Set amongst six acres of woodland, with babbling streams and natural ponds, Wardley Hill Campsite is a haven for those seeking a relaxed holiday, amongst the beautiful countryside of The Suffolk Coast...
Wardley Hill Campsite is located in Kirby Cane, close to the towns of Bungay, Beccles and Halesworth and just a short drive to the Broads National Park. Book a pitch and take advantage of hot showers,
Book a pitch and take advantage of hot showers, clean-composting toilets and fire-drums. Dogs on leads are welcome to join you too!
The site has a no car policy, so after you've parked up in the on-site car park, you can load your tent and bags onto a trolley and walk up to your pitch.
If you would like something a little more luxurious but equally rustic. then why not book the 'Too Posh to Pitch' accommodation...
Lotus Belle Tent:
Equipped with a double bed, duvet, pillows and sheets; save time and stress with a stay in a Lotus Belle Tent. You also have your own stove, and kettle, mugs and glasses.
Hilda Shepherds Hut:
New for 2017! The Shepherds Hut sleeps up to 4 people and is eco-friendly, with power from its own solar panel so you can charge your phone. It comes equipped with 100% cotton sheets, pillows, duvets and a sleeping bag. You have your own composting toilet and a solar shower can be provided if you don't fancy the campsite shower. The cast iron wooden stove and wooden shutters will also keep you warm and cosy at night.
Traditional Family Bell Tent:
The whole family can enjoy a bit of camping luxury with a stay in a Bell Tent. Sleeping 4, the tent comes equipped with coffee making facilities, stove, BBQ, fire pit, solar lighting and bedding.
Tentsile Connect Free Tent:
Spend a night in the trees! These suspended tents are a fun way to camp, but you need to remember your kit as only the tent is provided.
Wonderland Red Lotus Belle:
One of the quirkiest places to stay on The Suffolk Coast, this Lotus Belle Tent is Alice in Wonderland themed; it sleeps up to 4 people, and comes with 100% cotton sheets and duvets, coffee and tea making facilities, a stove and vintage china for your Mad Hatter's Tea Party!
The Hammock Hut:
Sleeping 1 or 2 people in hammocks, the Hammock Hut is ideal for some time alone or with a loved one, getting away from it all. You've got solar lighting, USB charging ports, and forced air heating to keep you warm in the winter months!
The historic town of Bungay is just a few miles away. For the crafters, be sure to stop by Moth Crafts on Upper Olland Street; where you can join in with a range of workshops including card-making, crochet and knitting and stock up on supplies.
Giddens & Thompson Greengrocers will have all you need for your stay; selling seasonal, fresh and locally sourced fruit, veg and produce. Whilst perusing the shops, stop by the Earsham Street Cafe for a delicious lunch, and pop into the Earsham Street Deli to buy local produce including smoked fish from Pinney's of Orford, Munchy Seeds, and chocolate from Pump Street Bakery.
With Spring on the way, the Bigod's Way circular route is ideal for a Sunday morning walk. The 5.5 route starts at the Castle ruins in the centre of town and takes you to the nearby village of Earsham, and back through the 'Saints' and the riverside setting of Ditchingham.
Click below to download the map and route:
For more information on Wardley Hill Campsite, visit www.wardleyhillampsite.co.uk or to book, go to www.wardleyhillcampsite.com/onlinebooking