Yes it’s cold, wet and not-quite-spring-yet, but February has plenty of other good things going for it. We look forward to Valentine’s Day, Pancake Day and even Nutella Day! 3 perfect reasons to keep smiling.
Whether you’ve launched into 2020 with a list of resolutions or planned to leave this coming year to fate, there is something undeniably uplifting about the clean slate you only ever get at the start of a new year, let alone a new decade.
It's been an exciting start for us here! We have moved from our farm office into the main reception, which means we get to see all your lovely faces more often. So, at your next visit do pop your head in and say hello. Decorating the empty walls in reception has been a big topic amongst the team. We've spent some time looking into beautiful destinations locally that guests may wish to visit when staying in one of our cabins. We’ve got some great photos and had these printed onto canvas for our walls.
These 10 recommendations are listed below, have you been to any of these places?
Norfolk Broads Windmills - Visit the Norfolk broads and see the windmills that are a beautiful fixture of the county’s landscape. Hardley Windmill, Stubb Mill in Hickling, Horsey Windpump, Stracey Arms Drainage Mill and Thurne Mill.
Southwold Pier - At Southwold Pier, you'll find delicious food, excellent shopping, breath-taking sea views and eccentric British seaside fun reaching 623 feet into the North Sea from the Suffolk coast.
Southwold Beach Huts - With it's sandy beach and beach hut-lined promenade, Southwold offers a wonderful environment, as well as a thriving market town atmosphere.
Aldeburgh Shell - The iconic scallop shell on the beach between Aldeburgh and Thorpeness.
Ickworth House - Explore Ickworth House, which sits at the heart of the estate. One man's passion and vision of an Italianate palace in the heart of Suffolk.
Thornham Walks - 12 miles of well-established and popular permissive walks, with a cafe, a restaurant, a walled garden and some fishing lakes.
Bury Abbey Gardens - The award-winning 14-acre Abbey Gardens is on the site of the former Benedictine Abbey, the Abbey of St Edmund, once one of the richest, largest and most powerful Benedictine monasteries in England.
Knettishall Heath - There is a large area of walks at Knettishall Heath nature reserve, which is managed by the Suffolk Wildlife Trust.
Framlingham Castle - A castle in the market town of Framlingham, home to Ed Sheeran.
Local Farm Walks - Here at Athelington we have a few beautiful walks mapped out for you.
If you visit these places, let us know your thoughts on them! We would really love to be able to keep in touch with you and keep you up to date with the goings on here at Log Cabin Holidays. To be able to do this we would really love it if you could sign up to our newsletter. If you haven't done so already, all you need to do is click the 'Sign Me Up' button on the homepage and fill in your details.
It'll be great to see the days getting lighter, the weather getting warmer and the daffodils arriving soon.