British Travel Journal

EDITOR'S HIGHLIGHTS

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ENJOYING THE LAKE

The lake is the heartbeat of Fritton Lake - In addition to the main resort hub, watersport­s and open water swimming clubs, the weekly classes including trail running, dancercise and yoga also take advantage of the beautiful views.

SOMERLEYTO­N HALL

Fritton Lake sits as part of the Somerleyto­n country estate, and Somerleyto­n Hall and Gardens are just under four miles away. One of the great Victorian country houses surrounded by 12 acres of arboretum and formal gardens, including Nesfield's famous maze and finely restored parterre. Enjoy cream teas and charming guides.

CLAY AND GRASS COURT TENNIS

The club has four tennis courts, a pair of lawn tennis courts, and two clay, one of which is a new ‘all-weather clay' allowing for year-round play. Tennis coaching is also available.

PONIES ARE WELCOME!

Formerly a farmstead, Fritton Lake is blessed with wonderful stables. For a small extra charge you can bring your pony on holiday and either enjoy a guided ride around the lakeside woodland or brush up on your show-jumping and dressage.

VINEYARD AND BREWERY TOURS

Discover more about the emerging food and drink scene in the Wild East of England by joining a tour with a selection of local breweries and vineyards to hear from passionate owners and to taste fantastic locally sourced produce.

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