We first found this site (although without the caravan on that occasion) and vowed to put this site on our ‘must stay’ list and this we have done this bank holiday weekend. Andrea was very swift to reply to my email questions re availability and made it simple to book. The site is very easy to reach just off the A144 which itself is off the A12. The lane to the farm must be one of the most picturesque in Suffolk with plenty of places to pass oncoming vehicles although this is a very quiet lane so unlikely to meet anyone else. Access to the site is very good with no sharp turns or steep gradients. The grass is very short and neat and the views over the rolling Suffolk countryside are wonderful. There is a small grass meadow beside the site with a handful of sheep and some young cattle which were lovely to see. The owners are extremely helpful and welcoming and live across their small meadow from the site with their young family. Water and loo emptying point is easy to use and grey water is allowed to be disposed of around the numerous trees around the site so easy facilities to use. There are 5 x power points and the ground is very slightly sloping but not such that it will cause any issues at all. The site is extremely peaceful although is ideally situated for Aldeburgh/Southwold/Minsmere/Walberswick/Dunwich and the local market town of Halesworth is only 5 minutes drive where all amenities can be found. We had a wonderful Sunday lunch at the White Horse, Badingham which was about 15 minutes away but well worth the drive. Another benefit of this very well kept site is the 2 x barn conversions and the 2 x Shepherd Huts which would be ideal for non caravanning friends or family all very new and with stunning views and plenty of space. We will definitely be returning here.