Ling's Meadow is all about a slower pace of life - whether it be lying among the tall meadow grasses listening to bird song, or stargazing around an open fire. It is also a celebration of the great outdoors, where you can lose yourself in bug hunting, den building, kite flying, alpaca trekking and campfire cooking.
A Stardome, bell tents, living van, shepherd's hut and six pitches are set in a peaceful natural meadow.
All of the glamping options are fully furnished and have a relaxed and home crafted feel. Linen and towels are provided for seven night stays. Sets can also be hired on site. The dome, bel tents, living van and shepherd's hut are equipped with everything from cooking equipment and a fire pit with grill to a selection of good books!
Each pitch has its own cut grass area of the meadow with enough space for a large family tent. Fire pits to borrow for free.
The campsite is very much ‘off grid' and has been lovingly developed with sustainability in mind Two luxury composting toilets and a separate solar and wood heated shower are provided in purpose built wooden pods.
Campers have access to a secure cycle shed and to make it easier to travel light we also provide shared cooking and dining equipment in the communal camp kitchen. There is also the option of a pre pitched tent with mattress and bedding for exhausted travelers ready to collapse by the campfire!
Bell tent from £175 (two night stay)
Stardome from £200 (two night stay)
Living van/ from £200 (two night stay) Shepherd's hut together
Pre pitched empty bell tent £17/night + pp/night fee 2 night stay( 3 bank hols)
Pitches adult £9/£11 pp per night
child £4.50/£5.50 pp/night (3 15)
under 3s free
Discounts for longer stays.
Ling's Meadow is within walking distance of a farm shop and local pubs serving good food We are also a short drive or cycle ride away from Wyken Vineyards where you will find delicious local wine, a weekly farmer's market and a popular restaurant
National Cycle Network Route 13 and Regional Route 30 run just a mile to the north of the campsite and the start of The Peddars Way walk is only 3 miles down the road A thirty minute drive away is High Lodge at Thetford Forest Here you can enjoy den building and an adventure playground or explore the forest on foot, by bicycle or by Segway!
The campsite is very centrally placed for exploring Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and Norwich It is also only an hour from the Suffolk and Norfolk coastlines, and 90 minutes by train or car from London
Our nearest railway stations are Thetford, Diss and Stowmarket All have regular services to and from London Thetford also connects to the north via Peterborough
There are reasonably regular bus services from Diss and Bury St Edmunds to Hepworth but times can change so it always worth checking
For local traffic we are just off the B111 between Barningham and Stanton If you are coming from further afield you can reach the B111 via the A14 and then the A143 The A14 links up with the A11 and M11 from the west, the A1 from the north and the A12 from the south east
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