Double sunken baths, riverside walks and panoramic views make this luxury forest retreat a truly romantic destination.
It won’t just be the two of you on a break to Thorpe Forest. You’ll also share the woodland with roaming deer, squirrels and pheasants. Considering how much wildlife’s hanging around, things are surprisingly quiet. You’ll notice this as you amble through the pines and broadleaf trees, and along the banks of the River Thet.
For a more secluded stay, opt for a Golden Oak Hideaway Cabin, and enjoy a romantic soak in its double sunken bath, complete with a panoramic (and thankfully private) view of the surrounding forest. Yes, you’re near the Norfolk Broads and Bury St Edmunds, but if you prefer to stay in and cosy up in front of your wood burning stove, we wouldn’t blame you.
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