If you are looking to stay in one of our lodges then we have parks throughout the south of the UK. Enjoy fantastic facilities and amazing surroundings offering the very best a lodge holiday has to offer.
Berkshire is located in the south of England and offers a number of attractions for a range of visitors. The birthplace of the Duchess of Cambridge the county stretches from Windsor and Maidenhead across to Reading and Newbury. Part of the North Wessex Downs area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and contains the Ridgeway National Trail. To search a range of lodges in Berkshire check out our lodges in Berkshire
Cambridge is famous the world over for its university and regarded as one of the best universities in the world. However, there is plenty more on offer in this county for people of all ages and is a great place to stay and explore. Go punting on the river Cam, discover the famous university buildings or go to the races at Newmarket. If its a more active holiday you are looking for why not explore the Greensand Ridge Walk which is a 40 mile walk that stretches through Cambridgeshire. To discover where to stay take a look at some of our lodges in Cambridge.
Cornwall is located on the South West tip of England and offers rugged coastlines and wide sandy beaches. Known for its surfing lifestyle the county has a wide range of places to stay and attractions to enjoy. Whether its long walks and days out on the bike, or getting in the car to explore the many quaint villages, Cornwall has it all. One of the most popular destinations for British holiday goers, the county stretches from St Ives and Penzance all the way up to Bude on the north west coast. If you are looking to stay in Cornwall, there are many lodges in Cornwall to choose from.
Devon is also located in the South West of England and a popular destination for the people of the UK to spend their holidays. The county of Devon geographically covers towns on the south coast such as Salcombe and Torquay all the way up to Ilfracombe and Woolacombe on the west coast. There are many lodges and log cabins to stay at in Devon and this offers the perfect style of accommodation for families and couples alike. If you are looking to stay in Devon search some of lodges in Devon.
East Sussex is located on the south coast of England and stretches from the seaside towns of Eastbourne and Devon up to the outskirts of Royal Tunbridge Wells. Famous for the battle of Hastings in 1066 the county has plenty on offer for visitors. Cycle the South Downs Way or explore some of the many vineyards on a wine tour of the area. If you are looking to visit East Sussex you can search some of our lodges in East Sussex.
Essex is north east of London on the west coast and contains places such as Chelmsford, Colchester and Clacton on Sea. Visit the famous Chelmsford Cathedral, the Sea Life Centre at Southend on Sea or visit the many animals at Colchester Zoo. Whether you want an action packed day or simply a more relaxing stay to recharge your batteries, Essex is becoming more popular destination for visitors of all ages. If you are looking to stay in Essex why not check out some of our lodges in Essex.
Gloucestershire is only a small county bordering the south west of Wales but offers plenty of scenery and days out for visitors. Cheltenham hosts the famous Cheltenham Festival every year which attracts crowds of 260,000 and is the racing event of the year. The famous rolling hills and idyllic countryside of the Cotswold’s are located in Gloucestershire and a great area to relax and unwind. With its many places to stay, quintessentially English villages and wonderful market towns the Cotswold’s provide a great holiday experience. If you are looking to stay here search some of our lodges in Gloucestershire.
The famous Norfolk Broads stretch throughout the county of Norfolk. Located on the east coast of England, Norfolk’s main city is Norwich. However, there are many quaint villages and seaside towns to stay at and explore. Norfolk is also a famous retreat for the Queen at Sandringham Estate. Discover art galleries, cafes, country pubs and restaurants throughout the county or take a stroll across the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Beauty. No matter what your age, Norfolk can provide memories to last a lifetime. To stay in a Norfolk log cabin or lodge, search some of our lodges in Norfolk.
Our final offering is the county of Suffolk. On the south east cost just below Norfolk, Suffolk is the furthest east that you can venture in the UK. The county offers beautiful countryside, a great history and pretty villages. Suffolk has two Areas of Natural Beauty to enjoy including Dedham Vale and Suffolk Coast and Heaths. If you are thinking of a visit to Suffolk why not take a look at some of our lodges in Suffolk.