Fishing Holidays In Suffolk
Head east for beautiful scenery and picturesque lakes. A great place for a fishing holiday
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Suffolk has some stunning coastlines and a blue flag beach in Felixstowe south beach. Most lodges on Suffolk are within 30 minutes from the beach, some are a lot closer.
There are a lot of historical places to visit in Suffolk. From the burial mounds at Sutton Hoo to Framlingham Castle – Ed Sheeran’s “Castle on the hill”
The coastline at Suffolk has many stunning seaside towns. Lowestoft and the picturesque Walbersick are our two favourites when we visit Suffolk.
Popular Fishing Lodges In Suffolk
Suffolk is a fantastic place to visit and one we’ve been to on many occasions. There is always lots to do in the area if you want to leave the relaxation of your lodge break!
The lodges below are rated across a number of criteria and are independently ranked. We have noted any ones that we have visited.
Our Top 5 Lodges
1 - High Lodge Leisure - Family Fishing Lodges - Darsham, Suffolk
What we love about High Lodge Leisure
*We have visited here will be visiting again
- Fishing from right in front of your lodge, lots of carp and roach to be caught, great for kids.
- Lots to do in the local area, quaint villages, shingle beaches and National Trust properties.
- Great places to eat nearby, 2 Magpies Bakery and the Fox Inn are personally recommended.
- Excellent value for families.
What You will Find at High Lodge
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Suffolk is one of our favourite places to visit, even though it’s a 3 1/2 hour drive from us. The scenery is fantastic and there is relaxed vibe to the area.
There’s plenty to do for both couples and family with beautiful beaches and lots of events going on.
Fishing Lodges With Hot Tubs
Here are all the lodges in Suffolk that have hot tubs –
- Aspen Country Park, Bury St Edmunds
- Athelington Hall Farm Lodges, Horham
- Badwell Ash Lodges, Nr Bury
- FinnValley Lodges
- Heathside Lodges, Halesworth
- High Lodge Leisure, Darsham –
- Laxfeild Lodges, Laxfeild
- Lodge Derby, Brampton
- Marsh View Lodges, Aldeburgh
- Meadow Lodges, Woodbridge
- Suffolk Escape Lodges
- The Hollies, Kessingland
- The Orchard Lodges
How To Select The Right Suffolk Break For You
When booking your lodge break be sure to check the location has what you need. Suffolk has a wide range of things to do when visiting.
If you want even more to do try staying in the north near the Norfolk border. Here you’ll find more sandy beaches and other things to do like seal spotting.
Other lodges in Suffolk
With so much fishing on offer in Suffolk if you want a lodge as a base for daily fishing trips then here are a few lodges options for you! In Suffolk, you have a good range of fishing options from carp fishing to sea fishing.
Suffolk Escape - Adults-Only Lodges - Suffolk
What we love about Suffolk Escape
- A small park setting with limited lodges around a small lake. All lodges are adults-only for some peace and quiet!
- A Suffolk tourism award-winning site.
- All have private hot tubs and a dining decking over the purpose-built lake.
- The lake and site have been designed to maximise privacy.
Broadlands Sand - Dog Friendly Lodges - Suffolk
What we love about Broadlands Sand
- Luxury style lodges as a part of a larger caravan park meaning lots to do on-site.
- Excellent location in Suffolk.
- Pets allowed, take your dogs and find lots of local walks.
- 3 bedroom lodges make them great for family getaways.
The Cabin At Little Common - Best For Couples - Suffolk/ Norfolk Border
What we love about The Cabin At Little Common
- Quaint quiet cabin in a peaceful setting, perfect for getting away from it all.
- Fantastic location on the Suffolk Norfolk border with lots of walks nearby. Head north to see the seals on the Norfolk coast.
- The cabin is set in beautiful surroundings overlooking a common, this is a peaceful getaway.
- A fantastic remote cabin break!
Finn Valley Lodges - Best Luxury Lodge - Suffolk
What we love about Fynn Valley
- Lodges have a private hot tub AND sauna for the ultimate relaxing break.
- Lodges have WIFI, Sonos speakers, luxury bathrooms and you can order room service to your room.
- On-site Fynn Valley golf course, play 18 holes. The golf course goes around the outside of the meadow the lodges are in.
- There are only 3 lodges and they all look to be very private from each other. A very nice small park setting.
Other Fishing Lakes In Suffolk
Here are some carp fishing lakes in Suffolk you could visit-
- Deben Carp Fishery – Woodbridge
- Willowcroft Fishery – Bramford, Ipswich
- Martlesham Creek Fisheries – Martlesham, Ipswich
- Alton Water Reservoir – Stutton, Ipswich
- Broadlands Lake – Oulton, Lowestoft
- Porters Lake – Martlesham, Ipswich
Top 5 Things To Do In Suffolk!
When you’re not fishing here are our top 5 things to see when visiting Suffolk –
1 – Sutton Hoo, National Trust
Sutton Hoo is a National Trust property that has a very interesting history. It has burial mounds that were one of the great archaeological finds in the UK. You can read bout the finds and see some of the items found there.
There is a film about Sutton Hoo on Netflix currently called “The Dig”. It is well worth watching before you go or after you’ve been. I have visited Sutton Hoo and found it a facilitating place.
2 – Framlingham Castle
“As we watched the sunset, over the castle on the hill”. An Ed Sheeran song, reportedly written about Framlingham castle, as he grew up in the area.
The castle walls are great for views and they often have fun activities for children in the school holidays.
If you have the time take one of the free guided tours to learn more about the castle and visit the cafe for some delicious bakes.
3 – Head To The Beach!
The Suffolk coastline is stunning and you are never too far away from the sea. Whatever the time of year head over to the beach and let the sea breeze blow the cobwebs away!
Here are some top beaches to check out.
- Walberswick – My favourite beach in Suffolk, the village of Walberswick is quaint – visit the anchor pub for a nice meal, sit outside in the large beer garden in the summer.
4 – Visit Jimmy’s Farm & Wildlife Park
Visit the farm of TV presenter Jimmy Doherty, who appears on various shows including Friday Night Feast with Jamie Oliver. There is lots to do on-site with lots of animals to see, woodland walks, a butterfly house and more. There are events on all year round, visit jimmysfarm.com to see what’s on.
There is also have a farm shop and on-site restaurant.
5 – Take a Long Relaxing Walk – To The Pub
Suffolk has some beautiful countryside and some beautiful walks too. Added to heat there are some fantastic country pubs in the country too. The Visit Suffolk website has a number of walks that all lead you to pubs. See all the walks here.