There is, of course, difference between method and methodology terms, since etymologically methodology is theory of methods.
Saying it simply and not being entirely accurate, a method is a way of doing things, and a methodology is a collection of methods.
Dictionary definitions describe briefly these terms:
methodology: A set of methods, rules, or ideas that are important in a science or art. A a particular procedure or set of procedures.
method: A way of doing something. A careful or organized plan that controls the way something is done.
The most common definitions suggest that methodology is the overall approach to research linked to the paradigm or theoretical framework while the method refers to systematic modes, procedures or tools used for collection and analysis of data. Mackenzie, N., & Knipe, S. (2006). Research dilemmas: Paradigms, methods and methodology.Issues in educational research, 16(2), 193-205.
Nevertheless, misuse occurs between these two terms. Methodology has been increasingly used as a pretentious substitute for method in scientific and technical contexts http://www.thefreedictionary.com/methodology.