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Luxury Log Cabins in the East of England with Private Hot Tubs

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The East of England not only has one of the richest histories in the UK it is also heaven for nature lovers and birdwatchers. The fens and salt-marshes cover thousands of hectares and are home to some of the rarest birds in the country.

Along with the peace and tranquillity of the marshes East Anglia also boasts some fantastic beaches, more cathedrals than anywhere in the country and some excellent shopping and nightlife in its cities.

Combined with some excellent family attractions, stunning gardens and plenty of outdoor activities it's easy to see why lodges with hot tubs in the East of England are hugely popular.

Hot Tub Breaks in the East of England

Relax and Enjoy

Renting log cabins with hot tubs in the East of England has never been easier with low deposits and some fantastic deals and with so much to do and see in this region, you’ll be glad you did!

Comprising of 4 counties, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk the region boasts some stunning countryside, including Constable country, the unique Norfolk Broads, Thetford Forest and an abundance of picturesque villages and market towns

With 500 miles of coastline, there are plenty of long stretches of golden sands to explore sand and it is renowned for having the best birdwatching in the UK.

Visitors can experience a rich history, festivals, the arts and culture along with tons of family-friendly attractions

Eastern England is a great option if you want a break away from the hustle and bustle of city-life.

About Eastern England

Amazing stately homes, fascinating museums a rich maritime heritage and the largest collection of cathedrals in the UK can all be found in this low-lying area bordered to the North and East by the North Sea.

The region features heavily in art and literature and has a rich heritage. Vikings raided the area many times and during the 9th century it was, in fact, a Viking Kingdom ruled by Alfred the Great.

Booking hot tub holidays in Eastern England will not only provide you with the ideal base to explore and discover why so many visitors return here year after year, but also give you some time away from the pressures of modern day life and what could be more relaxing than spending time in the warm water of your own private Jacuzzi.

Activities and Must-see Sights in the East of England

There is a huge range of activities and fascinating sights to see in Eastern England, rent a boat and enjoy a day on the famous broads or spend the day at the seaside building castles in the sand at Great Yarmouth.

Enjoy some tasty home-cooked food at a traditional country pub, or explore the landscape made famous by John Constable, Our dog-friendly holiday accommodation even means you can take the family pooch on your travels.

We have put together a list of 5 attractions not to be missed.

1. Holkham Hall

1. Holkham Hall

Holkham Hall is a 25,000-acre estate on the North Norfolk coast. The 18th-century house was built by the first Earl of Leicester and is surrounded by tranquil gardens and rolling parkland.

Discover the magnificent state rooms with superb collections of furniture, sculptures, and artworks by the likes of Reubens and Gainsborough

Step back in time, with the “What the butler saw” exhibition and learn about the life and stories of the staff who have lived and worked here over the centuries

Outside there are some lovely gardens and a large deer park, visitors can explore nature trails, there is even boat hire on Holkham lake. Youngsters can have fun in the woodland adventure play area with its high-level walkway, tree house, and exhilarating zip wire.

2. Banham Zoo

2. Banham Zoo

Home to over 2000 animals from around the globe plus one of the best bird of prey centres in the country Banham Zoo should be on every visitor’s must-visit list.

This award-winning attraction is passionate about conservation and is involved in a number of projects helping to save endangered species. The zoo also offers some amazing animal experiences.

Watch the impressive big cats prowling around including Amur tigers, snow leopards, and cheetahs or head down to the farm barn to pet pygmy goats the brave can even enter the Rat Room to see how many you can spot?

There are several daily displays including the Lemur encounter where you can get up close and personal with these fascinating creatures along with regular falconry displays which are said to be the most impressive in the UK.

3. UK Parachuting, Beccles

3. UK Parachuting, Beccles

Jumping out of an airplane at 13,000 ft and hurtling towards the ground at speeds of over 120 mph is not for everyone but if you are on a holiday in the East of England and want a breath-taking and exhilarating experience then look no further.

If you want extreme, then UK Parachuting is a must visit, you must be over 16 but there is no upper age limit and visitors can do a tandem skydive or even a solo freefall

The skilled staff at UK Parachuting will give you full instruction and guarantee your skydiving experience will be will be something to remember for the rest of your life and tell your grandchildren about

Open seven days a week throughout the year this skydiving centre has over 30 years of experience, is easily accessible and has an excellent safety record, so if you are an adrenaline junkie or want some adventure during your holiday why not give skydiving a go.

4. BeWILDerwood

4. BeWILDerwood

It can sometimes be difficult to keep the little ones amused on holiday, but this will not be an issue if you spend the day at this award-winning attraction based near Hoveton in Norfolk

Based on a series of books by local author Tom Blofeld BeWILDerwood offers a truly magical day out for kids and adults alike.

With special events every day including face-painting, puppet shows, craft-making and fancy dress to name a few, there are tons of fun activities to get involved in.

Excellent value for money kids will love clambering around on the rope bridges, slides, and tree-high mazes and the enchanted woodland setting makes a nice change from the queues and screaming children sometimes found in other attractions.

5. Sutton Hoo

5. Sutton Hoo

There was an extremely important discovery of treasure in East Anglia 70 years ago when an ancient Anglo-Saxon king’s ship burial was discovered along with a haul of his possessions.

Although most of these are now on display at the British Museum, there is still an interesting exhibition on display at Sutton Hoo and this archeological site is well worth a visit.

Take a guided tour of the ancient burial mounds and learn about the lives of the Anglo-Saxons in the modern Exhibition Hall, which includes a reconstruction of the original burial chamber, a few of the original treasures, which were found there and some hand-crafted replica items.

Let the kids dress up in period costume, they can even make their own treasure, before having fun at the adventure playground. There’s a café and shop on site and Sutton Hoo is even dog-friendly ideal for those staying in a pet-friendly holiday lodge.


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