Discover something new
We are developing a range of experiences at Fritton lead by local experts and guides. To enquire about any of the experiences listed please click through for individual contact details or get in touch with our bookings team below.
Join the restoration effort
Fritton Lake is part of a pioneering 1000 acre re-wilding project at the forefront of the Wild East Foundation. We are allowing nature to take the lead in eco-restoration so to create a ‘wildland’ for all our owners and guests to enjoy. Our passionate and expert guides are offering tours of the project on foot, by jeep and boat to introduce re-wilding and wild foraging along the way. The tours are designed to provoke thought and debate and for the conscientious some light restoration work. Full tours will include eating out in the wild as part of the experience.
Discover local produce
Food and hospitality is central to Fritton Lake. Find out more about our emerging food and drink scene here in the Wild East of England. Together with our more illustrious breweries lead by Adnams, we are delighted to offer group tours of a selection of local breweries and vineyards to hear from their passionate owners and to taste fantastic locally sourced produce.
Enjoy the ride
Formerly a farmstead, Fritton Lake is blessed with wonderful stables. For a small extra charge you can bring your pony on holiday and either enjoy a guided ride around the lakeside woodland or brush up on your show-jumping and dressage. Please note these option is best suited to those staying in our farm cottages.
Get fit at Fritton
Sport, health and well-being are core to your stay here at Fritton Lake... Whilst many of us enjoy a light jog along the woodland path or a cool swim in the lake, there are some who yearn for more. Fritton Lake holds an established triathlon as well as swim and run events throughout the year. Dedicated training weekends are available with expert guidance within the 3 disciplines of a triathlon, making it the perfect place to hone your own fitness.
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.