Durham Coastal Lodges are situated in the heart of the Durham countryside, while only a short drive from the coast. Specially designed, wood lodges offering perfect peace and quiet amid tranquil surroundings. Two and three bedroom lodges to suit couples, or families and friends. Award winning Heritage Coast beaches on the doorstep.
Get away from the stress and pollution of the city with a break in one of the luxury Durham Coastal Lodges. Chic and spacious interiors with tons of natural light and views of open fields all around the lodges.
Historic location of County Durham, in a rural setting with sandy beaches a few minutes away. Private patio and garden with hot tub luxury to end the day.
The lodges have beautifully laid out open plan living and dining areas with wood burning stoves. Fully fitted kitchen area along one wall of the living area. Double beds with ensuite facilities. All lodges have private patios and gardens with low stone walls giving stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Paved and lawned area outside, garden furniture to sit out, plus roomy hot tubs. Patio covered by lodge roof. Space for between four to six guests. No pets allowed.
Durham Coastal Lodges are family friendly, with travel cots and high chairs available at no extra cost. No pets are allowed, so it’s just friends and family on this luxury break.
In this section, we look at Durham Coastal Lodges and places to visit nearby. We also look at the wider local area, to see what's on offer for days out and other activities.
Two bedroom lodge. Double bedroom with ensuite, twin bedroom next door. Bathroom with shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin.
Three bedroom lodge. Double bedroom with ensuite, another double and twin bedroom, all on the same level. Raised veranda with separate covered area for large hot tub.
Lovingly created holiday lodges, to suit couples, families or groups of friends. Private outdoor areas including garden furniture, hot tubs and views of surrounding countryside.
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Value for money - 87%
A fantastic wooden clad lodge situated on the outskirts of the charming town of Nantwich. Ideal for a small family looking to enjoy the north west.View property
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Close to the quaint village of Sandiway, this superb holiday cottage has luxury running throughout and is the perfect base to explore Cheshire.View property
Durham Coastal Lodges are perfectly designed for couples, families and small groups of friends. Both 2 and 3 bedroom lodges have plenty of space in the garden, for kids to run around and adults to sit back and enjoy the view.
And what a view. Haswell sits in the open countryside to the east of the Durham, on the way to the sandy beaches on the North Sea coast. The area is criss crossed with pathways to explore, some of them converted from old waggon ways used by the county’s hundreds of coal mines. The village of Haswell is on the doorstep, with its pub, post office and the chance to order a great takeaway.
To the east of Haswell, about a 15 minute drive away, lies the Durham Heritage Coast. This covers a huge stretch of coastline from Tyne and Wear in the north, through County Durham and onto Teesside in the south. There are lots of mapped and signposted walks to follow, with some truly spectacular views along the way. The Coast features limestone cliffs, superb promontories, woodland and lovely sandy beaches.
Another local attraction for nature lovers to enjoy is the Castle Eden Dene National Nature Reserve. This follows the Castle Eden Burn, which is a beautiful wooded valley with protected status. From its staring point next to the A19, the Reserve stretches all the way to the sea.
To the west of Haswell is the historic City of Durham. This has lots to offer both the daytime and night time visitor. With its dramatic cathedral dominating the local landscape, this World Heritage Site is home to many cultural activities throughout the year. As the city is quite hilly, you might want to stop off in one of its hundreds of pubs and restaurants, or pop into a few of its unique shops and boutiques.
Durham Coastal Lodges are perfectly placed for a peaceful getaway, either as a couple or with family and friends. With either two or three bedrooms, the open plan living area and patio give plenty of space to spread out and relax. The site is in the middle of beautiful countryside, with open fields and pastures everywhere.
The local village is very handy for refreshments if nobody fancies cooking. The World Heritage City of Durham is on your doorstep, as is some spectacular coastline along the Durham Heritage Coast. Newcastle upon Tyne lies just to the north, and Yorkshire to the south.
At the end of a busy day out, treat yourself and your guests to a luxurious hot tub in your own private garden.
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