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Benson Waterfront is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, boasting a magnificent location on the banks of the River Thames.
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Discover a haven of fun and relaxation at Camber Sands Holiday Park, beautifully located in the charming county of Sussex.
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Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat is part of our Wanderwood Collection and tucked away in the rolling hills above historic Canterbury.
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Chestnut Meadow is situated just two miles from the beach at Bexhill-on-Sea and within easy reach of the historic sites of 1066 Country, so called after the 11th-century Battle of Hastings and the introduction of Norman rule into the land.
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Located just outside the historic town of Chichester, West Sussex, this holiday park probably has more water than land! This means 10 large fishing lakes set in over 150 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside, yet positioned only a few miles from the beach, and the traditional seaside resort of Bognor Regis.
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Crowhurst Park Lodges is an exclusive award winning development of pine lodges has been tastefully landscaped in the magnificent grounds of Crowhurst Park, a 17th Century country estate.
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Set in 26 acres of secluded Surrey woodland, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), Edgeley has an atmosphere of tranquillity and is a place to relax and enjoy your surroundings.
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Faringdon Grange is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection, nestled into picturesque Oxfordshire countryside.
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This small 9 acre park is ideally positioned to explore the delights of the New Forest and with close proximity to the A31 offers great access to the popular resorts of Poole and Bournemouth.
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Close to Ramsgate and only a short drive from Kent’s golden sandy beaches, this superbly located and beautifully landscaped Mediterranean style park boasts a gorgeous water garden, bird aviary, children’s adventure land, football pitch, outdoor swimming pools for both adults and toddlers including a waterfall pool and a sumptuous clubhouse with poolside Tiki bar and great all round family facilities.
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Golden Cross Park is ideally located should you want a romantic hideaway or a base to use whilst you explore the many wonderful attractions East Sussex has to offer.
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Hoburne Park Cottages are a collection of luxury holiday homes adjacent to Hoburne Park Holiday Park in Christchurch, Dorset.
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Set in the idyllic High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and National Park of East Sussex, Juniper Country Park is located perfectly for you to experience everything the vibrant county has to offer.
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Landal Marwell Resort is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, enjoying a beautiful setting on the edge of the South Downs National Park.
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Located in the beauty of the Isle of Wight, welcome to Landguard Holiday Park—a destination where adventure awaits, offering an array of amenities for a delightful getaway.
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South East England Visitor's Guide

South East England is your go-to for an eclectic mix of coastline charm, lush countryside, and vibrant cities. This region boasts the iconic White Cliffs of Dover, the historic city of Canterbury, and the maritime legacy of Portsmouth. Whether you're planning a cosy retreat with your other half, a fun-packed family holiday, or a much-needed catch-up with mates, opting for a lodge or cabin stay hits the spot. Savour local seafood, embark on scenic hikes, or explore ancient castles. South East England has it all - from adrenaline-pumping activities to serene spots perfect for unwinding. Discover your next adventure here!

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in South East England?

South East England, a region brimming with coastal charm, rolling hills, and historic towns, offers a unique retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. For those eyeing a 2024 getaway, lodges here present an unbeatable blend of privacy, comfort, and connection to nature, setting them apart from conventional hotel stays. Unlike the confined spaces of hotels, lodges offer spacious accommodations often nestled within stunning natural landscapes, providing a serene and intimate base for exploring the area's riches.

The region is buzzing with anticipation for the Brighton Festival, an annual event that lights up the cultural landscape with music, theatre, and dance. This festival, alongside the debut of the Sussex Vineyard Wine Tasting Experience, promises an enriching blend of entertainment and local flavor. TripAdvisor scores reflect the area's appeal, with top attractions consistently rated above 4.5.

What sets South East England apart? It's the rare blend of ancient woodland, vineyard-dotted countryside, and maritime heritage. The introduction of eco-friendly lodges emphasizes a commitment to sustainability without compromising on luxury, making it a standout choice for discerning travellers.

If you're visiting South East England with kids

Absolutely, South East England is a playground for children! From the interactive exhibits at We The Curious in Bristol, BS1 5DB, to the outdoor adventures at Go Ape in Alice Holt, GU10 4LS, there's no shortage of kid-friendly activities. Lodges, with their home-from-home feel, offer families the flexibility and space that hotels simply can't match, making downtime as enjoyable as the adventures.

  1. Waterproof clothing and wellies – the British weather can be unpredictable.
  2. Sunscreen and hats – for those surprisingly sunny days.
  3. Reusable water bottles – to stay hydrated during your explorations.
  4. Binoculars – for wildlife spotting in the countryside.
  5. A good book or two – for relaxed evenings in your lodge.

Taking your Pet?

South East England rolls out the welcome mat for pets, making it an ideal destination for lodge breaks with your furry friends. Many lodges offer enclosed gardens, perfect for dogs to roam safely. For a bite to eat, The Black Dog in Tunbridge Wells, TN2 5PT, and The Ship Inn in East Sussex, BN25 1BH, are just a couple of the pet-friendly pubs that welcome pets with open arms.

When planning your visit, look for pet-friendly lodging options that offer direct access to walking paths and parks, ensuring your pet can enjoy the holiday as much as you do. Remember to pack essentials like a pet first-aid kit, their favourite toys, and enough food for the trip.

Dog walking ideas in South East England

RouteDistance (miles)SceneryPostcode
South Downs Way100National ParkPO18 0DX
Seven Sisters Country ParkVariesCoastal CliffsBN25 4AD
Ashdown ForestVariesWoodlandRH18 5JP
Rye Harbour Nature ReserveVariesWetlands & WildlifeTN31 7TU
Virginia Water Lake4.5Lake & WoodlandGU25 4QF

These dog-friendly walks offer a mix of terrains and sceneries, from the expansive views of the South Downs Way to the tranquil shores of Virginia Water Lake, ensuring a refreshing experience for both you and your pet. Remember to check the local guidelines for each area, as some might require dogs to be on a leash.

Popular Counties within South East England

Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire is a blend of scholarly prestige and rural charm, with its heart in the world-renowned University of Oxford. Couples and families alike can enjoy punting on the Thames or exploring the historic university buildings. The main tourist draws include the Bodleian Library (OX1 3BG) and the Ashmolean Museum (OX1 2PH). Foodies will love the local farmers' markets, offering everything from artisan cheeses to homemade jams. The lodges in this area often come with stunning countryside views, perfect for a serene getaway. Every year, the Oxford Literary Festival captivates book lovers from around the world.

Kent

Kent

Kent, known as the Garden of England, is famed for its lush landscapes and historic sites. Families will love Leeds Castle (ME17 1PL) for its beautiful grounds and mazes, while couples might enjoy a wine tour at one of Kent's vineyards. The main city, Canterbury, offers the majestic Canterbury Cathedral (CT1 2EH). Kent's food scene is vibrant, with an emphasis on fresh, local produce. Seafood is a particular highlight along the coast. Lodges in Kent often feature cosy, wood-clad interiors and are a stone's throw away from orchards and hop gardens. The Kent County Show is an annual event not to be missed, showcasing the best of local agriculture and crafts.

East Sussex

East Sussex

East Sussex offers a stunning coastline and vibrant cultural experiences. The iconic Brighton Pier (BN2 1TW) is a must-visit for families, offering arcade games and traditional seaside snacks. Couples might enjoy a quiet walk in the South Downs National Park. East Sussex is also home to the Lewes Bonfire, the largest Guy Fawkes Night celebration in the UK. Food in East Sussex combines traditional British fare with international influences, especially in the culinary hotspot of Brighton. Lodges here range from beachfront properties to secluded countryside retreats, offering something for every type of traveller.

Hampshire

Hampshire

Hampshire is rich in history and natural beauty, boasting two national parks: the New Forest and part of the South Downs. Paultons Park (SO51 6AL), home of Peppa Pig World, is perfect for families, while the historic city of Winchester offers romantic walks and dining opportunities. Hampshire's food scene is renowned for its quality local produce, including trout from chalk streams and Hampshire beef. Lodges in Hampshire often offer luxurious amenities, including hot tubs and woodland settings. The annual Winchester Bonfire and Fireworks event is a highlight, drawing visitors from across the region.

Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is a picturesque island known for its stunning beaches and sailing opportunities. Families can explore Blackgang Chine (PO38 2HN), the UK's oldest amusement park, or take part in the annual Isle of Wight Festival. Couples will enjoy the tranquil gardens and historic homes like Osborne House (PO32 6JX). The island's culinary scene highlights seafood and local produce, with a growing reputation for quality dining. Lodges on the Isle of Wight often boast sea views and easy access to walking trails, making it an ideal retreat for nature lovers.

Please note, due to the extensive nature of the list, this response covers a selection of the counties in South East England. Each section provides a snapshot of what each county has to offer, including main attractions, food, and lodging options, aiming to cater to a wide range of interests and preferences.

FAQs

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

Expect a cozy, private retreat surrounded by nature. Lodges in South East England offer the perfect blend of comfort and adventure. You'll find yourself waking up to serene views, with amenities like hot tubs and fire pits adding to the experience. It's all about unwinding and enjoying the great outdoors.

What should I pack when visiting South East England?

Layers are key! The weather can be unpredictable, so bring a mix of clothes for warm and chilly days. Don't forget your walking shoes for exploring the countryside. Also, pack swimwear for hot tubs and any on-site pools. And, of course, a camera to capture the stunning scenery.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in South East England offer parking spaces right outside or very close to your accommodation. It's super convenient for unloading your stuff upon arrival and makes day trips easier. Always check with your specific lodge beforehand, though, as arrangements can vary.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rainy days can be just as fun! Many lodges come equipped with board games, books, and cozy fireplaces. It's the perfect excuse to relax indoors. Plus, South East England has plenty of indoor attractions like the Royal Pavilion in Brighton or Bluewater Shopping Centre for a retail therapy session.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely! Many lodges are now partnering with local eateries to offer delivery services. Apps like Just Eat or Deliveroo often cover these areas too. For a more bespoke experience, check out local farm shops or markets for fresh produce to cook up in your lodge's kitchen.

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

Yes, it's a hidden gem during the off-season. You'll find fewer crowds and lower prices. The landscape transforms in autumn and winter, offering stunning views. Plus, many lodges offer cozy features like wood burners or hot tubs, making it a perfect year-round getaway.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Definitely. Lodges pride themselves on cleanliness and hospitality. Your hot tub will be sparkling clean and ready for you to jump in. They're usually checked and maintained daily, ensuring a safe and relaxing experience throughout your stay.

Are pets allowed in lodges?

Many lodges in South East England are pet-friendly, so your furry friends can join the adventure. It's always best to check the lodge's pet policy when booking. Some places even offer little extras for pets, like beds and treats!

What's there to do nearby?

You're spoilt for choice! From stunning hikes in the South Downs National Park to exploring historic sites like Hever Castle, there's something for everyone. Don't miss out on the coastal walks and beaches either. Plus, many lodges offer on-site activities like fishing, cycling, and swimming.

How accessible are the lodges?

Accessibility varies, but many lodges in South East England are working hard to accommodate everyone. You'll find options with ground-floor bedrooms, walk-in showers, and ramp access. Always discuss your needs when booking, as many places are happy to help make your stay comfortable.