People have been holidaying in this beautiful part of Eastern England since the Victorian times. But what makes it such a popular destination? This guide will cover everything you need to know about booking lodges with hot tubs in Norfolk and how to get the most our of your break.
Norfolk Broads: Lodges with hot tubs ideas
The proximity to the coast means this county contains some beautiful beaches like Great Yarmouth, Cromer and Holkham. Norfolk is also home to national parks and many family-friendly attractions offering the visitors plenty to see and do during their lodge break.
Norfolk is an easily accessible location for all those wanting to escape the hustle bustle of the city. There are also lodges that are dog-friendly, so your 4-legged friend needn’t miss out.
The numerous walking and cycling trials in the county give you an opportunity to explore the amazing countryside with the national parks and the various tourist attractions like the Sandringham Estate – Her majesty the Queen’s favourite escape.
Norfolk Hot Tub Lodges
Norfolk Woods resort and Spa is set just off the A47 and is a bustling resort located a 20-minute drive from the scenic and historic town of King’s Lynn. With a wide variety of amenities like a spa, indoor heated pool, play area for children and bistro and bar on site, these lodges are perfect for a memorable holiday in Norfolk. They’re ideal for couples or family breaks.
What’s the best choice for couples and groups?
The park also has numerous accommodation suitable for all family sizes and budgets. The lodges sleep up to 8 guests and are ideal for smaller groups, couples or family getaways. These cabins are offer a perfect unity of luxury and comfort. Relax and unwind in your own private hot tubs, making your coastal break even more relaxing.
Love Golfing & Saunas? Try this lodge
For beautiful countryside views right from your doorstep, Fairway Lakes Lodges is an excellent self-catering holiday. Visitors can access the Caldecott golf course, sauna and fitness rooms. The lodges sleep 2-8 people and are ideal for couples and families.
Most of the lodges have private decks with built-in jacuzzi, offering beautiful vistas of the green rolling Norfolk countryside.
Top 9 attractions you have to see on your Norfolk hot tub break
Sightseeing ideas for couples and families
There is a metric ton of brilliant days out during your holiday in Norfolk – you will be spoilt for choice. If you’re ready to venture out from your hot tub for some sight-seeing, here’s some of the best things we’ve found that you might like.
- Norwich Castle – This is a brilliant day out for your couples and families. There’s regular special events, exhibitions, workshops for children and lots to enjoy in the art gallery and museum.
- The Broads National Park – Easily one of the UK’s most gorgeous settings. But it’s not just easy on the eye. There’s a host of entertaining activities to take part in here including boating, crafts, water activities and a lot more. Wildlife lovers will also be in their element here. Whether you’re on a weekend break, or a longer stay, don’t miss this one.
- Norwich Cathedral is also well worth a visit. It’s towering spires and well-maintained grounds make for some great photo opps. And there’s even an ancient stone maze for children to play in.
- Horsey Windpump – This iconic windmill is a famous landmark in the Norfolk broads and there’s a relaxing day out in it’s grounds, enjoying wildlife and striking vistas. Take in those beautiful views of the coast and collection of rare local wildlife, birds and insects.
- Tolhouse Museum – Although it closes for the winter, History buffs will enjoy this museum which will entertain the children with wonderful historical stories the region has to offer.
- For those who enjoy a little adventure, the day can also be spent indulging in one of the various activities like- Skiing at Norfolk Ski club, or ice skating at Ice Experience.
- Whitlingham Outdoor Adventure Centre – When you need something more energetic than relaxing in your hot tub, a visit to this adventure park is a good stop off for the day. As well as water activities, you can walk, jog, cycle, camp, picnic or simply get away from it all and bird-watch.
- We definitely recommend a visit to the beautiful sandy beaches of Southwold and Great Yarmouth.
- The Sandringham Estate – Rub shoulders with royalty in this fantastic historic building that’s been the retreat of the Queen herself. The grounds and the house are both stunning – as are the goodies in the coffee shop.
Whatever your mood, Norfolk is a beautiful county for a relaxing rural getaway.