Four seasons at Greenacre Lodge

Our holiday cottage is the most wonderful place to stay – and that’s not just my opinion, take a look at our reviews! Each season of the year is just as beautiful. Our garden isn’t finely manicured but is a happy mix of flowers, trees, people, toys and wildlife! Spring brings daffodils in abundance and the bird song is amazing! The Lodge garden is private and a real sun trap for most of the day in summer. Apples, pears, plums, cobnuts, figs and quince all ripen in the sun whilst blackberries are abundant in the garden hedgerows as Autumn draws in. Last winter, we had exciting falls of snow and living in a village at the top of a hill, we had a few days when we couldn’t get out of the village – total peace! Come and experience the joys of Greenacre Lodge in 2019, we are looking forward to meeting you!

Our Lodge needs you!

Lodge kitchen

Our beautiful Lodge needs you to make it come alive – we have very limited availability left during June and August although you might be lucky with a last minute week so take a look and make us an offer! There is plenty of space to enjoy the Autumn with us though; the local areas is beautiful at this time of year, with very low rainfall and amazing walks, cycling and rivers to enjoy. Equally, we have easy access to Cambridge, Norwich, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich for sightseeing and shopping. The Christmas market in Bury St Edmunds is amazing and we will offer a taxi service for you so you don’t even have to worry about parking! Hurry though, the weeks will go very quickly and you don’t want to miss out!

Visit Norwich…

We’ve just got back from a visit to the Norwich Playhouse, a lovely little theatre and just one of a few arts centres in the lovely old town of Norwich. Staying at Greenacre Lodge will mean that you are 45 minutes from a great day out, sightseeing, shopping, eating and culture. What did we see? A play specially commissioned by the YMCA, about the life of George Williams, founder of the YMCA, an organisation which has lives for the last 172 years. Great!

A sunny day out. 

Today we visited the most beautiful National Trust house, Oxburgh House in Norfolk. It was a lovely 40 minute drive from Greenacre Lodge through Knettishall Heath and then Thetford Forest. The house and grounds were easy to manage with both a wheelchair and pushchair. It was a great day out in the sun!