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Arthur’s Cabin – Log Cabin with Hot Tub

A Cosy Log Cabin with Private Hot Tub on Pretty Felmoor Park

Escape to the countryside at Arthur’s Cabin; a cosy, homely log cabin to tuck yourself away from busy life, a great log cabin with hot tub overlooking the lake with its abundance of wildlife and resident swans on leafy Felmoor Park.

Felmoor Park is perfectly situated just off the A1, which is ideal for visiting all the well-known attractions in Northumberland, such as Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island and Cragside.  Felmoor Park is quiet and leafy too, with pretty walks around the lake and a relaxed bar/reception area where you can eat and drink too.

Situated at the far end of the lakeside at Felmoor Park, overlooking the pretty lake with a private hot tub, Arthur’s Cabin has been awarded 4 stars by Visit England.

Arthur’s Cabin – Log Cabin with Hot Tub

Sleeps 6 2 dogs
4 star
prices & availability



Arthur’s Cabin is situated at the far end of the lakeside in Felmoor Park, overlooking the beautiful lake, with its abundance of wildlife, including swans and geese. All the attractions of Northumberland – from the beautiful Heritage coastline across to the wild and picturesque National Park – are within very easy reach, so you’ll be spoilt for choice for days out!

Arthur’s Cabin sleeps up to 6 in 1 double room and 2 twin rooms with one shower room.  2 well-behaved dogs welcome for a small charge of £20 each per holiday.  Must be kept on leads around the park and mustn’t be left unattended in the cabin.  There is a private hot tub.

Wi-fi is available for a small charge on the park through a separate partner called Wi-fi Spark.  Information on how to connect and how to pay is available at the reception and is completely independent of the owner of the cabin or Coquet Cottages. The charge is currently £5 per day per device.




The lounge is cosy and comfortable and is open plan to the dining room and kitchen. Windows on two elevations overlook the beautiful lakeside with its resident swans.  There is a flat screen TV with Freeview and a fireplace with an electric ‘wood-burning-style’ stove. Wi-fi is available free at the park reception and bar area and for a small charge of £5 per cabin per device in the cabin (to be arranged direct with the park reception office, not connected to the owner or Coquet Cottages).

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The kitchen is bright and spacious with luxury oak cabinets and a granite work surface. It’s well equipped with an electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher, microwave, kettle and toaster.  A small welcome pack is provided with milk, tea, coffee, bread, butter, wine and other little treats.



Dining Area

The spacious dining area is conveniently situated between the kitchen and the lounge and has a large heavy oak table comfortably seating up to 6 people.  Hi-fi.



Bedroom 1

With a fabulous solid wood double bed (4’6″ wide), super-comfortable luxury mattress and Egyptian cotton bed linen. Hypo-allergenic duvet and pillows.  Towels provided. Hairdryer.



Bedroom 2

Twin single beds (3′ wide) in a chunky, solid wood style. Luxury mattresses and top quality Egyptian cotton bed linen.  Hypo-allergenic duvets and pillows.  Towels provided.



Bedroom 3

Twin single beds (3′ wide) in a chunky, solid wood style. Luxury mattresses and top quality Egyptian cotton bed linen.  Hypo-allergenic duvets and pillows.  Towels provided.



Shower Room

The large shower room has a WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle. Please note that this shower room has just recently been upgraded so looks slightly different but still has a large shower, WC and wash hand basin.  Complimentary toiletries provided.

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Gardens and Grounds

The log cabin overlooks a pretty lake, complete with swans and the occasional elusive heron. The area surrounding the cabin is lawned and spacious. There is outside seating for 6 and a hot tub for your exclusive use.



Private parking for 2 cars is available on the driveway for the cabin, and parking for an additional car can be at the end of the driveway, immediately adjacent to Arthur’s Cabin.


Log Cabin with Hot Tub

The hot tub is drained and thoroughly cleaned after each guests’ holiday, it takes several hours to heat up to the optimum temperature (longer in winter, less in summer).  Please therefore be aware that the water in the hot tub may not be hot upon your arrival at 4pm, as it may take another 2-4 hours to heat up and often a little longer in the cooler months. The owner turns the heater on as soon as it’s been refilled which is carried out as a priority as soon as the previous guests depart, so no time is lost in preparing it.


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Arthur’s Cabin – Log Cabin with Hot Tub

Sleeps 6 2 dogs
4 star
prices & availability

Cosy Cabin Style

Arthur’s Cabin is a Scandinavian log cabin built by hand, ensuring it is warm and cosy in every way. With lots of wood, squashy leather sofas, a wood burning-effect stove and fluffy dressing gowns for your trips to the hot tub. Arthur’s Cabin is not only cosy and inviting, it has that touch of home so you can instantly relax.

Facts & Features

Up to 6 guests and 1 baby.

Extra Touches
Luxury White Company toiletries, bespoke area and property guide, private hot tub and bathrobes for adults provided.

One baby welcome. Cot and highchair available upon request.

Two well-behaved dogs welcome.  Three toy-sized or miniature-sized dogs welcome by arrangement.

The veranda has bench seats to take off muddy boots. The hot tub is just to the left of the cabin at the front, overlooking the lake. There is no enclosed area at Arthur’s Cabin, dogs need to be kept on a lead and under control.

There is private parking on the driveway for two cars

Please be Aware
There is no enclosed garden area for dogs.
The hot tub is emptied and refilled every changeover day, so the water may not be warm enough immediately upon arrival at 4pm.
There is no washing machine at Arthur’s Cabin, but there is an on-site self-service laundry and the owners also run a guest house so they can offer a 24 hour turnaround service upon request (to be requested direct – contact details in the property).
Wi-fi is available free of charge in the reception but to access it in the cabin there is a charge of £5 per device per day arranged and paid direct to the site management.

One double bedroom with a double sized bed (4ft 6″), two twin rooms all with 3ft single size beds.

One bathroom with a large shower cubicle, WC and basin.

Fridge/freezer, electric oven, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle, iron, ironing board, vacuum, hairdryer, music and films, wood burning-effect electric stove.

TV in the lounge with a separate iPod dock/music system.

Arrivals and Departures
Arrival days: Fridays and Mondays
Arrival Time: 4pm
Departure Time: 10am

Accommodation on one floor; open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area, family bathroom and all three bedrooms. There is a step up to the shower cubicle, otherwise the cabin is all on one level.

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About Alnwick


Here is a floor plan of Arthur’s Cabin, it’s not perfectly to scale but provided here to give you an idea of the layout. Click the floor plan to enlarge it.

Map & Local Area

Arthur’s Cabin sits in a fairly private spot at the far side of Felmoor Park, with uninterrupted views of the lake in front of the cabin. Not overlooked at the front, there is also a private hot tub secluded by trees too. The park itself is quiet and pretty, with leafy walks around the lake and a reception area with a bar that also serves food.

Felmoor Park is situated just off the A1, which is a great location for exploring the north and south of Northumberland. The nearest village is Felton, where you can find the highly renowned artisan bakery ‘The Running Fox’ as well as the gastro pub ‘The Northumberland Arms’.   The nearest town is Alnwick, 15 minutes’ drive north, where you’ll find the famous Alnwick Castle (of Harry Potters’ Hogwart’s fame), Alnwick Garden and Treehouse, as well as the pretty market town with its weekly farmers market.

The nearest beach is Druridge Bay and Country Park, where yearly events happen such as boating on the lake and the VW Campervan festival.

You can also reach the National Park very easily from Felmoor Park, where you can find the pretty country village of Rothbury, Lord Armstrong’s Cragside House and Estate (National Trust and unmissable!) and further afield is Kielder Forest.

You can explore the location of Arthur’s Cabin on the map below.  The postcode of the property is NE65 9QJ.

To find out the distance of the cabin from your own home, how long it will take to drive there and other options for alternative transport, click here: Arthur’s Cabin on Googlemaps and enter your home postcode in the box provided.

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We had an amazing time and will definitely be back. The accommodation is really beautiful! The welcome hamper was totally unexpected and a really thoughtful touch. The setting is amazing. We all had a great time and would love to come back.

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Tips from a local

You must visit The Running Fox in Felton, which is an artisan bakery and café. They produce the biggest, most delicious pies and sandwiches stuffed to the brim, which you can eat in or take out. Their afternoon teas are very well-known in the area – just make sure you don’t eat beforehand as they will fill you up! Booking is essential for the café.

Tips from a local

Take a picnic to Druridge Bay Country Park and spend the day strolling along the beach and enjoying the lovely countryside. The park is centered on a lake with surrounding meadows with woods that has been restored from an old opencast coal mine, maturing beautifully into a pleasant landscape for walks and picnics. They also have water sports, a cycle path and if you have any of your own equipment you can use it on the lake. There are toilets and a café too, as well as a little gift shop which is open most weekends and gift shops. Druridge Bay is 15 minutes’ drive in the car. The best bit – dogs are welcome all year round too!

Tips from a local

Cragside is a must when staying in this area of Northumberland. Cragside was the first country house in the world to be lit using hydroelectric power by Lord Armstrong, a key figure in Northumberland. As well as the interesting house, the whole estate is open to the public with its magnificent walks and country trails, as well as a huge children’s play park and a nice café too.
It is ran by the National Trust, click HERE to visit the website.


Reservations Consultant at Coquet Cottages

We asked Shannon what she loves most about Arthur’s Cabin:

“As soon as you arrive at the cabin you instantly feel at home. It’s warm, comfortable and cosy, with a nice welcome pack to get you started too!

The hot tub is great, as it is situated behind evergreen trees so you are sheltered from anyone who walks around the lake. The whole position of the cabin is very private, there is no one walking past apart from along the lake path, which is very unobtrusive to the cabin.

The views are lovely on a morning too, very peaceful and tranquil, which is exactly what you need when escaping from hectic life.”

Not sure where to start?

We know Northumberland and all of our cottages inside out, so if you have any particular queries, please don’t hesitate to call or email us. We’re more than happy to help!

Telephone: 01665 710 700 or click here to email us your enquiry.