Alnwick Lodge

West Cawledge Park
NE66 2HJ

01665 604363/603377
07392 848036

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Alnwick Lodge enjoys a picturesque setting close to the A1 trunk road. The Lodge and surrounding grounds has been home to Peter Smith since 1976, joined by Evelyn in 1994. During this period West Cawledge Park has been tastefully transformed from a dilapidated Northumbrian Farmstead to provide Alnwick Lodge.

Fifteen well equipped guest bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, individually decorated and furnished to the highest standard ranging from singles, doubles, twins, family, to a magestic Four Poster bedroom.

The antiques in the bedrooms are all for sale. Locally sourced produce including fresh fruits from the orchard feature in the splendid breakfast, packed lunches and evening meals are available if ordered in advance. Children and dogs are welcome.

The Lodge offers superb accommodation for private guests, corporate events, film crews and wedding parties, a unique location to host house parties tailored to your own requirements. Four public rooms set around the floral courtyard.

Lonely Planet recommended.

Antique Galleries, log fires, glamping and camping with ample parking.


Special offer:

Stay Friday and Saturday - get Sunday half price. (Excluding bank holidays, July and August)

Stay Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday - get Thursday half price. (Excluding July and August)





Room information for Alnwick Lodge

Type Qty Capacity Guide price
Double ensuite room 6 2
B&B per room per night
Min: £62.00 - Max: £130.00
Family ensuite room 4 5
B&B per room per night
Min: £85.00 - Max: £130.00
Single ensuite room 3 1
B&B per room per night
(£50.00 single occupancy)
Min: £45.00 - Max: £55.00
Twin ensuite room 2 2
B&B per room per night
Min: £72.00 - Max: £83.00
Total capacity: 39

Special offers

Working farm location at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Working farm
Child / family friendly at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Child / family friendly
Childrens facilities at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Childrens facilities
Car parking available at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Car parking available
Special diets catered for at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Special diets catered for
Credit / debit cards accepted at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Credit / debit cards accepted
TV available at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Television
Four poster beds at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Four poster beds
Ground floor bedrooms at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Ground floor bedrooms
Hairdryer available at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Hairdryer
Tea / coffee facilities at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Tea / Coffee facilities
Guest garden at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Garden for guest use
Dogs / pets allowed at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Dogs / pets allowed
Log fire / Open fireplace at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Log fire / Open fireplace
Residents lounge at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Residents lounge
Cycle friendly at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Cycle friendly
Walker friendly at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Walker friendly
Online booking at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Book online
WiFi available at Alnwick Lodge Bed & Breakfast Accommodation WiFi
Sleep quality
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Very attentive

Philip W, Whistler, Canada
If you are a fan of budget travel type hotels, this probably isn't for you, but if you like relaxed, random and quirky you'll love it. We returned to this converted farm after about 6 weeks and the owners remembered us! Always ensured a warm welcome, a cuppa on arrival, and travel tips locally, Evelyn & her staff go the mile to make you feel at home. Rooms are decorated in chalky paint with a mishmash of furnishings and antiques about. (There is an antique gallery too to have a look in.) it is an old farm with odd angles, and rooms developed from old lofts etc. so you have to remember it's been about for a while. There are a number of individual glamping huts in different styles too! Breakfast was fantastic, with home baked bread and top ups of drinks. It's a very convenient location to travel along the coast too. Costs similar to other B&B locally which may look a bit pricey but is the average for the area, and don't forget, it's unique! We'll be going back!

Full of character - loved it!

Heather C,
Beautifully converted farm buildings and no two rooms the same. Antiques everywhere makes the whole experience fascinating. Evelyn and Peter are the most friendly, interesting and helpful hosts who made us feel very at home. A wonderful stay and we'll definitely be back.


HSB87, Leeds, United Kingdom
This really is the best hotel we've ever stayed in.thats a very bold statement but it really is fantastic.the place is so quirky,its amazing. the courtyard and building is just wonderful and it's like you've stepped back in time.our room had a lovely big bed and a huge bath to one side (you really cant ask for more)it's just so quirky,it just looks wonderful.downstairs is like an aladins cave going back in time,its just brilliant.the couple who run the place are just so friendly and can't do enough for you and light a huge fire every night for you to relax in front of after a hard days exploring. I really can't praise it enough for us but if your a picky person or you like things modern then I'd think twice.everything is rather old fashioned and keeping up to the place is huge and they do a great job but if your a stickler for things been right and perfect then just think on. We had such a good time and everyone who was there was saying the same. Loved it and will definitely be back

Quirky Accommodation - A Magical Stay

Steve D, St. Albans, United Kingdom
As if the North East hasn't enough wonderful surprises, here is another; a 17th century farm, long-since converted to provide hotel accommodation, set around a delightful paved courtyard. My companions and I were travelling back to London from Edinburgh, leaving Edinburgh quite late in the evening. Having phoned ahead to warn the proprietors that we were likely to arrive after 11.00pm, we were assured that it was not a problem and, indeed, upon arrival, we were met by the proprietor in his dressing gown and shown to our pre-booked rooms. My very comfortable room, in the eves of a building on the southern side of the courtyard, was a quirky mixture of farmhouse chic with exposed timber beams, lantern light and featured a free-standing cast iron bathtub in the small seating area. I slept well in the comfortable bed. Daybreak the following morning revealed what a treasure Alnwick Lodge is. A somewhat eccentric collection of buildings in very pleasant surroundings with dovecotes and happy chickens wandering freely. Breakfast was served in what may once have been stables, again, tastefully decorated with all manner of antiques and curios - a feast for the eyes to match the feast for the belly which included a full English breakfast, home-made bread and home-made preserves. I loved this place. It was just a one night stay but I was so taken by this place that I wanted to stay longer. Will definitely seek to stay here again when next in the area.

A Real Alternative

anncn1955, Adelaide, Australia
This B&B is very different & wouldn't suit anyone who wants the standard type of accommodation offered in chain hotels. The rooms are all individual & differ in size & locality & what they offer - so do your research. Evelyn & Peter are so friendly & helpful & will do what they can to meet your needs. They can offer advice on local attractions & eateries etc. Our room was the converted Hayloft which was up quite a steep spiral staircase but was very cosy & welcoming. The bed wasn't particularly comfortable but that would be my only criticism. The breakfast is cooked according to each person's order each morning & is delicious along with the juices, fruit, cereals & yoghurt on the buffet. This place is like a big country farmhouse, totally unique & very individual with all it's bric-a-brac, antiques & other bits & pieces. There's a lovely fire to sit in front of in the lounge area as well. Overall, a really fun couple of days.



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