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The Lodge

Blanchland, Northumberland, England

The Lodge in Blanchland, Northumberland, England
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About The Lodge

This is a purpose built, M3A accessibility rated cottage which is suitable for all levels of accessibility and sleeps up to 6 people. It has been designed to complement its surroundings and sits unobtrusively amongst the other cottages featuring contemporary interiors and designer furnishings. The Lodge spaciously accommodates six people with three bedrooms (one double and two twin rooms) and exudes luxury and style without compromising on accessibility.
The level access to the building and large porch opens into a large spacious dining area with a stylish open plan living space with free standing furniture and a contemporary fully fitted kitchen with full handles on all cupboards. The cottage features 33.5 inch wide doors and double wide corridors which lead to two twin bedrooms with an adjoining jack’n’jill shower. At the end of the corridor is the luxurious master bedroom with a king size bed and en-suite shower room. The cottage features bathrooms with non-slip flooring, walled retractable shower seats, hand rails and raised toilet for easy access.


Nearby towns & villages..

Inside the Church

Blanchland (33 Pictures)

(1.4 miles, 2.2 km, direction SW)

Blanchland, Northumberland is a village located close to the Derwentwater reservoir in Durham and Hexham in Northumberland...

Where sheep shall graze

Stanhope (26 Pictures)

(7.5 miles, 12.1 km, direction S)

This is a lovely, bustling little town is set amidst the charm of Weardale, it is almost entirely built of stone particularly around the old Market Square, dominated by a fine stone cross...

Corbridge, Northumberland

Corbridge (22 Pictures)

(8.0 miles, 12.9 km, direction N)

Marvellous resort town, lying in a peaceful favoured position on the River Tyne, yet within easy reach of the heaving city of Newcastle...

Benson's Monument at the top of Beaumont Street, Hexham, Northumberland.

Hexham (35 Pictures)

(8.8 miles, 14.1 km, direction NW)

Historic market town where for centuries the sheep and cattle farmers of Northumberland gathered for the Tuesday market beside Hexham Abbey...

Allendale village, Northumberland

Allendale Town (23 Pictures)

(9.7 miles, 15.6 km, direction W)

This picturesque Northumberland village enjoys a lovely location in the fine hill and dale countryside of the beautiful East Allen Valley...

A picture of Wolsingham

Wolsingham (18 Pictures)

(10.2 miles, 16.4 km, direction SE)

This is a lovely village lying on the edge of the North Pennines in an area of great scenic beauty. It is a wild and beautiful landscape dotted only by scattered farms with meadows full of grazing sheep and cattle...

St.Michael's Church in the village of WALL in the county of NORTHUMBERLAND - August 2003

Wall (1 Pictures)

(11.8 miles, 19.0 km, direction NW)

The village of Wall lies in the high uplands of Northumberland in spacious countryside bordered by the rivers South Tyne and North Tyne, close to Chester's Fort on historic Hadrian's Wall...

Nearby attractions..

Blanchland Abbey, Northumberland

Blanchland Abbey (1 Pictures)

(1.6 miles, 2.6 km, direction SW)

The Abbey in the village was constructed in 1163...

Hexham Abbey, by night. Hexham, Northumberland.

Hexham Abbey (10 Pictures)

(8.6 miles, 13.8 km, direction NW)

Hexham Abbey is a refoundation of a church which stood on this spot in the year 675, it survived until 821, later the town was.....

A picture of Tyne Green Country Park

Tyne Green Country Park (1 Pictures)

(9.4 miles, 15.1 km, direction N)

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Lambing season in Weardale

Weardale (19 Pictures)

(9.8 miles, 15.8 km, direction SW)

This lovely scenic valley lies between the town of Bishop Auckland, seat of princes of the church and the charming market town of.....

Killhope Lead Mining Museum high in Upper Weardale. A desolate but magical place.

Killhope Lead Mining Museum (7 Pictures)

(11.8 miles, 18.9 km, direction SW)

Killhope Lead Mining Museum keeps alive the counties lead mining traditions. This is a fully restored site of a working mine.....

Langley Castle, Northumberland

Langley Castle (3 Pictures)

(11.8 miles, 19.0 km, direction NW)

Built in 1350, during the reign of Edward III, the castle has retained its architectural integrity and is regarded as one of the.....

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