This is one of the more sought after two storey lodges situated on the hill, with lovely views over the Cumbrian Hills from the lounge and large balcony, it is one of the original ones built so is more spacious than some of the other lodges and has been recently refurbished to a high standard Two of the three bedrooms have en-suite facilities and there is a separate bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and sauna. There is a really spacious kitchen diner on the ground floor with a large glass dining table and a Blaupunkt large screen TV and CD player in the lounge with an additional table that seats 4, it hard to appreciate the quality and speciousness of these lodges without seeing them. Overall the lodge is a great place for entertaining guests or just relaxing with family and friends. For a small additional cost you can order in a provisions pack so you have your first few days basics waiting for you when you arrive. Lodge owners also benefit from half price golf on the two championship standard courses, and 20% discount off goods, services and food at the hotel complex. It is worth noting that Slaley Hall was short listed as a Ryder Cup venue. A golf buggy that seats 4 is provided for lodge owners to use for the week and is great fun for exploring the grounds, transporting you around the golf course or for whisking you off for dinner, afternoon tea or for swim in the complimentary indoor pool / sauna area. Additional massage or other beauty treatments can be purchased at the spa also at a discount. Inside the complex there are 3 restaurants, an indoor pool, two championship golf courses, 'in the grounds' walks of various lengths, spa facilities and a contracted firm that provide outdoor pursuits activities for the adventurous. Outside of the complex there are two good friendly pubs that serve excellent food within a 5 minute drive. Hexham and Corbridge are about fifteen minutes away. Both have quaint tea shops, restaurants and a good mixture of bargain and exclusive shops, antique and art lovers will appreciate the two towns especially Corbridge. Further afield there is Newcastle and Tyneside with lots to see and do. The Cumbrian Hills are on the doorstep and are good for a walk and to explore as is the quaint town of Blanchland with its tiny Abbey and Medieval Pub / Restaurant The Lord Crewe Arms that was once a Twelfth century Abbott's Priory, a great place to finish of one of the several walks you can start from here. The East Coast with its rugged beauty, is also about a short drive away with Holy Island with its rugged coastline and many castles and places of interest. Hadrians Wall is nearby along with two substantial archaeological sites open to the public with tea shops etc on the sites. Or if you are in need of a de stress, you can sit on the lodge balcony sip a relaxing drink and admire the panoramic view. The photos on the left accurately show the interior of the two storey lodge, the single story photo is of the lodges further down the hill and we have added a couple of our own.
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Resort : Slaley Hall
Week No. : 24
Season : Red
Unit Size : 3 Bedrooms
Sleeps : 8
Availability : Sold
Reference : VN608991
Changeover Day(s): Saturday, Sunday
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