Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
The Calvert Trust Kielder lodge park is a great park for those looking to wind down for a week or so. The park is perfectly located in the beautiful countryside of Northumberland on the edge of Kielder water and surrounded by forest, rolling fields and the very best countryside. This makes the lodge park great for people interested in hiking and outdoor pursuits in the surrounding countryside.
Hadrian’s wall is one attraction that is pretty close by and definitely worth a visit. Calvert Trust Kielder also boasts a number of facilities which ensure the visitors remain entertained throughout the duration of their stay. One of the most popular of these is the hydrotherapy pool which is perfect for enjoying a leisurely daily dip or soothing any aches and pains.
There is also a sensory room as well as a steam room and sauna which help provide the perfect relaxation experience. All of the accommodations at the lodge park have internet access which is available via a WIFI network. Children are also kept entertained by a play area.
There happens to be only one type of accommodation available at the park which is a lodge. This lodge is called the Calvert and sleeps 7 guests comfortably. The lodge is described as both spacious and luxurious and has three separate bedrooms.
One of the bedrooms has a double bed with the other two bedrooms having just twin bedrooms. There is also a large spacious bathroom which has a lie in bath for guests to use. The kitchen is also large and has all of the things that you would expect at home and possible more. This accommodation option will cost from around £314 per week and there are short breaks and long weekends available as well.
The lodges also include as standard microwaves and hairdryers which help make guests stays more comfortable. There is also a dining room on site and you can get a range of takeaway meals as well. Want to bring you pet with you? No problem as there are pet friendly log cabins to book.Tags: Lodges in England, Lodges in North of England, Lodges in Northumberland