Allenheads Lodge, Allenheads Lodge, Allenheads, Northumberland NE47 9HW
Based in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Allenheads Lodge is situated right in the heart of the North Pennines, making it an excellent venue for outdoor activities or relaxing in the peaceful countryside. Situated right on the Coast 2 Coast route, Allenheads Lodge is an ideal accommodation stop, just 47 miles from the North Sea coast at Sunderland and Tynemouth. Allenheads Lodge has 24 beds in four separate dormitories, is fully central heated, with individual toilet and showers and has a large kitchen and dining room. Hot showers, drying facilities and secure bike storage available. No need for sleeping bags as bed linen is supplied. Allenheads Lodge is also an excellent base for experiential and learning programmes, ideal for Skills for Life. Staff are fully qualified, friendly and professional and there to meet your group’s needs. Activities available include Gorge Walking, Canoeing, Kayaking, White Water Tubing, Climbing and more!This accommodation is featured on our map of Northumberland and here is its own website.
or call Andrea Cowie on
0191 515 5300
All year, all day.
Bed Only: £19.50pp, B&B £25.00pp. Ask for group discounts.
provisional booking can be held for up to 7 days without payment. The total booking should be paid at least 8 weeks prior to arrival. Springboard will, where applicable, send you an invoice for all payments at least two weeks before the payment due date, based on the latest guest numbers provided.
Drive along the B6295 from Hexham, drive through Allendale towards the top of the Valley, after Spartylea follow signs for Ropehaugh. Travel 300m and Allenheads Lodge is on your left hand side.
The 688 bus from Hexham Railway Station takes approx 40 mins.
This accommodation is near mountains, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, has a pub within walking distance and is on the Hostels that welcome stag and hen parties map, the Coast to Coast Mountain Bike route, the C2C Cycle Route and the North Pennines.