Willow Farm

Hasketon, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP13 6HJ

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

This CL is surrounded by beautiful farmland offering lots of dog walking and there is a small farm shop on site with fresh vegetables, meat and eggs.

Conveniently located for the coastal towns of Aldeburgh, Felixstowe and Southwold with its splendid pier. Sutton Hoo (Anglo Saxon royal burial site) is just 5 miles away.

Marlesham 3 miles away offers a regular park n ride service into the centre of Ipswich one of England's oldest towns.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Pitches

Types of pitch: grass, hardstanding

Electric hook up available

Useful Info

0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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Lat 52.102991 / Lon 1.271621
OS field ref:
TM243498
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Harwich (40 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Woodbridge
  • Train station within 5 miles

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A beautiful working farm campsite.

We stayed here in our Winnebago RV for almost a month and enjoyed every hour we were there, the owners were really nice, as was the campsite. Lovely large spaced pitches on a huge field which is regularly mowed and kept very very tidy. The bins are emptied daily no matter how many people are there and the waste disposal point is easily accessed. There is a gorgeous friendly herd of heffers in a nearby field (behind an electric fence, so its very safe) that love a bit of attention, you can tear up some fresh long grass and they will happily take it from you, just dont touch the fence :) This is a very tranquil site, road noise is minimal with very little light polution, so a peaceful nights sleep is guaranteed, lots of fresh air and a great base to explore Suffolk from or visit family like we did. We will certainly be back again next year when we get back to the UK.
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A relaxing weekend

Recently returned from a great relaxing weekend at Willow Farm. A nice site, easy to get to and although the site was full in didn't feel so, with plenty of space for us all. A great site for a peaceful weekend in great countryside. Great if you want to visit Woodbridge and the surrounding areas.
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Just what we needed

Have just returned from this site where we really enjoyed our stay. Being busy we had no choice of pitch but were more than happy with the one available. The views over the surrounding farm land were lovely, we sat many an hour just gazing over the fields. As previously reviewed the entrance is wide but the drive up is very full of pot holes and on entering where the pitches were the caravan bottomed on the uneven incline, beware. No one came to greet us so we just got on with setting up. Later in the day the daughter came to the next van and when I enquired about payment she said there was no rush!!!! I paid anyway. After that no one came to us for the rest of our stay. During the course of the week the area of ground in front of the pitches was mown twice with the mower delivering all the mowings directly up to the front of the awning so meaning we were treading grass cuttings into the caravan. As the grass cuttings were 'spewed' out from just one side of the mower with a little thought they could have been directed away from the pitches. Also, there was a broad strip of long grass to the front of the pitches which was mown with a big noisy farm mower and subsequently turned over for two consecutive days to make hay. Eventually they came along with a bailer and bailed all the hay. This was very interesting to watch but unfortunate for us it was noisy hence only 4 for peace and quiet. We appreciate that these jobs have to be done but I cannot remember reading anywhere that it was a working farm. Despite all this we would certainly go back if we are ever in that area again.

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Nice location - hard standing a dissapointment

We booked this site as the reviews seemed so good. On booking we requested hard standing due to wet weather. Arrival was easy to find and greeted immediately  . The area we were shown to for hard standing wasn't really a pitch as three motorhomes were cramped together in the farmyard right next to the farm shop and house. As we had asked if there was hard standing and told yes we were dissapointed and much as we didn't want to let the owner down it just wasn't somewhere we wanted to stay so we moved on. I wish we had been advised of the situation on booking. If you were on a dry grass pitch in good weather I am sure it would have been a lovely place to stay  

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Away from it all...

Have visited this site on several occasions. Have found it to be well kept on every visit. Mrs Nunn always lovely to deal with..and the steaks from the Farm shop are succulent. A lovely walk from the site round the fields into the Grange Farm shop which now has a wonderful Cafe serving an even more wonderful breakfast. Visiting again very soon.

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