Parmontley Hall Lodges
Experience log cabin luxury in Northumberland
What To Expect
Located within 12.500 acres of the historic Whitfield Estate, the Parmontley Hall Lodges offer guests a unique experience in one of the UK's most prized spots. Designated as an ’Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, the grounds of Whitfield Estate provide magnificent views of the North Pennines and present nature lovers with the opportunity to discover some of the rarest flora and fauna in Britain.
All in all, the Parmontley Hall Lodges provide visitors with the ideal base from which to explore the surrounding countryside and towns.
First Class Luxury
hOT tUB hEAVEN
The Parmontley Hall Lodges present guests with all the comforts of a modern home albeit in one of the most stunning settings in Britain. Each lodge boasts its very own outdoor luxury hot tub and veranda space, allowing the guests a once in a lifetime chance to experience the closing night from the warmth of a bubbling spa. These chic single storey lodges are perfect for retreating couples and mid-sized family groups alike.
Lodges or Cottages?
The single floor traditional country lodges offer guests a warm, spacious haven in the heart of 12,500 acres of glorious grounds. All lodges come fitted with a fully functional kitchen and laundry space. Sleeping rooms are all amply sized and offer guests that added privacy that is not always available in such lodges. Private outdoor deluxe hot tubs come standard with each lodge.
Good place for dogs
The surrounding area is a pet friendly paradise for a number of reasons. The large open Northumberland countryside with numerous walks and trails, allow for a truly remarkable day out experiencing what the North of England has to offer.
Unfortunately, the lodges at Parmontley Hall are strictly no pets allowed. However, for other lodges that do allow pets, click here
” At a glance ”
About the LOG CABINS at PARMONTLEY
Furthermore, we take a look at the different accommodation available at Parmontley Hall’s and what the Northumberland countryside has to offer.
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Parmontley Hall Lodges Address & Postcode
Low Haber Caravan Park, Whitfield NE47 8HH, UK
Magnificent country style pine lodge with one master room with ensuite shower, and two twin bedrooms. Additional bathroom with traditional sitting bath and overhead shower. Fully equipped kitchen and laundry space. The main living lounge is comprised of a Stylish open planned kitchen with double glazed doors leading on to treated decking and down to a family sized outdoor hot tub.
A fabulous timber lodge with a master bedroom with ensuite shower. Second bedroom is a single twin which can be easily modified into a double. There's an additional bathroom with overhead shower, and the lodge sports a laundry space and fully equipped kitchen. Spacious lounge and TV area with Queen doors leading onto decking and an outdoor hot tub.
Modern and stylish single floored timber lodge. The rooms consist of one master bedroom with ensuite shower, and one twin room (which can be modified into a double). An additional bathroom is included with traditional sitting bath and overhead shower. Spacious open planned lounge and kitchen area with double glazed doors leading out to decking and an outdoor hot tub. Stunning views from inside and out.
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Situated within the grounds of the historic Whitfield Estate the surrounding parkland gives way to large areas of unspoilt woodland. Although mostly flat the area also presents adventurers with hidden streams, gullies and gorges. The Estate's lands offer some of the best game hunting land in the UK. Outside of the grounds the town of Hexham provides visitors with a whole host of activities and places to visit including the old abbey and a day at the races.
Top Things to Do
Dating back to AD674, Hexham Abbey dominates the Market Place skyline. The Abbey offers visitors the chance to discover many historical treasures and unique architectural features like the 7th century Crypt. There Abbey also hosts an interactive exhibition which takes visitors through its entire 1300-year history. The gift shop is perfect for holiday mementoes and gifts.
Not to be missed! Britain’s foremost Roman monument, this designated World Heritage Site stretches on for over 73 miles. A visit to the wall and its subsequent walk offers up everything from stunning countryside views, coastline, and picturesque villages. As well as walking routes there are also designated cycling routes.
CORBRIDGE ROMAN TOWN
Corbridge was a bustling Roman town where civilians would journey to shop for food and provisions. Today visitors can still walk through the very same streets and experience a small taste of what Roman life may have been like. Inside the museum you can view hundreds of valuable objects found during excavations, including trinkets and armour. A full day out that is not only interesting but highly educating too.
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