Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Winter Events to Enjoy During Your Stay at Windmill Lodges

This season enjoy a tranquil stay in our luxury wooden lodges, all with heated family hot tubs available for year round use, including during the colder months. Windmill Lodges has highlighted just a few of the winter activities in the surrounding area, for the whole family to enjoy. Whether you are staying with us this year, or planning a break away with us next year, these activities are the best in Suffolk and should not be missed.


The Christmas lights will be switched on in Aldeburgh on Saturday 12th December, which will help put you in the Christmas spirit. Here there will be mulled wine, live music, mince pies and the shops will be open until late to help you get all your shopping done in time for Christmas. This festive evening will be completed with fireworks on the beach, and is sure to be a hugely popular event for families in the area. Aldeburgh is a 35 minute drive from our luxury lodges, and you and your family can enjoy a fantastic day out visiting the high street’s fascinating independent shops.

Snape Maltings

Father Christmas will arrive at Snape Maltings by boat at 2pm on Sunday 13th December, where you and the youngest family members can visit Santa in his grotto on land, and enjoy festive music while you wait. His grotto will be in House and Garden, and all charitable donations will go to support Macmillan Cancer Support. Within the Snape Maltings Concert Hall there will also be a performance of Alice in Wonderland, A Christmas Spectacular. This performance runs through from Friday 4th December to the Sunday 13th December, and is a family treat with the glitzy costumes and lively music.


While staying with us in our luxury winter lodges, you can enjoy a charming range of activities in Framlingham, which is just a ten minute drive away. The town’s shop windows will be transformed, and the market stalls will be open on Tuesdays and Saturdays, so you’ll have plenty of opportunity to stock up on winter delights. Several church services will be held in the town throughout the festive period, to celebrate the meaning of Christmas.


Beccles is a quaint town with a gorgeous quayside where you can take a walk to discover the beautiful winter countryside. The Christmas lights in Beccles will be turned on from 5.30 pm, on the evening of Friday 27th November, with on-stage live music and fairground rides for your children to enjoy. Here, there will also be two reindeers for you to pose with, or if you prefer, you can join in with the Suffolk Samba as they cheer everyone up with their take on Brazilian music. For something more traditional you can visit the beautiful St Michael’s Church for carol singing.

Kentwell Hall

The Dickensian Christmas at Kentwell Hall is ideal for families with young children, as here they can learn about Victorian life while getting involved. The house will be prepared for Christmas, and you can enjoy homemade lunches and teas in the Stableyard Restaurant. You and your children can also be taught how to make Victorian style Christmas decorations, which may make the ideal winter gift. This is an all-day event, and is just over an hour’s drive, but makes for a lovely day out for all the family.


At Woodbridge this year you can visit Santa at his grotto in Notcutts from Sunday 22nd November to Tuesday 22nd December, where Santa will be available from 11am until 4pm every day. Tickets, which can either be pre-booked through the Woodbridge Rotary Club or bought on the day, are £6.50 per child, which includes a present. All the money from this event will go to charity and will be shared between Riding for the Disabled (Hollesley branch) and the East Anglian Children’s Hospices.


Ickworth House is open all year round, and is transformed at Christmas to become a magical and festive place. Here they will be hosting Christmas pudding and mince pie workshops in their historic kitchen, alongside wreath and Christmas tree making workshops. They also have a greenery gathering walk where you can meet the locals and gather winter greenery, including ivy and holly, which you can then use at home to give your house a festive touch. Young children can experience a story telling session with Father Christmas, before having a singalong and receiving a gift made by the elves. They can also visit the basement here to find all the hidden gingerbread men.

To book your festive holiday in one of our luxury wooden lodges, visit Windmill Lodges.

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Firework Nights Out in Suffolk

Windmill Lodges puts the spotlight on five spectacular firework shows to visit this year with your family and friends. These are all within 45 minutes of our beautiful self-catering log cabins, and are suitable for young children, so the whole family can get involved. If you are interested in staying with us next year over this period, these are a few ideas of what you can expect to see in the surrounding area, as all the events tend to be run annually.

Heveningham Hall

This year Heveningham Hall is hosting a huge show for all ages to enjoy, featuring fireworks, a funfair, live music and even spark fire dancers. This is a 1920s themed fire show with acrobatics, fire stunts and gangsters. Based on the famous Cirque Du Soleil, it is guaranteed to be breath-taking. Heveningham is only a 30 minute drive away from our wooden cabins, so it is easily accessed. This event, on Saturday 7th November, starts at 5.30pm, and there will be a variety of food and drink to choose from, including a hog roast, fish and chips, candy floss, and, for the adults, there will be mulled wine to get you into the winter spirit.


Pageant field, Framlingham, will be lit up on Saturday 7th November during their incredible fireworks display, featuring special effects, sparklers and an enormous bonfire. Entry costs £6 for adults and £4 for children on the night, and is just a nine minute drive from our self-catering log cabins. This is ideal for families with young children, as you will easily be able to get them to bed afterwards without the need for a long journey home. You might even be able to see these fireworks from our wooden lodges, making for a magical evening whilst you enjoy a soak in our family hot tubs.

Christchurch Park

Slightly earlier than some of the other events, Christchurch Park hosts a huge Halloween themed night on Saturday 31st October. Here, your children can transform themselves into terrifying creatures to take part in the biggest fancy dress party the park has ever thrown. There will also be a funfair here, with lots of food and a licenced bar for the adults. This night will be made extra spooky by the zombie procession, which will travel through the park. The park opens at 6pm, and closes at 10pm, and is just a 30 minute drive from our lodges. Leave yourself plenty of time to get here. Parking gets very busy due to it being a hugely popular occasion.

Stonham Barns

On Friday 30th October, Stonham Barns will let off fireworks to music, during which your children can take part in many Halloween themed games, such as a fancy dress and pumpkin carving competition. The best pumpkin and costume will win a prize, so make sure you’re creative. This is just a 15 minute drive from our log cabins, and starts at 4pm.


Enjoy a stunning view of the sea while the sky is lit up above you during the annual Felixstowe Firework Show on Sunday 1st November. This year the football club has teamed up with the carnival team to bring you a dazzling 20 minute show, all fired to music. Here you can enjoy an array of delights including a funfair, food and sideshows. The gates open at 4.30pm, and the fireworks begin at 6.30pm, and due to Felixstowe being just a 30 minute drive away from our gorgeous self-catering log cabins, you’ll be home in time to put any young children to bed.

To visit us during this fun filled season, go to Windmill Lodges  to check our availability.

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Enjoy a Spooky Break at Windmill Lodges

If you are staying in our self-catering log cabins over the October half term period, you can look forward to visiting many ghostly Halloween themed places. We’ve listed a variety of events across Suffolk, from terrifying mazes for teens and adults, to tea parties for your little ones. If you missed a Halloween stay in our cabins this year, however, there’s plenty of time to book one of our lodges and enjoy the fun next year!

Pleasurewood Hills

For thrill seekers of all ages, this amusement park offers a brilliant day out, with rides of all sizes to suit all members of the family. Pleasurewood Hills is about an hour’s drive from your countryside lodge, but it is well worth the journey for families with younger children. If you’re staying in our lodges around this time, they have a haunted house and host many scary events throughout the last week of October.

Suffolk Food Hall 

Suffolk Food Hall has beautiful, unobstructed views of the River Orwell and is the perfect place to go for a peaceful lunch or dinner. But from the 28th October until the 31st October, it will be transformed into a spooky dining room where your children can expect to be fed foods such as blood jelly and worm burgers, while indulging in a spectacular tea party. Throughout the evening your children can carve pumpkins, play spooky games and take part in a fancy dress evening for only £11.50 each. This is suitable for children from the ages of 3 to 10, and all must be accompanied by an adult.

Jimmy’s Farm

Jimmy’s Farm has activities for the whole family to enjoy, including a witches and wizards treasure hunt which takes place every day throughout the last week of October. One of Jimmy’s Farm’s most memorable Halloween events is their “Fast and the Furriest” race, which is well worth seeing. This famous farm is just 40 minutes away from our stunning self-catering log cabins, and is guaranteed to be a fun-filled day out for the family.

Kentwell Hall

Scaresville at Kentwell Hall is one of the most chilling events around. Although it’s a fairly long journey from our log cabins, for those of you who enjoy being startled it is a perfect way to spend your Halloween while staying with us. At Scaresville you will spend a full hour inside the haunted village which you walk through, with no breaks in between. This is not suitable for under 14s, however Kentwell Hall also host an event called Halloweenies which runs throughout the day and is suitable for all young children. Here they can take part in activities and competitions, both indoors and outdoors.

Languard Fort 

A lovely day trip for you and your family could be to Languard Fort in Felixstowe. This is scenic and peaceful and is about a 45 minute drive from our self-catering log cabins. On 31st October the fort is transformed into a Little Fort of Horrors, where you and your children can explore the tunnels, watch the fire show and take part in a zombie shooting game, among many other exhilarating events on the day as well. This is suitable for children of all ages, and it costs £30 for a family ticket.

Alder Carr Farm 

This farm is just a 30 minute drive from our log cabins and is ideal for families with young children. Here you will be able to carve pumpkins, have your face painted (and transformed into something spooky), ride a pony and much more. For those of you who go in costume, there will prizes given out; so make sure you look as creepy as possible. Entry is £4 each, and this covers the price of all activities except for face painting and refreshments.

To book your spooky holiday away with us, visit Windmill Lodges

Thursday, 18 June 2015

Parks and Gardens to Explore near Your East Anglian Holiday Accommodation

If you enjoy country walks and admiring nature, Windmill Lodges is within easy reach of some of Suffolk’s best kept parks and gardens.  Our log cabin holiday accommodation is right in the heart of East Anglia, and just a short drive away from a selection of manor houses and grounds that are open to the public. Whether you want some inspiration for your own garden, or just want explore the great outdoors, many of these parks and gardens are open spring to summer, and others all year round. Here, we put the spotlight on seven of the best a 50 minute drive or less from our exclusive country cabins.

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Seven Suffolk Parks and Gardens

Ickworth House 

The National Trust run Ickworth House in Bury St Edmunds is one of the most visited attractions in Suffolk, and is just a 47 minute drive from our holiday accommodation. You can enjoy a tour of this splendid country house, see the impressive art collections, and find out what life was like for the servants ‘below stairs.’ It offers a wonderful family day out, made complete by a stroll in the 70 acres of parkland. Some of the main outdoor sites include a walled garden, the superb 19th century Italianate garden, and a magical hidden stumpery* set to stir your family’s imagination. The gardens are open year round with late and early opening times in the summer.

*Fashionable in the Victorian era, a stumpery consists of artistically arranged wood made from parts of dead trees.

Haughley Park

Haughley Park, Stowmarket, a historic Jacobean mansion set in 200 acres of grounds (including parkland), is a 30 minute drive from Windmill Lodges. The house has recently been restored, and work is still ongoing, but you can see inside the property by appointment only. However, the grounds and parkland are open to the public, without prior appointment, on Tuesday afternoons from May to September. Among the attractions include a woodland garden, a walled kitchen garden, various glass sculptures, and ancient woodland.

Helmingham Hall

Helmingham Hall in Helmingham, just a 15 minute drive from our log cabins, is a stunning moated stately home owned by the Tollemache family. The superb gardens are open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday afternoons from May to September, and evoke beauty and tranquillity. Among the sights are a pretty rose garden, knot and herb garden, an orchard, and tunnels and bridges that are always fun to explore.

Otley Hall Garden 
You can combine a visit to Helmingham Hall with the 16th century Otley Hall, which is just a 20 minute drive from Windmill Lodges. This appealing moated hall is privately owned so you can view the house by appointment only, although you can visit the gardens on Wednesdays 11am-5pm, between May to September. These incredible gardens have been ranked sixth in a poll by The Independent on 50 Top British Gardens to visit and include nutteries, a moat walk and rose garden.

Blakenham Woodland garden

Based in Little Blakenham, a thirty minute drive from our timber lodges, you can see well-established exotic trees and flowers, some of which have come from a variety of famous names in gardening. The gardens were founded by John Hare, a former MP for Sudbury and Woodbridge, who later became Viscount Blakenham and treasurer of the Royal Horticultural Society. After his death in 1982, the gardens are run by a charitable trust and are open daily, March until June, from 10am-5pm.

Henstead Exotic Garden

A 45 minute drive from Windmill Lodges is the incredible Henstead Exotic Garden in Beccles. These fantastic gardens were rated by ITV’s Alan Titchmarch in 2015 as Britain’s Best Garden. Once described as akin to an ‘exotic rainforest’ you can expect to be dwarfed by towering plants. All the more surprising as the gardens were designed and created only a decade ago. It’s open Wednesday afternoons, May to September, 2-5 pm and on May 25 Bank Holiday Monday 11-4pm.

Wingfield Old College and Gardens

Based in Stradbroke, a 15 minute drive from the holiday cabins, the Medieval Wingfield Old College is linked with famous names throughout history such as Mary Tudor and The Black Prince. It is of architectural significance and has an incredible galleried Great Hall. The gardens are just as fascinating and include a William and Mary walled garden, topiary garden and woodland walks. The house and gardens are open for pre-booked tours on set dates only.

About Windmill Lodges

Windmill Lodges is a quiet haven set right in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, near Woodbridge and Framlingham. Our luxurious four and five star log cabins are designed to be a home from home and have some excellent facilities including a private hot tub. For more information and to book our log cabin accommodation, just click on the link above.

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Five Reasons to Enjoy a Spring Break at Windmill Lodges

Looking for the perfect UK destination for a country break this spring? Windmill Lodges is the ideal location for a rural log cabin holiday in Suffolk. Our exclusive timber cabins are situated on a luxury site in the heart of the East Anglian countryside, within easy driving distance of the beautiful, historic towns of Woodbridge and Framlingham. Whether you are booking a quiet weekend break, or a family holiday, you can enjoy excellent on-site facilities for the duration of your stay. Read on to find five reasons to book a spring break at Windmill Lodges.

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Excellent On-Site Facilities 

Whether you require holiday accommodation with access to a swimming pool, large grounds for your children to play in, or a barbecue area for al fresco dining, Windmill Lodges has all this and more.

Our on-site facilities includes a large, shared indoor pool, which is open in the spring and summer months, rural grounds to wander in, and each lodge overlooks a picturesque lake  in the centre of the site.

In addition to this, each of our lodges has a charcoal barbecue and outdoor eating area and, best of all, a secluded outdoor hot tub where you can relax at any time of the day or night. And, if you book our stunning, five star Kingfisher Lodge you will have exclusive use of an infra-red sauna for the duration of your stay. You couldn’t wish for a more relaxing UK holiday!

Fantastic Open Air Attractions

While many tourist attractions in Suffolk are likely to be closed in winter, they reopen in spring, which gives you a pick of things to do during the day. Among some of the most popular family-friendly open air attractions is Easton Farm Park, which is an excellent place to visit with young children. This is the time of year your youngest members of the family can see the newborns and enjoy all sorts of activities from feeding and petting the animals, taking pony and train rides, and letting off steam in the outdoor play areas.

Other tourist draws include the excellent Museum of East Anglian Life, in the centre of Stowmarket, where you can explore the rural buildings and take a stroll through the grounds. And, if you like to spot wildlife in their natural habitat, the RSPB Centre at Minsmere hosts year round outdoor activities.

While the most visited tourist facility in Suffolk is Ickworth House, Bury St Edmunds, with its magnificent gardens, closer to Windmill Lodges, are the picturesque Orford and Framlingham Castles. Why not combine your visit with a spot of shopping for a memorable day out?

Better Weather

With the advent of spring comes the better weather. In Suffolk, the spring weather can average between a respectable 7 – 14C, although the highest recorded temperatures in the East of England in April and May have been 25 and 30C respectively.

The warmer weather opens up a host of opportunities including taking a quiet stroll along the beach in Aldeburgh (before crowds arrive and the tourist season starts), and you can buy fresh fish direct from the fishermen, or enjoy an ice-cream on the beach.

Spring is also a great time of year to explore Suffolk’s beautiful towns and villages, such as Dunwich, where you can find out about the buildings under the sea, Thorpeness to see the place that inspired J M Barrie, author of Peter Pan, or Walberswick to enjoy a picnic amongst the sand dunes. Framlingham, Woodbridge, Aldeburgh and Snape also offer excellent shopping opportunities.

Spring Festivals

Suffolk has a host of year-round festivals including great ones to enjoy in spring. The Suffolk Food and Drink Festival in Framlingham takes place over the weekend in mid-April. It is run alongside the Framlingham County Show and you can expect all sorts of delights including food, drink, craft stalls, cookery demonstrations, archery and ringside displays, including a dog show!

If one of your party is happy to drive, head to the Summer Beer Festival on May 2nd and 3rd. It takes place at The Ship at Dunwich, and along with the chance to sample your favourite local beers, there’s craft stalls and live music.

If you are staying longer at Windmill Lodges, why not walk off the pounds at the Suffolk Walking Festival? The festival takes place between May 9th – 31st and gives you plenty of chance to join one of 90 walks in your selected level of difficulty.

Another headlining event is the Bury St Edmunds Festival on May 15th – 24th. It promises to be an exciting day of music, film and celebrations, and there’s a few surprises too such as mixing classical music with jazz and ballet with juggling!

Sporting Activities

If you love the great outdoors you won’t be disappointed as there are a host of activities on offer in Suffolk. From long walks to cycle rides, boating, and more adventurous activities such as archery, clay pigeon shooting, skiing and tobogganing, there is plenty to occupy you near Windmill Lodges. And, with so much going on, there is every excuse to wind down after a long day with a soak in the hot tub during your rural log cabin holidays in Suffolk Click on the link above today to find out about our log cabin availability.

Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Following in the Footsteps of Constable

If you are an art lover, staying in a beautiful log cabin in the Suffolk countryside is a fantastic way to unleash your creativity. If you are fascinated by the works of great British painters, why not spend a day following in the footsteps of the county’s most famous landscape artist, John Constable? From viewing original works by Constable, to visiting the hamlet of Flatford to discover the landscape which inspired his most famous paintings, ‘The Hay Wain’ and ‘The Mill Stream’, it is a great way to unwind. And, if you paint or draw it will leave you full of enthusiasm to re-create your own rural scenes.

Here, Windmill Lodges – an exclusive complex of four and five star luxury log cabins – gives a few ideas on how to spend a day in the trail of Constable.

Stay in Windmill Lodges’ log cabins and explore the scenery which inspired landscape artist John Constable.

Discover Famous Works by Constable 

An ideal first stop is Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich, which is a 35 minute car journey from Saxtead where Windmill Lodges’ exclusive complex is based. Christchurch Mansion, Christchurch Park, is home to the largest collection of Constable paintings outside London. Among the many masterpieces is ‘The Mill Stream’ which was recently cleaned to hail the 200th anniversary of the painting.  The cleaning uncovered the vivid colours of a kingfisher swooping through trees right in the centre of the piece.  The Wolsey Art Gallery (within the mansion) is open Tuesday to Sundays 10am to 5pm, closed Mondays. Entry to the mansion and art gallery is free.

Visit the Landscape that Inspired Constable


After a morning at Christchurch Mansion, head to the stunning hamlet of Flatford (a 35 minute drive from Ipswich or a 43 minute drive from our country cabins), It’s where Constable produced some of his most well known works including ‘Boat Building’ and ‘The White Horse’, and the landscape has changed very little since Constable’s day.

Here, you can walk the pretty riverside trail and see Flatford Mill, owned by Constable’s father, Willy Lot’s Cottage, and the site of 'The Hay Wain’. Discover Bridge Cottage, which was tenanted out by Constable’s father, and where you can view a small but interesting exhibition about the artist’s life. Bridge Cottage can also be seen in a few of Constable’s paintings including ‘View on the Stour near Dedham’ (which features a glimpse of the roof of the cottage).

The attraction is open daily from 10.30 – 5pm spring to summer, and is closed Mondays and Tuesdays in winter, but do check the opening times in advance to avoid disappointment. There is a small charge for parking once you get there. And after your visit, you can round off your morning with a bite to eat at the tea room in Bridge Cottage, or hire a rowing boat on the river.

East Bergholt

This picturesque village, five minutes from Flatford, is the birthplace of Constable. (If you are feeling energetic you can walk or cycle there). Take a wander around the village to find the site of his birth, which is indicated by a plaque between the church, where Constable was christened and his parents and Willy Lot are buried, and the village shop. Not far from the church is Cemetery Lane, where a plaque marks the artist’s former studio. Then, why not enjoy a late lunch at of the excellent restaurants?


Dedham is an eight minute drive from East Bergholt and is where Constable’s father owned the mill and Constable attended a day school after a short stint at a boarding school in Lavenham. There are some interesting independent shops to browse in, and you can view ‘The Ascension’, a Constable original, in the village church.

Finish your off day by a visit to the Art and Craft Centre, before taking the 45 minute drive back to the luxurious environment of your log cabin. And, in the evening you can cook up a culinary delight before taking a relaxing soak in the hot tub.

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Wednesday, 11 February 2015

The Perfect Valentine’s Day Weekend

As Valentine's Day approaches, many couples will be longing to get away from it all and enjoy some romantic time together. If you are looking for ideas for short Suffolk breaks with your loved one, then Windmill Lodges are the answer, sited in one of the most beautiful and unspoilt areas of East Anglia.

This year February 14 falls on Saturday, offering the opportunity for a long weekend in a country location. Our idyllic rural accommodation near Woodbridge and Framlingham is the ideal location to unwind and spend time alone with your loved one, escaping all the strains and stresses of everyday life. 5 star log cabin holidays make the perfect romantic break, since each lodge has its own private hot tub, as well as a four-poster bed. Chaffinch Lodge even has an en-suite double-ended bath.

Our weekend breaks run from Friday to Monday, offering plenty of time to relax, and you'll be greeted with a welcome bottle including wine, for the perfect finishing touch. There's also a coal-effect log fire, so you can snuggle up together in your own little oasis of peace and warmth.

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Sweep Your Valentine off Their Feet
Although it is a tradition dating back to ancient times, St Valentine's Day has become more popular than ever in recent years. Couples of all ages exchange gifts and share a special meal, go out on a date, or enjoy a romantic short break. The focus on this celebration of love and romance is partly a reaction against the hectic pace of modern life, which can all too easily come between couples. Valentine's Day is a reminder for us all to spend quality time with our nearest and dearest and nurture our relationships.

St Valentine was a Roman saint in the 3rd century, and his special day is traditionally linked to Italy – but there is no need to travel abroad for your celebration, because you can find a special place to celebrate the occasion much nearer home.

Take a Romantic Stroll or a Boat Trip
The Suffolk countryside is full of wonderful landscapes to discover at any time of year. But in some ways this area is even more special during the winter months, when you can explore away from the crowds. One of the most romantic spots to visit is Framlingham Castle, which is open at weekends during February. Hold hands with your loved one as you discover the wall walk, with its magnificent views of the countryside around the ancient ruins. Then go on to take a tour of the picturesque market town of Framlingham, or take a trip to nearby Woodbridge, known for its fine range of independent shops, ranging from boutiques and bookshops to delicatessens.

The seaside town of Aldeburgh is another great nearby location, with shops, art galleries and historic buildings including its Moot Hall. Don't miss seeing artist Maggi Hambling's famous Scallop statue on the beach. The town is also famed for its fish and chips – but be prepared to queue! Nearby Snape is home of the famous Maltings Concert Hall, which is best-known for its annual summer festival but also stages concerts and musical events all through the year. The complex boasts a collection of unique shops where you could find a specially-crafted Valentine's gift as a memento of your visit.

What's more, Venice isn't the only romantic location offering trips by water. If you'd like to see Suffolk from aboard a boat, why not book a trip on the restaurant ship the Lady Florence? The vessel sails from Orford all the year round and has a cosy fire aboard during winter.

Enjoy a Valentine's Meal and a Glass of Wine 
Sharing a special meal is all part of what makes Valentine's Day so special. Coastal Suffolk has many quality restaurants and idyllic country pubs for a lunch or dinner with your loved one during your Valentine's weekend. Some eateries are even putting on special menus for the occasion, for instance, the the Kings Head Inn in Orford and the Plough and Sail in Snape, where guests will be greeted with a glass of pink bubbly, and Leading restaurants such as the Galley in Woodbridge and the Lighthouse in Aldeburgh would also be the perfect place to enjoy an intimate dinner.  

However, when you are enjoying short Suffolk breaks at Windmill Lodges, you don't necessarily need to go out for your Valentine's meal, because it is also possible to dine in style at your luxury log cabin accommodation. The well-equipped kitchens make it easy to prepare a special dinner, perhaps featuring fresh Suffolk fish or meat, vegetables and fruit, with some romantic music and a glass of the wine from your welcome basket. What could be a better way to unwind and enjoy some precious time together as a couple?

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