If you’re thinking about a stay in north Northumberland later in the year … then this could be just what you’re looking for.
Plan ahead for some luxury
September and October can provide some fabulous weather here in north Northumberland … but, as we know, it can also provide an early taste of winter.
Our Luxury Lodge is built in the format of a traditional log cabin … but with lots of modern day benefits. It’s well insulated, has underfloor heating and offers top of the range accommodation.
Comfort is guaranteed … all year round … and whatever the weather!
The lodge, which has over 1,800 square feet of living space, has 2 bedrooms, and can easily accommodate a family of 4 or 2 couples. The living area is light and links to a fully equipped kitchen.
The lodge is situated in its own, private garden with parking for 2 cars. There’s also garden furniture and barbecue facilities so you can enjoy a little al fresco living.
Although the lodge is well booked through the summer, there are free weeks from September onwards. All you have to do is make your booking and turn up on the day … bedroom and bathroom linens, electricity, heating and water are all included … and you get all the benefits of staying at South Meadows!
A couple of reminders about what’s on in June …
The following gardens are open in support of HospiceCare North Northumberland.
|Glanton Pyke||Sunday 10th June||1pm to 5pm|
|Mindrum House||Sunday 17th June||2pm to 5pm|
|Whitton Gardens||Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July||11am to 4pm|
This really is a wonderful charity … you can get further details here by checking out this PDF from HospiceCare.
On Saturday & Sunday, 23rd & 24th June 2018 – in Alnwick Market there’s a celebration of Northumberland’s finest food and crafts.
The ‘TASTE OF THE NORTH’ OFFERS more than 50 stalls and street food providers, craft demonstrations and live music.
The Chippendale Exhibition continues at Paxton House, Berwick.
To celebrate the tercentenary of Thomas Chippendale’s birth, Chippendale 300 is a nationwide celebration of events inspired by the life, work and legacy of Thomas Chippendale.
The collection combines relatively plain but innovative furniture forms with superb quality mahogany cuts and veneers.
For tickets and prices go to http://tinyurl.com/ychow9bq