With its open spaces and stunning countryside, the Suffolk coast is an ideal destination for anyone wanting to spend a night under the stars.
No matter what your budget, age or interests, we’ve got the ideal outdoor sleeping spot for you!
Whether you’re looking for a weekend of relaxation, warming stove and a double bed, or an outdoor adventure packed with action and exhilaration, you’ll find it here on The Suffolk Coast.
The seaside village of Walberswick
is just across the river from the picturesque seaside town of Southwold.
With just 20 pitches available, Walberswick campsite is very popular despite its basic facilities.
Wake up early and head into Southwold for breakfast and to pick up some supplies before heading back to Walberswick for a crabbing and ice creams. Finish the day with a fish and chip supper or choose from one of the two pubs
serving locally sourced produce.
Head inland and you will discover miles of country lanes for walking and cycling, inns serving a selection of local ales and the village of Minsmere
, home to RSPB Springwatch. Mill Hill Farm Caravan and Campsite
features a 2 acre lake ideal for fishing and a range of pitches suitable for both camping and caravans. Perfectly situated between Southwold and Aldeburgh
Mill Hill Farm is ideal for exploring the Suffolk coast countryside.
If glamping is more your thing, Suffolk Yurt Holidays offer well equipped, luxurious, sustainable facilities, cosy wood burning stoves and a lovely campfire.
Facilities include bike hire and environmentally friendly showers with underfloor heating, and if you really want to treat yourselves, guests receive exclusive discount at the nearby 5* Ufford Park Spa.
Located inland at Wickham Market and winner of the Best Campsite Award UK 2010, is The Orchard Campsite. Set in eight acres of woodland, The Orchard offers ‘Star gazing’ and ‘Alien Encounter’ weekends for those looking for something a little different. Choose to stay in one of the beautiful hand crafted gypsy caravans complete with wood-burning stoves or bring your own tent and snuggle up beside an open fire whilst toasting marshmallows.
Whatever the level of comfort you desire, you’re sure to have a memorable stay when camping on The Suffolk Coast.