Rated 4 of 5

Rated 5 of 5

Peace and tranquility

Rated 5 of 5

Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

Rated 5 of 5

Ease of arrival/welcome


Spent 4 nights here over the late Spring bank holiday, arriving on the Thursday, a cold, windy and cloudy day. Being in a motorhome we chose to pitch up on one of two of the hardstandings available. Unfortunately both hardstandings lose the sun in the evening, so worth bearing in mind when pitching up - had we realised at the time we may have pitched up on the grass as we were on our own until the next day - but no matter. The site is well kept and Henry, the owner, came to welcome us on the evening of our arrival. We took advantage of a couple of the public footpaths in the evening, when the sun eventually came out, and had a pleasant walk, though ended up walking on the road at one stage as we didn't want to back track on ourselves. Thankfully the road was very peaceful. The following 3 days we went out on our ebikes - and clocked up 109+ miles cycling loops to Framlingham, Kersey and Stowmarket, utilising many of the quiet country lanes and National Cycle Routes. The pub in Debenham, The Woolpack, was a great stop off on two of our rides. We can highly recommend the local Aspall's cyder and Earl Soham beer. On the subject of beverages, Moat Farm apple juice is also delicious and is sold at the entrance to the site. We did ask on the Sunday evening if we had to leave by midday on the Monday, and was informed we could stay longer than the normal midday departure, but unfortunately as the morning was cold and windy we decided to strike camp and leave anyway. All in all we had a very pleasant stay - and we can honestly say - we have never seen so many rabbits!

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