and the Holy Island. Spectacular countryside and vast open skies are never far away, and a holiday at this eco-lodge will bring you up close to the beauty and majesty of the North East’s unique rural landscapes. This holiday at a glance Sleeps six guests. One bedroom with king size bed and en-suite shower room. One bedroom with king size bed. One bedroom with two sets of bunk beds. Family bathroom. Wood burning stove. South facing decking area with pizza oven, barbecue and wood burning stove. WiFi. Designated parking area for two cars adjacent to Mallow Lodge. Children of all ages welcome. Two well behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge). Minimum two night stay. Additional features Electric oven and hob. Microwave. Dishwasher. Washer dryer. Freesat TV and DVD player. High chair and cot available on request. Bi fold doors leading out onto the decking area. Garden furniture and outdoor stove. Pizza oven and barbecue. Attractions and nearby amenities Northumberland is known for its castles, so while you’re here make sure you visit what some consider to be the most picturesque. Bamburgh Castle stands guard over the North Sea from a rocky plateau. There are 1,400 years of history to discover right here. Alnwick Castle is a great day out too. The Gardens were lovingly restored by the Duchess of Northumberland, and contain fascinating features like the Poison Garden. While you’re in Alnwick, make sure to pop into Barter Books, the nation’s biggest second-hand bookshop and the place where all those ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ posters originated from. If you’re still hungry for castles, Lindisfarne is a spectacular destination. The Holy Island seems steeped in time – monks lovingly crafted the Lindisfarne Gospel here in the 700s, and people still come on religious retreats here today. Make sure to time your visit well – the island gets cut off from the mainland at high tide! One of the North East’s best kept secrets are the beaches that stretch for miles along the North Sea. Bamburgh, Embleton and Beadnell are all within driving distance of Mallow Lodge. Northumberland is mountain country and there’s plenty of high spots to choose from. The Cheviot Hills are breathtaking, and walking the ridges you can feel that you’re the only soul in the world. The waterfall of Linhope Spout plunges 18 metres to a pool below, and makes quite a racket! If you get a buzz out of buzzards or want to catch an oystercatcher, then Budle Bay is well worth a visit. Both migrants and natives flock here throughout the year, and there’s always plenty to see. There are binoculars you can borrow at Mallow Lodge. For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here. Accommodation all on one level Large open plan kitchen, dining and living area with bi-fold doors leading out onto wooden decking area. Door to utility and boot room with sink. Master bedroom with king size bed and en-suite shower room, bedroom with king size bed, bedroom with four 3’ bunk beds. Bathroom with bath and shower over. Outside Private, south-facing wooden decked area with handrail. Wood burning patio heater. Pizza oven and barbecue. Rattan garden furniture set with table and eight chairs. Shared grounds beyond the decking area, with picnic benches and a fire pit. Designated parking area for two cars adjacent to Mallow Lodge. Electric oven and hob. Microwave. Dishwasher. Washer dryer. Digital radio. Fast fibre WiFi.* Freesat TV and DVD player. High chair and cot available on request. Bi fold doors leading out onto the decking area. Garden furniture and outdoor stove. Pizza oven and barbecue. *Please note that internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor Rural Retreats will be held responsible.

23 Lakeside Drive 6

Felton, Northumberland, North of England

23 Lakeside Drive From £400 Availability

23 Lakeside Drive is a lodge resting on the outskirts of Felton. This all-ground-floor accommodation comes with three bedrooms, comprising of a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, served by a shower room, sleeping a total of six people. Completing the interior is an open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside, there is off-road parking and a rear garden with a lawn area and a veranda. 23 Lakeside Drive is a delightful base for exploring rural Northumberland.

43 The Pines 4

Felton, Northumberland, North of England

43 The Pines From £270 Availability

43 The Pines is a lovely lodge nestled in the small village of Swarland, Northumberland. Hosting two bedrooms: one king-size with en-suite shower room and one twin, with Jack-and-Jill access to a family bathroom, sleeping a total of four guests. There is an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside has an enclosed decking area with furniture, as well as off-road parking. 43 The Pines is a wonderful choice for a countryside break to Northumberland.

Aln 2

Longframlington, Northumberland, North of England

Aln From £254 Availability

Aln is a lovely detached wooden chalet in the heart of Longframlington, Northumberland. Hosting one double bedroom, and a bathroom, this property can sleep up to two people. Inside you will also find an open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area. To the outside is off-road parking for one car and a shared grassed area to the front. Surrounded by open countryside on the owners working farm, and perfect for couples, Aln is a charming cottage in an impressive part of England.

Alwinton 2

Longframlington, Northumberland, North of England

Alwinton From £227 Availability

Alwinton is a cosy log cabin resting in the village of Longframlington in Northumberland. Hosting one double bedroom and a family shower room, this property can sleep up to two people. Inside, you will also find an open plan sitting, kitchen and dining area with a woodburner effect fire. To the outside is off road parking for one car and a terrace with furniture. Situated in a heart warming location and close to historic attractions, Alwinton is a charming retreat in a peaceful part of England to be enjoyed at any time of the year.

Angie's Haven 4

Felton, Northumberland, North of England

Angie's Haven From £621 Availability

Angie's Haven is a log cabin on Fellmoor Park, near Felton in Northumberland. It has two bedrooms including a double and a twin. There is also an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area with an electric fire. Outside there is off road parking for one car and a decking with a hot tub. Angie's Haven is a beautiful lodge in a great location.

Betony 8

Bamburgh, Northumberland, North of England

Betony From £648 Availability

Betony is a wonderful lodge situated on the outskirts of Bamburgh, Northumberland. The property hosts three bedrooms: two king-size, one with an en-suite shower room and one family room with two bunk beds, sleeping a total of eight people. There is an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with real flame effect log burner. Outside has a decking area with furniture and off-road parking. Betony is an excellent choice for a rural-based holiday.

Breamish 2

Longframlington, Northumberland, North of England

Breamish From £254 Availability

Breamish is a lovely detached wooden chalet in the heart of Longframlington, Northumberland. Hosting one double bedroom, and a bathroom, this property can sleep up to two people. Inside you will also find an open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area. To the outside is off-road parking for one car and a shared grassed area to the front. Surrounded by open countryside on the owners working farm, and perfect for couples, Breamish is a charming cottage in an impressive part of England.