Casa Di Lusso at Badger Lakes
Badger Lakes at Haggerston Castle
Casa Di Lusso exterior
Glass House at Badger Lakes

Badger Lakes

Beal, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland. TD15 2PA

History and escape at Badger Lakes at Haggerston Castle, Northumberland

Haggerston Castle’s history helps make Badger Lakes one of our most inspiring parks. It was once a country estate, and while we might not have kept the peacocks, the impressive castle can still be seen from many of the lodges for sale. But it isn’t just a room with a view that makes Badger Lakes such an idyllic escape from everyday life.

Badger Lakes is surrounded by a wonderful landscape: deep forests, scenic local towns and an unspoilt coastline wait to be discovered. And what could be better for the soul than a countryside escape filled with long walks in the crisp, fresh air, picnics with picturesque scenery and the best of British nature? Even Badger Lakes itself is a natural haven, home to boating lakes, acres of greenery and lush woodland.

You can step away from city life to rediscover your adventurous side. Exploring the great outdoors and spending time with loved ones is a wonderful tonic.

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Golf course at Haggerston Castle

Park facilities

Badger Lakes at Haggerston Castle offers the perfect mix of adventure, relaxation and indulgence, including:

  • A tranquil boating lake
  • An exclusive owners' lounge, purpose built to overlook the lake
  • An exhilarating climbing wall and 9-hole golf course
  • Restaurants serving delicious dishes
  • A soothing spa and heated swimming pools

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Holy Island in Northumberland

The local area

One of the perks of owning one of the wooden lodges for sale at Badger Lakes is the number of nearby attractions. From quaint towns to wild landscapes, there’s no shortage of things to explore during your stay.

You’ll find beaches and boundless beauty at Berwick-Upon-Tweed, as well as streets trodden by none other than L. S. Lowry. More history can be found at the mighty Hadrian’s Wall, while wildlife-lovers won’t want to miss the boat to the Farne Islands. Keep your eyes peeled for seals and puffins, alongside other iconic seabirds.