Several pitches have electric hook up points. There is is a fresh water supply, two showers, hot taps, a sink for campers to wash their dirty dishes, toilet block and there is a chemical waste disposal point, *Please note the washing block is open from 10th March until the end of October*
The camp site is surrounded by our farm land with some nice walks. Tents, touring caravans, trailer tents, motorhomes all welcome. Easy access,the site is quite sheltered. Children and dogs are more than welcome. Dogs must be kept on a lead and you must clean up after them, we also charge £1 per night for dogs on the campsite.
All bookings for the campsite must be booked in before 9 o'clock p.m unless otherwise agreed in advance.
Pitches are available from 12 Noon and to be departed by 12 Noon on day of departure unless otherwise arranged with the campsite manager. There is a large private field for dog walking which leads to a series of public footpaths.
Freedom of camping without the hassle, 44 mm thick Alpina 4 by 3m H profile.Perfect for cyclists, walkers and families who enjoy the outdoors to relax and unwind. It's spacious, cosy, full size sleeping space (sleeps four easily) a brilliant experience. Lockable french doors that open out wide, two good sized windows all double glazed. This is more secure than camping. Provides basic accommodation with a good wood floor, plenty of headroom.
The advantage to the cabin is that its already set up when you arrive so no flapping wet tents and discomfort, wind pulling tent pegs out, no taking it down wet and drying it out. It's warmer than a tent and bigger than a pod, you have privacy and security, solar lighting and a seating area provided. The cabin has nice views of the landscape and countryside all around it All you need to bring is everything you would normally have for your camping trips minus the tent
The cabin is affordable at £25 a night (£30 on bank holidays). This doesnt include the fishing. To see larger images of the cabin just go to the Gallery section.
Field Farm Fisheries, Guildhall Lane, Wrentham, Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 7HP
Just off the A12 Ipswich to Lowestoft road,turn towards Wrentham church the site is on the left about 400 metres we have a large sign at the top of the drive way. OS Map Ref 156/487 823.