Stackyard Nursery Caravan Meadow

Stackyard Nursery, Old Station Road, Mendlesham, Suffolk, IP14 5RS

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

The Caravan Meadow is a Club CL site, set in the heart of rural Suffolk on the Stackyard Nursery where we grow trees and shrubs and raise our own pigs, sheep and chickens on a 12 acre site adjacent to the thriving village of Mendlesham and directly opposite the woods with walking routes and a Snakeshead Fritillary (best seen in spring).

The site is flat with its own entrance and hard standing making it a perfect all weather location. The half acre meadow has been planted with trees and hedging to provide shade and shelter the choice is yours where you park. In addition 5 bays each with their own water and electrical points have been provided that can be easily accessed directly from the hard standing.

We welcome dogs however, due to fact that we have animals on site and for the peace and quiet of other on site, we would ask that they are keep under control on a lead.

The site is an excellent location for exploring the local area which is well endowed with walks including Thornham (5.5 miles), the Mid Suffolk Light Railway Museum (3.6 miles) the Museum of East Anglian Rural Life (7 miles) and pubs serving local produce and local shops.

Centrally located in East Anglia, the site makes an excellent base for visits to the region:-

  • Norwich 32 miles
  • Ipswich 17 miles
  • Bury St Edmunds 31 miles
  • Newmarket 36 miles
  • Southwold 36 miles
  • Aldeburg 32 miles
  • Cambridge 49 miles
  • Lavenham/Long Melford 21/25 miles


East Anglia and Suffolk, in particular, is blessed with a wealth of attractions for the visitor who are looking for a quiet escape walking, cycling, fishing or driving down a network of rural roads and paths. The National Trust is well represented by; Flatford nestled by the river Stour with its many iconic views captured by John Constable’s paintings, Lavenham and its Guildhall are one of the best preserved medieval villages in Britain, Sutton Hoo home to one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time an Anglo-Saxon kings burial ground to name but a few. Birdwatching can be enjoyed at RSPB Minsmere home to BBC’s Springwatch 2016 or one of the quieter spots down the Suffolk Coast and Heath.

East Anglia has less rain than any other part of Britain along with its flat landscape combine to make the outdoor holiday more pleasurable at all times of the year.

For the keen gardener staying at the Stackyard Caravan Meadow you will be able to visit the many plant nurseries in the area including our own at which we would like to offer you 10% off any plants purchased during your stay.

Karon and Simon look forward to welcoming you to their CL.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Shop
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

Prices

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0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
IP14 5RS
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GPS:
Lat 52.245076 / Lon 1.0785
OS field ref:
TM102651
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Stop and Hail bus service from Stowmarket-Ipswich-Diss
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Harwich (45 miles)

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Excellent site for Suffolk

Stackyard Nursery Caravan Meadow
Easy to find and very pleasantly surprised at the excellent pitch layouts, flexibility on pitching, and views. What makes this site for people of our age, is the provision of a water tap for each pitch enabling plumbing-in; making our stay of 16 nights even more enjoyable. Karon very welcoming and provided us some very useful information on the area, as we're hoping to move to Suffolk; the CL provided an excellent central base for our excursions. Mendlesham village is an easy walk away through the Vicarage Woods, avoiding the road. This wooded area maintained by the community and excellent with a network of paths. One of the best stocked village shops we've encountered, and the largest portion from the fish and chip shop we've ever seen! Road noise not really a problem; if you live in a rural area you come to expect farm traffic. May well be back to continue our property search. Thanks Mark Aberdeenshire

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Reviewed on 05/09/2023 18:46

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Lovely visit with Grandchildren

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We had a lovely couple of days at Stackyard Nursery. A caravanning adventure for my three young grandchildren. The pitches are flat and are separated by low hedges with each pitch having its own water tap and electric. There is plenty of space to pull in off the road before you go through the locked gate - Karen gave us the number code when we booked. There is a brilliant children’s play area just down the road from Stackyard, we flew kites and they played on the play equipment. Tea was fish, battered sausages and chips. The local pub The King’s Head doesn’t do food but the Landlord and team are very happy for people to eat their fish and chips either inside or outside the Pub. Opposite Stackyard is the Millenium woods where there are lovely walks through the trees and meadows. On the second day we went to Hog and Hen Farm shop near Debenham where they have a Farm Trail. The boys had a wonderful time there. All in all a great adventure.

MikeSue

Reviewed on 04/09/2023 23:00

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Recently spent 4 nights here. 5 grass pitches, with hard standing on the entrance road next to the pitch if necessary. The pitches are largely level, separated by small trees and bushes. Electricity & water to each pitch. Grey water in the hedge. (we are in a PVC, so just run a pipe from drain valve into hedge and leave open whilst on the pitch) Pitches were dry and firm even after a serious thunder storm. From the look of the ground, it could be soft in long term bad weather. On booking you get a code for the padlock on the gate, so you can enter the site on arrival and get set up - choose your pitch from those vacant. Karen came and saw us later to make sure all was well. I did pay her then, because we had the correct money - if not there is an honesty box system. There is a large grass area (mowed) in front of the pitches, and the field is hedged - so open outlook, but no views. Yes there is some road noise, it is the road into the village. It didnt disturb us, even when sitting outside, and certainly not at night. In fact I had better nights than I often do when away in the van. We had a very pleasant break, and would use the site again if in the area.

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Reviewed on 24/06/2022 20:51

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Very efficient booking with Karen and no problems arriving quite late on a Friday. Pitch is perfectly level and well serviced with individual water and electricity. Owners are very friendly and welcoming. We will return .

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We used Stackyard Nursery C.L. in June 2019 and found Karon & Simon very welcoming and lovely.The weather was dry and sunny (mostly) and the site although flat is a bit rough in places. You have your own electric and water point & the grey water goes into the hedge (with the owners permission!) great for folks with bad knees! The toilet point is only 50 yds. or so away, although you have to unlock the padlock to open the gate first, but it's a bit of a rough emptying place & the water pressure is very low, making the whole procedure very slow. The MAIN problem with the site is the ROAD NOISE, which is only 20 yds. or so away from the vans. (The owners are aware of this fact.) A Hovis grain store is just down the road & the grain lorries start rumbling in at about 06.00 hrs until 2000 hrs. The local traffic is virtually constant. caused by 40 new houses being built 100 yds. away and the further increase in 30 or so other new houses already built in the village. All the traffic is using this quiet road as a 'rat' run because of the road works on the A14!! We know it's not Karon & Simon's fault, but it did spoil our holiday.

Harlyn

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Reviewed on 20/11/2019 14:17

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