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Slaley Hall Lodges

Northumberland Hexham
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Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2

With over 1000 acres of moorland on your doorstep, and right on the edge of the North Pennines, Slaley Hall Lodges offer a range of activities - or simply an opportunity to relax and recharge in this outstanding setting. The lodges nestle by the lake and there's a spa on-site with a range of therapies available for the ultimate in pampering.

Enjoy the indoor heated pool, sauna and steam room, work out at the gym and take some beautiful country walks. Want to get more active? Try archery, quad biking and practise your swing on the driving range before playing on both 18 hole golf courses. Slaley Hall has an à la carte restaurant and brasserie and there are plenty of shops and cafes in nearby Hexham.

These lodges really are the height of space and luxury - we love The Hexham, a two-storey A-frame lodge that sleeps eight people. It has two double rooms, both with ensuite showers, and two twin rooms, one with an ensuite. There's also a family bathroom, open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area and a verandah with garden furniture and wonderful views.

Newcastle is packed with shops, bars and restaurants - you can enjoy the buzzing nightlife and find out about its history at the Discovery Museum. It's free to get in and a great visitor attraction.

Our Top Tip
"Explore the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at Hamsterley Forest - there's a visitors' centre, tea rooms and an adventure play area."
Park Facilities
Accommodation features
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Sauna and steam room
  • Spa with treatments *
  • Gym
  • The Duke’s à la carte restaurant, Hadrian’s Brasserie and The Claret Jug Bar
  • Archery *
  • Quad biking *
  • Off road driving *
  • Two 18 hole golf courses *
  • Driving range * ball pitch
  • Children’s play area
  • Marked country walks within the grounds.
  • All facilities available for all dates.
  • * Charges Apply.
  • A collection of stunning two, three and four bedroom timber and brick lodges and cottages. Ideal for couples, family and friends or special occasions all year round.
  • Flat screen TV with freesat Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and heated throughout
  • Electricity included
  • Travel cots and highchairs free of charge
  • No pets
  • Four seater buggy provided for each lodge (driving licence required)
  • All non smoking accommodation

Details and Offers

Breakfast starter pack
Bacon, sausages, eggs, orange juice, milk, cereal, bread, tea coffee and sugar – £40
(Must be ordered and paid for prior to arrival).

Accommodation at Slaley Hall Lodges


The Allensford

Very comfortable single storey lodge with one master double with ensuite bath and separate shower and one twin. Family shower. Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area. Open plan kitchen/dining area, leading to separate living area. Patio with garden furniture and countryside views.


The Consett

Two storey cottage. Ground floor: One master double with ensuite bath and one twin with ensuite shower. Family bath with overhead shower. First floor: Spacious open plan kitchen/dining area with separate lounge. Patio with garden furniture and countryside views.


The Derwent

Spacious and comfortable two storey A-frame lodge. Ground floor: two twin, one with ensuite shower. Bath with overhead shower. First floor: One king size double with ensuite shower. Open plan lounge with separate kitchen/dining area. Garden furniture on terrace.


The Durham

Single storey comfortable cottage. One master double with ensuite shower and two twin, one with ensuite shower. Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area. Family shower. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area leading to terrace with garden furniture. Countryside views.


The Hexham

Two storey A-frame lodge. Ground floor: Two doubles, both with ensuite shower and two twin, one with ensuite shower. Family bath with overhead shower. First floor: Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. Verandah with garden furniture and views of the grounds.


The Slaley

A-frame lodge split over three levels. Lower ground floor: One king size double with ensuite shower. Ground floor: Two twin, one with ensuite shower. First floor: One master double with ensuite shower. Spacious open plan lounge with separate kitchen/dining area to ground floor. Generous patio area with quality garden furniture.

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Slaley Hall Lodges Reviews

Date of stay: 13th August 2017
Accommodation type: The Derwent
Fantastic we loved using golf buggy to get around . Due to there being 6 of us we rang to see if there was a spare . Which they give us one for a couple of days . Kids loved swimming and the football pitch . On site u could do quad biking Segway archery these u need to book .
Keith, Wigan
Date of stay: 5th August 2017
Accommodation type: The Slaley
Excellent family holiday, already booked again for next year.
Jenny, Heathfield.
Date of stay: 1st July 2017
Accommodation type: The Allensford
We were very pleased with our lodge, but it didn't look anything like the photo you show!
Grant, Perth
Date of stay: 25th June 2017
Accommodation type: The Hexham
Lovely lodges
Abhilash, Wakefield
Date of stay: 31st May 2017
Accommodation type: The Hexham
Excellent accommodation
Zoe, Halifax
Date of stay: 30th May 2017
Accommodation type: The Durham
Fabulous lodge in a lovely location. Real home from home, wish we could have stayed longer.
Paul, Barton On Humber
Date of stay: 21st May 2017
Accommodation type: The Hexham
Great lodges, one moan is that some floorboards creak in the kitchen above the bedrooms which can wake you
Sharon, Boldon
Date of stay: 21st May 2017
Accommodation type: The Hexham
Lovely lodge a fantastic time was had by all x
Beverly, Epworth
Date of stay: 22nd April 2017
Accommodation type: The Allensford
Had it cheaper in the past !
Helen, Near Leeds
Date of stay: 15th April 2017
Accommodation type: The Derwent
We stayed in a 'Derwent' Lodge, number 51, which seemed like it had just been refurbished. The equipment and furnishings were of high quality, it was clean, and had all mod cons. The kitchen had all the equipment we needed to self cater but we also took advantage of the takeaway food from the hotel which was great. We'd definitely stay again. The golf buggy was a hit with the older teens, as was the clay pigeon shooting done with Outdoor Adventures who are based in the hotel grounds. A car is needed as the hotel and lodges are about 6 miles from Hexham.
Fantastic stay, spacious lodges, self catering facilities excellent, would definitely recommend.
We went to Slaley Hall as a family of eight and this was our first visit, the lodge was immaculate, fully equipped and deserves its five star rating, the property was spotless and the views amazing. The staff on the site were very friendly and helpful, check in was easy and we enjoyed our stay that much that we booked for next year whilst we were still there. The one down side was the pool changing rooms, whilst the pool was excellent the changing rooms were very dated and really need refurbishing, but compared to the overall week this is a minor point.
Lodge was very nice . Staff friendly and helpful . We rang up for a clothes airer it was there within 5 minutes . Food in restaurant was excellent . Swimming pool was great , kids enjoyed the slide . Changing rooms could do to be bigger . Excellent pubs near to eat .
We had an excellent holiday. The lodge was very clean and very well equipped. The pool facilities within the hotel were not to the same high clean standard. The use of the golf buggy was essential to get around the resort. The only downside to the holiday was the manner of the golf starter who shouted at us across the car park. Are you disabled when we had a blue badge displayed on the windscreen. I am not sure if he was employed by Q hotels or the golf club but perhaps if part of his role is to monitor the car park then the employer should send him on a disability/diversity awareness course as not all disabilities are visible
A great family holiday, in a lovely, well equipped lodge. Wonderful setting, with views across the golf course. Would definitely recommend a visit.
Beautiful lodges
our lodge was in a beautiful setting, others we saw were much more overlooked, so we felt very fortunate.
I booked 3 Lodges for a family gathering. All three lodges were excellent.Large enough for all our families to take turns to entertain.Lots of quality equipment.Having the facilities of the Hotel was so useful.We had an excellent meal on Sunday in the Priestman Room.A special thanks to Christian who rescued the Birthday cake after a rocky ride in the car! A wedding was taking place at the same time (which Amy had mentioned to us )but we didn't feel second best in any way. All the family and friends had a memorable time which we will never forget. One family also took part in All-out Adventures on site.Use of the pool was so useful and the buggies were a great bonus for getting around.
Excellent accommodation. We really enjoyed.
Fabulous lodge in a lovely location. Real home from home, wish we could have stayed longer.
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Name Month of stay Year of stay
26th September 2017