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Arthurs Cabin
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3 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 6
Felton, Northumberland, England

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gazspeigh...
Durham, United Kingdom
Level 5 Contributor
50 reviews
15 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 22 helpful votes
“Totally relaxing”
Reviewed November 12, 2012 for a stay in November 2012

We stayed for 3 nights & totally enjoyed the peace & quite of the cabin & surroundings. Although there was nothing within walking distance this didn't matter at all as we wanted to just chill for the 3 nights without the hustle & bustle. Very spacious & more than met our expectations, very warm & inviting cabin, 3 bedrooms spacious kitchen which is very modern & came with all utensils, including a dishwasher!!! I was very impressed with the outdoor hot tub, could just sit there all night with a cold glass of wine. All the other residents on the site were very polite. We did venture out to Alnwick & Amble which was only a 15minute drive away, I would recommend this cabin for a peaceful weekend away.

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Liked best: The peace & quiet of the place considering your yards from the A1
Liked least: Could have done with a shop on the site
Traveling group: Spouse/Partner
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Marie O
Durham, United Kingdom
1 review
“Just what the doctor ordered”
Reviewed June 6, 2012 for a stay in June 2012

Due to work pressure we wanted somewhere to completey chill..and we couldn't have chosen better! The location was idyllic and every thought had been out into making sure everything had been thought of to make our stay wonderful.
The furnishings were so comfortable and little touches like the welcome hamper and fresh flowers were a little touch that stood out.

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Liked best: location and thoughtfulness behind every detail
Traveling group: With Friends
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Floydsmam
Washington
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32 reviews
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““Arthur's Cabin - a lodge that exceeds expectations!””
Reviewed May 3, 2012 for a stay in May 2012
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Having just returned from a two night break in Arthur's Cabin at Felmoor park, I felt compelled to write my review straight away, I was so impressed.

The cabin is located on an end plot overlooking the lake. First impressions are, a beautiful log build lodge. The veranda is equipped with two fantstic sets of bespoke tables and chairs, they're sturdy, stylish and comfortable. Upon entering the cabin the wow factor hits you in the face. The lodge was immaculate, the cleaning staff are a credit to the site. The lodge features a large open plan seating area with two three seater brown leather sofa's, when I say three person, I really mean three person, they're comfortable and very easy on the eye. There's a coffee table and tv unit with a modern flatscreen tv with built in freeview and a dvd player. The owners have also supplied a selection of books, one of which was devoured by an avid reader in the party. There's a large wooden table with 6 chairs, the quality of the furniture in the property is outstanding, well made quality pieces.There's a sideboard with a cd player /radio, inside the sideboard are table mats, tablecloths, fine china and silver cutlery should you want to recreate a fine dining experience. The kitchen has all you need to prepare your meals, the cabinets are slow closing the worktops are granite, the dishwasher came in handy too! Also in the kitchen was a under bench freezer, which is often not provided in a lodge, but a total necessity when holidaying on a self catering basis.A welcome pack was waiting for us with various goodies, which was a treat! Bedrooms, fantastic, the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in, high quality sheets, great pillows and the bedspreads, cushions and curtains are beautifully made and very high quality.Ample storage is included. The bathroom, wow! The shower has to be experienced to be believed, it has three different area's for the water to dispense, and, and, a built in radio. The whole lodge is tastefully decorated, the owners have struck the balance of traditional lodge and modern style perfectly, from the soft furnishings to the stylish comfortable furniture.
Outside you have a view of the lake, and your very own scandinavian hot tub! Having only used standard plastic hot tubs I was a little dubious about the tub but once I got in, the jacuzzi jets eased my apprehension! Although it wasn't hot tub weather, sitting in the hot tub listening to birds and spring lambs made for a very relaxing experience.
There is a huge information pack to read, with information for local shops, things to do , places to visit. You cannot fail to find something in the pack of use, whether it be the nearest papershop or a nice restaurant to eat at, or a local market to shop at, or the nearest beach to pop for a bag of chips and a bracing stroll! Not to mention all the historic landmarks round and about.
I'd urge anyone considering to book the lodge to book without hesitation! I suspect this lodge will become very popular and guarentee your first visit won't be your last. Huge thanks to Claire and her team, this is the way to do it.
A little about the site. Very friendly helpful owners. There's a small woodland walk and a quiet trail round the lake. The site is dog friendly but they must be on the lead whilst on site.The site is currently undergoing a transformation, there are caravans / lodges in various states of renewal. This did not detract from the holiday one little bit, we heard no noises relating to the work going on and their was no mess around.
Visit the nearby Animal park to see baby meerkats and a selection of other animals which you can feed. There's also a fab little soap shop next door, pop in for a fancy bar of soap and a chat with the lovely lady that makes it.
Arthur's cabin - see you soon!

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Liked best: Everything!!!!!
Liked least: Leaving :(
Traveling group: With Spouse/Partner
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david b
Durham, United Kingdom
1 review
“DIED AND GONE TO HEAVEN”
Reviewed April 25, 2012 for a stay in April 2012

Stayed in Arthurs cabin for3 nights and loved every minute of our stayThe welcome pack was a nice surprise.The cabin was superb and very comfotable.We visited Craster, Seahouses and Bamburgh and Warkworth,We loved the hot tub,We totally chilled out.

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Liked best: The tranquility
Liked least: Work going on around site
Traveling group: With Spouse/Partner
Your age range 50-64
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yvonneste...
Darlington, United Kingdom
Level 2 Contributor
8 reviews
6 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
“Arthur's Cabin - a home from home”
Reviewed April 2, 2012 for a stay in March 2012

My partner, 12 year old son & myself enjoyed a peaceful weekend at Arthur's Cabin. The location is fantastic, being set just off the A1 in Northumberland with easy access to the coast and country alike. The cabin itself is spacious and has been fitted out with top quality fittings. The sofa is a dream and is only surpassed in comfort by the beds.
It was a little cold when we were there but I would imagine that it would be lovely to sit outside on a Summer's evening and enjoy the peace and quiet.
The little touches like the welcome hamper, books and games make this extra special.
I would highly recommend a stay here for anyone wanting to escape the hustle and bustle and just chill out.

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Liked best: The beds!!!
Liked least: The shower
Traveling group: Family with Young Children
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Anna H
Morpeth, United Kingdom
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4 reviews
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“Elegant yet cosy - bursting with charm”
Reviewed March 13, 2012 for a stay in March 2012
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My partner and I had a gorgeous weekend in this beautiful cabin. The minute I walked through the door, I felt relaxed and at home. The location is spot on as it is right on the lakeside. We had our 8 month old baby with us and even she seemed much more chilled out than usual! The double bed was so comfy and it was a joy to be able to have a morning cup of coffee on the porch watching the ducks on the lake.
The shower is very special and certainly wakes you up in the morning! I didn't want to get out of it.
Arthur's Cabin is the perfect base for exploring Northumberland and also an ideal place to relax and escape the rat race.

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Liked best: The fabulous comfy bed
Liked least: Nothing!
Traveling group: Family with Young Children
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LordWarkw...
Belierand
2 reviews
“King Arthur!”
Reviewed March 12, 2012 for a stay in March 2012

Arthur's Cabin is an excellent log cabin retreat that is situated in a park off the A1 and sits right on the banks of a bijou lake. It is a beautiful location and incredibly peaceful which, believe me, is something we desperately needed. The cabin itself is larger than it appears from the outside and there is plenty of room in the open plan lounge/dining area/kitchen for the six people it is rated to accommodate. What is especially nice about this open area is that the lighting can be altered to create the feeling that they are separate from each other ( I had the lounge only lit by a side lamp and felt thoroughly snug and enclosed).

The kitchen is brilliant and incredibly spacious with a superb oven, gas hobs, freezer, dish washer and fridge and I would highly recommend getting in a load of fresh food and having a good old cooking session, there's plenty room on the black marble work tops to lay it all out on! All the fittings are modern, well made and very attractive. A theme that runs in every corner of this property. There are touches of the antique in the furnishings, particularly the gorgeous wooden coffee table in the lounge and the wardrobes and bedside cabinets. We slept in the double bed in the main bedroom, if you can imagine all those sumptuous beds in period dramas with their myriad pillows, thick duvets and plush covers...that's what you get here. Definitely a bed to collapse into; even better to wake up in and read with a nice cup of tea come the morning.

We put our eight month old baby in one of the twin rooms off from the dining area and had no trouble with noise disturbing her after she'd gone down despite there being only a door between her and the living space.

The shower room is large and the sink has a very useful shaving mirror that can be brought out on its extending arm. The shower itself...has to be experience to be believed. I've never seen anything like it before in my life. There is a normal shower head as you would expect plus a larger ceiling mounted head. The real treat comes in the form of the seated corner (yes, that's seated corner) that has sprinkler jets to spray your back with hot water! All of these can be adjusted, switched and interchanged to suit you as you relax listening to your favourite station on the in-built radio...underneath the optional extra lighting! In short it is exquisite.

As far as the external attractions go (there is a yet to be added Hot Tub btw) one can take a wander along the gravel path that goes around the lake. There are picnic tables on piers that jut out over the water and you can take your time to watch the families of ducks and swans that periodically touch down for a swim and a waddle. Within the park's grounds there is a set of swings and a slide for the children (and for the adults if you are a certain Lady Warkworth) and a forest walk. The reception building has a licensed bar but we didn't get to use that facility as it was closed for refurbishment.

We did walk to nearby Eshottheugh, where there is a collection of buoildings offering a pleasant range of family attractions. Most notably the little zoo that has meerkats, skunks, foxes, goats, donkeys, rabbits, and a menagerie of varying breeds of chicken! Great for kids and parents alike. The tea room is the home of British Beef Jerky and Biltong beef, I didn't try any this time around but I was sufficiently intrigued to have another look online when we left, and an art gallery/gift shop. There is also a Paint Ball range on the way there and Arthur would be a great base for a group of lads and lasses who wished to shoot each other and then return to and recover (that shower would prove a God Send in this case for a paint ball battered body).

Finally I should mention that every visit receives a welcoming hamper from the owners. A great touch if I may say so, not least because it was personalised to us and featured some cracking ales for me, bacardi mixers for my partner Anna plus some posh lemonade, crisps, beautiful loaf of olive infused bread and some lovely little pots of mixed marmalade and jam. They certainly went out of their way to make the stay a personal one and it certainly won't be forgotten.

I highly recommend you hire Arthur's Cabin, it was a great few days break for us and we'd go back again and go for longer. For peace and quite, peace of mind, and the snuggiest space I've ever stayed in, this can't be beaten.

Five Stars

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Liked best: Quiet.
Liked least: Having to leave.
Traveling group: Family with Young Children
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