Wilsons Lodge is a detached lakeside lodge, sleeping 6, in a secluded fully enclosed setting comprising of a two acre lake surrounded by around three acres of tree-lined pathways/drive and picnic area. It has its own private decking with railings to the front and side with views looking down the lake – a perfect place to relax and watch the abundant wildlife that visits the lake which include kingfishers, woodpeckers, moorhen, geese and the resident carp and roach. There is also a private entrance to the Marriott’s Way, ideal for quiet strolls or cycling.
The village of Lenwade sits in the lovely Wensum Valley, just a twenty minute drive north-west along the A1067 from Norwich, the village has plenty to offer including The Animal Ark and Country Park and The Dinosaur Adventure Park. Rather more sedate pleasures are to be had in the village too there’s the late Victorian Lenwade Mill by the Wensum and the St Faith’s Church in the centre of the village is a small Victorian Mission church that is a nice example of simple but characterful design. Despite being small the village is thriving with several shops including a post office and a pub.