We are a small, family-run, quiet, rural site with 30 pitches for caravans, campervans and tents: 20 with electricity and 10 without. The site is located behind the old nineteenth century village school and is grassy, well drained, flat, spacious and very quiet. There is an abundance of wildlife around the site including owls, woodpeckers, nightingales, rabbits, deer, squirrels and foxes. We are family and pet friendly and allow dogs as long as they are kept on a secure lead while on the site. We are situated at the edge of a small village in a conservation area of outstanding natural beauty with forest, river, heathland and coastal trails nearby. We manage our site in an environmentally-friendly, organic, 'green' way. We have recently installed a solar-powered photo-voltaic array so all our electricity is from a renewable source. The Sorrel Horse community-owned pub is a 2 minute walk away and serves lunch and evening meals. There is also a children's playground which can be accessed directly from the site. We have a flock of mixed rare breed, very free range chickens as well as Ducks, Turkeys, Sheep, Pigs & Alpacas. Our site is ideal for simple, relaxing family holidays. Follow the adventures of our wonderful dogs, other animals and site at www.smallholdingdreams.com.
2015 Prices: (per night)
- £15 for up to two people with a car and caravan, campervan, or tent
- £10 for up to two people with a tent and no vehicle
- £2 for each additional person (any age)
- £2 for each additional car
- £4 for electricity hook-up
- Pets stay for free
We are 2 miles from the River Deben, 3.5 miles from the sea and 4 miles from a sandy beach. We are 2 miles from an excellent local shop with more shops in the local market town of Woodbridge.
Local amenities (within 5 miles) include: fishing, sailing, swimming pool, cinema, golf, horse back riding and many excellent pubs and restaurants. We are close to many areas of local interest including Sutton Hoo, Orford and Framlingham Castles, Aldburgh and Snape Maltings.
From the A12 At the Melton roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A1152/Woods Ln
Continue along the A1152 straight over the cross roads and over the railway crossing
After passing the Wilford Bridge pub on the left, at the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto B1083 for 4.0 mi
Turn left at the T-junction into Shottisham, continue on passed the Sorrel Horse pub on the left
St Margarets is about 100 m further on, on the left. Look for a big sign on your left indicating St. Margarets House - thats it - you have arrived