Stoke Hall Farm

Church Lane, Stoke Ash, Eye, Suffolk, IP23 7ET

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Much improved entrance to the site, more direct route from the road.

Farm Walks

Level, lawned pitching area

Footpath to Public House (600 yds)

Thornham Walks

Rare breed livestock farm - meat products for sale (home grown)

Church adjacent

Sue and Len Manning look forward to welcoming you to their CL

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Recycling facilities
  • Working farm

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Pitches

Types of pitch: grass

Electric hook up available

Useful Info

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
IP23 7ET
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GPS:
Lat 52.291564 / Lon 1.100027
OS field ref:
TM117706
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: rural surrounding area
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Another fantastic holiday

Thank you Len, Sue and Emma for making us so welcome again and special thanks to you Len when we had puncture. This site is unbelievable, very spacious, flat, well mown grass, but the most unbelievable thing is apart from other visitors for the odd night or two, for three weeks we were on our own, just cannot understand it but very nice for us. We were there for most of June. Suffolk in itself is well worth a visit, lots of things and places to go, nice walks, good beaches, picturesque towns and villages.
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The perfect CL

I was hesitant in leaving a review as I didn’t want to share this great find ;) This really is one of the best CLs we have visited. We were greeted by the owner who helped us reverse our van as we went the wrong way, thank you Len! Weather was awful for our stay but the site and pitch was well drained. Lovely spacious pitches with lovely dog walks nearby. Very quiet and peaceful location with good access to A140. We will definitely be returning and very soon.
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Another lovely stay

Just a couple of nights, but another lovely stay. We waited for the weather to improve, and after a few days of sun the footpaths around the area were just fine for dog walking. Lovely welcome from the family, and enjoyed the goose eggs, one does two of us, they are huge! The scenery is so pretty, the whole area is great to pootle about in walking and in the car. Shopping in Diss has all you need, and a nice relaxing town to visit, with plenty of eating places, shops and a lovely lake to sit by. Left with a dozen eggs from the white hens too. Will def be back, just amazed we were the only caravan there at the time, though others had been that week. Lots of animals to see, sheep with lambs, cattle, pigs, chickens, geese and guinea fowl, and a truly relaxing spot with relaxed owners, who are most at ease with our well behaved happy dogs not having to be tied up. We got over the A140 a number of times to walk without issues, you have to dash for sure, it isn’t so far away but the site is very well sheltered from any intrusive noise. We’ll be back!!
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Nice Visit

Stayed for 3 nights. Owners were friendly and helpful. Lovely for a rest and the tranquillity. However, the walks are mainly bridleways so a little difficult if not able bodied. Pubs we were told of were not too far, but to cross the A140 would be a nightmare. Would recommend this well kept site.
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wonderful stay

Lovely maintained site very spacious, with lovely walk on the bridal path to see the cows and calves, very well kept and extremely friendly owners . weather was not brilliant, but still enjoyed our stay, would recommend this site .
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