• Ely Cathedral
  • Visit the Zoo
  • Imperial War Museum, Duxford
  • King’s College Chapel
  • Adventure Island
  • Colchester Zoo
  • Southend Pier
  • RHS Garden Hyde Hall
  • Cromer Pier
  • Bewilderwood
  • Banham Zoo
  • The Broads of Norfolk
  • Sutton Hoo
  • Southwold Pier
  • Explore Constable Country
  • Framlingham Castle

Relax in Your Own East Anglia Cottage with a Hot Tub

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East Anglia is a region located in the East of England and includes the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. The many hot tub cottages available in the region offer an unrivalled holiday experience.

If you are planning a weekend break…or even a long holiday, we definitely recommend this beautiful part of the UK. Perfect for nature-lovers, anglers and the more adventurous wanting to try something new, the region is home to many attractions and some of the best scenery in the UK.

Our recommended cottages with hot tubs provide everything you need for a relaxing break with all mod cons and the added bonus of your own jacuzzi. Gaze at the clear night sky, while enjoying a glass of bubbly in peaceful, tranquil surroundings-Heaven!

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The fact you can soak in a hot tub after a long day exploring makes any holiday even more enjoyable, so what are you waiting for?

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in East Anglia

While it might be tempting, we doubt you are planning to stay in your cottage and soak in a hot tub throughout your stay in East Anglia? if you do, you will be missing out on the many things to do and sights to see in the area including:

1. Great Yarmouth Sealife Centre

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Great Yarmouth SeaLife Centre

Over 5,000 sea creatures are on display at this centre situated on the seafront at Great Yarmouth. View the strange and wonderful creatures of the deep at the Tropical ocean display with its city of Atlantis theme and aquarium zones. Learn about the conservation and research Sea-Life are involved in or really splash out on a premium experience feeding the sharks or turtles.

2. Bewilderwood

Spread over 50 acres, this enormous adventure park is set in the heart of Norfolk countryside. Perfect for kids there is this is not your normal playground. Zip wires, rope bridges, climbing and treetop mazes keep even the liveliest of youngsters happy and there is also storytelling, face-painting and crafts for the little ones, even though it is aimed at children the magical woodland setting makes it a peaceful alternative to many kid's attractions.

3. The Norfolk Broads

Synonymous with Norfolk the Broads is a national park which includes the city of Norwich, marshlands, and a series of man-made canals covering 125 miles, with more water than Venice, set in beautiful countryside peppered with quaint country pubs and idyllic villages. By far the best way to explore this area, is by boat and there are numerous ones to hire or organised boat trips within the region, for a fantastic day out.

4. Sutton Hoo

70 years ago, there was an important discovery of treasure in the area when a ship-burial of an ancient Anglo-Saxon king was uncovered along with all his treasured possessions. Although these have all been dispatched to the British Museum, there is still a fascinating exhibition at Sutton Hoo. The 245-acre estate is on site of 6th and 7th century cemeteries and you can take a guided tour of the ancient burial mounds. The kids can dress up in period costume, make their own treasure or run wild in the adventure playground ensuring a fun-filled day for all the family.

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5. Southend-on-Sea

Nothing says British holiday like a trip to the seaside and staying in a cottage with hot tub in East Anglia gives you access to a variety of seaside resorts but one of the best is definitely, Southend. Situated in Essex on the south coast, it has some of the best weather in the UK. Take a stroll along Southend Pier the longest in the world, it even has a train to the end, with magnificent views whatever the time of year. If the weather allows spend some time topping up your tan on the golden sands. Visit the many museums and art galleries, play many golf or enjoy the thrilling rides at Adventure Island fun park. Whatever you enjoy, Southend offers plenty to see and do for both young and old.

6. The Raptor Foundation

Located in Cambridgeshire the Raptor Foundation is home to more than 200 birds of prey, including owls, hawks and buzzards. As well as getting up close to the birds there are numerous flying displays throughout the day and the opportunity to have an owl land on your arm during a flight. The sanctuary is involved is research, rehabilitation and conservation of these beautiful birds so you can be sure your entrance fee is going to a good cause whilst also giving you and your family a great day out.

7. Castle Acre Priory

Castle Acre Priory Image

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Situated in some of the most idyllic countryside in East Anglia, Castle Acre Priory is one of the best monastic ruins in England with an almost complete west front and priors lodge. The Priory was founded in 1089 and like most priories was dissolved under the reign of Henry Vlll. It is now owned by the Earl of Leicester. Take your camera as the priory is located on the banks of the River Nar with some fantastic photographic opportunities. Take a walk into the pretty village and have a cup of tea, visit the castle while you're there or have a tipple in the local pub before returning to your cottage with hot tub too have a soak.

8. Wimpole Estate

Wimpole estate is an enormous estate that offers a fun day out for all the family if you are renting a cottage with hot tub nearby, part of the Run England project there are routes for runners and joggers around the park. The less energetic can explore the biggest country house in Cambridgeshire or take in the landscaped gardens including the 18th century pleasure grounds and walled garden. Discover rare breeds of animals at the working farm including Shire horses and miniature Shetland ponies. With over 50 attractions you won't be disappointed in Wimpole Estate.

9. Banham Zoo

Over 2000 animals are on display at this 50-acre award-winning zoo. Along with Snow Leopards, Penguins and Lemurs to name a few, expect to see the largest collection of small primates in Europe along with one of the best birds of prey displays in the UK, where Bald Eagles and Owls swoop and soar. With daily activities and displays it is no wonder Banham Zoo is consistently voted one of Norfolk's top attractions.

10. Norwich Cathedral

One of England's finest cathedrals this excellent example of Romanesque architecture is well worth a visit. Discover over 900 years of history exploring this jaw-dropping building or take a moment to meditate in the Japanese or Herb garden. Wander down the vaulted walkways of the largest cloisters in the country and learn about the pair of peregrine falcons that have made the Cathedral their home. When you have finished the tour, step outside into one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the UK with excellent shopping and nightlife.

East Anglia is a tourist-friendly destination and with all these attractions, you are guaranteed to have fun…we promise!

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