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Parmontley Hall Lodges

North of England » Northumberland » Hexham » Whitfield
  • Cupola Lodge hot tub
  • The park setting
  • The park setting
  • The park setting
  • Parmontley Hall Lodges, Whitfield, Hexham
  • The park setting
  • Parmontley Hall Lodges, Whitfield, Hexham
  • The park setting
  • Beautiful woodland walks
  • The park setting
  • The park setting
  • The local pub
  • Parmontley Hall Lodges, Whitfield, Hexham
  • River Allen, Cupola Bridge
  • Peel Lodge
  • Peel Lodge
  • Peel Lodge
  • Peel Lodge
  • Cupola Lodge
  • Cupola Lodge
  • Cupola Lodge
  • Cupola Lodge
  • Staward Lodge
  • Staward Lodge
  • Staward Lodge
  • Staward Lodge
Date
Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2
For

Relax and enjoy the view across this ancient 14,000 acre estate from the privacy of your own outdoor hot tub. The scenery is beautiful and there's an abundance of rare wildlife and some gorgeous walks. The luxurious lodges aren't far from scenic Kielder Forest Park and the Lake District, but if you do fancy some nightlife, Newcastle is just 30 miles away.

Parmontley Hall Lodges is a true escape where you can take in the beauty of the North Pennines scenery. As well as a multitude of walks and cycle paths, there is an outdoor play area for the kids and a clubhouse with snooker and pool. If you want to venture further afield, both Gateshead and Newcastle are great places to visit with a choice of excellent restaurants and shops.

The lodges are comfortable, contemporary and spacious and all have their own verandahs with garden furniture and private hot tubs. Peel Lodge sleeps up to four people and has one double and one twin bedroom and Staward Lodge sleeps six - two of the rooms have bunk beds, perfect for a larger family.

Northumberland is a really beautiful part of the country with wonderful parks, nature trails and walks to explore, such as Northumberland National Park and the Cheviot Hills. If you want to find out about the history of mining in the North Pennines, Nethead Mines in Alston has a fascinating museum, full of information about the people who worked there and the legacy they left.

Our Top Tip
"For a fun and educational day out head for Beamish Open Air Museum based around 27 miles from the lodges."
Accommodation features
  • An outstanding choice of luxury two and three bedroom lodges, each with their own hot tub, ideal for romantic breaks and year round holidays.
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Flat screen TV with freesat/DVD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
  • Bath and shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Decking
  • Barbecue on request
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • No pets
  • All non smoking accommodation

Details and Offers

Pamper pack for couples – Champagne, chocolates, luxury toiletries and use of fluffy bathrobes – £95 per pack (must be ordered and paid for prior to arrival).

Accommodation at Parmontley Hall Country Lodges

Sleeps
4

Cupola Lodge

Decadent and spacious contemporary timber lodge. Master bedroom with ensuite shower and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Spacious modern open plan kitchen/living area with doors to decking with outdoor hot tub and countryside views.
Sleeps
4

Peel Lodge

Boutique and spacious contemporary timber lodge. Master bedroom with ensuite shower and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Washing machine. Spacious modern open plan kitchen/living area with doors to decking with outdoor hot tub and countryside views.
Sleeps
6

Staward Lodge

Superior and stunning stylish pine lodge. Master bedroom with ensuite shower and two twin. Bath with overhead shower. Washing machine. Spacious modern open plan kitchen/living area with doors to decking with outdoor hot tub and countryside views.

Parmontley Hall Country Lodges Reviews

Jonathan, Huddersfield
Date of stay: 6th April 2018
Accommodation type: Cupola Lodge
Lovely relaxing break,would highly recommend if you want peace and quiet in a very remote area.
Gary, Sunderland
Date of stay: 1st December 2017
Accommodation type: Peel Lodge
Lovely place lovely park wardens. Very quiet but we love that
Bridget, Northallerton
Date of stay: 24th November 2017
Accommodation type: Peel Lodge
Peel lodge was just beautiful, spotless and well laid out.
Keith
Date of stay: 17th November 2017
Accommodation type: Peel Lodge
If you want relaxation this is it
Michelle, Gateshead
Date of stay: 13th November 2017
Accommodation type: Staward Lodge
Amazingly relaxing place. Hot tub was lovely, loads of space between the 4 lodges. Lovey warm welcome. Lovely cosy and warm lodge and great wildlife in peaceful surroundings. Took everything wed need and never left lodge for full weekend. Just a great place to relax and get away fronting everything, already booked for next year again!! Only recommendation is that it could do with a couple of new dining chairs as some had lost their stuffing.
Donald, Dunfermline
Date of stay: 20th October 2017
Accommodation type: Staward Lodge
First class.
Kathy, Northampton
Date of stay: 2nd October 2017
Accommodation type: Peel Lodge
Lovely lodge in beautiful surroundings, although a little remote for us and the 20 minute drive along windy twisty roads out to the main road gets boring after a while.
Richard
Date of stay: 28th July 2017
Accommodation type: Staward Lodge
all verey good
Jacqueline
Date of stay: 28th July 2017
Accommodation type: Cupola Lodge
Lovely, can't wait to do it again.
Lynsey, Durham
Date of stay: 22nd May 2017
Accommodation type: Peel Lodge
absolutely brilliant
Louise
Great holiday!
Jane
We had a wonderful break and the site staff are great. Lovely walk to the pub which sold lovely food with friendly staff. Hot tub made our weekend special. Would definitely recommend.
Sara
Beautiful lodge and very clean and tidy. The only thing I would say is that there could have been a better frying pan and the masher for potatoes wasn’t very good but apart from that it was fabulous
Amy
Very quiet park, just what we wanted. Lodge was spotless and very comfortable. Walked to nearby pub through woods and had a delicious lunch.
Laura
Was an amazing break away after the rush of Xmas, for me my husband and another couple, we have already booked again to go back Lodge was immaculate Everything you need is there Hot tub was amazing and we had a walk to the elks head in the snow. I highly recommend this place for a peaceful break
Gary
Lovely place very remove but we love that. Staff very nice and leave you to enjoy the peace.
Bridget
We have been going to Parmontley Hall Lodges for 6 yrs now. And we love every minute of it. The piece and quite, the wild life that greet you every morning. The beautiful surrounding. And last but not least the amazing staff.
Joseph
We have been to this lodge on a number of occasions and always spotless and warm. Anything not correct we just inform the warden and it is delt with as soon as possible. Peace and quite with a hot tub to relax in.
Keith
Lovely and peaceful and relaxing will definitely be back
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Fun Days Out near Parmontley Hall Lodges

Go Ape Northumberland - about 18 Miles
Go Ape! has really taken off and become one of the most popular attractions in the UK.  The Northumberland course is set in the stunning grounds of Matfin Hall.  Described as a high wire forest adventure this really is one for the more daring as the course takes place right up in the tree tops.  Giant tree top obstacle courses include ladders, bridges, tunnels and some of the country's best zip lines.  You will be provided with all safety equipment and training on site.
Housing the most fascinating collection of Birds of Prey in the North East this centre is definitely worth a visit if you are staying in the Kielder Water area. Located in Falstone it's easy to get to and makes a great day out for both families and couples.  As well as seeing the amazing birds you can learn all about the captive breeding programme and the excellent work being done there.  Some of the highlights of the day might include watching a Falcon stoop down from the skies at over 100mph and admiring the grace of the Eagles, Kites and Hawks.
This is a museum and art gallery in one and will suit those looking for an educational and cultural day out.  You can explore the fantastic art collection including Fine Art, Decorative Art and Textiles.  If you love nature then this aspect of Tullie House will appeal. The museum holds large and important collections of zoological, botanical and geological material. And for lovers of history there is plenty to wet your appetite here. Tullie House collects a wide range of historic materials including objects, ephemera (printed material), photographs and associated information files.  We think this museum and art gallery are excellent value for money as well.