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 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 Pet friendly
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
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Interesting and quirky place to stay

Ian D, Essex
We stayed here for one night in the Hayloft in September 2017 as part of an onward trip further up north. Generally, you want a comfortable bed, good shower and nice breakfast - which is all I am looking for. The room was comfortable and clean and the shower good although very small but all those things were adequate. The two positives is you sat in the main dining room on large tables which encouraged you to speak to other visitors and the fresh baked bread.. The two minuses was the tinned fruit in syrup which I don't think my Nan has eaten since 1974! The other was a particularly small cooked breakfast with one sausage, one rasher of bacon, one egg, three mushrooms (literally!), beans and two halves of a tomato - very disappointing. In my opinion the breakfast needs an update into the 21st century with alternatives offered i.e. croissants, fresh fruit and yoghurt! If you want an alternative place to stay then this is an interesting, quirky, shabby chic and bohemian place to stay.

ONe night stop over on our way to Scotland - lovely

Ange01Uk, UK
We stayed here for only one night with our two dogs. Having driven for a few hours it was lovely to arrive at such a beautiful place. The main road (A1) was long forgotten when we were shown into our Round House room. Quirky room and bathroom that is quite small but with everything we needed. The location was great and the welcome to the B&B lovely. We were recommended to visit a nearby pub that allows dogs also to visit - the Cook and Barker Inn which was 5 mins drive in Felton. Amazing food and go before 7pm to great deal. Breakfast at Alnwick Lodge was as you would expect, lots of choice and prepared fresh. We met a few other travellers from around the world which was a nice bonus. Would recommend especially for those with dogs with them as many places are not this lovely and dog friendly too.

Attractive building, not so attractive water pump.

Oldpigsqueal, Devon, United Kingdom
Dog-friendly. Alnwick Lodge is on the A1 just south of Alnwick. The buildings are very attractive and interesting and there are lots of imaginative features. Inside, the theme is continued and all the rooms we saw were beautiful and comfortable both literally and figuratively. Our bedroom was cosy and full of inspired quirky features and with a small lounge area. I wouldn't be honest, though, if I didn't mention the large boiler and water cylinder which made the room hot as well as noisy. The water pump cut in whenever water was drawn off, and not just in our room, so it was cutting in frequently. This did detract from the feeling of peace and relaxation. I don't think that things like that belong in a letting-room so have deducted a blob from the rating. We'd certainly stay here again but would ask for a quieter room.

Charming visit to quickly Alnwick B&B

Heather M,
I'd booked into the Alnwick Lodge for myself and two friends visiting from London. I love Northumbria, particularly its coastline, and was anxious for my friends to fall in love with it, too. I normally stay in Seahouses, but my favoured B&B was booked. Well situated just outside Alnwick, the lodge is just off the A1 on the way to Morpeth, but be warned it's a tight turn off a very busy road, look out for the signs to West Cawledge Park. The rooms are all overlooking a lovely courtyard, and Evelyn, the owner, was very knowledgable and welcoming. We were situated in two adjoining rooms, the double West Granary suite and the bijou Mouse House, or Hobbiton as I dubbed it. My friends had a slipper bath, mine was truly tiny but lovely and the bed was really comfy as well, with a Velux window. My friends loved their accommodation - it was a spacious room big enough for all three of us to socialise in. Breakfasts are a sociable affair around a big table where you can chat to other guests. There's a selection of fruit, cereal and a wonderful full English (or variation). We opted for plenty of the fabulous cafetière coffee as well. There is also an antiques gallery- in fact most things in this B&B can be bought. If you like slick, modern surroundings, this is not the place for you. But it you want cosy Northumbrian hospitality in charming, old fashioned rooms, you will love it. We certainly did.

Birthday trip

Sara Jane D,
Such a quirky lovely bnb tooked away of the A1, from start to finish we were made to feel so welcome by staff, owners and pets! We spent 2 nights in the red bathroom (so called as it has a red bath) before moving over to the glamping pavilion, both facilities were beyond that of a bnb and a glamping hut. I am going to miss the fresh baked bread in the morning with the homemade plum jam from the fruit trees on site, everything on my partners cooked breakfast was cooked to perfection every morning. We will miss buttons the cat who adopted us during our stay and spent the night in the pavilion cuddled up by to log burner. Sara and james P.s buttons snores worse than James



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