Five Islands House

Five Islands House was our old family home, which has now been refurbished to a high standard and is able to sleep six people.

Sitting within its own gardens, the house offers beautiful views overlooking Homersfield Lake.

It also allows us to offer the house to families with children as the garden is fully fenced off.

Weekly bookings run from Friday to Friday. We take bookings for either one week or two week periods.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Five Islands Price List 2022

Availability shown below. Please contact us for prices

Lake is closed for fishing from 14 May – 18 June 2022

Friday – Friday bookings

10 June – 22 July BOOKED

22 July – 29 July BOOKED

29 July – 12 August 

12 August – 19 August BOOKED

19 August – 09 September 

09 September – 23 September BOOKED

23 September – 21 October 

21 October – 28 October BOOKED 

28 October – 16 December  



Here is an an example of why Cambridge is such a unique place to visit 

Things to do..

Whether you wish to rent Five Islands for walking, bird watching or cycling, this property is a perfect place to stay and relax. Situated just 100 metres from the River Waveney, this allows guests to explore the Waveney Valley and all that our region in East Anglia has to offer.

Cycling/Hiking and Walkers

For those who wish to get away and experience and explore the beautiful and unspoilt Waveney Valley, here is an extensive list of walking guides from the popular local Waveney Amblers organisation. 

For keen cyclists, like ourselves, there are some superb National cycle routes which pass through picturesque towns of Bungay and Beccles, or if you want to cycle further afield why not cycle to Southwold.

Other places of interest…

Broads – How about hiring a boat to explore the Waveney Valley and the New Broads National Park at your own pace.  

Southwold – This coastal town is only an 18-mile drive from Homersfield. Quintessentially British, with its sandy beach and beach hut lined promenade, its offers a wonderful, relaxing experience for any visitor.

Aldeburgh – A 26-mile drive to this charming seaside town. A high street full of boutique shops and galleries, offers any visitor a delightful browsing experience.

Dunwich – Nestled in-between Southwold and Aldeburgh, this quiet idyllic village is steeped in history of being Britain’s lost city. A place for walkers, cyclists and bird watching.

Minsmere – RSPB Minsmere is a nature reserve owned and managed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds at Minsmere, Suffolk. a wonderful place for birdwatching and photography.

Norwich – Norwich is considered the capital of East Anglia and has much to offer any visitor. Only a 25 minute drive into this historic city.

Cambridge – Only an hour’s drive away, Cambridge boasts one of the world’s most prestigious universities in the world. This town is filled with history, tradition and charm. 

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