This wonderful two bedroom lodge is perfectly located on the tranquil, 150 acre Haveringland Hall Lodge park.
Guests can enjoy walking in the beautiful woodlands and all the wildlife it attracts, fishing on the estate lakes and the relaxing, quiet feel this site has to offer visitors.
The lodge has been completed to a high standard offering bright spacious accommodation, with two bedrooms and an open-plan living area with French doors opening to the decking and lake views, ideal for relaxing and recharging.
The living room is home to an array of seating options and a lovely woodburning stove.
The kitchen has been fitted with modern wooden cabinets and black worktops, giving this property a woodland feel.
There is a large family bathroom with a bath and shower over, perfect for quick showers or a long and relaxing soak.
Close to the market town of Reepham, where you can enjoy a range of shops and cafes, guests can enjoy a range of wonderful places to visit nearby.
A little further afield offers guests a chance to explore the wonderful coastline of Norfolk, the numerous nature reserves, quaint villages and many stately homes scattered throughout the county as well as the vibrant city of Norwich.
Make sure you have a day on the broads, you can hire a day boat and explore the delights of this stunning network of waterways by boat.
This holiday lodge is ideal for friends and families and offers a perfect base for exploring this wonderful county.
About the location
Norwich 13 miles; Great Yarmouth 33 miles
A pleasant village set just outside of Norwich in East Anglia. Cawston is small in size yet offers a lot, a historical village offering some fascinating buildings from the Grade I listed Church of St. Agnes to the National Trust owned Duel Stone which boasts an incredible story. As well as history, Cawston offers some beautiful buildings, scenery, pubs and cafes to make it a real charming, homely village. Norwich is around 13 miles away, a bustling city offering more stunning architecture. The popular seaside resort of Great Yarmouth is also within driving distance and is most certainly worth the visit if you fancy a trip to the coast.