Lodge that offers hassle-free glamping in the most serene of surroundings
- Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 1 children)
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Not Included
- Well kitted-out kitchen complete with oven, hob and microwave
- Parking outside for ease of unloading
- Prime location for getting out and exploring the neighbouring Suffolk countryside
The Owner Says
The Cedar Lodge has a well kitted-out kitchen complete with oven, hob and microwave. There is a mobile BBQ and decking with table and chairs.
The Cedar Lodge is dog-friendly (see booking page for terms) and has complimentary WiFi. Duvet and pillows provided. Please bring a duvet cover for a double bed, sheets and towels.
Prices from £65 per night for two adults.
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Features & Facilities
Four MegaPods pods with: double bed, sofa bed, wet room (complete with shower and WC), kitchenette with fridge, microwave/oven, tea making facilities and toaster, flat screen Freeview TV (with DVD player). Heating, lighting and electrical points, dining table & chairs, outdoor decking and BBQ area. Two Woodland Lodges; one with a double bed in one room and two singles in the other and the other Lodge has a bed-sofa for a comfy couple's experience. Mobile BBQ outside. Don’t forget to bring your camping gear (bedding, cooking equipment, etc) as this is not provided.
West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village and Moyse’s Hall Museum (01284 758000) are heritage sites and less than 2 miles from West Stow. Featuring living history and event days, workshops, walks and talks, these sites and their events bring history to life. Bury St Edmunds (6 miles) was once home to one of medieval Europe’s most mighty monasteries. Bury has long drawn tourists due to its captivating history. Have a look here at all there is to do in Bury St Edmunds https://www.visit-burystedmunds.co.uk. Many others come to elegant Bury St Edmunds for another reason – beer! Greene King, the huge Suffolk brewer, is based here, and its doors are wide open to eager visitors. Nearby natural attractions include, Lackford Nature Reserve and High Lodge Thetford Forest. Also, worth a mention is https://perennial.org.uk/garden/fullers-mill-garden/ with its fantastic gardens and cafe.
Food & Drink
Bury St Edmunds is famous for it's fantastic food and drink establishments, including The Bury Beer House (01284 766415) have eight pumps dedicated to cask ale, with an ever changing range of beers from local and national brewers. They also offer a selection of simple but tasty bar snacks such as deep fried whitebait and crispy fried brawn with piccalilli. The Woolpack is within walking distance (70 - 90 mins), offering great traditional food (including Sunday lunch), and curry dishes too.
What we LOVE to do is walk to a local pub for a spot of lunch and then walk it off on the way back. Pubs within walking or cycling distance include The Cadogan (01284 728443) which serves good food and drink at sensible prices in a relaxed, friendly environment. This is a 40 minute walk away, approximately. Another new favourite is The Guinness Arms in Icklingham The Guiness Arms which takes approximately one and a half hours to walk to.
From Bury St Edmunds: Head north on Northgate Street and at the roundabout turn right onto Compiegne Way. Go straight over the next roundabout (A134) and continue north before turning left on the B1106. Take the second right and continue north on the B1106/Ingham Road. Keep your eyes peeled, West Stow Pods will be on your left hand side.
Bury St Edmunds serves the site's nearest railway station (4 miles), with all trains operated by Greater Anglia (0845 600 7245)