Moat Farm

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Peaceful

Just had 16 nights at Moat Farm and we couldn't have picked a more peaceful site. Miles from no-where the caravan site, as others have said, is on an apple orchard. We stayed just a week or so from the apples being harvested. Good sized level site, plenty of room for 5 vans with a more than adequate toilet and shower room. The last few hundred yards to the entrance is on a narrow road, with few passing places, but we were fine coming and going. Good base for discovering the area and there's plenty of walks or cycling that can be had direct from the site. We'd certainly stay again. Thank you a lovely stay Henry.
Caravanner from Dorset

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Great holiday, great position, great people

We had a lovely 15 days holiday in September. The apple pickers were all busy, but were all very friendly, and we enjoyed talking to them. The site is fine, plently of room, even when all 5 caravans were on site. The toilet and shower were immaculate, the only problem sometimes with the strength of the water. Henry was very friendly, helpful, nothing was too much trouble, we ended up staying an extra night as we were due to go home when the gales were horendous, but that was no problem, in fact we were advised not to attempt to leave. The village of Debenham is lovely, it was great to have a fantastic butcher, the best butchers I have been in for a long time. Where ever you went the people were very friendly. We look forward to returing next summer for another great holiday.

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Peace and quiet!

Lovely site, smack in the middle of an orchard, at the end of March the trees were bare, but in the coming weeks they should be full of blossom. Owners were very friendly and I imagine very helpful if needed. Nice walks from the site, footpath goes straight through the farm. Very nice toilet...spotless....... If you want peace and quiet, this site will do it.

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Unspoilt countryside

We've just had 9 days of peace and quiet. The views of the apple orchard and fields are stunning. The owners Katie and Henry are really friendly and they were very busy with the apple harvest so we didn't see much of them. But we're contactable if needed. The toilet and shower reminded us of a wooden sauna building, fairly new and still smelling of that wonderful wood. Moat farm press their own apple juice, which I highly recommend, just like drinking fresh apples, not like the shop bought stuff. This must be a secret CL because for the remainder of the week after our friends had gone home we had the place to ourselves. Will definitely return.

 

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Almost no sound but the birds

Moat Farm is absolutely peaceful, and very well kept. Almost the only sound is that of the birds although, being a working farm, there is the very occasional sound of a tractor.The site is quite flat with a few small undulations but nothing to worry about. It has an excellent little toilet / shower block which is kept spotless, not a spider in sight. The water pressure could be a little higher but this is an area problem not limited to the CL. Even so, an Aquaroll fills in a couple of minutes or so. If I had to find a complaint it would be the access track which is almost a quarter mile long and is, unfortunately, a bit rough in places. It also has a couple of very tight bends but they caused no problem even to a long twin axle caravan. The owners, Henry and Kate are lovely and the CL is a credit to them.
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Beautiful

We loved our time at Moat Farm. Well off the beaten track- the only noise to be heard is the birds- woodpeckers and the buzzards soaring overhead. Henry is a friendly chap who made us feel very welcome. The shower and toilet block was spotless. Lovely big pitches- we were lucky that we had the whole site to ourselves. Our dogs loved the walks nearby and just relaxing in the peace and quiet. We were in easy reach of Framlingham, Rendlesham Forest, Flatford Mill and the coastal village of Dunwich. Huge skies and lovely views made it idyllic. This is definitely one we will return to time and time again. 5*
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Loved this site peaceful and spotless

Just come back from a one night stay and wished we could have stayed longer. So so quite and peaceful the stresses just melted away. Spotless toilet and shower. Will love to visit again. The apple juice is very special we have to go back just to get some more. Lovely family and Loopy should be renamed lively lovely loopy
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mud bath

We tried to stay here in November , but was an absolute mud bath, I would not say this was suitable as an all year round site , unless of course there is a VERY DRY winter. we could not move once on as were stuck and had to be towed off, which even that was not easy. So just to help others , dry summer might be great but not when wet.
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A nice site but quite remote.

A lovely site but its quite remote and the access is quite difficult during wet weather. A long muddy track with dips. we were greeted by a lovely hosts but we did not stay as the mud track was too difficult for the car and caravan. This site will be great in the drier seasons.
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Active Suffolk weekend

We stayed here for two nights (Friday and Saturday in August 2015) as we noted the location is ideal for cycling on quiet roads and there is a huge network of footpaths and bridleways for walking. The CL is tucked away amongst orchards, it's level grassed area allows visitors to pitch without feeling overcrowded or fussing with blocks in a motorhome. There is a lovely clean shower and toilet housed in a pine cabin on site. Henry was welcoming and as no one was due to arrive on the Sunday didn't have a problem with us staying later.

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