Lodges in Norfolk with Hot Tubs + Holiday Guide

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Planning a hot tub break in Norfolk, but don’t know which type of accommodation to choose, where to book, or what to do when you’re there? This guide covers the top places to book a lodge with a hot tub in Norfolk. We’ve included the most popular tourist resorts, and covered some must see attractions. 

The Norfolk coast is one of the UK’s most beautiful, which is why tourists flock here in their thousands every single year. Luckily, whether you’re looking to book near Great Yarmouth’s Golden Mile, or the Cromer Pier Theatre (the last of its kind), we’ve got hot tub holiday destinations that are perfect for you.

But, we know there’s lots of choice; dozens of different towns and resorts, alongside 100s of individual properties. That’s why we’ve spent hours researching all that Norfolk has to offer. 

Below we’ve offered up our favourite hot tub lodge in Norfolk. But, if it’s not suitable, don’t worry. There is a property to suit every holiday goer, including romantic weekend retreats, houses and cottages for groups, and lodges with hot tubs suitable for small families.

Our Favourite Hot Tub Lodge in Norfolk

Picking the perfect hot tub break isn’t easy, given there’s so much choice. Through our research, we came across over 100 different cottages and lodges with hot tubs, it can be overwhelming. 

So, we started narrowing down our shortlist. And we did that by checking out popular hot tub lodge and cottage websites such as Booking.com, Expedia, Holiday Cottages, Sykes Cottages and Trip Advisor. 

From there, we could compare property descriptions (so, what’s included), prices, holidaymaker reviews and more. It’s surprising how many of the hot tub lodges we found in Norfolk, actually use a communal hot tub. 

So below, we’ve listed our top pick as one that has a private hot tub (sharing isn’t always it’s cracked up to be)!

Worstead Lodge, Norfolk

Looking for a hot tub lodge in Norfolk, suitable for families and groups, with a modern yet luxurious feel? Worstead Lodge is where you need to book. 

Worstead is the perfect holiday retreat for those looking for sandy beaches and a range of seaside resorts, right on their doorstep. And, for days out, there’s plenty on offer in the local area, including the likes of the Norman Castle in Norwich, sitting alongside excellent dining and shopping facilities. Better still, with this hot tub break, you’ll have a traditional pub within walking distance. 

What You Need To Know About Worstead Hot Tub Lodge

Worstead is a large hot tub lodge that has everything you need for a hot tub retreat, and is suitable for groups, accommodating up to 8 guests. 

But, what should you expect when you book into one of the best hot tub holiday properties?

  • Lodge comes with a private hot tub!
  • Sleeping accommodation for large groups (up to 8 guests)
  • 2 en-suites, plus bathroom and WC
  • Cooking and washing facilities including: oven with hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave
  • Essential utilities including a dryer and washing machine
  • Log burner and central heating
  • Plenty of parking for guests (accommodates 3 cars)
  • Wi-Fi
  • TV
  • BBQ and furniture on the patio area
  • Bike storage 
  • Dog friendly
  • Easy reach to local hot spots including the pub (walking distance), beach (6 miles) and the local shop (3 miles).

Worstead Lodge Hot Tub Accommodation in Summary

Worstead is a lodge based barn conversion, combining stunning character with contemporary design. It’s the perfect place to book a hot tub break for families and large groups, with accommodation for up to 8 guests. And of course, being dog friendly, you’ll be able to bring your four-legged friend too!

Unlike many lodges we found, it comes with a private hot tub (not shared), and is suitable for groups of all ages. Norfolk (and Worstead in particular) plays host to an array of waterways, meaning there are plenty of opportunities for wild swimming, sun bathing, and of course, boat hire. 

And nearby, there are plenty of chances to explore rivers, and the picturesque landscape that Norfolk has to offer via bike, or on foot for a simple hike.

Prefer family day out? There are plenty of things to do locally, including Africa Alive, Blickling and Felbrigg (both properties that are part of the National Trust). And expect to stumble across traditional shops, seaside pubs and more during your stay.

Norfolk Hot Tub Holiday Highlights

This holiday lodge puts you in a centralised position, allowing you easy access to the best that Worstead and the surrounding areas of Norfolk have to offer. And, there’s things to do for groups of all ages. 

Some of the most popular tourist attractions here include: 

  • Ashmanhaugh Light Railway
  • Walcott Beach
  • Wroxham Barns
  • RAF Air Defence Museum
  • Boat Hire on The Broads
  • Wroxham Miniature Worlds
  • Norwich Mystery Treasure Trail

Top Hot Tub Lodge Locations in Norfolk

Norfolk is one of the UK’s favourite coastal retreats, and a perfect place for a hot tub getaway. We’ve already uncovered our top pick, which we chose based on hours of research. But, what if the location or accommodation doesn’t suit your group?

Luckily, there are hot tub lodges, cottages and houses here to suit almost any group, including those that are after accommodation that falls under specific criteria, such as: 

  • Luxury lodge retreats from £2,000-£4,000 per week
  • Hideaways perfect for a romantic retreat
  • Group lodge accommodation, suited for up to 16 guests
  • Dog friendly hot tub lodges throughout Norfolk
  • Last minute deals at bargain prices scattering the Norfolk Coast.

Got your heart set on a certain type of accommodation, but not sure where to stay? Here are our favourite places to book a hot tub break in Norfolk: 

  • Great Yarmouth
  • Norwich
  • Old Hunstanton
  • Wroxham
  • Blakeney
  • Holkham

Why Book a Hot Tub Lodge Break in Norfolk?

Love the hustle bustle of city life, and looking for a romantic retreat in Norwich? Want the perfect beach getaway, and heading to Great Yarmouth? Or, prefer the peace and quiet that comes with a more secluded location such as Wroxham?

Norfolk, and in particular, the Norfolk Coast, has some stunning locations to choose from. The question is, what is there to do when you’re there? 

Here are some of our favourite things to do on a getaway in Norfolk.

Things to Do in the Norfolk

Seal Watching

Want to combine sea views, the outdoors and wildlife all in one? Then seal watching is for you. 

The Norfolk Coastline is littered with seals, mostly Common seals, but Grey seals too. On an average year, sitting just off Blakeney Point, the colony is 2,500 strong. 

To book a trip, you’ll need to head to Blakeney harbour or Morston Quay, where you’ll be able to register your interest. A typical boat tour will last around an hour in the colder months, but can go as long as too. 

If seal watching sounds like the perfect day out for your group or family, we’d suggest reading through the Norfolk Tourism website. You’ll be able to get all the contacts you need to get booked in.

Golf Retreats in Norfolk

Norfolk is popular with golfers, and it’s easy to see why. Golf holidays here put golfers in the perfect position to play some of the best courses in the UK. And, it’s not like there’s just one on offer; you’re going to be spoilt for choice. 

Our picks? If you’re on a golf holiday in Norfolk, try and plan to play the likes of: 

  • King's Lynn Golf Club
  • Royal Cromer Golf Club
  • Dunston Hall
  • Swaffham Golf Club
  • Eaton Golf Club

Sailing

Looking for an activity that combines the outdoors, with everyone that’s joined you on your hot tub break in Norfolk? We’d suggest sailing. 

Like a lot of activities in Norfolk, sailing happens most in Blakeney. The problem is here, you’re going to need your own boat. No boat? You should head to Brancaster Staithe or the Millennium Activity Centre. 

Alternatively you can head over to Hunstanton and the east coast of Norfolk. At both locations, you’ll be able to learn to windsurf and kitesurf.

Scratby Beach

It would be criminal to not visit a beach while on holiday in the Norfolk Coast. And, our favourite is Scratby Beach. 

Scratby is one of the lesser known beaches in Norfolk, and that means it’s much quieter than the others. You’ll be able to enjoy fishing, swimming, or simply sun bathing. And better still, unlike some of the busier beaches in Norfolk, it’s dog friendly!