Border Forest Park Lodges
Northumberland, England

Details for Border Forest Park Lodges

Spacious lodges in a breath-taking rural location.
Sleek living area.

Situated in the heart of the Northumberland National Park is the peaceful holiday park of Border Forest Park. This family run holiday park is the perfect location to get away from it all and connect with nature.

We have a selection of four superb lodges to choose from, the Heron can sleep up to six people in total comfort, while the Goshawk, Osprey and Wagtail can accommodate four people. Whichever lodge you choose you can rely on stylish furnishings in the living and dining area with comfortable sofas and an LCD television with DVD player. Each lodge has a fully fitted kitchen complete with all the appliances you would need for a successful self catering break or longer holiday. All lodges are centrally heated and have double glazing so your stay will be nice and cosy whatever the weather or time of year. Outside each lodge is a decking area with outdoor furniture and there is also a private hot tub for guests to unwind in after a day out in the surrounding countryside. Well behaved dogs are welcome on the park and they will love going for a walk in the woodland.

This is a great location for those who love the great outdoors as there are lots of walking and cycling routes in the immediate area. Horse riding is also available close by as is fishing. The Border Forest Bridge takes you into the magnificent Keilder Forest where many types of wildlife can be spotted including red squirrels and roe deer. Just a short distance away is the border between England and Scotland. Less than an hour's drive is the lovely coastline of Northumberland with lots of sandy beaches to stroll along. Bird watchers should take the opportunity to visit the famous Sea Bird Sanctuary on the Farne...

 
 

Further Details

Accommodation Type:  Lodges & Log Cabins
Beds:
  • 2
  • 1
Bedrooms:  3
Sleeps:   6
Speciality:
  • Hot Tubs
  • Pet & Dog Friendly

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