• Snape Maltings
  • Dedham Vale
  • Ness Point
  • Framlingham Castle
  • Country Parks
  • Museums
  • Lincolnshire Wolds
  • Hartsholme Country Park and Snipe Dales
  • Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
  • Gooderstone Water Gardens
  • Castle Acre Priory
  • Heritage Railways
  • Snape Maltings
  • Dedham Vale
  • Ness Point
  • Framlingham Castle
  • Pleasure Island
  • Lincoln Arboretum
  • Lincolnshire Wolds
  • Hartsholme Country Park and Snipe Dales

Enjoy Hot Tub Holidays in the East of England

Engage your imagination, just a little bit, and get this mental picture. You are soaking in a hot tub with your partner, in the background, deep in your lodge’s living room, your favourite tunes are playing and you are just about to finish the first glass of your most cherished wine. Nearby, your children and your dog are trying to out do each other in getting your attention. That’s the story of most  visitors that get to stay in a hot tub lodge in the East of England.

Now this side of the UK is not your everyday break destination. It comes complete with a rural set up. The wild sounds, low-lying hills, flourishing meadows and heather – they blend to bring a holiday package you cannot refuse. If your idea of romance is counting the stars from the comfort of a hot tub, then you have just found the destination that will make this a reality, and the lodges are affordable. No holes in your pocket. No scratching the head after an awesome holiday wondering where next month’s rent will come from. That’s East of England for you!

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in the East of England

The East of England offers you more attractions than you could fully explore in a lifetime. Its points of interest range from medieval castles and modern entertainment halls to theme parks and natural attractions. Rest assured that there will never be any dull moments here. Take a look at our top 10 places to visit.

The Broads 

Peat workings, is now one of the most prominent attractions to the East of England – The Broads. The Broads are a network of rivers and lakes that occur as a result of flooding. And there are tens of them in the East of England!

Sutton Hoo 

If you do not get goose bumps at the back of your neck after watching an especially hairy movie, then these 6th and 7th century cemeteries are a nice place to start your tour of the East of England.

Felbrigg Hall 

Since the 17th century, this house has never been altered. It features the Jacobean architectural style. You will also be wowed by its Georgian interior. Love old houses? You will get inspired here.


The Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach 

If you are travelling with your kids, then this is a mustn’t miss destination. Let them enjoy the beach and the many leisure activities.

Castle Acre Priory 

This castle is nestled in the idyllic village of Castle Acre. Historians reckon that it was founded by William de Warenne in 1089.

Framlingham Castle 

This is one of the few remaining examples of Norman architecture. It is located in the market town of Framlingham. After exploring in the castle, make sure you get a tasty bite from the local eateries.

east of england activitiesPleasurewood Hills 

Sitting on a 59 Acre property in Suffolk, the Pleasurewood Hills is your ultimate theme park. It features many attractions.

Adventure Island 

This is another theme park with 32 rides and a host of gift shops and food outlets.

Africa Alive 

Imagine finding the African wild in the heart of Suffolk. This zoo will introduce to some of the African wild animals that you only see on the TV.

Theatre Royal 

This theatre in Bury St. Edmunds completes our top 10 attractions in the East of England. Opened in 1819, the theatre is one of the Grade I listed properties in this region.

If the East of England never beeped on your holiday-making radar, then it is time you put it at the top of your bucket list. There is just too much to do and see here. What’s more, you will not break the bank enjoying it. The destination is perfect for both those on budget travel and those looking for luxury retreats. The hot tub lodges cater for couples out on a romantic break, families looking to create fond memories, friends out on a long holiday and corporates looking for team building experiences. For more UK Lodges with a private hot tub its here.