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Self-Catering in Morpeth

Felmoor Park, Morpeth, Northumberland

Felmoor Park
Eshottheugh
Felton

Morpeth
Northumberland

NE65 9QH | View map
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Felmoor Park is a premier holiday park set in 40 acres of Northumberland woodland. The park is located in the heart of Northumberland and close to all of the areas attractions such as Alnwick Castle, Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island, Alnwick Gardens, miles of sandy beaches and the Northumberland National park. The park has been designed and constructed to the highest standard while retaining the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside.

Set in 40 acres of woodland we have scandinavian log cabins, Lodges and static caravans available to purchase or rent.

The majority of our log cabins have panoramic views over the lake for those peaceful nights. Imagine enjoying a glass of chilled wine while your relaxing on the veranda on a warm summers evening.

If your looking to holiday in Northumberland then you couldn't choose a more scenic area, so why not give us a call and make your dream holiday come true. As an additional benefit to our guests, we have arranged discounted rates at Burgham Park golf course. There are over 20 other golf courses within a 30 minute drive as well as walking, cycling, horse riding so you will be spoilt for choice whatever activity you prefer.

Felmoor has a bar, cafe, gyme and swim spa, Sauna and swim spa, so theres plenty to do or simply do nothing at all.

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