Great Yarmouth & Lowestoft
Danny Boyle filmed scenes from “Yesterday” on Gorleston beach and fell in love with this area. It’s not difficult to see why. A mild dry climate, broad blue skies and leisure activities for all ages in this wonderful corner of England.
Fairway Lakes is close to six beaches rated “Excellent” by the Environment Agency for cleanliness of sand and sea in 2019:
- Great Yarmouth
- Lowestoft – North Beach
- Lowestoft – South Beach
Situated on an 18-hole Par 73 Golf Course
Fairway Lakes is sited on Caldecott Hall, which has a large golf facility that includes:
- 18 hole main course (par 73)
- 18 hole par 3 course (par 54)
- Practice green & Nets
- Golf shop
- PGA Professional
- Club House with bar and food available
- 25% Discount for lodge guests
On Site facilities include: 18 hole Golf Course (25% discount for golf included); Barnworks gym and spa (includes beautician – prior booking required); 3 fishing ponds well stocked with carp.
Norfolk is famous for its broads – you can hire boats, canoes or engage in birdwatching locally.
Fairway Lakes is a perfect place for walking – from seafront to woods to the Roman fort at Burgh Castle.
Caldecott Hall has its own bar and restaurants and there’s a wealth of fine dining available close by.
Gym & Spa
‘The Barn Works’ is an on-site fitness spa with its state of the art cardio vascular and resistance equipment that complements a striking pool, spa and steam room.
You’ll be spoilt for choice – the 12th century Tolhouse gaol museum, Time & Tide, the Nelson Museum and Elizabethan House are all in Great Yarmouth.
Open water swimming is freely available for the hardy along the local coastline; there’s a historic lido at Beccles and The Barn Works on the site.
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