Nestled beside the River Waveney in south Norfolk, this holiday park has a tranquil location for a lodge retreat with your dog. Boasting a private marina where you can hire a day cruiser, and a charming on-site pub, it’s the perfect place to stay for a quiet break with the dog.
The accommodation is modern and beautifully fitted, and each lodge has a fully-equipped kitchen, comfy living space and an area to dine.
The site has an indoor pool as well which is always a big hit with the kids, and a handy shop plus a play area completes the list of great facilities at the park.
At A Glance
Indoor Heated Pool
Kids Play Area
Two Dogs Allowed
Private Hot Tub
Shop / Supermarket
TV with Freeview
About Waveney River Centre
Each lodge s stylishly fitted with all mod cons. To treat yourself, book an upgraded accommodation that comes with its own hot tub on the deck. There’s nothing more indulgent than relaxing in a jacuzzi.
For spacious, timber lodges where the dog is welcome to stay, the accommodation here is hard to beat. The light and airy open-plan living areas have everything you need, and the bedrooms are cosy and comfy.
Two dogs can stay with you in these luxury lodges. With the river alongside, long walks together along the water’s edge is what a holiday here is all about. And you can even take pooches on the boats they hire, most of the day cruisers are dog friendly.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Beccles
Beccles is just inside Suffolk, so you get the best of 2 counties if you stay in this area. The seaside towns of Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, as well as the pretty Oulton Broad are all reachable in half an hour.
Beccles is a quiet town offering a handful of pubs, a couple of restaurants and a grocery store where you can top up on the essentials. The River Waveney meanders through the town, and you can book a river boat tour from here.
Lowestoft in Suffolk and Great Yarmouth in Norfolk provide traditional seaside fun for the whole family with wide sandy beaches, piers, thrill rides and amusements. Between these popular towns are quieter stretches of sand if you prefer somewhere more remote, and Great Yarmouth South beach welcomes dogs all year round.
To explore the beautiful Norfolk Broads, take a trip to Oulten Broad, it’s a wide stretch of water with plenty of boats to watch, plus a boulevard where artists display their work outside. This area is a haven for birds and wildlife, so don’t forget your binoculars.
Norfolk is famous for its broads and rivers, and this site is right on the water’s edge so it couldn’t have a better location.
The Waveney Valley is a pretty area, with wildlife to spot and fishing lakes to enjoy. And if you feel like a trip to a city with plenty of shops and places to eat, Norwich is only 15 miles away and it’s packed with things to do.
This resort is the ideal place to take the family if your looking to unwind but still keep the kids entertained with plenty of fun filled activities.
Waveney River Centre
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