Many of our guests enjoying their log cabin holidays in Suffolk love to go walking during their stay and our location is ideal if you are on one of our short Suffolk breaks. Whether you are looking to explore local footpaths, stroll through quaint villages or perhaps take a short drive to experience walks in the forest or along the beach, there are plenty of walks to choose from!
Here are some walking suggestions and information for you so that you can make the most of your stay with us in our lodges in Suffolk.
Local Walks – Exploring the local area on foot is easy and local footpaths can be accessed from our site. One of the local walks will even take you past a beautiful working windmill!
Just 2 miles away you will find the historic market town of Framlingham where you can enjoy a walk around Framlingham Mere Nature Reserve found right next to Framlingham castle. The castle is well worth a visit too and its an ideal place for a picnic especially for anyone enjoying one of our short romantic breaks. What better thing to do than a walk and picnic by a castle!
You can then explore the town of Framlingham, just a short walk from the castle. It has the wonderful Framlingham Town Trail which has lots of interesting information and things to discover as you walk around this pretty town.
Walks in Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) – These walks should definitely be added to your list of things to do during your log cabin short breaks. There are a number of walks that explore ancients heaths, shingle beaches, wetlands, towns and villages. The Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB have wonderful explorer guides to download that have a map and lots of information about the area and what plants and wildlife you can expect to see.
Forest Walks – Walking in the forest is great at any time of year and just a 30 minute drive from our cabin holidays in Suffolk you can get back to nature and explore both Rendlesham and Tunstall forests and they both offer something different. Rendlesham forest is a great place to take children as it has play areas, walking and cycle trails and there is even a UFO trail if you are looking for something a little bit unusual! Tunstall Forest with its abundance of conifer trees and heathland areas are great for following the walking trails and just getting away from it all and seeing what wildlife you can spot on your journey through the trees. There is also a 10 mile single track mountain bike trail. More information can be found on the Forestry England website here
Beach Walks – You really can’t beat a walk on the beach and in Suffolk there is lots of places to choose from. We have a whole page dedicated to beaches and coastal towns which also includes places to take your pet if you are staying in one of our pet friendly log cabins. Here is a link to our page
Other Walks – There are numerous National Trust locations and properties in Suffolk and they have put together lots of walks that will help you explore Suffolk on foot. The details can be found here on their website.
Did you know that Suffolk even has its own annual Walking Festival. Its a great way of exploring areas you may have always wanted to visit, with someone who can lead a walk around it for you and other like minded walkers! The festival is usually held annually in May and if you love walking you could even plan to stay in our Suffolk log cabins during the festival to make the most of it! All the details of the festival can be found here on their website.
Whether you are taking one of our romantic log cabin weekend breaks or enjoying a family holiday in one of our pet friendly log cabins Suffolk has plenty of places to explore. You really will be spoilt for choice!