Nestled in the woodland next to the River Orwell, Woolverstone Marina Lodge Park in Woolverstone offers a peaceful place to stay in the Suffolk countryside.
Wake up to birdsong and go to bed with a view of the stars in the clear sky above you when you stay at these beautiful lodges with luxury finishing touches.
Ideal for couples, families and groups and their four-legged friends.
At A Glance
Private Hot Tub
Verandah / Balcony
About Woolverstone Marina Lodge Park
Hawthorn Lodge at Woolverstone Marina Lodge Park comfortably sleeps four people and their pooch. Lodges for six people are also available.
The lodge boasts two bedrooms, one with a king size bed and en/suite bathroom and the second with twin beds.
There is also a separate bathroom, a contemporary kitchen and a living/dining area with an outdoor seating area to relax in. A welcome pack is available on arrival.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Woolverstone, Ipswich
Take a walk in the local area around Woolverstone which has excellent facilities for water-based sports or a simple stroll with your furry friend.
For a spot of history just a short drive away, head to Ipswich, the oldest Anglo-Saxon town in England, which is easily accessible by car or by public transport.
Visit the town’s museum at Christchurch Mansion, a Tudor building set in a beautiful park which boasts a fascinating historical exhibition and the largest collection of work by Constable outside of London.
Ipswich is easy to explore on foot and is home to a vibrant food quarter and a fantastic market four times a week.
The northern Suffolk coastline is the ideal place to explore with your canine friend by your side. Head to Aldeburgh to see pretty pastel-coloured 19th century holiday villas and a beautiful pebbled beach to the east of the town where local fishermen gather to sell their daily catch. Buy something that’s as fresh as can be to cook up at the lodge that evening.
Aldeburgh was once the home of Benjamin Britten, the 20th century composer, most famous for War Requiem. Visit the museum dedicated to his life at The Red House, located in the house that he lived in for two decades.
As well as the museum you can attend recitals, sing–along sessions and family days, so check in advance for an-up-to-date events programme.
Go see a film in an old-fashioned picturehouse at the Aldeburgh Cinema, which opened in 1919. It has many of its original features including art deco lights.
Woolverstone Marina Lodge Park is the perfect choice for couples, families or groups to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and spend some time relaxing with nature as the backdrop to a holiday.
Choose to stay within the lodge’s grounds or head into Woolverstone itself for pub lunches and water-based sport experiences.
Go pebble hunting on the beach at Aldeburgh, buy some of the freshest fish you’ve ever tasted from a local fisherman or learn more about the life and works of Benjamin Britten at his own home.
Treat yourself to something new in Ipswich’s independently-run shops or at its bustling markets and when you need a sugar fix, head to one of its coffee shops for a slice of handmade cake.
Relax after all of this in the cosy lodge’s living area with a good book and fabulous company.
Woolverstone Marina Lodge Park
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