Find out everything you need about 1 Lakeview in Haveringland, Reepham, Norfolk and whether this holiday rental is right for you.
This contemporary wood cabin sits next to a fishing lake on a private site in Norfolk and is a superb rural getaway for a family, group of friends or colleagues, and a well behaved dog.
Next to the lodge is a lawned area adjoining the lake (so be careful if you take small kids), and the raised decking gives a great view of the acres of peaceful landscape all around.
Enjoy fishing the lake, explore the fields and woods on-site, visit the local villages and towns, historic Norwich, the Norfolk Broads or the hundreds of miles of coastline a short drive away.
At A Glance
All ground floor
Raised decked area
Shop & pub 4 miles
About 1 Lakeview
Sleeping four all on ground floor level, with one double bedroom and one twin, both with plenty of storage space, a shower room with walk-in shower, wash hand basin and WC.
Open plan design, carpeting in the living area with electric fire in the fireplace and flat-screen tv, and laminate flooring into the fitted, hi-tech kitchen with four-seater dining suite.
Patio doors open onto a raised decked area with a protective panel to keep people and dogs away from the waterside, lawn area to help get the fresh air to dry the laundry, and outdoor seating to enjoy the open skies.
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Things To Do in Haveringland
The site focuses on the fishing lake at its centre, so this is an especially great holiday for anglers. Your four-legged friend, meanwhile, will love sniffing around the lakeside and exploring the fields and woods on and around the site.
A healthy walk or short drive (about 4 miles) takes you to Reepham, a charming north Norfolk town lying between the valleys of the rivers Bure and Wensum. Explore the many waterways that feed these rivers and the man-made channels everywhere in this part of the world.
A short drive to the southeast is Norfolk’s capital city of Norwich, which is steeped in history. Don’t miss Norwich Cathedral, dating back to the 11th century but with a great, dog-friendly visitor centre. This city has an ancient feel, dominated by the Norman castle, which stands on Norwich’s highest point.
Browse the shops on the old streets and stop off in the castle quarter for some Belgian monastery beer. Follow the riverside walk along the Yare, which flows through the city, including Pull’s Ferry, the 15th-century watergate.
Explore the Norfolk Broads, between Norwich and the North Sea, for an exceptional experience. Best discovered by boat, the Broads is a national park on reclaimed land around the River Yare, which meets the North Sea at Great Yarmouth.
Spend some time here and enjoy its world-famous pleasure beach (including Joyland, with rides to please all the family), Nelson Museum and shark-infested sea life centre to scare the kids and intrigue the dog.
This holiday lodge is sure to please a small family or group of friends of various ages, including an inquisitive dog. There are hundreds of miles of marked and unmarked paths to follow and explore from the big fishing lake to the open fields and flat landscapes of north Norfolk. Water plays a big part in the life of north Norfolk, so there’s plenty to sniff out for your four-legged companion and lots of wildlife and birdlife along the way to photograph and enjoy.
Spend time in Reepham, an untouched village in harmony with the laid back pace of life and rhythms of the countryside, as well as excellent hospitality, dog-friendly facilities and plenty of provisions for your stay. Explore historic Norwich, the regional capital bustling with life, sightseeing, history, food, drink, shopping and riverside walks to enjoy.
Hire a boat for the day (or longer) to enjoy the Norfolk Broads fully, or try a more bracing experience with a seaside day out at Great Yarmouth, complete with rides, fish and chips, candy floss and miles of lovely beach. At the end of a busy (or not so busy) day, enjoy a sit out on the decking with your contented dog and enjoy the peaceful lake set in acres of lush Norfolk countryside.