22 November, 2017 Book OnLine

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Lonely Planet names North East England as must-see destination

North East England has been named as one of the ‘must-see’ destinations  in the Lonely Planet Bluelist 2008.

The region is one of only 30 places around the world to make it into the “Go-List” section – a chapter dedicated to highlighting the up-and-coming destinations in the influential guide.

The book praises North East England, describing it as “the most exciting, beautiful and friendly region in the whole of England,” with the region’s rejuvenated cities, fascinating history as well as the dramatic Northumberland wilderness identified among the region’s biggest draws.

In a fantastic endorsement of the region, the guide goes on to say: “If your image of North East England is of coal mines and bad weather then it’s time you forgot your preconceived ideas and discovered the most exciting and friendly region in the whole of England. Stretching from the River Tees to the Scottish Border, the Northeast sees nine-million visitors annually, with overseas numbers rising by 30% in the last seven years.”


So, what are you waiting for? Come and see it all for yourself and, just in case you're still not convinced, here are some comments from our guests about our HEAVENLY holiday homes in this wondeful location:

Here is just a sample of the wonderful comments our guests have left either in our Visitors Book or when speaking to us after their visits.  Please feel free to add your own comments when you stay.

Paradise Lodge

"Paradise Lodge does exactly what it says on the tin. All the luxury of a really good hotel with all the comforts of home. A great break for the whole family - thanks."

"A view to die for. Luxury accommodation. Wonderful walks."

"A perfect place to stay. Very sorry to leave but looking forward to our return. Views breathtaking; kids never been happier doing the simplest of things. Thank you for a fantastic holiday in your perfect home."

"Views are stunning, position perfect - name your price!!!"




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