Little Lodge Farm, Santon Downham, Brandon, Suffolk. IP27 0TX
Bring your horse on holiday
An ideal holiday destination for horse owners who wish to take their equine friend on holiday
Set in the heart of Thetford Forest on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, we can offer a unique horse holiday experience.
Our fully equipped stunning log cabins and Executive lodge are spacious and comfortable, which along with our mobile home, offers self catering accommodation for you, whilst your travelling equine companion has stabling and turn out.
What makes us so unique is the fact that we can guarantee all year, all weather riding, due to the nature of our light sandy soil.
With our location in the forest, many bridle paths lead direct from our farm, so you can ride for miles without coming close to any road work.
“The whole week was perfect, excellent riding”
“Book this centre, you will not regret it. A magical, serene but exciting place for you and your horse. We were all blown away “
“We have all thoroughly enjoyed our stay, the area is beautiful and facilities are brilliant. Can’t wait to come back soon “
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Don’t worry - you can still enjoy the wonderful surroundings and stay in one of our fully equipped luxury log cabins, static mobiles homes, camp or bring your own caravan.
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The farm itself is situated down a one mile tree-lined drive, with the farmhouse being located in the corner of the 150 acre dog-leg clearing. Bordered by Thetford Forest and the gentle meandering Little Ouse River, the farm is an oasis of peace and tranquility far removed from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
We have created a highly successful conservation area within the fields, in which a large number of skylarks and other ground nesting birds can regularly be seen.
The farm is a working farm with pigs, as well as a livery yard. The farmhouse, buildings and stables are surrounded by meadows, paddocks and fields put down to grass for hay making.