Mill Hill Farm Campsite
Mill Hill Farm Campsite can be found in a picturesque rural setting in the heart of the beautiful Suffolk countryside. You will find peace and quiet aplenty along with panoramic views and stunning sunsets. The perfect place for a get-away-from-it-all relaxing break.
We are ideally situated just 2 1/2 miles from the RSPB's flagship reserve at Minsmere and only a short drive from the popular coastal town of Southwold with it's iconic white lighthouse and the home of Adnams Brewery.
Aldeburgh, famous for it's fish & chips is also just down the road with the quirky buildings, including the House in the Clouds, of Thorpeness right next door. The famous disappearing Anglo Saxon port of Dunwich is only 4 miles away. In less than 30 minutes you can be transported back in time at Framlingham Castle, built in the 12th century and used by Mary Tudor as a refuge in 1583, at Orford's 12th century castle built by Henry II or at the site of an Anglo Saxon ship burial which had lain undisturbed for 1300 years at Sutton Hoo.
The area boasts many miles of scenic walks, cycle rides or drives with a good choice of traditional local pubs to refresh yourself en route where you'll be guaranteed a warm welcome and a tempting menu.
Back at the campsite you'll find friendly, helpful staff who are only too happy to assist, answer your queries or provide some local information. There are 70 well drained grass pitches with electric hook up and fresh water taps close by.
The site has 2 newly built immaculate toilet/shower blocks each complete with it's own disabled access toilet/shower room. There is also a utility room attached to each block and a freezer available to refreeze your ice blocks.
To keep our 4 legged friends happy we have created a 2 acre designated dog walking area with meandering pathways. For the fishermen in the group we also have a well stocked 2 acre fishing lake which is free to all our guests, also a great spot to watch the magnificent sunsets from.
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This page was last updated: 10 September 2012