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Wondering what there is to see and do near our glamping site? 
Here are some of our favourite places to visit and things to do.


the beach stretches out to the horizon, the sun is shining, the sky is blue and the sandy dunes are peppered with grasses.


The Suffolk Coast has drawn visitors for decades, there are so many beautiful towns and villages, beaches and wildlife reserves you will be spoilt for choice.

20 minutes drive from us you can find the ever popular Southwold, quaint Walberswick, and wild Dunwich.  Slightly further afield is Aldeburgh, Thorpness and Covehithe.


Close as we are to the border you can easily explore the market towns of both Suffolk and Norfolk, each with their own character and points of interest.

Our home town is Halesworth with an excellent Museum, Millennium Green for beautiful walks, and delicious cafes for tasty treats.  

Also within easy reach is Beccles, where you can hire a boat for a day on the Norfolk Broads.  Diss where you could join the locals and dealers at the auction house and pick up an antique bargain.  Or what about some history in Framlingham where you can visit the castle.

Life on the river
The main stage at Latitiude festival, Supergrass are playing and people are dancing to the music


There are lots of fantastic arts venues for taking in music or theatre.  Established venues include the world famous Snape Maltings or The Cut in Halesworth.

There are also plenty of pop-up events and festivals throughout the year to explore including Latitude Arts Festival (12 mins) and Thorrington Woods Theatre.  

Keep an eye on our instagram for more information on these events. 


Whether you love woods or heaths, marshes or reed beds we have you covered.  The natural world is well taken care of in this part of Suffolk!

Some of our top spots include RSPB Minsmere, a 30 minutes drive, or the Hen Reedbeds on the way to Southwold.

Love being amongst the trees then we love Rendlesham forest and Dunwich woods.

And of course our site, Blue Sky Huts, is carefully managed to support diversity in the natural world.  Around us you will find beautiful walks and open land.  We regularly see deer, owls, buzzards and bats.  In the summer, because of our ponds, Swifts, Swallows and House Martins swoop in for a drink. 

In the wood tall pine trees stretch up to the sky and entice you deeper into the space
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