Suffolk Yurt Holidays

UK England East Anglia Suffolk

Ufford Road, Bredfield, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 6AR
Idyllic glampsite in a flower-filled meadow.

Tucked away in the Suffolk countryside, yet just a few minutes from the busy A12, Kay and Graham's five handcrafted yurts are about as idyllic as it gets, occupying a series of flower-filled meadows behind their own rather nice house, just a couple of fields' walk away from the village of Bredfield. Easy to get to, yet hard to leave, it's a beautiful spot, and they have done their best to make it even nicer, with a lovely well-equipped kitchen, a toilet block with a shower and 2 toilets for each gender and a choice of fair trade bed linen from India. The yurts themselves are well spaced out, each named after a different tree – oak, ash, maple, etc – and each has its own wood-burning stove (first basket of wood is provided, thereafter £5) and a barbecue outside. They sleep four comfortably (two couples or a family), and you can pay extra if you need an extra futon.  Everything is recycled, they grow their own veg, and you can leave the car where it is because the site is bang on national cycle route 1, with lots of routes to follow. You can store your bikes in the stable block, or you can hire from East Coast Cycle Hire, who will come to you with bikes if necessary. 

Our favourite spot

Couples, families, small well behaved groups (if prearranged with owner) – Yes. Pets, tents, caravans, campervans, loud hen/stag groups – No.

The local area

Well it's suffolk, so there's plenty of opportunity for walking so make sure you bring your walking boots with you. There's also some fantastic nearby towns such as Woodbridge, Framlingham and of course Aldburgh, all well worth a visit and rich in character. And if you have time, then do a bit of wildlife spotting at the famous Snape Maltings (01728 688303).

Best local places to eat and drink

The Anchor in Woodbridge offers fantastic gastro cuisine and a lively atmosphere (01394 382649). Recommended by Suffolk Yurt Holidays and their many guests is the Greyhound Inn and it doesn't disappoint, offering a variety of seasonal, fresh gastro food (01728 0746451). For a light lunch, or a pastry or two, stop off at the Wild Strawberry Cafe also in Woodbridge (01394 388881).

Why stay with us?

Campfires allowed in the designated firepit; BBQ's allowed. There are four handcrafted yurts to choose from and they can each sleep up to a comfortable four adults, or a family of six. Each yurt comes with a wood burning stove, a complimentary basket of wood (extra is £5), two extra thick double futons, cushions, a table & chairs. There's also a communal, full equipped kitchen with a patio, and each yurt has its own fridge, cupboard, cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils; tea towels are provided. A shower block with hairdryers and underfloor heating, which is adjacent to the laundry room with a sink, coin operated washing machine and dryer.

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