• A fitness centre
    • A beauty, hair and health salon
    • Wi-Fi access at the restaurant
    • Indoor heated pool
    • Children’s play area
    • Game room
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Free view flat screen TV and DVD player

     

    • Welcoming pack
    • Hot tubs (towels provided)
    • Central heating
    • Freeview flat screen TV/DVD/Wi-Fi
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Traditional English menus
    • Self-catering
    • Function facilities

Relax in Your Own Suffolk Hot Tub Lodges

When you think about it, Suffolk looks like an agricultural county. What with low-lying marshland and North Sea to the East, nobody would ever think of a hot tub break here. But we do. In our quest to give our customers the best holiday experience; we realised that Suffolk has a host of hot tub lodges that will beat a high-end hotel hands down in holiday experiences.

And yes. Some of the lodges feature outdoor hot tubs. Imagine counting the constellations spread across the sky from the comfort of your hot tub. That’s an experience you will hardly get in a city hotel. But it’s an everyday occurrence in Suffolk. The rolling countryside is pleasant to the eye. Add to this idyllic towns and villages such as Bury St. Edmunds, New Market, Lowestoft and Felixstowe and you have yourself a holiday experience that will earn you bragging rights among your friends.

Suffolk lies in the East Anglian Region of the UK and is bordered by Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex and the North Sea. Its coast and heaths have been labelled an ‘Area of Outstanding Beauty’. Apart from hot tub lodges, Suffolk has so much more to offer.

You will get to enjoy motor racing, horse racing, football matches, and cricket games among other outdoor holiday activities. In addition, there are a number of popular culture events that you will find interesting including Aldeburgh Festival (classical music), Lee Stock Music Festival, Folk East Festival and many more.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Suffolk

 

A soak in a hot tub and a walk in the open countryside are great for a holiday destination, but these two cannot complete the picture of an awesome holiday destination. You need to know where you will go to dine, nearby points of interest, local popular culture, natural attractions and many more. The lodges in Suffolk offer you more than your fair share of things to do and places to visit. Below are a couple of these places.

Bridge Cottage 

Located in a typical rural Suffolk setting in Dedham Vale, the Bridge Cottage will take you down the memory lane. It is a 16th century thatched cottage that also boasts being a Grade II listed building and part of the National Trust Property.

Dedham Vale 

This is a designated Area of Outstanding Beauty. It is nestled along the Essex-Suffolk border. If you are a photography buff, then the landscapes surrounding the Stour River will give you more than enough visuals to capture.

Snape Maltings 

Nestled along the banks of River Alde at Snape, Snape Maltings is an arts centre that will allow you to get insights into Suffolk’s popular culture. It is particularly loved for its concert hall, where the Aldeburgh Festival is held. Within the complex lie restaurants, shops and galleries.

Clare Castle 

This is a medieval castle that was built by Richard Fitzgilbert, shortly after England was conquered by the Normans. It is a Grade II listed building. Among its previous owners include William the Conqueror and Elizabeth de Clare. There is rich history to be learnt here.

 

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Ness Point 

How would you to brag that you have been to UK’s most Easterly Point? Well, visit Ness Point in Lowestoft. It also happens to host the Orbis Energy Centre.

Framlingham Castle 

Perhaps the most anecdotal thing about this castle is that it was used by the British Army as defence against the German invasion during the WWII. How would you love to learn the history of the Valliant heroes and how they helped keep UK from the Nazi invasion? Visit the castle.

Stour Estuary 

Welcome to a piece of nature reserve that can easily be mistaken for a reincarnation of the Garden of Eden. Among the attractions you will get to enjoy here include; 130 acres of mature woodland with oaks and chestnut trees. It is also home to a diverse number of wildlife species including; birds, mammals and butterflies.

Other places that you should consider visiting during your stay in Suffolk include; Museum of East Anglian Life, Leiston Abbey, Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, Ickworth House, Sutton Hoo, Orford Ness, Mid-Suffolk Light Railway and many more.

This is your take home! You can experience all by staying in an affordable hot tub lodge. See more of our lodges’ listings above here

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