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The Cabins at Woodland Chase


Influenced by their farming heritage and artistic flare, these are no ordinary log cabins. Crofters Cabin is inside the picket fencing of hazelwood, the cabin of Crofter is the perfect place for you and your four-legged friends to escape. Soak in the wood-fired hot tub or take it easy on the porch while your pet is playing in the secluded garden area. There is an old horse chestnut tree in the middle of the garden, from which a wooden swing swings. Read your book under the dappled sunlight, read music on the Bose speaker, play cards whilst sipping on rosé or roast marshmallows on your private fire pit - the place is yours to relax however you like. Saddlers Cabin is set in an open grassy area that is overlooked by evergreens, Saddler's cabin is unique to any other cabin. Follow the path through the fruit trees and pass under the rose arch to reveal two reclining rocking chairs on a shaded veranda. Take advantage of the lazy mornings with breakfast in bed, puzzle and game-filled afternoons, and evenings in the wood-fired hot tub – the time is easily lost here.

What makes a stay at The Cabins at Woodland Chase unique?

Crofter's Cabin This is no ordinary log cabin. Influenced by their agricultural heritage and artistic flare. A leather chair is a focal point in the living space and industrial touches are evident throughout. The kitchen units, like parts of the walls, have been made of beautiful reclaimed wood. Voyage fabric encapsulates the bedroom, where a chunky iron bed takes centre stage.  Make use of The White Company's toiletries and snuggle after a hot shower in a Christy bathrobe. The wood-burning stove will keep you toasty warm on cool nights and on warm summer afternoons the spacious deck area will keep you cool.

Saddler's Cabin When it comes to interiors, no corners were cut. Join the cabin through a stable door to find a sumptuous leather sofa facing a log burning stove, on top of a weaving rug in Aztec style. Parts of the kitchen walls along with the kitchen units are made of elegant reclaimed wood. Equine references are dotted all around, from a declaration saddle seen in the living room to a hand-made horseshoe hook for your keys. Reach the bedroom and discover a sumptuous four-poster bed lined with greenery and vintage lightbulbs, creating a magical feel. Sheepskin rugs, Christy bathrobes and The White Company toiletries manifest a luxurious atmosphere.

What is there to see and do at The Cabins at Woodland Chase?

Coast & Country There are 40 miles of unspoiled beaches along the coastline of Northumberland, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Three impressive coastal castles, each less than half an hour away from Woodland Chase, located in Dunstanburgh, Bamburgh and Warkworth. 

Sights & Activities Spend your day exploring Alnwick 's old market town and its impressive castle and gardens – filming locations in Harry Potter and the abbey in the city centre. Fans of wildlife, take a sunset cruise to the Farne Islands from the Seahouses to see puffins and seals. If you're lucky you might get a glimpse of the increasingly found dolphins and whales off the Northumberland Coast.

Food & Drink Northumberland has plenty to offer from posh nosh to pub grub for the discerning diner. The Running Fox is just down the road from Woodland Chase, and you're not to miss its popular afternoon tea. Go to The Northumberland Arms in Felton or The Market Tavern in Alnwick for a hearty meal and a pleasant pint. Seafood is a big part of Northumbrian 's food heritage with its famous coastline. Visit The Potted Lobster in Bamburgh or The Old Boat House in Amble, and if you get the chance try the Craster kippers and Lindisfarne oysters. Rather stay closer to home? Before your stay, pre-order a luxury picnic hamper and it will be dropped to The Treehouse whenever suits you.

Other Information

On arrival, you will find a welcome hamper packed with local products – bacon and eggs and crisps and chocolate. In the fridge, along with milk and butter, you will also find a bottle of complimentary Prosecco. The kitchen has everything you should need, including five different, loose-leaf Bari Teas. There are also marshmallows and chocolate digestives in order to make the most of your private fire pit. Essentials such as milk, butter, and oil are supplied too.

Top facilities

Free WiFi

Private bathroom

Private Kitchen Facilities

Facilities & information


Private bathroom


Parking (free)

No smoking

Dog/Pet friendly

Self Catering


Free broadband access (wifi)

Private/enclosed garden

Outdoor terrace

Garden furniture

Private Kitchen Facilities

Whirlpool Spa Baths, Hot Tubs

Linen included

Towels included

Electric heating

Open log fire


Self-catering facilities

Electric oven

Electric hob



Recommended walks

Beach (a short drive)

Pub (walking distance)

Pub (a short drive)

Museums (a short drive)

Recommended restaurants (a short drive)

Arrival information and directions

Address: Old Felton Farm, Felton, Morpeth, Northumberland, MorpethNE65 9NT, United Kingdom

By Car From the South: Follow the A1 Northbound. Ten miles North of Morpeth, the single carriageway turns into a dual carriageway. Take the first right-hand turn off the dual carriageway signposted to Amble and Felton onto the B6345. Then, take the first left-hand turn down a non-through road (just before the glass bus stop), signposted to Acton and Old Felton. Follow the road for about 350 yards, as the road bears to the right, turn left onto the site. You will find parking at the end of the drive, about 40 yards away. From the North: Head South down the A1. Turn left off the dual carriageway onto the B6345 signposted to Amble and Felton. Then, take the first left-hand turn down a non-through road (just before the glass bus stop), signposted to Acton and Old Felton and follow as above.

By Transport The nearest train station, Alnmouth, is fifteen minutes away by car. This stop is on the East Coast Main Line, meaning both Newcastle (30 minutes away) and Edinburgh (1 hour away) are easily accessible and London is less than four hours away.  You can walk to a bus stop from the site in five minutes (350 yards away). The X15 Arriva bus, which travels between Berwick and Newcastle, services this stop hourly.

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