Spring is the perfect time to take a break at Windmill Lodges, with the daffodils out and the promise of warmer weather a relaxing Easter break in Suffolk will give you back the spring in your step.





On arrival in your log cabin in addition to our usual welcome pack of wine, eggs, milk, tea, coffee and sugar, if staying over the Easter weekend you will receive an Easter Egg and Hot Cross Buns.

What  better way to start your holiday with a cup of tea and a toasted hot cross bun, or crack open the bottle of wine from your fridge and delve into the chocolate!

During your stay with us there is lots to do irrespective of the weather. As well as your private hot tub beside your log cabin, our swimming pool will also be open for your use.

Further afield from the lodges there is an abundance of Easter activities to discover:

Feed the lambs at Easton Farm Park.

Easton is only 15 minutes drive from Windmill Lodges and there is plenty to do for all ages from animals to meet and feed including spring lambs to pony rides, train rides and beautiful walks down to the river Deben. With a large indoor cafe and soft ball pit  if the weather turns, you can still enjoy a day out at the farm park.

Family Nature Walks and crafts at RSPB Minsmere

RSPB Minsmere has numerous activities throughout the year. Events over Easter include birdwatching for beginners and weekend walks. RSPB Minsmere hosted BBC Springwatch from 2013-2016 and there’s plenty to explore  on the site and discover the joys of Minsmere whether you’re 9 months or 99! There’s also a shop and cafe onsite with the most delicious cakes and scones! RSPB Minsmere is on the coast just south of Dunwich approximately 30 minutes drive from your lodge.

Easter Egg Hunt at The Museum Of East Anglian Life

There’s always plenty to do at The Museum of East Anglian Life over Easter  with Easter Egg Hunt, feeding the spring lambs, activities and crafts including making a chicken egg cup from recycled materials and your own set of rabbit ears! There is something to suit everyone. The Musemm of East Anglian Life is in Stowmarket approximately 30 minutes drive away.

Take an afternoon stroll through the daffodils

Nowton Park in Bury St Edmunds is 200 acres of landscaped countryside, and renowned for its 100,000 daffodil bulbs that come into bloom creating a magical display. Nowton Park is 45 minutes drive from Windmill Lodges – why not combine your trip with exploring the market town Bury St Edmunds with Suffolk’s only Cathedral.

Easter at Framingham Castle

Only two miles from Windmill Lodges is Framlingham Castle. The castle holds Easter activities, this year concentrating on Medieval Life, please click the link above to find out more Take a walk around the top of the castle wall to enjoy the spectacular view across Framingham Mere and the surrounding countryside.

Suffolk Wildlife Trust 

Suffolk Wildlife Trust have numerous events over the Easter period suitable for tiny tots upwards, use the link above to search for the dates of your visit and see what takes your fancy.

We are now fully booked for Easter 2018. To check availability for our Spring Breaks in Suffolk at other times this spring please click here