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Fritton Lake - CLOSED

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blupeter wrote a review Mar 2020
Lincoln, United Kingdom8 contributions2 helpful votes
We have visited for a few years,last visit was not the best.sevice not good. We had a few problem with lodge bath room drains not good.no keys for one Of the French doors,we told staff but they did not want to know.not one or best Weeks.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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jackie h wrote a review Sep 2019
Gloucester, United Kingdom38 contributions11 helpful votes
We tried to get to Fritton Lake and ended up going round and round in circles trying to pick up the road signs. When we eventually got there we were told that the public are no longer welcome unless they are staying in a Lakeside Lodge. So this huge lake that used to be a Country Park is now off limits. 😞😞😞
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Date of experience: September 2019
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MissSabina wrote a review Sep 2019
Woodbridge, United Kingdom1 contribution4 helpful votes
On the internet it states if your eat or drink at the Fritton arms you can gain access to the lake, which for some reason has been made private to the public unless you are staying, eating or drinking at this establishment. However we stayied for a drink with our two dogs, we asked the bar maid which way dp we go for the lake, and she explained that unless we are staying here we can not access the lake... so dont be fooled by what the internet says, you can not go to fritton lakes anymore unless you are a resident, even though the pub sign says open to patrons and residents of fritton arms. What a shame, if it's a money thing you could just charge "outsiders" 2 or 3 pounds for access to walk around instead of turning them away.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Cjellis wrote a review Aug 2019
1 contribution3 helpful votes
We have gone to visit Fritton lake a number of times in the past. Last time we went it was a shock at how expensive it has become. Today my brother (11 years old. ASD) asked to go to fritton lake as we hadn't been for quite some while. I looked online and after seeing a variety of unhelpful sites/links I found a page saying you could still access the gardens. Great. Went all the way there. Followed signs saying day visitors. Went inside to then find out that no, in actual fact only guests staying on property can access the grounds. Wasted journey and a very unhappy young boy.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Stacie N wrote a review May 2019
1 contribution7 helpful votes
We went out for the days we did go 2 years ago so we didint know that things had changed we sat outside the back of the pub on the grass where the benches was eating our pack lunch we then had the owner who came out came across very rude maybe just a excuse me it’s all changed now to private so if it’s possible could you please leave but no he came out saying umm this is a pub you should not being eating out here with your pack lunches what do you think you are doing he was very rude and not nicely mannered we was all very shocked and some of us Had actually spend 30 pounds as we got a drink in the pub and used the facilities which was the boats on the lake we didint like the way we was spoken to
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Date of experience: May 2019
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