Windmill Lodges offer a range of log cabin holiday accommodation for rent all through the year. Our exclusive development of seven luxurious log cabins, thoughtfully arranged around a delightful wildlife lake on the outskirts of Woodbridge, afford unrivalled comfort and great views of the surrounding countryside.
Autumn Breaks in Suffolk
An autumn break means that you’ll benefit from less crowded tourist spots and much more predictable weather. Granted it may not be as hot come mid to late September, but at least you can be fairly certain what the weather is going to do and can plan your break accordingly.
Bring the right clothes for a stomp in the countryside, pack your walking boots, Barbour and a brolly, just in case and get outside and experience the beautiful colours of autumn. It is a glorious time of year with the scenery changing shape and colour every day – the perfect time for a short break.
Log cabin holidays at Windmill Lodges, give you the opportunity to get away for a few days. Leave your desk behind for a while, forget about the mobile or the Blackberry and simply relax. Snuggle up under a warm duvet as you settle down for the night in your own log cabin, spend lazy days taking wonderful long walks in the unspoilt Suffolk countryside. And what better way to unwind than soaking away any cares in your own private hot tub whilst sipping champagne and staring up at the clear night skies! All of this and much more is possible at Windmill Lodges on the outskirts of Woodbridge in Suffolk.
Windmill Lodges is perfectly positioned for exploring the famous Constable Country. Located close to the picturesque market towns of Woodbridge and Framlingham with its impressive 12th century fortress, it is a great base for touring the Suffolk countryside. Notable places to visit include Constable Country, Medieval Lavenham, Southwold, Walberswick, Minsmere, Thorpeness and Orford. If you’d rather leave the car behind, why not visit us by train and hire some bicycles? You’ll return home fitter and healthier and with some truly great memories.
You may want to visit some of the many regional events in the area. For example a short drive from your lodge, on the outskirts of Ipswich you’ll find Jimmy’s Farm. Every year in early September, Jimmy holds his festival of food and music. Taking place this year on the 11th and 12th of September, it will feature performances from “Scouting for Girls” and “Newton Faulkner” together with appearances from “The Hairy Bikers” and Jean Christophe Novelli.
The pretty seaside town of Aldeburgh is not to be out done, it plays host to the Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival from September 24th to October 9th in 2010. Here for two whole weeks, East Suffolk celebrates food and drink. During the main festival weekend on the 25th and 26th September at Snape Maltings, there will be over 70 exhibitors showcasing locally produced organic vegetables, fresh and smoked fish, rare breed meats and game, cheeses, frozen yoghurts, jams, beer, wine and lager. Snape will also feature talks, workshops and cookery demonstrations from top chefs including Matthew Fort, Galton Blackiston, Valentine Warner, Sheila Dillon, Rose Prince, Tommi Miers, Ruth Watson, Simon Wadham and many others.
So whether you are visiting Suffolk for a family holiday or a quiet weekend away, you’ll be delighted you came. Suffolk is a lovely county steeped in heritage and tradition and there are plenty of opportunities for great day trips and days out to keep both children and adults happy.
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