A Home Away From Home

Treeview Lodge

Uggeshall, Suffolk, NR34 8BE
Sleeps 2 + 2 + cot

Holiday in the stylishly converted first floor self catering accommodation

Tucked away in a secluded corner of the village of Uggeshall, the stylishly converted first floor self catering holiday accommodation is set in the grounds of the owners’ Georgian home comprising of about 3 acres. 

Treeview Lodge features both contemporary and traditional characteristics.  Not only does it offer a cosy and relaxing stay for romantic retreats, and a comfortable base for the more adventurous, but it also welcomes families looking for a peaceful haven after a day of excitement.

Overlooking a beautiful pond, guests can enjoy their holiday meals al fresco, whilst being surrounded by wildlife including squirrels, owls, deer and the occasional kingfisher. With the property enclosed by woods and fields, one cannot fail to be in touch with nature, and benefit from the peace and tranquility of the stunning location.  

43 inch TV




Outside area

Bed linen

Safe and secluded

Golf nearby

Bike store

Shop and pub 1 mile

Hichair/ cot available

Coast within 5 Miles

Holiday at Treeview Lodge

This stylish holiday lodge is accessed by an outdoor staircase leading to a small balcony from which beautiful woodland and pond views can be enjoyed. Using a keycode to enter into the accommodation, guests arrive into an open-plan kitchen and dining area.  Along with tea and coffee making facilities, the fully equipped, fitted kitchen features a dishwasher, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave oven, toaster and induction cooker with two ovens.

Comfortable 6/7 seat corner sofa


Adjacent to the kitchen and dining area is the living area which boasts a large and comfortable 6/7 seat corner sofa with scatter cushions, a coffee table and a 43″ Smart TV & WIFI is provided throughout the accommodation. Light and airy with windows on two aspects, and beautifully decorated with wood effect flooring and a scattering of rugs throughout, this really is an area to kick back and relax.

A shower room which comprises a glass screened and tiled shower area with a high-pressure shower, toilet, and a wash basin set into a vanity unit allowing ample storage space. A towel radiator will ensure towels dry effectively. 

Opposite the shower room is the second bedroom with either two 2’6″ single beds or these can be linked together to form a double bed. A small chest of drawers and TV are also in this versatile space.

The master bedroom is at the opposite end of the property from the entrance, and with two windows on different aspects, here guests can relax in peace and quiet. 

A rustic, wooden and very comfortable super- king size bed awaits guests, complete with bedside tables. In addition to this, a chest of drawers, a wardrobe and a vanity basin with a mirror over complement the room ensuring everything required for a restful stay and a wonderful holiday.

Outdoor Dining

As well as making use of the small balcony at the entrance of the property, guests can relax and enjoy the secluded area around the large pond where a picnic table is provided for outdoor dining.  Here, a multitude of flora and fauna can be seen, both in and out of the water. Please be aware that children must be supervised in this area at all times.

Traditional Barn

The property is heated by efficient electric radiators and has numerous sockets for the use of hairdryers, kitchen equipment and the ever important charger plugs. Due to Treeview Lodge being a first floor property in the style of a traditional barn, the ceilings are vaulted and many of the windows are skylights. For larger parties, this property can be used in conjunction with Tommy’s End.


  • Ample off road parking
  • Dishwasher
  • Bed linen provided
  • Safe, quiet and secluded accommodation and grounds
  • WiFi
  • Welcome pack
  • Family friendly
  • 43 inch TV
  • Outside area
  • Single night stays
  • Nearest beach 5 miles (Southwold)
  • Nearest pub 1 mile
  • Nearest shop 1 mile
  • Postcode: NR34 8BE
Checkin & Checkout
By arrangement with checkout no later than 10am
Cancellation Policy
Deposit not returned but guests can reschedule their visit.
Check availability
Below is the availability of Treeview lodge

Tommy’s End

Although a part of the owners’ house, Tommy’s End has a separate entrance and facilities. Accessed by an outside staircase, guests enter the room via a small balcony.

The carpeted room consists of a wooden king size bed, television, clothes hanging space, chest of drawers and a table with stools to complement. The views take in the garden and lawns of the owners’ Georgian house.

A kitchenette with tea/coffee making facilities, fridge, sink and cutlery and crockery leads to a fully tiled shower room with electric shower, toilet and basin with mirror over.

Bedlinen, towels, hairdryer and WIFI are included.


Location & Nearby Attractions

Positioned only 3 miles from the Suffolk Heritage Coast, the small village of Uggeshall, nestled in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, affords easy access to both inland and seaside adventures.

The village is easily accessed, being only a mile from the A12, and the country lanes and footpaths around the village are ideal for cyclists and walkers with many well-marked routes.   A thatched church, dating back to the 12thCentury, is both an interesting and impressive centre-piece of the village, with many of the houses being equally appealing.  A pub and village shop (both very well stocked!) are only a mile away.

A short drive inland from Uggeshall takes you to Beccles, a pretty market town which boasts a wealth of shops (many of which are independent), restaurants and bars and is situated in the Broads National Park.  Here, boats can be hired to explore the Broads and other facilities include canoeing, paddle boarding and sailing for those wanting to get closer to the water. Further inland, the medieval city of Norwich awaits you with its cathedrals, castle and quiet cobbled streets, as well as a multitude of shops and restaurants. 

Just a 3 mile drive from Uggeshall towards the coast and you reach Southwold, a small town famous for its quintessentially British feel, colourful beachhuts, lighthouse and Adnams beer (and gin!).  With the pier, promenade and beach – Southwold always offers a good day out. Just across the river is Walberswick, a pretty seaside village well known for the practice of crabbing, and continue a little further south and you are greeted by Dunwich, now a small village, but in the 13thCentury one of the largest ports in the country. The museum here will transport you through the history of the once large city.  Near to Dunwich is the RSPB Minsmere Reserve which attracts many diverse species of wildlife.

Holiday in Suffolk in Style

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Price from £80. For all enquiries please call Jane on 07896315052

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