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Landal Kielder Waterside is an award winning destination which gives you the opportunity to run, cycle or walk around the stunning shoreline of the largest man made lake in northern Europe and the opportunity to relax under the darkest skies in England.Whether you are a thrill seeker or searching for a relaxing break create your magical moments at Kielder. Enjoy adrenaline fuelled mountain bike trails, leisurely strolls through the forest and a host of exciting activities before indulging in the gastro pub with breathtaking views across the lake.The on site pub serving locally sourced menus is a great place to relax after spending the day in the great outdoors walking, cycling or discovering the artworks and wildlife round the park.
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Popular lodge with one master double with ensuite shower and one twin with TV and PlayStation console. Bathroom with whirlpool bath and overhead shower. Open plan living including a large lounge, kitchen and dining area with iPod docking station. French doors leading to verandah with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub.
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Two storey A-frame lodge situated in a location with stunning hillside views. Ground floor: One master double and two twin. Spa bath with overhead shower. Additional WC. First floor: Open plan kitchen and lounge area with flat screen TV and PlayStation console. Outside decking/patio leading to outdoor hot tub with views of the nearby forest.
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Traditional style lodge with one double and one twin. Bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Open plan living featuring lounge with iPod docking station and PlayStation console, kitchen and dining area. Door leading to decking/patio area with outdoor hot tub.
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Traditional style lodge with one double and two twin. Bathroom featuring spa bath with overhead shower. Additional shower room. Open plan living area with leather sofas, flat screen TV and wall mounted electric fire, kitchen and dining area.
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Popular lodge, with an elevated setting boasting stunning woodland and lake views. One master double with ensuite walk in shower and one twin with PlayStation console both with TV. Bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Open plan lounge with iPod docking station, kitchen and dining area with breakfast bar. Sliding doors leading onto verandah with steps down to decked seating area with outdoor hot tub and views over the reservoir.
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Traditional style lodge with one double and two twin. Bathroom featuring spa bath with overhead shower. Additional shower room. Open plan living area with leather sofas, flat screen TV and PlayStation console, kitchen and dining area. Door leading onto verandah with outdoor hot tub and views of the forest.
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Popular lodge with an elevated setting featuring a stunning lake view. One master double with en-suite shower and one twin. Bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area with sliding door leading onto verandah with outdoor hot tub and chiminea. Suitable for parties including visitors with partial disabilities – please check when booking.
– based on 773 reviews
It is the most beautiful relaxing place which is why we keep coming back!
Just returned from our week at Darwin Forest for February half term, which was fabulous. We stayed in a Chatsworth Elite 2 Bedroom lodge which was warm and toasty even though there were blizzard conditions outside for our first couple of days. From our welcome at Reception, to the staff at Evolution, and those running the activities we booked for our 8-year old (archery and waterwalkerz), everyone was friendly and helpful. There's plenty to do in the area, and we will definitely return. Thanks!!
We have never visited Darwin Forest Holiday Park before, but we had a fantastic holiday and were very impressed with how well the Park was organised and managed. The Lodge was exceptionally well equipped and furnished, as well as being spotlessly clean. The facilities on the site were excellent, especially the swimming pool and the the Foresters Restaurant. The surrounding countyside was ideal for walking, and we will definitely be coming back for another holiday.
Lovely stay, clean lodge, great location, would highly recommend
Love this place! Home from from with peace and relaxation. Lodges are well equipped, clean and inviting. Just hope it's popularity doesn't change anything.
This was one of the best holidays we've ever had and will definitely go again, we went to see the dark skies and hopefully the aurora borealis and were not disappointed. The lodge was great especially the hot tub which we loved , never having been in one before
We had such a fantastic time, my children lost their tiny minds with how wonderful the place was. Pool, park and squirrels what more could you ask for. The staff made the experience even better, from skilled archery instructor to extremely knowledgeable reception staff who helped us plan our weekend away even in the off season.
Lovely relaxing break. Hot tub was fab. Lovely lodge immaculate everything u need included
We had a fantastic 4days at Keilder. The lodge was lovely, very clean and warm. There was everything we needed and the staff were on hand when we requested information on the area. One of our party made use of the pool and sauna facilities. We ate in the bar/restaurant twice during our stay. The food was exceptionally good and reasonably priced. The area is outstanding with lovely walks straight from the lodge. No need to use your car if you want a complete break.. unfortunately it was cloudy day and night so we didn't see the dark skies but we will certainly be going back for another try. Thank you to the friendly staff who made sure we had a really good experience.
we ate out a couple times in the bar both times very good meals & good value for money leisure facilities were clean & well organised all staff very helpful
Run, cycle or walk around the stunning 26 mile shoreline of the largest man-made lake in northern Europe. Take advantage of the fantastic range of Go Active activities available, whether you fancy trying your hand at being Robin Hood by picking up a bow and arrow or driving yourself mad in the Crazy Karts there is an activity for everyone to enjoy at Landal Kielder Waterside.
The restaurant and bar is the perfect compliment to your visit to Kielder Water & Forest Park, with the stunning waterside setting the dining experience is only enhanced but the panoramic views across the water to the distant shorelines of the Kielder Reservoir. There is a full range of hot and cold food available or if you just want to sit back and relax the bar offers a wide variety of alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages, specialist coffees and snacks.
Visit the onsite beauty therapist offering a wide range of treatments for you to choose from. Treatments are available for 30 minute to 75 minutes giving you plenty of time to relax and rejuvenate after a day in the outdoors. Take some time out to de-stress from everyday life with holistic therapies, beauty, massage, reiki and reflexology available there really is something available for everyone to enjoy.
Explore the 22 sculptures set around the 27 mile coastline of the Kielder Reservoir, sit within the Janus Chairs or climb into the Silva’s Capitalis (a play on the Latin for “forest head”). There is so much to discover and learn on the Kielder Waterside, read about the story of Robin & Freya and their beautiful cabins or experience some amazing views from the panoramic outlook at Belvedere.
The lakeside around Kielder Water & Forest Park’s Reservoir is a truly unique experience and gives access to the most scenic parts of the lake shore. It opens up a huge amount of opportunity to get close to some of Kielder’s abundant wildlife. The Lakeside Way has a good surface which is suitable for comfortable walking boots, wellington boots or trainers. Some hills may be difficult for younger or less experienced cyclists and it is recommended that people in wheelchairs are accompanied.
Kielder Observatory is one of the most remarkable places to visit in the whole of the UK, A public astronomical observatory which is second to none. Explore the solar system using the onsite telescopes and learn more about the galaxies around us.Booking is required as the observatory is a very popular activity and evenings are easily fully booked, find out more by visiting http://www.kielderobservatory.org/
At nearly 580sq miles the Northumberland International Dark Sky Park is the largest Dark Sky Park area of protected night sky in Europe. It is the first of its kind within England and the fourth largest area in the world! It is estimated that 85% of the UK population have never seen a truly dark sky so bring your telescopes and cameras to try and capture the beautiful solar system like you have never seen it before.
Experience some of the best single-track trails in the UK with breath-taking views. Kielder hosts trails suitable for all ages and abilities. Starting at either Kielder village or Kielder Waterside you can explore the 27 mile Kielder Lakeside trails or head towards the challenging Red & Black runs of Deadwater Mountain.You can also find a training loop at Kielder Castle which is packed full of short trail sections that will give you a taste of what the different grade of trails are like to ride.
The Birds of Prey centre is home to over 60 birds including Eagles, Owls, Falcons, Hawks & Vultures. Come and enjoy the flying demonstrations and learn about the conservation and the care of the birds or why not book a hawk walk, falconry day course or photography course. Kielder birds of prey centre is also home to “Sima” a white tailed sea eagle which is the largest breed of Eagle in Great Britain and “Hope” a Steller’s sea eagle which is the largest breed of sea-eagle in the world.
Tower Knowe Visitor centre offers the perfect place to learn more about the local surroundings and see a difference perspective of the stunning lakeside setting. Whilst you are visiting Tower Knowe why not check out the interactive exhibition on the Dam and the history or how and why it was built. Further information on the local area and things to do and see are available on site or if you fancy just visiting for a relaxing bite to eat then pop into the cafe where hot food and drinks are served. At Tower Knowe Visitor Centre you can also purchase a fishing start pack or buy souvenirs & outdoor wear should you have forgotten any essentials. Tower Knowe really does offer something for everyone so make sure you pop in on your visit to this beautiful part of the UK.
Located opposite Kielder Castle you can hire a wide variety of bikes at very reasonable prices. The Bike place also offers repair, accessories and sales should you be looking for something extra during your stay. For more information on hiring a bike for your stay please visit www.thebikeplace.co.uk
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