These delightful lodges are set around a series of landscaped fishing lakes within 66 acres of peaceful countryside. It's a haven for anglers and an excellent base for exploring Norfolk - King's Lynn, Swaffham and Wisbech are all within easy reach, as are the many golden beaches and pretty harbours of the North Norfolk coast.
All in all, there are five coarse fishing lakes and a 12 acre Championship Lake, holding a wealth of fish including carp, roach, tench, bream, rudd, perch, pike and eels. The area is awash with wildlife - see the wading birds and pink-footed geese at Snettisham and walk the footpaths at Nunnery Lakes Nature Reserve to take in the variety of habitats there.
At King's Lynn, Castle Rising is the most famous 12th century castle in the country with its stone ringwork and bailey fortress. Sandringham Estate is just 14 miles away and 600 acres of woodland and heath are open to the public, free of charge, every day of the year. The market town of Spalding hosts an annual flower festival each May and has a variety of restaurants and bars.
Willow Lodge has two double bedrooms and one twin room plus a bath with overhead shower. Cedar Lodge sleeps four people and Spruce Lodge has one double room, one twin and one with childsize bunk beds. All have tvs, dvds and Freeview.