Three bedroom, two bathroom lodge just two miles from Bamburgh.
Crabtree & Crabtree
Lovely not at around and disappointing not finished
Lovely place shame not finished off no lights around so couldn’t walk anywhere
Stunning lodge, great location
We stayed in Mallow Lodge with friends during Oct half term. There were 4adults and 4children and we all found the property spacious, modern and very comfortable! Welcome gifts on arrival were a lovely touch and much appreciated (especially the pumpkin for the children to carve!). The lodge was spotlessly clean and very well equipped. We had a fantastic week and enjoyed walking into Bamburgh daily (only takes around 20mins on the path marked on the map left in the lodge) we also walked to Seahouses a few times and enjoyed a day out to Alnwick castle and Holy Island. All in all this was a great break and I would thoroughly recommend this property! Thank you to the owner Karen for all the extra touches, it really made our stay perfect! We will be back!!! X
Thank you very much for taking the time to post a review. We are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay at Mallow Lodge.
I hope we can welcome you back to the area in the future!
The Crabtree & Crabtree Team
With friendly local shops, quaint tea-rooms, cosy pubs and restaurants in nearby Bamburgh (2 miles) as well as miles upon miles of stunning white sands, it is part of the reason visitors return to this area year-after-year, and why it remains one of the most popular beach destinations in Northumberland.
For dining-out, you can enjoy fantastic seafood at The Potted Lobster or Mizen Head, or head to the Victoria Hotel if you like great pub food and convivial chat next to the fire. The Castle Hotel has a pretty beer garden, or for light bites, the Copper Kettle is a characterful little tea-room for lunches or afternoon tea.
For provisions, there is a super deli in Bamburgh selling meats, cheeses, preserves, freshly baked bread and smoked fish as well as lots of naughty puddings which come from renowned local suppliers across the area. There is a long established butchers selling the finest locally produced meat, as well as homemade pies and award winning bacon which is cured and smoked on the premises. The nearest Co-op supermarket can be found in nearby Seahouses.
Alternatively, a short drive will take you to the popular Barn at Beal with amazing views over the causeway to Holy Island, or a little further down coast to the Ship Inn at Low Newton (10.5 miles) which has a reputation for serving fine locally produced food (their crab sandwiches are legendary!) along with ales from their own micro-brewery.