We look forward to welcoming you to Kielder Water & Forest Park. Please see our Know Before You Go page for lots of useful information including important details on access to routes following storm damage.
Nestled into the heart of Kielder Water & Forest Park, our lodges bring a touch of luxury to the great outdoors.
With contemporary design alongside a stunning forest location enjoy the lavish features and benefits that will make you feel right at home.
Kielder Waterside is an exclusive waterside location bringing you an outdoor escape with a touch of luxury.
Set within the heart of Northumberland, the darkest skies in England, the largest working forest in England and the largest man-made lake in northern Europe, there is truly nowhere else like it.
Take your pick from our fleet of fifty lodges. Our range of lodges include some which are pet friendly, lodges with a view or hot tubs, BBQ huts and Star Gazing Pods.
Facilities* on site include our new Forest Bar & Kitchen, with views across the picturesque lake, an indoor swimming pool, sauna and steam room, mapping minigolf, children’s play areas, Birds of Prey Centre, wildlife garden, squirrel hide, fishing by bank and boat, fully licensed shop, cycling and walking trails. Pitches are also available for touring caravans and motorhomes.
Visitors to Kielder Waterside also have access to Go Active activities such as Archery, Crossbows, Segway tours, Hoverkarts, Go Junior activities and many more! Not forgetting canoeing and paddleboarding sessions on Kielder Water. This lovely area hosts miles of marked walking and cycling routes and England's largest network of mountain biking trails. A truly superb holiday choice for everyone.
*Some facilities are seasonal, weather dependent and subject to availability. Please check when booking.
We welcome dogs within Kielder Water & Forest Park. Please help other visitors have a great visit by keeping your dog under control and ensuring no mess is left.
Dogs can be allowed off the lead in the forest, but make sure you know where they are and can call them back if necessary. Dogs should be on a lead in busy public areas such as campsites and visitor centres (different rules apply for each visitor centre), and kept under close control on the lead when near livestock at all times.
Our Osprey Ferry is currently undergoing it's yearly maintenance and is not running. We aim to have this back on the water as soon as we can. Call 01434 251 000 for any questions around this.