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Holiday Parks in Fritton

Fritton Lake Woodland Lodges
Fritton
Norfolk

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Surrounded by acres of unspoilt countryside, these beautifully situated lodges nestle in the woodlands of Somerleyton Estate, which boasts a 2-mile stretch of lake at its heart. A tranquil woodland retreat perfect for a peaceful break. Justifiably proud of its David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation, Fritton Lake offers a wealth of delights for lovers of nature and fishing alike. Somerleyton Hall, with its stunning architecture, superb gardens and famous maze, should not be missed. During summer, visitors can use the main facilities at nearby Fritton Lake Countryworld, including 9-hole golf and an adventure play area (Apr–Sep).

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