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Lodge Breaks in Norfolk

Like the idea of an outdoors break with fantastic fenland views or wide open beaches for bracing coastal walks – with a few modern conveniences and a bit of luxury thrown in for good measure? If you’d like to wake up to the sound of waves crashing on shingle, or boats chugging down waterways, you should be thinking about lodge breaks in Norfolk.

With lodges ranging from cosy shepherds’ huts to sleek restored barns, Pitchup has plenty of options to suit your particular needs. Read on to find out more about lodge holidays in Norfolk.

Where you should stay in Norfolk

  • Keen to get out in the bracing coastal air? By booking a Norfolk lodge near the beach, you can catch a spectacular sunrise in Lowestoft, take surfing lessons at Trimingham and run around on the dunes in Mundesley, then come back to a comfy base for a good night’s sleep in a proper bed. 

  • If kids come as part of your holiday package, Norfolk pods are a clever choice – and there is so much to keep them occupied across the county, including zipwires and mazes at BeWILDerwood Norfolk or the rollercoasters at Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach. And that’s before you even think about the beaches. 

  • With wide-open, sandy beaches like Waxham close by for exercise, and looped walks in secluded woodland at West Runton, Norfolk surely comes close to doggie paradise. If you’re keen to bring your canine chums along on a lodge break, simply make sure that you’ve picked dog-friendly accommodation.

  • Happy to leave everybody back at home and have a cosy couple’s break? Our filters will help you to book a Norfolk adults-only lodge or log cabin – you’ll soon be enjoying romantic walks in Thetford Forest Park or gazing out to sea from Cromer Pier.

  • Holidaying in a lodge offers you plenty of shelter from chilly weather, so how about a few days in Norfolk out of season? Many lodges stay open all year, so you can prepare for cosy winter suppers in coastal pubs at Hunstanton or check out the spring bluebell displays at Walsingham Abbey.

What you can do in Norfolk

  • You’ll find plenty going on in the natural world in Norfolk, whenever you visit. Take winter boat cruises to Blakeney Point to spot grey seal pups, or in spring and summer you can feed deer and orphan lambs on Snettisham Park wildlife safaris.

  • Get out onto the famous Norfolk Broads – there are several ways to explore the waterways, from guided day cruises or paddleboarding to motorboat hire. Base yourself near Caister-on-Sea for all manner of waterbound adventures. 

  • Norfolk is home to some rather impressive stately homes like Blickling Hall, birthplace of Anne Boleyn, and beachside Holkham Hall, with Sandringham at the top of the list – it’s open for museum tours whenever the Queen is not in residence. 

  • How about a history tour of fabulous Norwich? Start with a walk along medieval walls, visit the Romanesque cathedral and have a potter around the indie shops in the pedestrianised Norwich Lanes.

Here’s how

Pitchup makes it easy to find and book lodge breaks in Norfolk. Every one of the lodges, huts and pods listed here has unique features and facilities, so it’s up to you to narrow down your choices. Make individual searches by using the filters on the left of this page to find a base that suits. Whether you’re keen to spend the evening by the campfire or fancy a bit of fishing, select all the filters you like and you’ll soon find an option that has everything you’re looking for.

Open to staying in lodges elsewhere in East Anglia? You can also search nationwide across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and start planning your next lodge holiday.