A delicate patchwork of pines, heathland, and broadleaf trees
Thorpe Forest lies in woodland on the banks of the River Thet, close to where the Norfolk and Suffolk borders meet. Here you can escape and enjoy peace and tranquillity, a rich variety of British wildlife, and an array of attractions in the local area. Create your perfect holiday in this stunning location.
All of our cabins come with a hot tub as standard, perfect for group getaways, family holidays or a couples retreat. Unwind after a busy day and feel at one with nature. Some of our cabins also include: a gas barbecue, log burning stove, and outdoor kitchen on the decking.
Thorpe Forest is great for...
Sailing on the Norfolk Broads
A day out to Great Yarmouth
Seal watching at Blakeney Point
Shopping at Bury St Edmunds
Tree climbing on-location at Thorpe Forest
Wells-Next-The-Sea’s famous beach huts
Our easy pay monthly option means you can spread the cost of your stay, including many activities and extras. Plan your perfect escape today - book now, add your extras, then split into manageable monthly payments before your break.
At Thorpe Forest you'll find some of the most unique wildlife in the UK
Thorpe Forest’s varied habitats are home to several different plant species that you may spot as you stroll around the location. The open glade at Thorpe Forest has dry sandy soils, providing perfect conditions for a species rich grassland.
One plant you are likely to see is Germander Speedwell which grows in large clumps. Its small bright blue flowers with a white centre are said to be a good luck charm for travelers.
From open glades to shaded woodland paths, Thorpe Forest provides a wide variety of habitats for many different animals. Three of the UK’s 6 species of reptile have been spotted here. Look out for the common lizard, but be sharp eyed as they are fast movers and like to stay hidden. You may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of one basking in the warm sun.