Fritton Lake is set in the Wild East of England, on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. There is so much to explore around us; within twenty minutes you can be at the coast, on the Norfolk Broads, exploring one of the pretty villages or in the lively heart of Norwich.
Once you have sampled Fritton Lake’s extensive list of activities, unspoilt sustainable wildland and unrivalled seasonal food, you may want to explore the best our beautiful region has to offer. Our guide is designed to be your starting point. Enjoy!
Walk to the Duke’s Head, our village pub on the river Waveney, or access the Norfolk Broads with a day boat hired from St Olaves. From here you can drift down to Somerleyton moorings, passing by our historic windmill along the way.
Fritton Lake sits as part of the Somerleyton country estate. Somerleyton Hall and Gardens is just under four miles away and is open from Easter to September inclusive. One of the great Victorian country houses sits almost unreal in the Arcadian park surrounded by 12 acres of arboretum and formal gardens including Nesfield’s famous maze and finely restored parterre. Enjoy cream teas and charming guides.