The peace and quiet of this campsites' surroundings make this an ideal location for a 'get away from it all' relaxing break, with panoramic views over the farmland for those lazy breakfasts and stunning sunsets as a backdrop for your barbecues after a days' fishing or sightseeing.
Situated between the coastal towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh with many miles of walks and cycle rides in the area and a good choice of traditional local pubs to refresh yourself en-route, there’s no better place to relax and make the most of what Suffolk has to offer.
Back at the campsite, you’ll find friendly, helpful staff who are only too happy to answer your queries and supply you with any local information you may need. There are 40 spacious grass and hardstanding touring pitches, all with electric hook up available and fresh water taps close by.
The site has 2 heated toilet/shower blocks, each with its own disabled access toilet/shower room. There is also a utility room attached to each block and a freezer available to refreeze your ice blocks and a small but well-stocked licensed shop.
During 2020 there may be a reduction in services due to COVID. Please see the website for information on COVID secure procedures.
For the anglers there are two well stocked fishing lakes. The old lake has a ramped access path and an easy access fishing platform. For 4 legged campers, there are designated off-road dog walking trails around the farm.
Online booking is available through the website www.suffolkcamping.webs.com
The lakes are stocked with carp, bream, tench, roach and rudd. Carp up to 30LB.
A new wildlife area has been created with a wetland habitat and pond.
The recently renovated Gooda's Barn is open as a self-catering holiday rental. With four family rooms, shared access to three bathrooms, including a wet room, a large kitchen/dining area and two living areas, Gooda’s Barn will be able to sleep up to 10 people. It has been designed to be disabled friendly, with ground floor bedrooms and easy access.
Ideal for a large family or group of friends looking for a holiday close to the Suffolk Coast.