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Silence is Golden

I feel this cl needs a new review after 2 years since the last. Being beach Boys fans in our hay day prompted the title. A very quiet cl as it is quite remote and is adult only also without light pollution, it is very dark. Unfortunately we had to endure a full moon at the time of our visit. A very large field of close mown meadow grass with pitches of about 20 metres apart. The field slopes steeply at the top end where two pitches face down the slope (see site Photos) the other three being at right angles and follow the line of the wooden fence to a more level part of the site near the bottom opposite the entry gate. These pitches would be easiest to level the van from side to side. The site is easy to find, just follow the directions in the book. The final ½ mile is narrow but with good forward vision and plenty of passing places. Entry to Bucks Farm is the second entrance to the cl not the first. There is a padlocked entry gate which uses a combination lock. Make sure you are given the security code, we weren’t but a quick phone call sorted that. There are several public footpaths from the site which would be good for shorter walks and also for dog owners if free from live stock. One of the things we liked the most is the location. It is very central to Suffolk whether it be coast or the broads, nowhere was too far. Halesworth is well worth exploring. It has everything you need, Co-op for food and fuel but best for groceries where the independent small shops which still seem to thrive in the town. There are three pubs and several coffee shops too. All in all a site that we would almost certainly be happy to use again only next time it will be for longer
Caravanner from Nottinghamshire

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