Don’t let the rain spoil your stay there are many things to fill the time…
Board games from the 80s can be found in the tents. We have chosen some we remember as 80s children ourselves!
Private wellness extras available and massage treatments in the comfort of your own Safari tent (simply click on your booking to add as an extra).
Brunch at Hintlesham Golf Club, dine in the evening at Hintlesham Hall, or go for a Pie and a Pint at the village pub The George – they also have a quiz night there on Thursday evenings.
Hadleigh is of course our closest market town which is a 10 minute drive away. Here you can stop for coffee at Paddy and Scott’s or a bite to eat at the Jet Lounge. Shop for local produce at either Ferguson’s Deli or Fork. Andrew’s butchers, two supermarkets Co-Op and Morrisons and finally Suffolk’s infamous Adnams shop. Visit Hadleigh Pool and Leisure for pay as you go swimming. Head to Crown Pools in Ipswich for a more family friendly pool catering for little ones.
Visit art museum at Dedham. Drive to the Stoke by Nayland Crown or The Marquis in Layham for pub food at its best!
Empire Cinema Ipswich for reclining seats or The Wolsey or Regent Theatre for live performances.
Kersey Mill for Coffee Shop with amazing tea, coffee and cake! Here you will also find Arts & Craft, Hair & Beauty and Ladies’ Boutique.
Head to a farm shop to browse the local produce. Although there are many to choose from across Suffolk, Hollow Trees is our neighbouring farm shop and it also has a farm trail for children. We also recommend Assington Farm shop who carefully select our tasty hampers. Next door to the farm shop is Assington Country Kitchen which you can pop to for a bite to eat. Just off the A14 you will find the Suffolk Food Hall and Jimmys Farm.