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Apple Mount Retreat is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique collection.
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Ashby Woulds Lodges and Spa is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, an exclusive collection of exceptional boutique lodges in an idyllic waterside setting overlooking a swathe of unspoilt Derbyshire countryside.
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Ashby Woulds Retreat is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection and boasts exclusive adult only boutique lodges, nestled in an idyllic setting overlooking the Derbyshire countryside.
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Aspen Country Park is located in the heart of Suffolk set within prestigious grounds once belonging to the Duke of Norfolk.
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Situated within the private grounds of Athelington Hall in the idyllic North Suffolk countryside, these well appointed lodges are perfect for a peaceful, away from it all rural holiday.
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Commanding breathtaking views over the Ribble Valley, Beacon Fell View is set in 35 acres of beautiful landscaped parkland.
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Nestled away in the Derbyshire countryside, Beechwood Park complements a tranquil setting with a base for exploration, creating a perfect retreat for couples and families seeking to escape and relax in a rural idyll.
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Situated in a rural location within the stunning Ribble Valley with its rolling countryside that provide numerous walks and amazing cycle tracks, this really is a paradise for those that enjoy the outdoors.
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This tranquil park delivers the most relaxing setting and whilst overlooking the beautiful lake it will have you chilled out in no time.
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Breydon Water Holiday Park provides a unique blend of leisure and adventure, making it an ideal destination for families, fitness enthusiasts, and those seeking a peaceful retreat in the Norfolk countryside.
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Perfectly placed on the Essex Sunshine Coast, Brightlingsea Holiday Park is a perfect coastal haven for you and your family.
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Broadland Sands, between Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft is in the perfect location for your holiday, and right on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk.
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Set just back from the main river and complete with a row dinghy for you to relax, enjoy and explore the Norfolk Broads.
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California Cliffs Holiday Park offers a retreat for families, couples, and friends alike.
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Cambridge Country Club Lodge Retreat is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, offering luxurious lodge accommodation at Cambridge Country Club, the perfect place for breaks away to relax and unwind.
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East of England Visitor's Guide

Venture to the East of England for an unforgettable escape that blends charming coastal towns with serene countryside. This corner of the UK is famed for its broads and waterways, offering unique boat trips and watersports. Foodies rejoice in the local seafood and farm-to-table eateries dotted throughout the region. For those craving activity, there's cycling through Suffolk's quaint villages or exploring the historic cities of Cambridge and Norwich. And if you're yearning for a romantic retreat, family adventure, or a much-needed catch-up with pals, opting for a lodge or cabin stay truly hits the mark. The East of England awaits to surprise and enchant you with its understated beauty and vibrant culture.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in East of England?

The East of England, with its blend of medieval history and modern vibrancy, offers an unparalleled lodge break experience. For 2024, the region welcomes the opening of The Fenland Safari, an immersive wildlife adventure showcasing the local flora and fauna, promising a new attraction for tourists. Noteworthy events like the Norfolk and Norwich Festival continue to draw crowds with their eclectic mix of performances and art. TripAdvisor scores consistently praise the area for its charming accommodations and the variety of activities available.

Choosing a lodge over a hotel in the East of England gives you a slice of tranquillity amidst nature, with the added comfort of home. What sets this region apart is its rich tapestry of landscapes – from the serene Norfolk Broads to the historic towns like Bury St Edmunds, each offering a unique experience. Lodges here often boast stunning views and provide a perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside.

If you're visiting East of England with kids

Absolutely, the East of England is a playground for kids! From the interactive exhibits at The Science Project in Ipswich (IP1 1QH) to the thrilling rides at Pleasurewood Hills (NR32 4TZ), there's no shortage of family-friendly activities. Opting for a lodge break means more space for the kids to play and the flexibility to cook your meals, making it a stress-free option for families.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring.
  2. Waterproof jackets – the weather can be unpredictable.
  3. Sunscreen and hats for sunny days out.
  4. Swimwear for beach days or water parks.
  5. A camera or phone for capturing memories.

Taking your Pet?

The East of England rolls out the green carpet for pets, especially dogs. Many lodges welcome pets, and you'll find plenty of establishments like The Dog and Duck in Campsea Ashe (IP13 0PT) and The Canine Café in Norwich (NR2 4AX) that are pet-friendly. A top tip for visiting with dogs is to look for lodges with enclosed gardens, offering peace of mind that your furry friend is safe while enjoying the outdoors.

Dog walking ideas in East of England

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Thetford Forest Park Variable Forest IP27 0AF
Southwold Beach 2.5 Beach IP18 6TB
Stowe Maries Aerodrome Walk 3 Historical/Countryside CM3 6RJ
Holkham Hall Estate Variable Country Estate NR23 1AB
Constable Country Walk 4.5 Riverside/Countryside CO7 6UL

Each route offers a unique experience, from the historical airfields at Stowe Maries to the iconic landscapes of Constable Country, ensuring you and your pet have plenty of memories to make in the East of England.

Popular Counties within East of England

Essex

Essex

Essex is a treasure trove for families and couples alike, boasting everything from the historic Colchester Castle to the thrilling Adventure Island in Southend-on-Sea (SS1 1EE). Foodies can indulge in fresh oysters at Mersea Island. The county is dotted with cosy lodges, offering a serene escape. Don’t miss the annual V Festival in Chelmsford for music lovers. Essex also shines with award-winning beaches like Frinton-on-Sea, perfect for a sunny day out.

Norfolk

Norfolk

Norfolk is famed for its vast, open skies and the stunning Norfolk Broads. It's a haven for boating enthusiasts and bird watchers. The Sealife Centre in Great Yarmouth (NR30 3AH) and the historic city of Norwich, with its majestic cathedral, offer diverse attractions. Lodges in Norfolk often boast scenic views and are a hit with families. The county is renowned for its Cromer crabs, a must-try local delicacy. The Norfolk and Norwich Festival is a cultural highlight each year.

Suffolk

Suffolk

Suffolk charms with its picturesque countryside and heritage coast. Southwold Pier (IP18 6BN) is a quintessentially British seaside experience, while Sutton Hoo (IP12 3DJ) offers a fascinating Anglo-Saxon royal burial site. The county is a food lover's paradise, known for its Suffolk pork and freshly caught seafood. Lodges nestled in Suffolk’s tranquil settings provide the perfect rural retreat. The annual Aldeburgh Festival, celebrating music and the arts, is a must for culture vultures.

Derbyshire

Derbyshire

Although technically in the East Midlands, Derbyshire offers breathtaking landscapes like the Peak District National Park, ideal for hiking and cycling. The historic Chatsworth House (DE45 1PP) is a must-visit. Derbyshire is also home to the unique Heights of Abraham cable car experience in Matlock (DE4 3NT). Local lodges often provide a cosy, rustic charm. Don’t leave without trying the famous Bakewell Tart in its namesake town. The Eroica Britannia, a vintage cycling festival, is a highlight for many visitors.

Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire boasts the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter (WD25 7LR), a dream come true for fans of the series. The historic city of St Albans, with its Roman relics and magnificent cathedral, offers a glimpse into the county's rich past. Hertfordshire is also a hotspot for foodies, offering a range of dining experiences from gourmet restaurants to traditional English pubs. Lodges in Hertfordshire often blend luxury with nature, providing a peaceful getaway. The annual St Albans Film Festival attracts cinephiles from across the UK.

Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire is renowned for the University of Cambridge, with its stunning architecture and historic colleges. The county offers a mix of cultural experiences and outdoor activities, including punting on the River Cam. Food enthusiasts can enjoy the Cambridge Food Tour for a taste of local and international cuisine. Lodges in Cambridgeshire often offer easy access to the countryside and the city, making them ideal for all types of travellers. The Cambridge Science Festival is a fascinating event for those interested in innovation and discovery.

Lancashire

Lancashire

Lancashire, though more commonly associated with the North West of England, offers visitors the dazzling Blackpool Pleasure Beach (FY4 1EZ) and the serene Forest of Bowland. It's a paradise for walkers and cyclists. The county is famous for its Lancashire hotpot and Morecambe Bay shrimps. Lodges in Lancashire often provide stunning views of the countryside or coast. The Lancashire Science Festival is a fantastic event, showcasing the best in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

East Anglia

East Anglia

East Anglia, encompassing Norfolk, Suffolk, and more, is a region rich in history and natural beauty. The Norfolk Broads and Suffolk Coast offer stunning landscapes and wildlife. The area is known for its Adnams Brewery in Southwold (IP18 6JW) where visitors can enjoy tours and tastings. Lodges in East Anglia often highlight the region's natural beauty, offering a serene escape. The East Anglian Game & Country Fair is an annual event that celebrates rural life, with activities for the whole family.

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect tranquility with a hint of luxury. Lodges in the East of England often come with stunning views, whether that's woodland wonders or beachside bliss. Many have modern amenities like hot tubs, Wi-Fi, and fully equipped kitchens. It's all about unwinding in nature without sacrificing comfort.

What should I pack when visiting East of England?

Bring layers – the weather can be unpredictable. Waterproofs are a must for exploring the great outdoors, and don’t forget your swimsuit for those hot tub moments. Comfortable walking shoes are essential for adventuring. Also, pack some essentials like tea, coffee, and snacks to enjoy in your lodge.

Can you park outside the lodge?

In most cases, yes. Many lodges in the East of England offer adjacent parking. It’s super convenient for unloading your car upon arrival. However, check your booking details as some secluded spots might have a short walk from the parking area to your lodge.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

There's still plenty to do! Many lodges come equipped with board games, streaming services, and cozy fireplaces. Nearby, you'll find indoor attractions like the Sea Life Centre in Great Yarmouth or the Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery. Rainy days are perfect for pub lunches too.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely. While you're nestled in nature, many lodges are still within delivery range of local eateries and supermarkets. Apps like JustEat, Deliveroo, or local services can bring meals right to your door. Some lodges even have partnerships with local food producers for fresh, local fare.

Is East of England a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely! Winter brings fewer crowds, meaning more serene landscapes. Lodges are cozy with heating and fireplaces. Plus, off-season prices are a bonus. The region's beauty doesn't fade after summer; autumn colours and spring blooms are stunning. Just remember, some attractions might have reduced hours.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, your hot tub will be sparkling. Lodges with hot tubs in the East of England pride themselves on hygiene and guest comfort. Expect it to be fully sanitized and ready for use upon arrival. Most places also provide a guide on how to maintain it during your stay.

Are there any pet-friendly lodges?

You bet! The East of England is a haven for pet owners, with many lodges welcoming furry friends. Imagine long walks in the countryside or along the coast with your dog. Always check the lodge’s pet policy, though, as some might charge a small extra fee.

What local attractions should we not miss?

Don't miss out on the Broads National Park for boating and stunning landscapes. Southwold Pier is perfect for a family day out. For a bit of culture, Framlingham Castle offers a glimpse into the past. There's something for everyone in the East of England.

Is there Wi-Fi in the lodges?

Most lodges now offer Wi-Fi, ranging from basic browsing speeds to faster connections for streaming. It’s perfect for posting those envy-inducing holiday pics or a cosy movie night. However, if you're heading to a more secluded spot, it's worth checking your lodge's listing for specifics on connectivity.