Quirky and stylish lodges and Igluhuts in a woodland by a pretty lake in the Suffolk countryside.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Situated in pretty Suffolk, surrounded by lovely countryside, gorgeous coastlines and quintessential English villages, these modern lodges are the ideal spot for those wanting to relax and enjoy all this lovely area has to offer. Blyth Rise Stays offers guests the choice of two types of accommodation, Lake Lodges and Woodland Igluhuts, giving visitors modern and stylish stays in a relaxing rural location.
The Lake Lodges are the larger of the two and sit near the water, nestled among the wild grasses and woodland of the surrounding area. A large living space features floor to ceiling windows giving guests stunning views across the water. Comfy velvet armchairs and a sofa sit on seagrass rugs, meaning visitors will struggle to pull themselves away from such as relaxing setting. Exposed pine timbers form the ceiling, floors and walls, and plenty of windows throughout, create a bright environment filled with natural light.
A modern kitchen area makes cooking an easy pleasure, so why not enjoy breakfast in one of two king-sized beds, watching the dragonflies and kingfishers go about their day as you sip hot coffee and nibble croissants from between the white sheets and snuggly duvet?
The Woodland Igluhuts are cute alternatives for cosy romantic holidays. These quirky pods have been incredibly well-designed. Guests enter into the light and calming huts via the modern kitchen before coming to the pretty living area. White-washed timber boards cover floor and ceiling and fashionable Ercol-style armchairs sit on colourful rugs.
A welcoming double bed with crisp white linens lies at the end of the hut, whilst a church-style shaped window at the foot of the bed lets in the morning light and offers calming views out on to the pretty woodland beyond. At the far end of the hut, guests will find a modern shower room and toilet, with fluffy towels and locally-produced toiletries.
Both accommodations have lovely outside areas with fire pits, outdoor dining furniture, barbecues and blankets. Blyth Rise has everything on-site so guests never need to leave during their stay but the surrounding area, with its rich history, is definitely worth exploring.
The Anglo-Saxon burial ground at Sutton Hoo is nearby as are the castles at Framlingham and Orford. Swimmers and sandcastlers will love the sandy coastline, or perhaps explore the River Blyth by taking leisurely strolls and discovering some lovely traditional pubs. The Kings Head is great for a pint and some traditional pub grub or head to Pinney's at Orford where they specialise in smoked fish and, as well as having a restaurant, do great hampers to take-away.
Short stay (3 night weekend or 4 night mid-week) prices starting from £445
Week stay starting from £665 up to £990 in peak season
Short stay (3 night weekend or 4 night mid-week) prices starting from £625
Week stay starting from £970 up to £1495 in peak season
Low season is - Feb, March, Nov Dec (excluding Easter, Christmas and New Year)
Mid Season is - April, May, June, September, October
High Season is - July, August
Peak Season is - Christmas and New Year
Arrival days are Friday and Monday.
This is an 'adults-only' property and therefore no children under 18.