Sparcstudio | Waterside Lodges

Waterside Lodges

‘Waterside Lodges’ providing  luxury accommodation for visitors at Center Parcs, Elveden Forest.

Sparcstudio have expressed the curved plywood structure of the distinctive ‘upturned boat hull’ buildings ( designed by JDA ) throughout the interiors , and have designed bespoke furniture and lighting incorporating subtle boathouse references.

Sparcstudio are proud to be designers for Center Parcs who embrace innovative & new experiences for their guests.

Other Sparcstudio projects include the Spa suites, Woburn Aqua Sana and the new award winning Forest Spa concept at Sherwood Forest, Longford Forest Ireland and Longleat Forest – Wiltshire.

The three bedroom detached   Waterside Lodges sleep 6 people and each a private deck and hot tub.

Set on the edge of the beautiful Elveden Forest lake, each Waterside Lodge is beautifully appointed, with nautical interiors and contemporary Scandi-inspired styling. With three en-suite bedrooms, open-plan living and dining space and a fully-equipped kitchen, they’re perfect for families and groups alike.


If you’re looking for that extra bit of luxury (and you do have pay more than average) you may want to treat yourself to one of three brand new Waterside Lodges at Elveden Forest The lodges' stunning lakeside views are impressive to say the least, allowing all the family to get up close and personal with wildlife on the lake. With bi-fold doors in the main living area, you’re even outside when you’re inside, although you may prefer to take in the views from your own private balcony, which leads from two of the three bedrooms, which are all en-suite.
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Three luxury Waterside Lodges have just opened at Elveden Forest in Suffolk, the first of their kind for Center Parcs. Each has its own hot tub and gas barbecue on a lakeside terrace, plus a private jetty for fishingThe décor is nautical Scandi: oversize porthole windows; rope-framed mirrors; and blueprints of ships, alongside white and blond wood, summery hued fabrics and subtle geometric patterns. The child-friendly touches are impressive: stair gates; little stalls in the bathrooms; a wooden travel cot; tall windows-cum-cubby holes that were soon filled with our son’s toys. They are part of a £20m investment in the holiday park to broaden its appeal and attract extended parties, particularly multi-generational holidaymakers.

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