Blossom Plantation Pods in Chathill

Welcome to Blossom Plantation Pods in Chathill, Nr Alnwick offering a choice of 3 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Blossom Plantation Pods including Blossom Plantation Pods photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Blossom Plantation Pods online securely. Blossom Plantation Pods is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Chathill or Northumberland.

Located within the Lake District National Park and just a 5 minute walk from Ullswater and the stunning little village of Pooley Bridge, Hillcroft Park is an idyllic location from which to explore the Lake District and the Eden Valley. Walking, cycling, fishing, sailing, climbing and canoeing are just some of the activities that are available within the surrounding area, or you may just wish to relax on this David Bellamy Gold Award winning Park. Hillcroft Park is perfectly situated and offers easy access to the Lake District and the local towns for those who like to discover some of Cumbria’s more specialist shops. Within a short distance from the park there are many local attractions such as the Rheged Visitor Centre and The Ullswater Steamer. Gentle walks, such as the one to the Aire Force Waterfall are just a short drive away. For the more adventurous walkers, Helvellyn and other more taxing walks are close by. Blossom Plantation Pods is part of our exclusive Bouja Boutique Luxury Breaks Collection. Nestled in the heart of the Northumberland coastal countryside with views across a lake, Blossom Plantation Pods delivers a perfect balance of modern chic accommodation with timeless countryside in this stunning corner of North East England. The sophisticated, stylish design provides a deceptively spacious base from which to explore the local area or simply relax in the peace and tranquility of this adult only location; leave the cares and stresses of everyday life far behind as you unwind in your wood fired hot tub or take advantage of a cosy night in the glow of your electric log burner before heading to your king size bed. Make the most of the private deck with small dining area, each pod has a lakeside view, or head to the fire pit to bake a potato or toast some marshmallows and while away a summer evening until the stars come out. Close to the stunning North East coastline, Blossom Plantation Lodges is ideally situated for discovering the regions history, go castle spotting at the numerous local fortresses at Banburgh, Dunstanburgh and Warkworth. The more energetic can discover the area on foot by taking the St Oswald’s Way.

A collection of boutique, open plan contemporary pods set on a working farm, all with views across the water.

  • Wood fired outdoor hot tub
  • Flat screen TV
  • Kitchen including combination microwave oven, hob and fridge/freezer
  • Shower
  • Bed inen, duvets and towels
  • Use of bathrobes
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Quality outdoor furniture
  • Barbecue
  • Electric heating
  • Electricity included
  • No pets
  • Adult only
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Blossom Plantation Pods have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Non Smoking
  • Adults Only
  • Bouja Range
  • Romantic Breaks

Accommodation at Blossom Plantation Pods

Lakeside Pod VIP (Pod)

Lakeside Pod VIP | Blossom Plantation Pods, Chathill, Nr Alnwick

Contemporary, spacious and stylish pod with king size bed. Shower room. Generous decking with quality outdoor furniture. Wood fired hot tub. Lake views. Located within the Lake District National Park and just a 5 minute walk from Ullswater and the stunning little village of Pooley Bridge, Hillcroft Park is an idyllic location from which to explore the Lake District and the Eden Valley. Walking, cycling, fishing, sailing, climbing and canoeing are just some of the activities that are available within the surrounding area, or you may just wish to relax on this David Bellamy Gold Award winning Park. Hillcroft Park is perfectly situated and offers easy access to the Lake District and the local towns for those who like to discover some of Cumbria’s more specialist shops. Within a short distance from the park there are many local attractions such as the Rheged Visitor Centre and The Ullswater Steamer. Gentle walks, such as the one to the Aire Force Waterfall are just a short drive away. For the more adventurous walkers, Helvellyn and other more taxing walks are close by.

  • Sleeps 2
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi
  • Non Smoking

Lakeside Pod Twin VIP (Pod)

  • Sleeps 2

Boathouse (Pod)

Lakeside Boathouse | Blossom Plantation Pods, Chathill, Nr Alnwick

Contemporary, spacious and stylish pod with king size bed. Shower room. Generous decking with quality outdoor furniture. Wood fired hot tub. Lake views. Located within the Lake District National Park and just a 5 minute walk from Ullswater and the stunning little village of Pooley Bridge, Hillcroft Park is an idyllic location from which to explore the Lake District and the Eden Valley. Walking, cycling, fishing, sailing, climbing and canoeing are just some of the activities that are available within the surrounding area, or you may just wish to relax on this David Bellamy Gold Award winning Park. Hillcroft Park is perfectly situated and offers easy access to the Lake District and the local towns for those who like to discover some of Cumbria’s more specialist shops. Within a short distance from the park there are many local attractions such as the Rheged Visitor Centre and The Ullswater Steamer. Gentle walks, such as the one to the Aire Force Waterfall are just a short drive away. For the more adventurous walkers, Helvellyn and other more taxing walks are close by.

  • Sleeps 2
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi
  • Non Smoking

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Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5 by G S on 5th February 2019

Loved this place. Well equipped and warm pods. The wood fired hot tub was amazing, also plenty of log, firefighters and matches in log huts for us to use. Staff are very welcoming. Will be recommending.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Claire Southam on 16th November 2018

Absolutely loved our stay! I love how it’s adult only, for that extra bit of privacy! So peaceful and secluded it is the perfect place for a romantic break. The only things I would suggest is putting a light over the hot tub as it gets very dark. Would definitely come back in the summer!

Rated 4 out of 5 by Polly Wyer on 7th December 2018

We didn't stay.. but my daughter did with friends they were very happy... I did pick them up and thought the pods looked. Very nice very well equipped and cared for

Rated 4 out of 5 by Dani Viola on 26th October 2018

Lovely glamping pods with hot tub. Really comfortable bed. So peaceful. Some pods have parking right behind them on the level, parking for number one and two was above the pods and a short walk down. The pod warmed up nicely with the stove on. There is a telly but no hairdryer. Hot tub was fab at first but takes some hours to heat up again so we were only able to use it once. Take advice from the helpful staff.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Chloe on 15th December 2018

Stayed here on 14th Dec with my partner - absolutely loved it. Was welcomed by the owner and his furry four legged friend - both were so welcoming and friendly! Got settled into the pod which was very modern and cosy! Doesn’t take long to warm the pod up as there is multiple heating options in the room. Hot tub was lovely - unfortunately we only managed to get in the tub the once as it wasn’t heated enough on our second time round. (which was my fault - I accidentally turned the tap on to fill it up with cold water) Would definitely come back again and will likely be coming back in the summer. It was so peaceful and loved every minute of it!

Things to do near Blossom Plantation Pods

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Embleton Bay Beach, Embleton Bay - 5.1 Miles away

A charming beach that is the perfect place to while away the hours. Easy access to the beach from the road makes this a popular choice for those who enjoy water sports such as windsurfing.

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Berwick Upon Tweed , Berwick upon Tweed - 21.7 Miles away

Another of this spectacular coastline's great sandy beaches. A large expanse of rocks are exposed at high tide.

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Open Road Cycling, Alnwick - 5.9 Miles away

Newly created cycle tourism company offering a service second to none. Whether it be a charity ride, a leisure ride through countryside or a race up the mountains, all can be catered for.

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Rothbury Town Walk, Rothbury - 14.8 Miles away

A short 2 mile walk around Rothbury, going past local points of interest and giving you a small amount of history about the town. Walk time of approximately 1 hour.

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Whitton Hillhead Walk, Rothbury - 17.3 Miles away

This is a nice gentle walk that climbs up to 212 metres at Whitton Hillhead where you can experience stunning views of the Simonside Hills.

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Cragside Carriageway Walk, Rothbury - 17.3 Miles away

A beautiful walk with impressive and dramatic views of Rothbury. The route takes the walker along the old carriageway of Cragside Estate.

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The Pennine Way, Kirk Yetholm - 22 Miles away

This 268 mile walk runs from the Peak District National Park along the Pennine Ridge, through the Yorkshire Dales and into Northumberland to finish at Kirk Yetholm.

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Mitford Castle Walk, Mitford - 22.6 Miles away

A gentle 2 mile walk through some lovely farmland, past the beautiful St Mary’s Magdalene Church and the impressive 5-sided keep in Mitford Castle.

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Black Bull Inn, Lowick - 14.7 Miles away

This welcoming country inn is well-known locally for its good food and warm hospitality. It is perfectly situated for walkers enjoying the ""St Cuthbert's Way"" national trail, which runs between Melrose and the magical island of Lindisfarne.

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Queens Head , Rothbury - 14.8 Miles away

The Queens Head in Rothbury has a traditional bar and restaurant offering a choice of bar snacks or full restaurant menu. The village is surrounded by some of the finest scenery in Northumberland.

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Queens Head Restaurant, Berwick upon Tweed - 21.9 Miles away

Conveniently positioned in the old town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, the Queen's Head has a menu that caters for all tastes and appetites. Dishes are seasonal and freshly prepared to order. Pub food is served either at the bar or in the restaurant, where you can also enjoy a 3 course meal.

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Otterburn Hall, Otterburn - 25.3 Miles away

Greenchesters Restaurant offers a wide menu to suit all tastes. Quality local produce is always used and will change with the seasons. Paul Clarkson, their award winning chef will conjure up some delectable food in this lovely Victorian restaurant while you enjoy the views.

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Hazel Lodge Tearoom and Restaurant, Kelso - 28.8 Miles away

Delicious home baked cakes and scones feature at Hazel Lodge Tearoom and Restaurant. Housed in a listed building, over 150 years old, it sits back from a cobbled street just off Kelso's attractive French-style large cobbled town square.

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The Waggon Inn Restaurant , Kelso - 28.8 Miles away

Serving fine fresh food seven days a week, from pensioners' lunches to traditional Sunday carvery. There's a fine selection of wines and beers, too.

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Oblo Bar & Bistro, Eyemouth - 29.7 Miles away

Oblo is an award winning bar and bistro situated on the harbour front of Eyemouth. From early until late, serving a wide range of light snacks and meals, Oblo provides the perfect surroundings in which to relax and watch the world go by.

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Giacopazzi's, Eyemouth - 29.7 Miles away

Award winning fish and chip restaurant, takeaway and ice cream parlour. With a vibrant, modern interior, Giacopazzi's is a family friendly business offering the 'best fish and chips in town' and delicious home made pizzas from a traditional Italian pizza oven.

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The Alnwick Garden, Alnwick - 5.7 Miles away

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Druridge Bay Country Park, Morpeth - 15.1 Miles away

This country park includes 3 miles of beautiful beach and sand dunes, as well as a 100 acre lake surrounded by woods and meadows. Keep an eye out for numerous species of birds and plantlife, in addition to seeking out the brilliant archaeological trails around the area.

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Henderson Gardens, Coldstream - 23.5 Miles away

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Paxton House & Country Park, Berwick upon Tweed - 23.6 Miles away

Built in 1758 on a ridge overlooking the majestic River Tweed, Paxton House is one of the finest 18th century Palladian country houses in Britain. Discover its wonderful country park and beautiful setting. With its huge range of activities and attractions from walks and nature trails, to wildlife viewing hides for red squirrels, croquet lawn, 9 hole putting green and two adventure playparks, Paxton House is not just a country house but a fantastic day out for everyone!

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Bolam Lake , Belsay - 26 Miles away

Set at the very heart of the beautiful Northumberland countryside, this lake is surrounded on all sides by sites of historic importance and stunning views. Explore the woodland and grassed areas in the vicinity.

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Plessy Woods Country Park, Hartford Bridge - 26.4 Miles away

Set in 100 acres of woodland, meadows and riverside. This is the ideal spot for a family day out in the countryside.

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Hirsel Country Park, Kelso - 28.8 Miles away

Hirsel Estate offers something for ornithologist, botanist, forester, zoologist, archaeologist and historian alike. Homestead museum shows the estate's past and present. There are craft units and a geogems display as well as a tearoom and children's playground.

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War Memorial Garden, Kelso - 28.8 Miles away

At one time part of the Abbey grounds, these lovely gardens were a gift for the Kelso War Memorial from the Duke of Roxburgh in 1921. The gardens are now an enchanting place to visit in spring and summer. Take a seat and unwind and enjoy their splendour and the views of Kelso Abbey.

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Teviot Water Gardens, Kelso - 29.3 Miles away

Positioned as a series of terraces, these beautiful gardens are a tranquil place to visit and relax in. Stunning water features provide a mirror to the gardens and are set amongst Rodgersias, Rheums and Bamboo to name but a few.

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Castle Mania, Morpeth - 12.8 Miles away

Castle Mania is a massive indoor play centre built for kids, with rope bridges, slides and one of the biggest play frames in the north.

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The Barn at Beal, Berwick upon Tweed - 14.6 Miles away

"The Barn at Beal" is a visitor centre which aims to educate people about the important role of agriculture. The spectacular surroundings of the Northumbrian coast and nearby island of Lindsfarne offer plenty of opportunities for outdoor walks and wildlife spotting. Facilities include a bird of prey centre, various workshops and a cafe/restaurant.

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Heatherslaw Light Railway, Cornhill-on-tweed - 18.1 Miles away

This 15” gauge steam railway runs over 2 miles from Heatherslaw to Etal Village - a return journey of 50 minutes.

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Pot-a-Doodle Do, Scremerston - 19.5 Miles away

Pot-a-Doodle Do, just south of Berwick-upon-Tweed, has activities for all ages. Choose from painting and pottery, fishing, quad biking or walking on the beautiful Northumberland coastline.

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Conundrum Farm Visitor Centre, Berwick upon Tweed - 24.4 Miles away

The 2 well stocked lakes at quizzically-named Conundrum Farm make for a great day's fishing. There's plenty to entertain the children too, including farmyard animals, play areas and pedal tractors. There's also a café, shop and award-winning restaurant to enjoy.

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Dunstanburgh Castle, Alnwick - 5.1 Miles away

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Alnwick Castle , Alnwick, Northumberland - 5.5 Miles away

This beautiful castle will never fail to take your breath away. Packed full of history and used as a location for many favourite films such as Harry Potter and Elizabeth you will be sure of a fabulous time. Take a guided tour and learn about medieval life and keep your eyes out for the brilliant events always on offer.

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Lindisfarne Castle , Berwick upon Tweed - 12.3 Miles away

A wonderful 16th-century castle commanding stunning views across a beautiful part of Northumberland. Visit the lovely gardens surrounding this famous castle and take in the dramatic scenery. Just watch out for the tide coming in!

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Heatherslaw Mill, Cornhill-on-Tweed - 18.1 Miles away

Heatherslaw Mill is a 19th century water-powered corn mill situated on the Ford and Etal Estate. Still producing wholemeal flour from locally grown wheat, the water wheel, mill stones and gearing are all on show, giving a fascinating insight into days gone by. The freshly milled flour can be purchased from the gift shop along with other country fare.

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Coldstream Museum, Coldstream - 23.4 Miles away

A local history museum with a section on the Coldstream Guards, a temporary exhibitions gallery, children's corner and courtyard with fountain and picnic area.

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Ayton Castle, Eyemouth - 28.8 Miles away

One of the 'Great Houses of Scotland', this Victorian castle in red sandstone, now fully restored, is lived in by the owners – it's a real, if rather grand, family home. Guided Tours also available.

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Eyemouth Museum, Eyemouth - 29.7 Miles away

The highlight is the magnificent 15 x 4 ft tapestry sewn by local ladies to commemorate the Great East Coast Fishing Disaster of 1881, when 189 local fishermen were drowned. There are exhibitions on Farming, Milling, Blacksmith and Wheelwright, and Fishing heritage.

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Gunsgreen House, Eyemouth - 29.8 Miles away

Described as a 'splendid palace' for its owner the smuggler John Nisbet, Gunsgreen House has numerous hiding places built into it for contraband goods and the vaulted cellars now house the Smuggling Experience: showing how Eyemouth was a hotbed of the smuggling trade.

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Floors Castle, Kelso - 29.9 Miles away

Floors Castle, the largest inhabited castle in Scotland, is home to the Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe and their family. Overlooking the River Tweed and Cheviot Hills, it was designed in 1721 by William Adam, who was both master-builder and architect for the first Duke.(Dogs on leads welcome in the grounds)

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Shipley Lane Equestrian Centre, Alnwick - 3.2 Miles away

Shipley Lane has great facilities, and whether you are a child or adult, complete beginner of the most experienced rider, you'll find Shipley friendly, knowledgeable and helpful.

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Bamburgh Castle Golf Club, Bamburgh - 8.4 Miles away

Perched on the basalt outcrops overlooking the ancient fortress from which it takes its name, this fine and beautiful course lies in the heart of Bamburgh.

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Coquet Shorebase Trust, Amble - 12.3 Miles away

Coquet provide water based activities for all ages from windsurfing to sailing, canoeing and power boating. RYA registered.

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Alba Ballooning, Alnwick - 13.1 Miles away

You'll get an entirely different and exhilarating perspective of the glorious rolling hills of the Scottish Borders and limitless beauty of the Northumberland National Park and unspoilt coastline as you glide slowly through the sky.

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Active 4 Seasons, Morpeth - 14.1 Miles away

Offering adrenaline fuelled outdoor adventure across the board, including abseiling, climbing, kayaking and canoeing.

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Otterburn Sporting Clays, Otterburn - 25.7 Miles away

Clay pigeon shooting for all ages in a carefully controlled environment with fully qualified instructors, where safety is of the utmost importance.

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Marine Quest, Eyemouth - 29.7 Miles away

Dive Charter business supplying hard boat diving from the North Star. For those who prefer more inshore, scenic dives or those who like to go further afield, Marine Quest is perfect for you.

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Berwick Upon Tweed, Berwick upon Tweed - 21.7 Miles away

Described as the definitive Border town in one of the most exciting, beautiful and friendly regions to visit. An army museum, Elizabethan town walls, interesting shops and the Lowry Trail are among its delights.

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Coldstream Gallery, Coldstream - 23.5 Miles away

Inside a stunning early 19th century seed merchants’ warehouse, work previously exhibited only in Edinburgh or London hangs next to well known local artists such as Linda Hatrick and Tom Bromley. There's also a spectacular display of ceramics by John Marjoribanks Edgerton.

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