Wireless Internet Connection is available, full details will be given during the welcome procedure.


Dormitory April 15A total of 46 beds are available in the centre -

  • Two dormitories each sleeping 14 in bunk beds – named Beaver and Badger.  Duvet and pillow provided – bring own duvet cover, pillow case, bottom sheet or sleeping bag.
  • One double bedroom with twin beds, duvet and pillows provided.
  • One double bedroom with bunk beds, duvet and pillows provided.
  • One first aid room with bed fully equipped with lockable cupboard, bring your own basic first aid kit.
  • Administrator's office.
  • Two free showers, 5 washbasins, 2 toilets with paper towels provided.
  • Separate toilet, basin and free shower for the disabled.
  • Separate toilet
  • Central heating throughout the building set on timer.
  • Babies/young children – ask when booking for a baby mat, potty, training seat, young travel cot, bottle warmer.
  • Pay Telephone 01603 737587.

Main hall April 15Large hall/dining Room:

  • 6 x lge, 4 x med Gopak tables for crafts and dining
  • 80 chairs
  • Serving hatch to Kitchen
  • Small comfy chair corner
  • Video/DVD player with some videos
  • Radio cassette/CD player
  • Piano
  • Pin boards around the room for display material

Fully Furnished Kitchen:

  • Crockery, glasses and cutlery
  • Cooking pots and utensils
  • Dishwasher
  • Large fridge
  • Three small chest freezers situated in hall cupboard
  • 6 burner calor gas cooker (no grill)
  • 6 slot commercial toaster and sandwich maker
  • Microwave cooker
  • Tea towels



This dormer style accommodation contains a four bedded leader's room, the Indaba room, which has some equipment for crafts.   There is an outside staircase for emergency evacuation at the end of the Indaba Room.

Indaba Room: 

This room is available for crafts or extra sleeping accommodation for Guiders/Young Leaders and contains the following equipment: 

  • 4 Go Pak tables
  • Chairs
  • 10 Z-beds
  • En suite shower, hand basin and toilet
  • Separate toilet
  • Sink unit



At present Patteson Lodge is the home of Girlguiding Norfolk’s Archive and collection of Guilding ephemera.

The Archive records, through photos, logs and minutes the events, progress and fun that members of Girlguiding Norfolk have enjoyed over the past 90 years or so.

The Archive can be viewed and used when booked in advance via the Administrator.