Sunfield Farm

Playford Road, Little Bealings, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP13 6ND

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  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

 Ann and Steve Last are pleased to welcome you to Sunfield Farm CL with its wide views down the Fynn Valley, Suffolk. You will be near to the market town of Woodbridge (3 miles), the River Deben, the Park-and-ride (1.5 miles) to the much larger town of Ipswich and a pub and supermarkets (Marks and Spencers' Foodhall & Tesco – 2 miles).

The site is small and quiet with views across the Fynn Valley. We have waste, water and 16amp power. There is lots of open space and also secluded woodland. The site is level and well drained. We would ask that dogs are kept on leads whilst on the site. 

You can visit the Georgian market town of Woodbridge (3 miles), there is a market every Thursday. There are also lots of independent shops including ‘The Cake Shop’ – winner of the TV show ‘Britain’s Best Bakery’. The town is also famous for having one of the last working tide mills. This is open to the public daily in the summer. Throughout the summer the local yacht clubs hold regular races and regattas on the river. There are many old pubs in the town including the 400 year-old Ye Olde Bell and Steelyard, the steelyard, still visible, being a device for weighing vehicles on their way to and from the wharves.

You can take trips to Snape to visit Benjamin Britten’s world famous concert hall and Snape Proms run during August. Then go to Aldeburgh for fish and chips on the beach and also to Southwold.

Walkers can walk the many local footpaths in the area, or visit the coast (10 miles).

Sutton Hoo, just over the river from Woodbridge is the location of the greatest find of buried Anglo Saxon treasures in the UK. Thought to be the burial place of King Raedwald, where gold, jewellery and artefacts were found in a 90 feet boat burial from the seventh century. Visit the National Trust site and the exhibition.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • TV reception: variable

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Postcode:
IP13 6ND
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GPS:
Lat 52.074984 / Lon 1.246964
OS field ref:
TM230471
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest train station: Woodbridge

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Noisy and scruffy

This was one of the worst sites we had stopped on. It was in desperate need of some care and attention. Anyone hoping for a peaceful quiet stay will be disappointed, With the busy road alongside the site, noise is almost constant and dirt track racing on site. The owners were away when we arrived, so luckily someone in a passing car told us where to find the actual site. The information shed was dirty and in poor condition. There was a walk thro a wood and round a field, which could have been nice, apart from 11 abandoned caravans, motor home and boat, mounds of rubbish, scrap and rubble including an old bathroom suite. The bins were taken to be emptied but not returned so rubbish bags had to be left next to the information shed.
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Sunfield? Bring it on.

Sadly the weather did not do justice to this CL. A pleasant aspect but levelling blocks will be required. Although the ground drains reasonably well, the persistent rain of late meant that my MH did end up doing a bit of a ploughing contest. There are some HS further down the lane closer to the rail line ( infrequent trains) with hookups and drinking water. I would recommend this latter position for motorhomes if wet. Ipswich P&R ( height barrier) is a mile away but no footpaths on local roads. Natives are friendly, as is the dog despite his aggressive voice.
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Second visit did not disappoint!

We stayed on this site in 2015, and were back in August this year. This time the site was fully booked and had its full complement of 5 caravans. Nevertheless there was plenty of space for all and a sense of peaceful seclusion prevailed. Again, the greensward was well maintained and the water and disposal points in very good order. Last year we used our levelling wedge but this year managed without that. Hook up points are conveniently located. Once again we visited the attractions of this part of Suffolk, but this time also noted the profusion of local footpaths, in particular the Finn Valley walk. We'd certainly come again!

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Beautifully maintained site near Ipswich

We stayed on this site for four nights in late June 2015. It's near to A12 and straightforward to find. The site is extremely well maintained with neatly arranged water and disposal points. The five hook up columns are located around the south and east boundaries. The close cut greensward is smooth but has a gentle slope downwards from the south western corner to the north eastern corner. We used a levelling wedge. Fringed on the southern and eastern sides by trees, the site has a magnificent outlook across horse pastures to the north, beyond which there are woodlands. Some light traffic noise is occasionally audible from two non classified roads which form a corner in which the site is located. The curtilage of Sunfield farmhouse adjoins to the west. This is a great site for visiting the many attractions of the Suffolk Heritage Coast.

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Sunfield farm

A very nice peaceful CL, with very clean facilities and close to sites of interest like Woodbridge and Orford. It's also only about a mile from the A12, making access easy. Definitely one to return to.
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