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
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Thank for a relaxing night stay

coast64, Barmouth, United Kingdom
What a lovely quirky welcoming b& b we had travel some distance and this was the 5th place we stayed it's a unique place to say the least not to everyone's taste (i.e. Chain hotel customer) I felt so comfortable I even sat in front of fire in main lounge in pjs so relaxing no tv blisss would recommend to all who look outside the box.

Wouldn't recommend

Steven-ncl, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
While our room was nice, when we arrived home from being out all evening the room was bitterly cold. The radiator was not on and when we switched it on no heat came from it. It was too late to contact anyone for assistance. We ended up having to sleep in our clothes to try to stay warm. Being so cold made it a very uncomfortable stay to the point of feeling unwell. The kettle in the room also did not work. The shower was too small to be functional to use. The breakfast was however very nice.

Lovely few days away

540Jillt, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
We have just returned from a two night stay at The Alnwick B&B, found easily using sat nav good area for parking good location for visiting Alnwick, upon arriving we were greeted by an older gentleman who quickly took us to our room we stayed in a family room 2 adults 3 children the room was very spacious clean and tidy as was the bathroom the wifi is brilliant so the children were happy, beds were very comfortable and although it is close to the A1 we didn't hear any traffic what so ever, breakfast in the morning was a choice of cereals, fresh fruit, toast and the option of a cooked breakfast which was delicious The bed and breakfast rooms are very quirky and cosy open fires, bone China and candles overall we really enjoyed our stay and would visit again, reading some reviews I was slightly put off staying here originally when booking however I know the difference between a B&B and a hotel if you want a modern hotel with staff at your beck and call this is not the place for you, This is clearly a family run business who enjoy what the do relaxing enjoyable stay thank you from The Brack's

Fawlty Towers but better

ladybiker2012, Malton, United Kingdom
What a place this is! If you despise staying in sterile white box with purple curtains (mentioning no names) you might just well enjoy a stay at Alnwick Lodge. This place is hilarious, quirky, messy, beautiful, strange, wonderful, awful and amazing, all at once :) Rooms; Our room was up a spiral staircase - not so bad when sober but be careful after a glass of wine! It was a nice enough room as long as you didnt mind not being able to see out as there were 2 velux windows in the roof but they were too high up to see out of. This didnt particularly bother me but some folk wouldnt like it I'm sure. The bed was comfy enough but incredibly squeaky - the neighbours would certainly know if you were getting jiggy in there! I'm not entirely sure what the bed was made out of, perhaps half bed/half old wardrobe or dining table or somesuch but who cares, I slept well! Our room also had a sofa, an arm chair a couple of little tables, tiny tv and a writing bureau - all mismatched, all repaired/bodged and rather dinted and scuffed but again, it somehow didnt seem to matter as it all fit so well with the place. A little en suite with a very small shower enclosure but wow, what a shower! At first I thought it was a bit naff but the discovered I could turn it right up in power shower mode and it was so awesome it almost took my skin off - piping hot too, just the way I like it :) Just a word of warning though, in power shower mode the water cant escape fast enough so the tray fills up and might leak all over the en suite!! The room overall could have done with a good deep clean. It was rather dusty round the edges and when I had to delve behind the bedside table for an earring there was a good lot of dust under there. The en suite was very clean except for the drain in the shower which was a bit grotty looking. Breakfast: for us, was very good. The dining room is awesome, it has 3 large tables set in old stabling or cart housing, whatever it was. I like this idea of sitting with other guests, it gets you chatting and laughing and it very sociable. I guess it's not for everyone but I like it. There was plenty of fresh fruit, yoghurt, cereals and lots of lovely breads/jams/marmalades which you simply helped yourself to, as much as you'd like. You are also offered tea of coffee - our coffee was very good and came in a proper cafetiere - it was hot and decent quality, not your instant crap you get in some places. The cooked breakfast was perfectly decent - sausage, egg, bacon, beans, mushrooms and tomatos, and bearing in mind you can make yourself as much toast as you like to go with it what else would anyone need? Location: Right off the A1. The first time you turn off the A1 you might well need a change of pants but once you've seen how tight the turn is you'll be prepared the next time! We heard no traffic noise. When we booked we didnt realise this place was not in town - we simply booked for Alnwick. You will need to drive absolutely everywhere, the is no pub to stroll to sadly. This is the only reason we probably wont be returning here as someone always has to drive each evening after a meal out. Overall; you will either love or hate this place, it is the marmite of B+B's - we, an easy going, middle aged couple with few expectations absolutely loved it. In fairness to other places we have visited, to the cleanliness etc I have given it an average rating. If you like curios, chickens, cats and wondering what on earth you might see next you will probably love it too. If you want pristine skirting boards, tables which don't wobble, a bed that has always been a bed, sterile rooms with bleached plugholes then avoid for ever.

Very Pleased

George C,
Gentleman who accommodated me and my girlfriend was very nice and welcoming. He even gave us some champagne on arrival which was a nice touch. Room was very clean and comfortable. Building itself was gorgeous I just loved the whole experience. Thanks again guys



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