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Whispering Waters Teesdale Lodges

Visitor Rating
Rating
4.7
Holiday Provider
Hoseasons
County Durham » Gainford, County Durham
Sleeps up to 4
Pets 2
Hot Tub
Boasting a unique location, Whispering Waters Teesdale Lodges is a magnificent place to stay for your next weekend away or short break. Situated along the River Tees in Teeside, these lodges are magical and will provide guests will memories to last a lifetime with easy access to County Durham. All 3 lodges are designed to make the most of the countryside location offering magnificent views from every angle.

About Whispering Waters Teesdale Lodges

Boasting a unique location, Whispering Waters Teesdale Lodges is a magnificent place to stay for your next weekend away or short break. Situated along the River Tees in Teeside, these lodges are magical and will provide guests will memories to last a lifetime with easy access to County Durham.

All 3 lodges are designed to make the most of the countryside location offering magnificent views from every angle. Ideal for a couple’s romantic break or a small family holiday, Whispering Waters Teesdale Lodges are highly recommended. 

The Whispering Waters lodges have wi-fi on site for guests to access. The riverside rural setting provides the perfect peaceful and tranquil location for guests. There is easy access to walking trails and the nearby town of Barnard Castle. 

The 3 Whispering Waters Teesdale Lodges are eco-friendly with a wooden exterior and meadow roof and dog-friendly so your furry friend can enjoy this beautiful holiday location too. Inside each lodge, you’ll find a stylish interior with plenty of windows to let in the natural light and allow guests to enjoy the beautiful views across the Tees.

There is an open plan living, dining and well-equipped kitchen area where guests can enjoy quality time cooking, eating and relaxing together.

There are two bedrooms at either end of the lodge (ideal for two couples or a family) and two shower rooms. The lodges also feature underfloor heating, wood burner for cosy winter nights and a private decking area with a hot tub – offering the ultimate way to relax with stunning views. 

With magnificent views of the River Tees, you’ll find it hard to leave your cosy lodge. However, when you do want to explore, there is plenty to see and do in the surrounding area.

Barnard Castle is just 7 miles away and the natural mineral spring Gainford Spa is a short walk from the lodges and a must-visit. The large market town of Darlington is a short drive away where you can explore the town's shops and cafes as well as visit the Head of Steam Railway Museum. 

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Need to Know

Accommodation features
  • A boutique selection of contemporary 2 bedroom lodges sleeping 4
  • Flatscreen TV with Freeview
  • Wi-Fi
  • Open plan kitchen with breakfast bar, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and pod coffee machine
  • En-suite shower room to both bedrooms
  • Bed linen, duvet and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs FOC. £5 thereafter)
  • Gas and electricity provided
  • Travel cot (£5pw) and high chair (FOC) available
  • Pets £20 per stay (max 2)
  • All non-smoking accommodation
    Lodges are self-check in. No reception on site. Keys can be found in lock box on each lodge.

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Hoseasons
Sleeps 4
Pets: 2
Hot Tub
A superbly designed and laid-out contemporary lodge with modern design off-setting the surrounding countryside. Open plan central living lounge with kitchen diner with panoramic views across Teesdale. Two double bedrooms one with en-suite showers room and separate shower room and equally stunning views. Generous deck area with quality outdoor furniture and outdoor hot tub.
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Hoseasons
Sleeps 4
Pets: 2
Hot Tub
A superbly designed and laid-out contemporary lodge with modern design off-setting the surrounding countryside. Open plan central living lounge with kitchen/diner with panoramic views across Teesdale. Two double bedrooms with stunning views. There are also two bathrooms which have frosted glass so aren’t private. Generous deck area with quality outdoor furniture and outdoor hot tub.
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Hoseasons
Sleeps 4
Pets: 2
Hot Tub
A superbly designed and laid-out contemporary lodge with modern design off-setting the surrounding countryside. Open plan central living lounge with kitchen/diner with panoramic views across Teesdale. Two double bedrooms with stunning views, one with en-suite shower room and separate shower room. Generous deck area with quality outdoor furniture and outdoor hot tub.
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Sykes Cottages
Visitor Rating
Rating
9.8
Witton Gilbert
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Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Ideal for large families
  • Converted grain store
  • Group bookings up to 24 welcome
  • Great base for exploring Durham
  • Glass staircase
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Sykes Cottages
Visitor Rating
Rating
10
Witton Gilbert
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Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Hot Tub
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Visitor Rating
Rating
4.6
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9 Miles Away
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Hot Tub
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Slaley, Nr Hexham
9 Miles Away
Sleeps 8
Pets 2
Hot Tub
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Visitor Rating
Rating
9.4
Bishop Auckland
10 Miles Away
Sleeps 2
Pets 2
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  • Wood-fired hot tub
  • Enclosed garden
  • Pet friendly
  • Ideal for exploring Durham City
  • Stunning modern interior
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Visitor Rating
Rating
4.7
Slaley, Hexham
11 Miles Away
Sleeps 8
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Tranquil location
  • Shop/Supermarket
  • Children's play area
  • Cafe / Restaurant
  • Discover Hadrian’s Wall
From £659 per week
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Visitor Rating
Rating
4.9
Haswell, Nr Durham
16 Miles Away
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Luxury lodges
  • Wood burning fire
  • Children's play area
  • Ideal for exploring Durham
  • Electric charging points
From £479 per week
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Hoseasons
Visitor Rating
Rating
4.8
Hexham
16 Miles Away
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Explore historic Northumberland
  • Family friendly lodge park
  • Countryside setting
  • Right next to North Pennines
  • Hexham 2 miles
From £415 per week
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Hoseasons
Visitor Rating
Rating
4.7
Gainford, County Durham
18 Miles Away
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Stylish wooden lodges
  • Countryside Retreat
  • Riverside Views
  • Woodburner
From £365 per week
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Hoseasons
Visitor Rating
Rating
3.6
Whitfield, Hexham
21 Miles Away
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Riverside setting
  • Great for exploring
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Hoseasons
Visitor Rating
Rating
4.9
Crimdon
22 Miles Away
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Perfect base to explore Durham
  • Luxury glamping pods
  • Next to beautiful nature reserve
  • Beach few mins walk
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From £205 per week
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Kirkby Stephen
27 Miles Away
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Hot Tub
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Visitor Rating
Rating
4.7
Kiplin Lodges
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Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Hot Tub

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Visitor Rating
Rating
3.6
Hutton Rudby, Yarm
33 Miles Away
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Hot Tub
  • Countryside views
  • Peaceful location
  • Secure parking
  • Gated access
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Guisborough
34 Miles Away
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Hot Tub
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Whispering Waters Teesdale Lodges Reviews

"Lovely Lodge,contemporary Decor & very cosy.
Piece full & beautiful setting.
Surrounding area perfect for walking & taking in the scenery."
Sharon - Aug 2020
"A first class staycation."
David - Aug 2020
"Comfortable eco-lodge with a great view and nice owners. The cakes, milk and other things such as tea and coffee was greatly appreciated."
Trevor - Mar 2020
"Fabulous lodge everything you could want and so welcoming extras provided are just lovely, attention to detail, home made cake, fizz, starter pack of essentials and dogs taken care off with box of treats and bowls waiting for them. Owners just delightful nothing is too much trouble. Thank you we are already looking at another date to visit"
Pauline - Mar 2020
"We had an amazing stay at Whispering Waters a few weeks ago, sorry its taken so long to post our thanks.
Bill, Sue & Bea were amazing hosts. They really know how to look after their guests.
Although our party was not as big as wed planned, we had an amazing, relaxing time in wonderful surroundings.
The welcome basket was a lovely touch, and we thoroughly enjoyed delving into it.
It was well worth the 10 hour drive from Cornwall, and Bills recommendation of the fox hole for our evening meal was spot on! All I can say is try the belly pork - its to die for!!
The lodge was amazing. Every detail has been well thought out and this made for a stress free getaway which we thoroughly enjoyed and went home feeling relaxed and refreshed.
I cant recommend Whispering Waters Lodges enough. If youre looking for a peaceful slice of heaven in wonderful surroundings - you wont regret booking.
Thank you Bill, Sue & Bea for looking after us so well."
Tim - Mar 2020
"Stunning, quiet location & surroundings, comfortable, modern lodge with plenty of amenities. Internet, internet TV, a nice little welcome pack containing milk, bread, tea, coffee, sugar/sweetness etc. Very clean and tidy. A starter pack of logs, kindling and lighters for the log burner. A helpful welcome folder containing EVERYTHING you need to know about the lodge, instructions for everything within and information about the surrounding areas.

The personal touch was the email, sent by Bill, welcoming us and giving us easy to follow directions and instructions for "checking in".

We stayed as a family, 2 adults, 2 children. The kids would have moved in permanently, if it was an option.

Due to the nature of the eco lodges, if you run out of logs it can get chilly, quite quickly at night, in the lounge area. However there are blankets/throws included and it's warm and comfortable when in bed. We only used the log burner on the last night we stayed."
Stevie - Feb 2020
"Overall a great relaxing break."
Joanne - Jan 2020
"as the top of this form"
Christine - Jan 2020
"Absolutely amazing, can not recommend highly enough AAA+++"
David - Jan 2020
"The owner Bill was very welcoming and helpful. There was a lovely hamper of essentials on arrival, including milk, fruit juice, fresh bread and a bottle of fizz!
We would fully recommend the lodges and we hope the venture goes well for you Bill.
Kind regards Adam and Wendy"
Wendy - Sep 2019
"Just home from a beautiful long weekend with the family, kids wanted to stay longer! Excellent lodges, good facilities and beautiful location. Our lodge was spotless and felt very private. The dog welcome pack was a lovely touch too. Bill the owner was very helpful."
Nicola - Aug 2019
"We are just back from a lovely relaxing week at Whispering Waters staying in the Otter lodge. The lodge is well equipped and has everything you will need for your stay. Obviously the hot tub is fantastic and we used this every day apart from the day it rained constantly all day. But we made up for that by having a couple of double days a large balcony with a picnic table allows you to sit or eat out if it is warm enough looking out over the river. It also has a wood burning stove which was nice on a coolish autumnal evening. We stayed when the Covid restrictions were getting tightened in the area and unfortunately we never really had a chance to explore the area that we would normally like to do. We did however go up to Beamish, an out door museum near Durham, a short trip into the Head of Steam Railway museum in Darlington and visit to The High Force Waterfall, which was after the day of rain I mentioned earlier so was pretty spectacular. Gainford is a small village , but it does have a local Pub, unfortunately it was closed for refurbishment when we were there. It also has a take a way which we used one night for Fish & Chips, they were really tasty. The lodge is located right next to the River Tees and it you are a fisherman get in contact with Bill prior to your visit and he can give you details on how to fish there. I myself like fly fishing and it is a fantastic stretch right on your doorstep. Their is also a foot path between the lodge and the river, one way towards the village and the other way towards Winston, next village both lovely walks. Bill is a first class host, very helpful, informative and will make sure you have an enjoyable stay."
Lee - Jan 1970
"10/10 would come again"
Emma - Jan 1970
"Great place for a short break"
Rhoda - Jan 1970
"Lovely Lodge,contemporary Decor & very cosy.
Piece full & beautiful setting.
Surrounding area perfect for walking & taking in the scenery."
Sharon - Jan 1970
"A first class staycation."
David - Jan 1970
"Comfortable eco-lodge with a great view and nice owners. The cakes, milk and other things such as tea and coffee was greatly appreciated."
Trevor - Jan 1970
"Fabulous lodge everything you could want and so welcoming extras provided are just lovely, attention to detail, home made cake, fizz, starter pack of essentials and dogs taken care off with box of treats and bowls waiting for them. Owners just delightful nothing is too much trouble. Thank you we are already looking at another date to visit"
Pauline - Jan 1970
"We had an amazing stay at Whispering Waters a few weeks ago, sorry its taken so long to post our thanks.
Bill, Sue & Bea were amazing hosts. They really know how to look after their guests.
Although our party was not as big as wed planned, we had an amazing, relaxing time in wonderful surroundings.
The welcome basket was a lovely touch, and we thoroughly enjoyed delving into it.
It was well worth the 10 hour drive from Cornwall, and Bills recommendation of the fox hole for our evening meal was spot on! All I can say is try the belly pork - its to die for!!
The lodge was amazing. Every detail has been well thought out and this made for a stress free getaway which we thoroughly enjoyed and went home feeling relaxed and refreshed.
I cant recommend Whispering Waters Lodges enough. If youre looking for a peaceful slice of heaven in wonderful surroundings - you wont regret booking.
Thank you Bill, Sue & Bea for looking after us so well."
Tim - Jan 1970
"Stunning, quiet location & surroundings, comfortable, modern lodge with plenty of amenities. Internet, internet TV, a nice little welcome pack containing milk, bread, tea, coffee, sugar/sweetness etc. Very clean and tidy. A starter pack of logs, kindling and lighters for the log burner. A helpful welcome folder containing EVERYTHING you need to know about the lodge, instructions for everything within and information about the surrounding areas.

The personal touch was the email, sent by Bill, welcoming us and giving us easy to follow directions and instructions for "checking in".

We stayed as a family, 2 adults, 2 children. The kids would have moved in permanently, if it was an option.

Due to the nature of the eco lodges, if you run out of logs it can get chilly, quite quickly at night, in the lounge area. However there are blankets/throws included and it's warm and comfortable when in bed. We only used the log burner on the last night we stayed."
Stevie - Jan 1970
"as the top of this form"
Christine - Jan 1970
"Excellent place, would thoroughly recommend! :)"
Gemma - Jan 1970
"Lovely location with lots to do and see in the surrounding areas.

The owner greeted us and was friendly and helpful with his local knowledge and the lodge was clean and felt safe in unsettling times.


We would definitely return."
Lesley - Jan 1970
"Bit wear and tear on one of the sofas but is very dog friendly so to be expected. Great place to stay"
Peter - Jan 1970
"A little gem of a place with a stunning view and loads of walks right from the door. Bill the owner couldnt have been anymore helpful, checking everything was ok and advising us of the best places to visit. Would go back again in a heart beat."
Gary - Jan 1970
"Excellent accommodation in a lovely setting with beautiful towns and site seeing within close proximit"
Mark - Jan 1970
"We really enjoyed whispering waters very much it has great surrounding areas and the log cabins were very nice and the hot tub was very private"
Tracey - Jan 1970
"Well equipped. Lovely peaceful setting. A great relaxing break. Very nice welcome pack on arrival"
Amanda - Jan 1970
"Fantastic lodges in an excellent location. Scenery absolutely beautiful and lots of lovely walks nearby. Bill was really helpful and checked in with us a few times to make sure everything was ok or if we had any questions.
Definitely planning to return in the next year as enjoyed it so much."
Lauren - Jan 1970
"This is the 2nd year that we have been to Whispering Waters Lodges. Highly recommended and Bill is so welcoming and helpful . Lodges are immaculate & hot tub is amazing . The welcome pack is superb will definately be back again next year and have recommended these lodges to friends and family."
Trish - Jul 2022
"Beautiful lodge with stunning views. Met on arrival and could not be more helpful. Hot tub was superb, booking again for later in the year."
Steve - Jun 2022
"Lovely place to stay great lodge and a very friendly owner."
Michael - Jun 2022
"Just a beautiful spot in quiet surroundings with a lovely host. Would recommend this to couples or families."
Lisa - Jun 2022
"Wonderful setting and surroundings for a rural retreat. There is plenty to explore and places to visit. We took out dog Lola and she loved playing in the stream outside the cabin. Fantastic if you have a dog with secure fencing around the lodge."
Jade - Jun 2022
"Really had a lovely relaxing 4 days lodge and surroundings beautiful only 1 small comment the 2 seater setees not very comfortable and also could do with a chair on the decking bench not comfortable to sit at"
Delia - Jun 2022
"I had a lovely few days away the lodge was perfect my only downside was not many activity’s around to do with a one year old but for an adult get away this is the perfect place and the dog absolutely loved it too!! I would defiantly recommend and visit again :) the lodge owner was very helpful and friendly :)"
Katie - Jun 2022
"Beautiful lodges in quiet surroundings. Lodge has everything in it that you will need,nice touch with the welcome basket and Prosecco in the fridge. Dog friendly too"
Ricky - Jun 2022
"Lovely quirky little cabins, with everything in it that you need would definitely return"
Lynsey - Jun 2022
"Great location with lots to explore in the area. Lodge Very dog friendly and has everything you need for a week away. Lovely welcome hamper with bread, biscuits, milk, Prosecco and a few other bits. Also a doggy one with blankets, bowls and treats so pets felt very welcome too. Great walks along the river straight from the front door. Would definitely recommend and hopefully we will be back again!"
Jenny - May 2022
"Loved our break - place was fab ... location even better. Perfect for dog walks into Gainford or further along the other side to Winston bridge ... Will be back !"
Paul - May 2022
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Attractions Near Whispering Waters Teesdale Lodges

Here are some of the activities and experiences you can enjoy on your visit to Whispering Waters Teesdale Lodges. If you discover a worthy inclusion to this list on your hot tub break, please let us know and we'll add it so that other visitors can enjoy it too.
Big Sheep - EX39 5AP
about 19 Miles
This is a recommended day out for families with young children visiting the Bedale area of Yorkshire.  Visit the farm and receive a warm welcome as well as a guided tour.  You will have the chance to bottle feed the lambs, bath a pig and handle some of the smaller animals.  Kids will love the big sandpit and the outdoor play area. There is also a cafe and indoor play area for when the weather is not on your side.
Lightwater Valley - HG4 3HT
about 26 Miles
Situated in the Ripon area of North Yorkshire this popular theme park makes a fantastic day out for the whole family.  The more daring will love the big and thrilling rides such as Raptor Attack, The Ultimate and Trauma Tower.  For the little ones there are some excellent attractions such as Flying Camels, Dodgems and a Magic Wheel.  Toddlers will like the Dragon Boats and the Lightwater Express amongst other things. There are over 40 rides and attractions in total and we think this is excellent value for money too.  If you book your tickets in advance online you can save even more money and beat the queues.
Fountains Abbey - HG4 3DY
about 30 Miles
This is an outstanding world heritage site located close to Ripon in the North Yorkshire area. Nature lovers will be in their element with an abundance of wide open spaces to explore and there are special guided tours for families.  Some of the highlights may include seeing wild deer and bats during your visit.  The grounds are fantastic to wander round but there is also an Elizabethan Mansion, Victorian Church, Georgian Water Garden and the finest example of Cistercian Abbey ruins in the country - Well worth a visit!
Go Ape Northumberland - NE48 1NT
about 34 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.