Tamaura Lodge in Pentney, King's Lynn, Norfolk

What to Expect

Find out everything you need about Tamaura Lodge in Pentney, King’s Lynn, Norfolk and whether this holiday rental is right for you.

This contemporary log cabin in a private lakeside setting lies deep in the Norfolk countryside and is perfect for a group getaway with friends, family and a couple of dogs.

Its rural location on an exclusive site gives the chance to enjoy private quality time together while having superb access to nature all around. It can be enjoyed with alfresco food and drinks from your own verandah.

Visit King’s Lynn, the medieval jewel guaranteed to alleviate stress, take in the Sandringham Estate so beloved of the royal family, and explore Hunstanton and the awe-inspiring Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

At A Glance

Rural location
Contemporary log cabin
Alfresco dining
All ground floor
Private site


Open plan
Alfresco dining
Children's play area
Fishing and skiing lakes
4 x off road parking
Pub 2 miles

About Tamaura Lodge

Sleeping 8 in three bedrooms over two floors, one ground floor double with en-suite shower, wash hand basin and WC, one double with Jack-and-Jill access to family size bathroom, and one twin. Bathroom with traditional style bath, shower accessory, basin and WC.

Contemporary furnishing mixed with exposed beams and woodwork in the open plan living, dining and kitchen area. Laminate flooring for muddy paws and boots and a sofa bed for flexible sleeping arrangements.

Outdoor dining set on the wooden verandah on ground floor level, with a shallow ramp as access from the outdoors. There’s off-road parking for four cars and a small wooden adventure playground for the kids.

Map of Area

Things To Do in King's Lynn

The lodge is part of a child and dog-friendly site, with fishing and water skiing facilities on its lakes, by arrangement. There is also a small, homemade play park next to the cabin, with slides and climbs to whet the appetite of young guests, and no doubt, your four-legged friends.
Take a country walk along and between the many water channels in the area to nearby Pentney or Narborough, where you’ll find a dog walking field. The Old Whalebone Mill on the River Nar is well worth a visit while you’re in the area.

A short drive to the west takes you to the River Great Ouse and the town of King’s Lynn. Here you’ll find plenty of shops to stock up on high-quality local food and drink, plus cafes, restaurants and pubs to help enjoy your visit.
The town dates back to the 12th century, and there are many dog-friendly visitor attractions, including Greyfriars Tower and the Lynn Museum. Join the Walks tour, which explains King’s Lynn’s history, by visiting the places where actual events happened.

Visit the royal Sandringham Estate, which lies to the north of the town towards the Wash and the North Sea, is dog friendly, has a children’s play area and a cafe terrace to enjoy after a walk around the enormous grounds. This is also part of the Norfolk Coast AONB, which stretches from The Wash to Mundesley Beach, with miles of sand and brightly coloured beach huts. Book a journey with Blakeney Point Seal Trips, or spend some time at Cromer Pier & Pavilion Theatre.

Last Word

This is a superb lodge that mixes traditional, sustainable building methods with contemporary style and luxury in a setting and part of the world, which offer a truly relaxing getaway for larger families, groups of friends or colleagues. From the fishing and water skiing on the dog-friendly site to the kids play area next door to the cabin, people of all ages and two well-behaved pets will love every second.

Take peaceful country walks through the flat, quiet Norfolk countryside, following the ancient natural and man-made waterways that criss-cross the area. Spend the day in King’s Lynn, a magnet for history buffs and a thriving regional centre, all based around a medieval town centre. From replenishing your stores to enjoying the high-quality local food, drink and hospitality, you’ll be set up to take a dog-friendly walk through history.

Head north for a touch of class at the royal estate, then explore the natural wonder and beautiful sandy beaches of the Norfolk Coast AONB, with its nature reserves, Natural Trust estates, and charming seaside towns like Cromer.

For a combination of privacy, peace and quiet, history, natural beauty and unspoilt coastline, this is a superb place to stay and a great base from which to explore.
Tamaura Lodge
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