The Mill House is an 8 acre smallholding on the edge of Earl Soham, a pretty east Suffolk village. Jackie and Giles Barrow and their family have been here since 2009 and aim to run the holding with sustainability and self-sufficiency in mind.
We have a range of rare breed livestock, including Red Poll cows, British Lop sows and a mixed flock of sheep. We also have poultry, donkeys, goats, and friendly farm cats. Depending on when you visit, you can see lambs, goat kids and piglets.
We usually have produce available for sale, including eggs, bacon and sausages.
The camp site is a 5 minute walk from the local pub, The Victoria, which serves food and locally-brewed ales. The village boasts a fine butcher and general store, Hutton's. For a wider range of shops and cafes, the market town of Framlingham is just under 5 miles away. Here you can also find a 12th century castle.
We are within 30-40 minutes drive of the coast at Aldeburgh and Southwold as well as many interesting places to visit - including Sutton Hoo, Minsmere RSPB bird reserve and the Museum of East Anglian Life.
Horse-riding, fishing, go-karting and golf and for rainy days, ten-pin bowling, laserquest and swimming are all within a half-hour drive.There is always a festival of some kind taking place in east Suffolk - Aldeburgh, Latitude and Maverick to name but three. For more ideas, see Visit Suffolk