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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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Situated on the grounds of the historic RAF Leiston in Suffolk Cakes & Ale Holiday Park is a unique location that was significant during the 2nd World War as it served as the base for the 357th Fighter group.
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California Cliffs Holiday Park offers a retreat for families, couples, and friends alike.
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With its well-stocked fishing lakes, tranquil location and abundance of leisure facilities, Carlton Meres Holiday Park is an ideal place for your family holiday.
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Boasting a wonderful setting overlooking the North Norfolk coast, this cosy small, family-run park sits in the peaceful village of Bacton-on-Sea.
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Field View at Mundesley is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, situated close to the beach on the stunning North Norfolk coast.
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Haveringland Hall

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Haveringland Hall Resort, perfectly placed for exploring the abundant delights of Norfolk.
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Hawthorn Glen Lodges is beautifully positioned less than one mile form the quaint market town of Downham Market, which boasts plenty of shops and restaurants, with easy access to Kings Lynn, Norwich and Cambridge, Hawthorn Glen Lodges offer the perfect escape from day to day life.
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Heathside Lodges is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, a family run location, enjoying a stunning and secluded setting close to the Broads and picturesque Suffolk coast.
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Hemsby Beach Holiday Park is part of our Go Active Breaks+ Collection, enviably set just 350 yards from the golden sands and rolling dunes of Hemsby’s famously lovely beach.
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Set amidst 120 acres of tranquil woodland and delightful Suffolk countryside, these luxury lodges boast an excellent location close to the renowned coastal hotspots of Southwold, Aldeburgh and RSPB Minsmere.
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Set in ten acres of beautiful mature parkland, King’s Lynn Holiday 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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Beautifully positioned in the heart of Norfolk’s stunning countryside, Langmere Lakes complements a tranquil setting with fantastic contemporary design, creating a perfect retreat for couples and families seeking to escape and relax in a rural idyll.
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Laxfield Lodges

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Nestling in a tranquil acre of mid-Suffolk countryside boasting a serene setting and wildlife aplenty, these luxury lodges offer the perfect base to relax and explore this enchanting county.
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Manor Park offers a retreat for families and visitors looking for a mix of relaxation and entertainment.
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Norfolk Visitor's Guide

Embark on a journey to East Anglia, where the serene Norfolk Broads beckon adventurers and the Suffolk coast whispers tales of old. Savour the fresh, briny oysters of Mersea Island and indulge in the hearty, traditional Sunday roasts at local pubs. Thrill-seekers can windsurf off the shores of Hunstanton, while culture vultures explore the vibrant arts scene in Norwich. Did you know? The University of Cambridge, a cornerstone of global academia, calls this region home. For those yearning for a cosy retreat, whether it's a couple's escape, a family quest, or a mates' reunion, a lodge stay here is unbeatable.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in East Anglia?

East Anglia is a gem of the UK, with its sweeping coastlines, charming villages, and rich tapestry of history. It's not just about the past though; 2024 brings fresh excitement with new attractions and events. Lodges offer a unique experience compared to hotels, providing a private retreat in nature without skimping on comfort. This year, look out for the Ely Folk Festival and the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, which are sure to be cultural highlights. East Anglia stands out for its serene waterways in the Broads National Park and the unspoiled beauty of its rural landscapes. Opting for a lodge here means waking up to tranquil views and having a cosy base to explore the unique character of this part of the UK.

If you're visiting East Anglia with kids

Absolutely, East Anglia is a playground for children. With attractions like BeWILDerwood in Norfolk, an outdoor adventure park, and the educational Dinosaur Adventure Park, your little ones will be entertained for hours. Lodges are ideal for families, offering space for kids to play and the flexibility to cater to their schedules and diets. Plus, having a 'home base' means you can relax while the kids have a familiar place to return to after a day of adventure.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Swimwear for the beaches or lodge pools
  3. Outdoor clothing – it can be unpredictable
  4. Binoculars for birdwatching in the Broads
  5. Favorite snacks – for those fussy eaters
  6. Sunscreen and hats – for sunny days out
  7. Wellies – for those muddy adventure trails
  8. Backpacks for each child – for their treasures

Pet Friendly East Anglia Adventures

East Anglia is a haven for pets, with many lodges offering enclosed gardens and miles of walking trails. You'll find plenty of pet-friendly pubs and eateries, such as The Ship at Dunwich and The Waterfront in Suffolk, where your furry friends are welcomed with open arms. When booking, look for lodges that specify pet-friendly amenities. Remember to pack a doggy first-aid kit, their favourite toys, and maybe even a doggy life jacket if you're planning on boating in the Broads.

Dog walking ideas in East Anglia

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Thetford Forest Trails Varies Forest IP27 0AF
Holkham Beach Up to 6 Coastal NR23 1DR
Stour Valley Path Up to 60 (sections) River/Valley CO10 9NA
Whitlingham Country Park 2 Lakeside NR14 8TR
Wicken Fen Nature Reserve Varies Fenland CB7 5XP

These spots offer a mix of terrains and distances, perfect for dogs of all energy levels. Always check the local guidelines for leash requirements and be mindful of wildlife and other walkers.

Romantic Breaks for Couples

If you're looking to whisk your partner away for some quality time together, consider the lodges in East Anglia. They're perfect for couples seeking a blend of relaxation and romance. Many lodges offer pamper packs which can include champagne, chocolates, and even rose petals on the bed for that extra touch of romance. For a truly indulgent experience, book a lodge that provides spa facilities where you can unwind with a couples massage or enjoy the sauna together. Dining out is also a treat, with many lodges boasting on-site restaurants serving delicious meals in a cozy setting. And let's not forget the allure of a private hot tub under the stars – it's a must for any romantic getaway!

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

East Anglia is a treasure trove of culinary experiences, with a focus on fresh, local produce. Seafood is a staple here, with dishes like Cromer crab and Brancaster mussels being local favourites. For a hearty meal, head to The Duck Inn in Stanhoe, known for its exceptional take on British classics. Families will love The Jolly Sailors in Brancaster Staithe, offering a relaxed atmosphere and a menu that caters to all ages. Couples looking for a more intimate dining experience should try Tuddenham Mill in Newmarket, where fine dining meets rustic charm.

For a good night out

East Anglia's nightlife might surprise you with its variety. If you're after a traditional pub experience, The Fat Cat in Norwich comes highly recommended for its extensive selection of ales and friendly atmosphere. For something a bit more lively, The Waterfront in Norwich hosts live music and club nights. And don't miss out on The Apex in Bury St Edmunds, a venue that offers everything from comedy to concerts.

Fishing

Anglers will find plenty of opportunities to cast their lines in East Anglia. Here's a list of some prime fishing spots:

  • Barford Lakes - NR9 4BJ
  • Puddledock Farm Fishery - RM14 3NX
  • Taverham Mill Fishery - NR8 6HS
  • Aldeby Fishing Lakes - NR34 0BD
  • Highbridge Fisheries - PE14 0HA

Outdoor Adventures

For those who love the great outdoors, East Anglia doesn't disappoint. Go Ape Thetford offers treetop adventures and zip-lining for thrill-seekers, with prices starting around £20 per person. Watersports enthusiasts should check out Whitlingham Adventure in Norwich, where you can try sailing, kayaking, and canoeing. They're open seasonally from April to October, with activities typically ranging from £10-£45.

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Norwich Market Open-air market Local crafts, food NR2 1ND
Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre Seasonal market Gifts, decorations IP33 1RX
Grand Arcade Shopping centre High-street brands CB2 3BJ
Snape Maltings Arts complex Artisan goods, antiques IP17 1SP
Wroxham Barns Crafts centre Handmade gifts, clothing NR12 8QU

Whether you're after a romantic escape or an adventure-packed holiday, East Anglia's lodges offer the perfect base to explore all that this charming region has to offer.


Top lodge breaks for 2024 in East Anglia

Yaxham Waters, Norfolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Yaxham Waters offers a serene escape in the Norfolk countryside, with 15 acres of parkland, exclusive fishing lakes, and charming views of the Mid Norfolk Steam Railway.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for anglers, nature lovers, and families seeking a peaceful retreat. The tranquil surroundings and on-site fishing make it a unique spot for a restful holiday.

What can you do here? Besides fishing, guests can enjoy the children's playground and the convenience of Wi-Fi*. The nearest eateries and pubs are just a short drive away, providing local fare and refreshments.

What's nearby? Explore the historic market town of Dereham, just a 10-minute drive away, or venture further to the stunning Norfolk coast, approximately 40 minutes by car. Attractions include the Dinosaur Adventure Park and Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse, both within a 20-minute drive and offering engaging experiences for all ages.

Accommodation options: Yaxham Waters provides a range of comfortable detached lodges, suitable for couples or families of up to 4, with verandas and outdoor furniture to enjoy the views. While pet-friendly options are not available, the lodges are well-equipped for a self-catering stay.


Aspen Country Park, Suffolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Aspen Country Park is nestled within 220 acres of the Suffolk countryside, offering luxurious lodges with hot tubs, fishing lakes, and a history-rich environment once owned by the Duke of Norfolk.

Who will love these lodges? Perfect for history buffs, luxury seekers, and families. The park's aristocratic heritage and tranquil setting make it a splendid choice for a high-end, relaxing holiday.

What can you do here? Enjoy on-site fishing, or take advantage of the nearby golf clubs and health spa. The lodges themselves come with hot tubs for an indulgent soak under the stars.

What's nearby? The historic town of Bury St Edmunds is just a 20-minute drive away, offering cultural sites such as St Edmundsbury Cathedral and the Abbey Gardens. For a family day out, the West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village is about 25 minutes away by car.

Accommodation options: Aspen Country Park provides a selection of pet-friendly lodges, from the Platinum Spa Pet lodge to the Signature Spa Six Pet lodge, all featuring hot tubs and luxurious amenities for groups and families.


Athelington Hall Farm Lodges, Norfolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Located within the private grounds of Athelington Hall, these lodges offer a tranquil countryside setting, with luxury amenities including hot tubs, saunas, and a games room.

Who will love these lodges? Couples on a romantic getaway, families, and those celebrating special occasions will find Athelington Hall Farm Lodges to be an idyllic retreat with plenty of space for exploration.

What can you do here? On-site activities include Wi-Fi access, a games room, and a children's play area. The lodges themselves boast features such as saunas and hot tubs for ultimate relaxation.

What's nearby? The charming town of Eye is just a 15-minute drive away, offering local shops and eateries. For a day out, the Suffolk Owl Sanctuary is approximately 20 minutes by car, providing an educational and fun experience for all ages.

Accommodation options: The lodge options range from the cosy Field View 1, perfect for couples, to the spacious Field View 2 deluxe, which can accommodate up to 6 guests and is pet-friendly, ensuring a comfortable stay for larger groups or families.


Breydon Water, Norfolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Breydon Water is a unique holiday park comprising two villages, offering a variety of facilities including heated pools, a gym, and entertainment options.

Who will love these lodges? Families and groups looking for an action-packed holiday with plenty of on-site activities and entertainment will find Breydon Water ideal.

What can you do here? Take a dip in the indoor or outdoor heated pools, enjoy the multi-sports court, or dine at The Boathouse Bar and Restaurant. There's also a sports and leisure programme to keep everyone engaged.

What's nearby? The seaside town of Great Yarmouth is just a 20-minute drive away, offering classic beachside fun, historic sites, and the Sea Life Centre. The Roman Fort of Burgh Castle is also nearby, providing a glimpse into the area's ancient past.

Accommodation options: Breydon Water offers a range of lodges, such as the Upton Lodge and Trinity Lodge, designed for comfort and convenience. While these lodges are not pet-friendly, they are equipped with modern amenities and are perfect for families and groups of up to 6.



Top lodge breaks for 2024 in East Anglia

Yaxham Waters, Norfolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Yaxham Waters is a serene escape nestled in 15 acres of picturesque parkland in Norfolk, boasting views of the nostalgic Mid Norfolk Steam Railway and exclusive fishing lakes for guests.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for anglers, nature lovers, and families seeking a tranquil retreat, Yaxham Waters offers a children’s playground and a peaceful environment that's perfect for a relaxing getaway.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite, guests can enjoy fishing in the well-stocked lakes or watch their little ones play in the children's playground. For dining, the nearest eateries are a short drive away, offering local fare and drinks.

What's nearby? Nearby attractions include the historic city of Norwich (approximately 30 minutes drive), with its castle, cathedral, and shopping. The North Norfolk coast, with its beautiful beaches, is around an hour's drive away.

Accommodation options: Yaxham Waters offers a range of comfortable detached lodges, including options with verandas and outdoor furniture, perfect for couples or families. While not pet-friendly, the lodges provide a homely base for exploring the Norfolk countryside.


Aspen Country Park, Suffolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Aspen Country Park is a luxurious retreat set within 220 acres of Suffolk's countryside, offering a tranquil environment with aristocratic heritage, fishing lakes, and golfing nearby.

Who will love these lodges? History buffs, golf enthusiasts, and those seeking a high-end escape will adore Aspen Country Park. Its rich history and peaceful setting make it a prime choice for couples or families desiring a sophisticated country break.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The park itself offers fishing and golfing opportunities, while the nearby health spa provides a chance for pampering. Dining options are available in the local village, complemented by the scenic surroundings.

What's nearby? The historic town of Bury St Edmunds is just a 20-minute drive away, offering cultural experiences, shopping, and the famous Abbey Gardens. For a coastal day out, Aldeburgh and Southwold are within an hour's drive.

Accommodation options: The accommodations at Aspen Country Park include luxurious lodges with en-suite facilities, hot tubs, and pet-friendly options, catering to groups and families looking for a touch of luxury in the countryside.


Athelington Hall Farm Lodges, Norfolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Set in the private grounds of Athelington Hall, these lodges offer a quintessentially English countryside experience, complete with luxury amenities, a games room, and a children’s play area.

Who will love these lodges? Perfect for honeymooners, families, and those celebrating special occasions, Athelington Hall Farm Lodges offer a romantic and family-friendly environment with plenty of space for pets to explore.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The lodges provide Wi-Fi access, a games room for entertainment, and a children's play area. The surrounding countryside is perfect for leisurely walks and outdoor activities.

What's nearby? The Suffolk Heritage Coast, with charming towns like Southwold and Walberswick, is about an hour's drive away. For a historical outing, Framlingham Castle is just a 20-minute drive from the lodges.

Accommodation options: The accommodation options range from luxury lodges with hot tubs and saunas to contemporary units with all the modern conveniences, suitable for couples or families, with some pet-friendly choices.


Breydon Water, Norfolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Breydon Water is a unique park offering access to two villages with a plethora of facilities including heated pools, a gym, and family entertainment, making it an action-packed destination.

Who will love these lodges? Families and active travellers will find Breydon Water ideal, with its extensive sports and leisure programme, entertainment options, and child-friendly amenities.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite, guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor pools, a gym, and an adventure playground. Dining is made easy with the Boathouse Bar and Restaurant and Costa Coffee on site.

What's nearby? Great Yarmouth's sandy beaches and seaside attractions are just a 15-minute drive away. The historic Roman Fort of Burgh Castle is also nearby, offering a glimpse into the region's past.

Accommodation options: Breydon Water provides a range of lodges, including spacious options with verandas and modern amenities, ideal for families or groups. While not pet-friendly, these lodges offer comfort and convenience for a memorable stay.


Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In East Anglia

Colchester Zoo

  • Opening Times: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: Adults £24.99, Children £17.99
  • Postcode: CO3 0SL
  • Est. time required: 4-6 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

Colchester Zoo is a wildlife enthusiast's dream with over 260 species to see. It's perfect for families and anyone keen on conservation. They've recently opened a new sea lion enclosure that's a splash hit! Spring and early autumn are ideal times to visit, avoiding the crowds and catching the animals when they're most active. To maximise your day, check the feeding times online and plan your route around them.

Phone number: 01206 331292 | Web: www.colchester-zoo.com


Southwold Pier

  • Opening Times: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Prices: Free entry, attractions vary
  • Postcode: IP18 6BN
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Pier parking and town car parks

Southwold Pier is a charming seaside experience with quirky shops and traditional arcade games. It's a hit with couples and families looking for a nostalgic day by the sea. The Under the Pier Show features bizarre hand-built machines that are a proper giggle. Visit on a sunny day for the best experience and don't miss the fresh seafood – the fish and chips here are top-notch. Grab an ice cream and enjoy the beachside vibes.

Phone number: 01502 722105 | Web: www.southwoldpier.co.uk


Thetford Forest

  • Opening Times: 24 hours for the forest, visitor centre times vary
  • Prices: Free entry, parking fees apply
  • Postcode: IP27 0AF
  • Est. time required: 2-5 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

Thetford Forest is a breath of fresh air for hikers, bikers, and nature lovers. It's a sprawling woodland with trails for all abilities. The Go Ape treetop adventure is a must for thrill-seekers. Visit in the early morning to enjoy the forest at its quietest. Remember to bring your bike or walking boots to explore the miles of trails. Check out the High Lodge Visitor Centre for trail maps and local info.

Phone number: 0300 067 4400 | Web: www.forestryengland.uk/high-lodge


The Broads National Park

  • Opening Times: Always open
  • Prices: Free entry, boat hire and activities vary
  • Postcode: NR1 1RY (for the visitor centre)
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: Various locations around the Broads

The Broads National Park is a network of navigable waterways and lakes that's perfect for boating enthusiasts and nature lovers. Renting a day boat is a fantastic way to explore. For a unique experience, try paddleboarding through the tranquil waterways. Early summer mornings are magical, with mist rising off the water and wildlife stirring. Pack a picnic and find a secluded spot for lunch.

Phone number: 01603 610734 | Web: www.visitthebroads.co.uk


Framlingham Castle

  • Opening Times: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (seasonal variations)
  • Prices: Adults £11.30, Children £6.80
  • Postcode: IP13 9BP
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Town car parks nearby

Framlingham Castle is a slice of medieval history that's great for families and anyone interested in England's past. The castle walls provide stunning views of the surrounding countryside. They've recently introduced an interactive exhibition that brings the castle's story to life. Avoid weekends if you can – it's quieter during the week. Don't forget to download the audio guide from the English Heritage app before you go.

Phone number: 01728 724189 | Web: www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/framlingham-castle


Banham Zoo

  • Opening Times: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: Adults £21.95, Children £18.95
  • Postcode: NR16 2HE
  • Est. time required: 3-5 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

Banham Zoo is a family-friendly attraction with over 2,000 animals from around the world. It's a hit with kids and anyone keen on animal encounters. They've got some amazing immersive experiences, like feeding the giraffes. To beat the queues, get there early and head to the popular exhibits first. If you're planning to visit more than once, consider a season ticket – it's great value.

Phone number: 01953 887771 | Web: www.banhamzoo.co.uk


When you're planning your East Anglia adventure, don't forget to consider staying in one of the many cosy lodges in East Anglia. They offer a unique and intimate base from which to explore these attractions and more. Whether you're after a romantic getaway or a family holiday, these lodges provide the perfect retreat after a day of exploring.

FAQs

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

Expect a cosy retreat with all the comforts of home, often surrounded by nature. Lodges in East Anglia provide a perfect blend of rustic charm and modern amenities. Many have decking areas, hot tubs, and are situated within easy reach of local attractions. It's all about unwinding and enjoying the serene landscapes.

What should I pack when visiting East Anglia?

Pack for comfort and the unpredictable British weather! Bring layers, waterproofs for those rainy days, and comfy footwear for exploring. Don't forget swimwear for hot tubs and beach visits. Essentials like toiletries, some basic cooking ingredients, and a good book or two for relaxing evenings are also recommended.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in East Anglia offer parking, often right next to your accommodation. It's super convenient for unloading your gear. If you're staying at a larger park, like Center Parcs Elveden Forest, you might park centrally and walk or cycle to your lodge, keeping the area peaceful and car-free.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain can't spoil the fun! Many lodges come with board games, books, and cosy fireplaces. Nearby, you'll find indoor attractions like the Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery or the Sea Life Centre in Great Yarmouth. Plus, there's something quite special about chilling in a hot tub while it's drizzling!

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely, many lodges have teamed up with local eateries to offer delivery services. You can also use apps like Just Eat or Deliveroo, depending on your location. For a local touch, try ordering from farm shops or markets that deliver fresh, regional produce straight to your door.

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

Definitely! East Anglia is charming year-round, with fewer crowds in the off-season. You'll find cosy pubs with roaring fires, stunning winter walks, and wildlife spectacles like seal pupping at Blakeney Point. Plus, off-season rates for lodges can be a real bargain.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, hot tub hygiene is taken seriously. Your hot tub will be cleaned, water quality checked, and the tub pre-heated ready for your arrival. Some places, like Waveney River Centre, might offer a 'hot tub service' to maintain cleanliness throughout your stay.

Are lodges in East Anglia pet-friendly?

Many are! Places like Kelling Heath and Woodlakes Park welcome furry friends, so they can join in on the adventure. Just check the lodge's pet policy before booking, as some might charge a small extra fee for pets.

What local activities can we do near our lodge?

East Anglia is brimming with activities. From boating in the Norfolk Broads to exploring historic sites like Framlingham Castle. For a unique experience, try crabbing at Walberswick or hit the trails at Thetford Forest for some mountain biking.

How accessible are lodges for those with mobility issues?

Many lodges, such as those at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, are designed with accessibility in mind, featuring ramps, wide doorways, and walk-in showers. Always check with the provider before booking to ensure the lodge meets your specific needs.

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