Sunflower House

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Pretty and Friendly Site

Just returned from Sunflower House after a four night stay in incredible hot weather, we were on pitch 5 which gave shade to one side of our van and sunshine to the other so an absolutely perfect private pitch. Nice welcome from the owner who pointed out the paths around his property and also told us about the public footpath that also ran against his land and this led us to a fantastic walk through buttercup fields and onwards showcasing lovely Suffolk countryside. An excellent and enjoyable stay, situated just right for visiting the pretty seaside towns and having the luxury of just staying on site, watching the wildlife and meandering through the sites pathways. Thank you for having us.
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Peaceful with animal interests.

Very nice friendly site - a home from home as we share interests in geese, goats, dogs, cats and many others. Although access is from the A12, it is in a quiet village and the site is peaceful. The sunflowers are amazing and there is access to numerous footpaths - excellent for dogs and exploration. We were only there for 2 nights but we managed to visit Dunwich beach. Although there were many people there, the majority kept social distancing and the beach was well spaced out. Owners very friendly and plenty of room between vans, separated by hedges, so no worries there in the current crisis. Also excellent for geocaching.

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Quiet and peaceful location

This is a lovely site, the owners are very welcoming and friendly. The owners have created a lovely walk around the farm that we and our dogs enjoyed immensely. The pitch sizes are generous and are with easy reach of the water and elsan point. There is a lovely pub within walking distance plus a well stocked shop in the village We will return soon.
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Blooming Marvellous

We stayed here for Christmas 2018, and on arrival we were greeted by the site owner who supplied us with a useful local information pack. This CL is beautiful: it is surrounded by grass footpaths which our dog loved, there are hedges between each pitch and there is a very useful information shed that is also the home for lots of useful things that you may just need to borrow on your trip away. We have been caravanning for five years and this is the first CL we have visited that has 'gone the extra mile' and given much needed written advice on what items go into each refuse and recyling bin and as the rules change from one council to another and can be very confusing – well done. With the homely welcome we received and the pleasure of staying at such a beautiful site, we will definitely be visiting again. Thank you for a lovely Christmas break.
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Absolutely loved it

Sorry, very late in reviewing this! We came to Sunflower House in May and had a very warm welcome and a cup of tea which was wonderful. A beautiful site with hedging down the sides of your pitch for privacy. A lovely walk around the site for dogs and our GSD had a great time. There is a summer house with a fantastic selection of books to buy with an honesty box to put your donation in. Brilliant pub just a short walk away - suggest booking a table and very dog friendly. Dunwich is a car ride away but a dog friendly beach and a good cafe. Absolutely loved this site and we’re going back in September!!
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Great CL - Just the ticket

Stayed here last night and it was one of the best we have been on. Large flat pitches with hedging in between, lovely views over the sun flowers. Would recommend.
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excellent cl site

Probably the nicest CL we have been on, we were lucky with the weather, the pitches are very private and the people were friendly, loved the walks through the wooded areas and the wild life, would definitely go again, was apprehensive of the A12, but it was ok, good pub 5 mins away, thumbs up for this CL.

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Well kept site

We had our second visit to Sunflower Hiuse in July 2016, always a friendly welcome, superbly cut pitches which are separated by high hedges so very private. An ideal site for exploring the area, or just sit & look at the birds & sunflowers.  We will return.

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Outstanding CL

We first visited this site almost three years ago and have been back many time since. With two young teenage children there is plenty for them to do ranging from nature walks around the huge site to a zip wire, playing area and even a small shed full of curios available for a donation to the local first responders.  Well placed for a wealth of local attractions and some excellent walking and Geocaching opportunities.  Beautiful, peaceful and relaxing site that is easily accessible and, with the individual hedged pitches, affords great privacy. Particular mention should be made of the constant work to keep the grass and hedges worthy of a Royal estate! The sites best assets however are the family who run it.  They simply could not be more friendly, helpful or welcoming and make the site a definate must for a weekend away.  We look forward to the many visits ahead.

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Very welcoming CL

We stayed at Sunflower House 3 times during the summer and have enjoyed every stay. The very welcoming owners come over as soon as you arrive and offer tea or coffee but after the first visit they remembered it was 2 teas, no sugar! You are sited looking at a field of sunflowers, on a hedged plot, which is lovely, and a dog walk is mown around the site which is also a nature trail where you can carefully look under corrugated iron to find any signs of life. To date we have seen a grass snake, slow worm, mice and ants nests!! Highly recommend this CL for sightseeing (Southwold, Snape Maltings, Aldburgh and much more. Also plenty of places nearby to eat, the nearest pub a couple of minutes walking distance. Love the shed with books and bric-a-brac to buy for charity too. We would love to come back next year......
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