Norwich Hot Tub Breaks: Lodges, Log Cabins & Glamping

Need a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life? The city of Norwich is just the right mix of city amenities with countryside charm. Found at the heart of Norfolk, the city is brimming with history, stunning natural locations, and quaint seaside towns within its vicinity. You’ll also enjoy the vibrant culture and busy street markets where you can select the best mementoes. Bring your family, friends, and even four-legged guests, and experience the wonders of Norwich!

Norwich Luxury Lodges, Log Cabins & Glamping With Hot Tubs

Holidays in Norwich won’t be complete with the perfect holiday home. Located within and outside the city proper, these accommodations are the solutions to your everyday needs. Each home is fully furnished with its own sets of extras including conservatories, games rooms, or historical features. Couples can have their pick from the selection’s open-plan studios and charming cottages. But if you’re travelling with the family, there are also ample choices from country homes, manors, and farmhouses. Choose your holiday base today and enjoy the wonders of Norwich tomorrow!

  • SkyDog Friendly
    Norwich, Norfolk
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Pet-friendly lodge with modern interiors. Includes beautiful front garden, outdoor furniture, and hot tub. Short drive to local beaches in Norfolk Broads.

  • Sunnymeade
    Norwich, Norfolk
    Sleeps 14 Bedrooms 7 Bathrooms 5

    Victorian home located in quaint village of Buxton. Traditional architecture with contemporary touches. Perks include conservatory, utility room, and games room.

  • House in NorwichDog Friendly
    House in Norwich
    Norwich, Norfolk
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Country home with red brick exteriors and Juliette balcony. Spacious garden with terrace, lawn, and hot tub. Well-behaved dogs are welcome.

  • Pelican BarnDog Friendly
    Pelican Barn
    Ketteringham, City of Norwich
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    19th-century barn conversion in idyllic Ketteringham Hall Estate. Interiors have vaulted ceilings, quirky features, and original beams. Only a few miles away from Norwich’s city centre.

  • Wroxham Holiday CottageDog Friendly
    Wroxham Holiday Cottage
    Wroxham, Norwich
    Sleeps 10 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 4

    Detached holiday cottage built on the edge of River Bure. Multi-level porch and deck balcony with stunning lakeside views. Property comes with its own games room and boathouse.

  • Four SeasonsDog Friendly
    Four Seasons
    Thorpe St. Andrew, Norwich
    Sleeps 12 Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms 4

    Holiday manor for big families or groups. Property boasts spacious lawn, private mooring, and stunning riverside views. Lots of outdoor space for children and pets.

  • Kings Beck BarnDog Friendly
    Kings Beck Barn
    Sleeps 12 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 5

    Modern barn for classic family outings. Enclosed garden has two sun terraces, outside dining area, and separate games room. With gorgeous views of the Norfolk countryside.

  • Beech Farm BarnsDog Friendly
    Beech Farm Barns
    Norwich, England
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3

    Relatively remote house perfect for couples or small families. Stone terrace and gravelled driveway for parking. Ideal location for bird watchers and nature lovers.

  • Ranworth HomeDog Friendly
    Ranworth Home
    Ranworth, Norwich
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Charming cottage located within Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Front and back gardens with exquisite riverside scenery. Can accommodate up to three friendly pets.


About Norwich & The Area

Norwich is a cathedral city and the county town of Norfolk in England. It’s the sole city dominating the area of North Norfolk and is notable for its long ties with history. Other surrounding cities include Ipswich to the south and Peterborough to the west. Being the beating heart of Norfolk, the area is defined by its urban landscape with the River Yare cutting through the streets. Similar to other places in England, Norwich experiences a maritime climate with the occasional snow showers during winter.

The city takes pride in its medieval roots, claiming to be the “most complete medieval city in the entire United Kingdom.” It has plenty of intact cobbled streets including Elm Hill, Timber Hill, and Tombland. They also have well-preserved buildings like St. Andrew’s Hall, Dragon Hall, and the Guildhall. The beautiful style of art nouveau is very much evident among some of the city’s historical interiors. And lastly, the city also has Norwich Castle, an incredible royal fortification castle dating back to ancient times.

In addition to its medieval significance, the city of Norwich is also England’s UNESCO City of Literature. It was the site of the country’s first provincial library and the first city to put into action the Public Libraries Act of 1850. The Norwich Post was also the first newspaper to be published outside of Greater London. In 1395, Julian of Norwich marked the beginnings of publishing for women when she wrote the Revelations of Divine Love. Nowadays, Norwich is the UK’s centre for publishing thanks to its rich history with the arts and literature.

Aside from its historical and literary ties, Norwich is a popular destination for weekend breaks. Its perfect blend of the past and the present makes it an interesting spot for tourists, history buffs, and nature lovers. There are also plenty of outdoor markets and independent stores, making the city of the best shopping locations for holidaymakers!

Things To Do On Your Norwich Hot Tub Break

When holidaying in the city of Norwich, you’ll never run out of things to do. Following the river is one of the best ways to get a full tour of the city and its medieval artefacts. The area is also not without its fair share of beautiful parks and gardens where couples can stroll hand in hand. And when in need of a delicious bite or crafty souvenir, the city’s busy streets can provide the right avenue for window shopping. Experience the very best in Norwich with these tips:

Take the medieval tour along the Norwich Riverside Walk.

Located right at the heart of the city is the Norwich Riverside Walk. This is a circular route which will take you along the banks of the River Wensum. The walk itself is only two miles long, so you don’t have to put on your hiking gear. It’s the ideal path for lovebirds, families, or elderly guests in need of a leisurely stroll. As you explore the route, you’ll encounter lots of medieval relics including the oldest bridge in Norwich, the Bishop Bridge. There’s also a 15th-century watergate and a 14th-century artillery tower!

Relive history with a trip to the iconic Norwich Castle.

Norwich Castle is a royal fortification that has been around since the Norman times. In addition to being a military fort, the castle has undergone several occupations including being used as a palace and then as a prison. Nowadays, its medieval halls serve as a museum and art gallery. The castle has an impressive collection of archaeological displays and boasts the world’s biggest ceramic teapot selection. There are also several masterpieces from classical artists. When visiting you must check out their 62-step stairway with breathtaking views of the city landscape!

Feel closer to nature as you stroll along the Plantation Garden.

The Plantation Garden, also known as the “Secret Garden of Norwich,” is a three-acre restored garden with a history dating back 100 years ago. Built on an abandoned chalk quarry, the place is now decorated with floral plants, beautiful foliage, and medieval-style walls. Holidaymakers love visiting during the afternoons and strolling through the park’s fountain and Victorian-style greenhouse. You can also bring a small picnic basket to share with your family as you enjoy the sights. There are also education tours for guests who want to know more about the garden’s development and past!

Check out free modern art exhibitions at The Forum.

Sticking out like a modern sore thumb is The Forum. It’s a museum, heritage centre, and library located at the centre of Norwich which was built to celebrate the new millennium. There’s always an event happening at The Forum, so it’s no surprise that it’s a magnet for locals and tourists. Oftentimes there are street performances, modern art exhibitions, and other public displays. And the best part is that they’re free for your enjoyment. The Forum is also close to gift shops, cafes, and restaurants, making it the perfect downtime activity during the holidays!

Buy souvenirs at the famous Norwich Lanes.

The Norwich Lanes, often shortened to “The Lanes,” is a series of streets and alleyways crossing through the centre of Norwich. The area is best known for its collection of shops, cafes, restaurants, and pubs. It’s also a great spot for museums, theatres, and other cultural attractions. Visiting the Norwich Lanes will take a day, so make sure to carve out enough time on your schedule!

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