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Lodges with hot tubs in East of England

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East of England Guide

The East of England has always been a popular choice for holidays largely due to the rural landscape and the unspoilt character of the region.  Centred around ancient East Anglia the local counties are colourful and varied. From Norfolk and Suffolk to historic Cambridgeshire there is something for everyone. 

Look out for local events throughout the year such as the Cromer New Year's Day Fireworks Display and the King's Lynn Fiction Festival in in Norfolk as well as the Brentwood Spring Craft and Gift Show in Essex.  The recent Best Tourism Events Award went to the Ipswich Arts Festival - celebrating the visual arts, performing arts, literature, film and music.

Lodges with hot tubs in this area offer a fantastic base to explore.  We love Herbage Country Lodges in Essex and Woodland Leisure Park in Norfolk both of which offer a stylish and tranquil setting for a lodge holiday. 

Why we love East of England

The East of England is a wonderful place for a holiday offering everything from gorgeous beaches and traditional seaside resorts to the peaceful broads and areas of national park. Norfolk is a popular choice and is one of England's greatest Norman counties with many historical places of interest. Lodge holidays in the East of England are ideal for families as the provide spacious and luxurious accommodation and offer easy access to the areas numerous attractions.

Dinosaur Adventure Park is one of our favourites. This fun packed park is a great alternative to a typical theme park and has attractions for all ages. The Secret Animal Garden, Deer Safari and Neanderthal Walk are great fun and there is also the Tiny 'Terror'saurs-under 5s play area where the little ones can run off some energy.  The new Giant Tortoises and Fossil Workshop are sure to impress too.

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Banham Zoo is a firm family favourite and was rated amongst UK's top three Zoos by WHICH? magazine. Set within 35 acres of beautiful parkland and gardens  this modern zoo offers innovative and exciting enclosures and is home to over 1000 animals including big cats, birds of prey, siamangs and shire horses.  A day trip here is educational as well as fun with animal feeding talks and displays to enjoy throughout the day. There is also an indoor soft play area, Tarzan Towers outdoor adventure play area and an Activities & Education Centre as well as several places to eat and drink.

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If you and your family are interested in nature and wildlife then Pensthorpe Nature Reserve & Gardens is the perfect place for a day out. This beautiful area of national parkland is home to a huge range of common and rare birds from sparrows to Red Crowned Cranes and also has a red squirrel enclosure - part of a conservation programme and now home to a family of adorable squirrels. Other activities to enjoy at Pensthorpe include pond dipping and Landrover discovery tours. Pensthorpe also played host to BBC'S Springwatch in 2010.
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No visit to this region is complete without spending a day at BeWILDerwood Treetops Adventure Park. This award winning park combines nature walks, tree tops courses, a daring zip wire and boat rides through marshes. Children can meet and learn about many species of wildlife while exploring the parks attractions.

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