Heathside Lodges offers luxury holiday lodges and log cabins for holiday rental. Heathside Lodges enjoy a stunning and secluded setting close to the Broads and picturesque Suffolk coast. Situated in 10 tranquil acres criss-crossed with beautiful nature trails, and exquisitely enhanced by luxurious log lodges, this welcoming retreat will charm the whole family.
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Enjoying a lovely secluded setting close to the Broads, Suffolk coast and quaint village pubs, these luxurious lodges offer a perfect base for exploring this wonderful area. A stunning, peaceful retreat with beautiful nature trails set within 10 tranquil acres.
Heathside Lodges are a chic fusion of space, style and every home comfort, including private hot tubs.
The lodges create a wonderful base for exploring the wealth of mapped local routes by bike or foot.
Family barbecues are a must, with meats available from an onsite shop stocked with local produce.
Just 5 minutes stroll away is a village pub serving food, while the coastal hotspots of Southwold, Aldeburgh and Walberswick unite a traditional seaside charm with sumptuous sophistication nearby.
Heathside Lodges offers a choice from a fantastic selection of stylish and luxurious one, two and three bedroom lodges.
Each lodge has its own private hot tub to relax in and soak away the stresses of everyday life.
Heathside Lodges are perfect for a relaxing, luxurious break for both couples and families.
The local area around Heathside Lodges & Suffolk
One of Englandís hidden gems, and with a great range of visitor attractions, Suffolk is the perfect choice for a break. Holidays lodges in Suffolk, set in carefully selected locations on the coast and inland, offer a wonderful way to enjoy fun-packed, high-energy activities or just to relax and explore.
Take a short break holiday in Suffolk and enjoy the contrasts of the countyís beautiful Heritage coastline. At Lowestoft youíll find a family friendly seaside resort boasting superb, award winning beaches as well as two piers for traditional seaside amusements, and the exciting rides of the Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park. Further down the coast, Southwold and Aldeburgh offer more tranquil charms, and boat trips to the nature reserves on Bawdsey island depart from the harbour at Old Felixstowe.
Accommodation & Prices
Private outdoor hot tub
Flat screen TV/DVD/CD with freeview
Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
Bath with overhead shower
Bed linen, duvets and towels
Beds made up for your arrival
Balcony with patio furniture
Babies must be included in party total
Cots and highchairs £10pw each
No all-male, all-female or mixed groups under 25
Weekly accommodation prices £375 - £945
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||Rating 5 / 5
|"We (family of 6) had the pleasure of staying at these lodges during the August bank holiday weekend. It was a first for us all - staying in a lodge and we were VERY impressed. The lodges had only been opened a month and we could tell! From the offset, we were greeted by Karen and allowed to check in a tad early. The lodge was to an exceptional standard and the hot tub, as mentioned in previous reviews was a bonus! Wenhaston is a small village but there is a pub down the road and although the area is quiet and peaceful, the location is perfect to travel further afield as we did visiting Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Beccles and Southwold are even nearer but unfortunatley we ran out of time.
The weather wasn't great but we had absolutely no problem being indoors - the kitchen is fully fitted with everything you will need! The bedrooms are spacious, one of which had an ensuite much to my parents delight. They even provide board games!
Karen and Jim (Owners) are wonderfully helpful - we couldn't have asked for anything more.I wouldn't think twice about stayin here again - a relaxing holiday at a luxurious lodge.
||Rating 5 / 5
|"We had a lovely stay in a 2 berth lodge at Heathside Lodges in December 2011. We were greeted by Jim, the owner, and also met his wife later; both were very welcoming and helpful. The lodge was beautiful and well equipped, the site had only opened in July 2011, so everything was immaculate and a Christmas tree had been installed in the lodge and decorated, which was an added bonus. Work is still being done on the site, ie planting shrubs etc around each lodge and finalising the work on the onsite shop. They had erected a large Christmas Tree at the entrance to the site which helped when returning to the site after dark. Even though the weather was cold, we used the hot tub every day and Jim had provided a supply of towels, slippers, bathrobes and assorted toiletries. As it was December and went dark about 4pm we did not walk to any of the pubs,however the Star Inn, Wenhaston is within easy walking distance and would be a lovely stroll in the summer and they serve very nice food; the landlord and landlady are very friendly and eager to please. The Queens Head, Blyford, is a short drive away, the food was very good. The Queens Head at Bramfield is also a short drive away but is definitely worth a visit as the food is excellent. The site is situated within a heath and there are plenty of walks and Jim is also developing a lake and small wildlife area. We visited Southwold, Beccles, Leiston, Halesworth, all in easy driving distance. We have no hesitation in recommending this site and hope to visit again next year."
||Rating 4 / 5
|"An extremely enjoyable stay in a high quality lodge. The fixtures and fittings were exceptionally good and the hot tub was one of the best we have ever used.
This development is in its early stages but the owners are clearly commited to making it an enjoyable place to stay for their guests. It is a fantastic base from which to explore Suffolk and Norfolk, being only 5 miles away from some lovely beaches at Southwold and Walberswick. We spent many happy hours on both beaches and the crabbing at Walberswick was great fun! For those people who enjoy shopping, there are many lovely places to go - Walberswick, Halesworth, Beccles, Lowestoft and Southwold all offer both high street stores as well as small craft and gift shops. Snape Maltings is also within a 25 mile drive from the lodge. The children thoroughly enjoyed their day at Pleasurewood Hills and the 3 for 2 voucher from the 'days out in Suffolk guide' saved us over ?15!! We would have loved to visit Africa Alive as we have heard excellent reviews, but unfortunately ran out of time for this. I could write many more positive remarks about Heathside Lodges and the surrounding area, but the fact that I feel sure we will return one day, hopefully proves what a lovely place this is and how much we enjoyed our holiday. We have been to 5 lodge developments now and this is certainly one of the best!!"
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