Mill House Camping
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This is a basic campsite – if you want a full glamping experience you’ll need to look elsewhere! However, we have clean, flush toilets and open-air shower cubicles. Many campers have said these are the best campsite showers they’ve used. There’s a field kitchen with washing-up sinks and a camping-gas hob. There’s no electricity on the site, so no hook-ups or lighting – you’ll need to bring a torch. However there is a fridge close by with a small freezer compartment for your icepacks.
YES! There are small campfire spots around the site and a larger campfire circle. You can have barbecues too. We can sell you firewood (£5/sack) or you can bring your own.
No - you can check into and out of the site whenever you want.
Sorry we don’t allow pets as we have a variety of livestock on the smallholding and want to avoid any unfortunate accidents
Yes it is. You are very welcome to wander around the smallholding and look at the animals, but please supervise young children at all times, not only near the animals but also because we have two unfenced ponds. We also don’t appreciate being woken early by children playing near the house! On the campsite, cars are kept apart from tents, so it’s safe for children to run around.
Yes – it’s great to hear acoustic instruments and campfire songs (one camper brought his saxophone), but recorded music, ipods and car stereos are not allowed. Ours is a small campsite and ideal for those campers who want a peaceful, relaxed stay. We do however discourage overly noisy behaviour which tends to spoil things for other campers. Our site isn’t suitable for stag/hen parties. Persistently noisy guests will be required to leave and no refund will be given.
Yes, The Victoria serves beer from the Earl Soham Brewery and is great for real-ale enthusiasts. They also serve food lunchtimes and evenings. It’s a 5 minute walk from the campsite. You can avoid most of the road walk by strolling through our field.
There’s a butcher/delicatessen in the village where you can also get a good cup of coffee. For supermarket shopping and a wide range of places to eat, Framlingham is just under 5 miles away.
We are 30-40 minutes drive from the coast at Aldeburgh (pebbles) and Southwold (sandy). Snape Maltings, Minsmere RSPB Reserve, Sutton Hoo and Stonham Barns with its owl sanctuary are not too far distant. For young children, Easton Farm Park is a ten minute drive.
Yes, the site lends itself very well for groups of up to around 20 people. We have had visits from schools and scout groups as well as people who want to get together with friends or family. Contact us for prices.
Pitch fees are £13/night for a tent and up to two people. Additional people at £3/night. Under 2’s go free. We don’t charge extra for larger tents (can’t be bothered to get a tape measure out!). There are no additional charges, apart from firewood. You are welcome to put up a gazebo, provided there’s enough space for it.
Yes, the site lends itself very well for groups of up to around 20 people. We have had visits from schools and scout groups as well as people who want to get together with friends or family. Contact us for prices.
Yes, we usually have home-reared meat for sale (bacon, sausages and burgers) as well as eggs from our hens. All the meat is frozen, so if you want it on the day of arrival, let us know in advance.