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!

Sunny Suffolk

What a beautiful place Suffolk is! Especially in the hot summer sun that we are having at the moment. Today we spent an enjoyable day in the seafront in Lowestoft- which has been under development for a while and now it’s a lovely place to while away the hours. Not to mention the gorgeous sandy beach and the very nice eateries that have sprung up. We liked the look of RockSalt, a (mainly) fish restaurant – all fresh and local – and Shish, a smart looking Meze restaurant. We didn’t eat but I noted them for another day!! We took my mum who thoroughly enjoyed her day!

Suffolk Walking Festival

If you like walking, you should check out Suffolk Walking Festival. It’s a brilliantly organised set of walks over a couple of weeks. There is a full website to help you plan your days. 

Www.suffolkwalkingfestival.co.uk

And from the vegetable patch…

…we bring you ongoing curly kale, leeks, carrots, beetroot and sprouts.  

  

  

 The big flower bed is coloured with tones of the earth just to remind us of where we have come from but it won’t be long till the bulbs are giving us Spring colour!

A beautiful day in Hinderclay 

Our chooks are out sunning themselves on this beautiful sunny January day. The garden is a bit wet from all the winter rain but on a day like today, it really makes you want to get out there and start gardening for the Spring! Especially with all the bulbs and primroses coming up so early, because of the mild winter we have had.