During the May half term break, we spent 3 nights at the luxurious Slaley Hall resort in Northumberland.  We were invited by Q Lodges to stay in a 3 bedroom lodge, and experience what Slaley Hall has to offer.  I first heard about Q Lodges when Sarah, from Extraordinary Chaos stayed at Slaley Hall back in October. Sarah is the Q Hotels Ambassador, and she is doing an amazing job of highlighting the facilities that Q offers for families.

Q Lodges at Slaley Hall

Readers will know that as a family we LOVE lodge holidays, and it is our first choice of accommodation when staying in the UK. With Q Lodges you really do get the best of both worlds. The lodge offers you your own space, whilst the fantastic hotel facilities are just a short golf buggy ride away. Of course you can have a leisurely stroll up to the main hotel, but it’s much more fun to go by golf buggy. Just remember to bring your driving licence if you hire one. Whilst we were at Slaley Hall, I posted about our first impressions of Q Lodges here.

Q Lodge Golf Buggy

We stayed in lodge 13, which had plenty of parking and space around the lodge. Upon entering you immediately get the feeling of how spacious the lodge is going to be. On the ground floor there was a stunning kitchen with dining room table, and double doors leading out to a patio area. The kitchen was the best equipped I have ever stayed in. There was everything from a coffee machine (though you do need to bring your own pods), to lots of baking utensils should you feel like whipping up a cake.

Kitchen in a Q Lodge

Q Lodge kitchen

Also on this floor was the 2 twin bedrooms where the children would be sleeping. I think Katie got the better deal as her bedroom had an ensuite and a television.  The main bathroom, complete with Jacuzzi and sauna were also on the ground floor.

Q Lodge twin bedroom

Q Lodge ensuite

You then went up a ‘mini staircase’ as the children described it, and found yourself in the main living area. I only wish the weather had been kinder to us, as the balcony was the perfect place for a gin and tonic.

Main living area Q Lodge

Q Lodge living area

Balcony Q Lodge

Q Lodge balcony

Another ‘mini staircase’ led to what I can only describe as the most spacious double bedroom I have ever stayed in, complete with yet another bathroom. Thank you Q Lodges for giving us 3 bathrooms, what a luxury when you go on holiday. That meant I could get ready in peace and quiet, without a queue forming outside the door.

Master bedroom Q Lodge

Q Lodge master bedroom

And just outside our bedroom was this, a gorgeous desk overlooking the main living area. This meant I could catch up on emails, but I could still join in conversations with the rest of the family.

Office area Q Lodge

I think we would have been happy enough to not even leave the lodge for the 3 days we were there. Who needs to when you have free wifi (happy teenager), more space than you have back home, and even a delivery service from Slaley Hall if you don’t feel like cooking.

But the resort has so much to offer, both for families and couples. During our 3 days we dined in the hotel, enjoyed afternoon tea, had spa treatments, swam, quad biked and played golf on the driving range. Though the less said about my efforts at golf the better. I have posted about the activities and dining at Slaley Hall, and the fact we didn’t even leave the resort until it was time to go home.

Q Lodges really did tick all the boxes we look for in a family break.  Due to the size of the lodges you can easily share your stay, and the cost, with friends or other family members. It is worth bearing in mind that you get charged for electricity upon checking out, and you will find details about the costs in your welcome pack.

3 bedroom lodge

3 bedroom Q Lodge

Thank you Q Lodges for our fantastic break away in the beautiful Northumberland countryside.

We were invited to Q Lodges for a 3 night break in a 3 bedroom lodge. All words and opinions are my own. Tried and Tested

20 Thoughts on “Q Lodges Slaley Hall – A luxurious family break

  1. Oh it looks lovely, the lodge looks so spacious and modern. I don’t think my teen would want to leave the lodge either! It sounds like there is so much to do and like you had the perfect family break x
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    • Tracey Williams on June 10, 2016 at 10:32 am said:

      We were so impressed with how spacious the lodge was, and it really was a perfect break away for us all x

  2. Wow – I had no idea the lodges were so spacious. Love all the luxurious touches such as the coffee machine, sauna & 3 bathrooms! Extra bathrooms really do make all the difference.

    The balcony is a nice space too x
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    • Tracey Williams on June 10, 2016 at 10:34 am said:

      We love our lodge holidays Samantha, but this was the most spacious lodge we have ever stayed in. The kitchen area was about 3 times the size of our kitchen at home. I could have quite happily stayed for another week x

  3. Wow Tracey – what lush accommodation. Its soo beautiful and relaxing! I bet you really did have a lovely time. What a perfect spot for some family time x

    • Tracey Williams on June 10, 2016 at 10:38 am said:

      You are so right Mary, it really was the perfect spot to spend some family time. There was so much to do, yet you could just chill out in the lodge if you wanted to x

  4. Oh wowser. I’d heard these lodges were nice but I never expected them to be THIS nice. They are so stunning!! I might have to look into it a bit more!
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    • Tracey Williams on June 13, 2016 at 6:07 pm said:

      Tas the lodges were amazing. So much space both inside and around the lodge. I hate going away and being too cramped in, and the lodge was the biggest we have ever stayed in x

  5. Ah thank you for the mention, I knew you would love it, I love Q Lodges, it has spoilt us so much the standard is so high and Slaley Hall is just stunning and the lodges are gorgeous I cant wait to see what you got up too x
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    • Tracey Williams on June 13, 2016 at 6:09 pm said:

      Sarah I knew we were going to love Slaley Hall after reading your posts and watching your video (Katie may have watched it alot lol). Such a chilled out place, yet lots of activities to do if you want to. It was a perfect place for us and the kids x

  6. Wow, it looks amazing. So nice to have all that space – and three bathrooms is always a huge bonus! You can just see how bad the weather was though, such a shame!
    (Doesn’t your boy look the spitting image of his dad?!)

    • Tracey Williams on June 14, 2016 at 8:29 am said:

      Typically it was nice and sunny back home Sarah, and yes 3 bathrooms was sheer luxury. Morgan has always looked the image of his dad, right from the minute he was born. Definitely 2 peas in a pod x

  7. It looks and sounds like a gorgeous place to stay. The kitchen looks amazing!
    There seems so much to do.
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    • Tracey Williams on June 15, 2016 at 10:11 am said:

      The kitchen was amazing and it was lovely to have all that space. It was certainly a wow moment when we walked in x

  8. They look gorgeous! So much more luxurious than so many other holiday homes of this sort! That master bedroom would make me want to hole up and not leave!
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    • Tracey Williams on June 15, 2016 at 10:13 am said:

      I could have quite happily moved into the lodge and stayed there for ever, it was so luxurious and peaceful at Slaley Hall x

  9. Oh my word, what beautiful lodges! That kitchen is gorgeous, and it seems so well laid out as well. I’d not heard of Q Lodges before, so one to add to the future holiday memory bank.

    Stevie x
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    • Tracey Williams on June 16, 2016 at 8:52 pm said:

      If your holiday memory bank is anything like mine, it’s getting father full in there. But yes there are so many gorgeous places to visit, and I am so glad we got to visit Slaley Hall x

  10. Wow that looks great. I hadn’t heard of these but will consider them for our next break now!

    • Tracey Williams on July 1, 2016 at 11:49 am said:

      Nyomi Q Lodges were such a fantastic break for all of us. Great for chilling but equally fab for doing lots of active things x

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