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Reviewed February 20, 2012

Spent a few days with wife and kids at Felmoor Country Park near Morpeth, straight down A1 but had a few problems finding it considering we booked through Hoseasons and their directions unfortunately were completely wrong unless they have since changed them. Look for Eshottheugh signs and take immediate left (south bound). Owner met us when we arrived and was very apologetic about not being able to find it. We were then directed to Cabin 14 as I see someone else has experiended it and as soon as you walk in you get a whiff of wood, not overpowering just pleasant and noticeable. Two bedroom cabin just perfect for family of four, overlooking the lake, warm, clean, tidy and very comfortable especially the beds, well fitted kitchen, kids loved the interactive shower and friendly owners to show you around and tell you what to do and how to get there. Small villages, castles, (Alnwick Harry Potter Castle five minutes drive away) beaches, shops, pubs, leisure centres, Newcastle City Centre all within easy reach. This park has so much potential even as a new venture. Only entertainment on site however is a bar at reception. Anything you need just ask. Now that I know where it is, I would take my family back. Experience it.

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8  Thank madmalky
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Reviewed October 23, 2011

Just returned from a short break at Felmoor Park which is situated just off the A1 approx 8 miles from Morpeth and 15 miles North of Newcastle. Stayed in an idyllic Lakeside Log Cabin (No 14) which was fitted out to a very high standard and very tastefully decorated. Everything you could need for a "home from home"!!!!
Ideal location for exploring numerous local towns, attractions and also easy access to Newcastle.
Customer satisfaction appears to be paramount to all connected with Felmoor Park to ensure that your stay is enjoyable and were always on hand to help. Would definitely recommend this park and hopefully we will be returning next year.

A local pub/restaurant called 'Shoulder of Mutton' approx 2-3 miles away in Longhorsley is also well worth a visit for some good food!!!

Many thanks again to Wendy, Neil and Mel for an enjoyable stay.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with family
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13  Thank Gordon W
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Reviewed August 25, 2010

Northumberland Holiday 2010

My wife and I recently spent a week on holiday in Northumberland touring the castles and gardens of the area.

In researching where to stay we came across Felmoor Park, a new holiday park that opened in early July and ideally situated midway between Morpeth and Alnwick just off the A1 North.

The site is large and peaceful with the two bedroom cabins located around a small lake hosting some great wildlife. Loads of birds and
Rabbits, a pair of Swans with four young, plenty of Ducks and chicks plus a pair of Herons made sitting out on the porch watching them all a real treat.

The accommodation is superb, 5* luxury Log Cabins made with real logs not cladding and at a price that competes with static caravans to the point where choosing becomes a no brainer.

We were also impressed by the friendly welcome we received from Melvin one of the owners who showed us over the cabin and talked to us about the site and the area, then leaving us to settle in with a complimentary bottle of wine which was totally unexpected but much appreciated.

The cabin itself fitted out to a very high specification had two bedrooms a double and a twin, full radiator central heating, an open plan comfortable lounge with 32” freeview LCD TV & DVD player, diner and kitchen with fridge freezer, microwave, electric oven, four burner gas hob, plenty of cupboard space, a real granite worktop plus all the crockery, pots, pans and utensils you could wish for.

The shower was superb, with music, mood lighting and all over massage jets, real space age stuff but great to use and we found the bed to be very comfortable and unlike caravans the beds were made and all linen was provided including lovely fluffy towels and lots of them.

By the start of next season the site will be fully completed with a total of seventy cabins including some three bedroom cabins, a leisure centre, children’s play area and a reception area.

The owners vision for the park is for a quiet peaceful site were people can enjoy the surroundings and relax, so no loud noisy bar or clubhouse.

The local area has some great pubs and restaurants, it’s easy to shop locally with Morrison’s and Sainsbury Supermarkets in both Morpeth & Alnwick and I can highly recommend Mulans Chinese Restaurant in Morpeth, not cheap but superb food, you need to book a table in advance here, plus The Shoulder of Mutton pub in nearby Longhorsley for good food and a nice pint.

Nothing was too much trouble for Mel he even offered to change a wheel for me when my car had a flat tyre.

Finally should we decide to revisit Northumberland we would for certain stay at Felmoor Park again and we would certainly recommend it to our friends.

Have a look at the attached photographs and visit the Felmoor Park website at www.felmoorpark.com

22  Thank grander
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