Sunset Pitch

UK England East Anglia Suffolk Woodbridge Brick Kiln Farm

  • Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 0 children)
The adults-only Sunset Pitch is only suitable for a very small 1 to 2 man tent, this is a slightly quieter area than the main campsite. There is no electrical hook up here, just some plugs to charge your phones (if you need them) and boil a kettle!

The Owner Says

The Sunset Pitch is only suitable for a very small 1 to 2 man tent, this is a slightly quieter area than the main campsite.

Our converted stable block offers a small kitchen area where you can wash up and have access to a fridge and freezer, off the kitchen is the creative space where you can gather to play traditional board games, paint, eat, cook on the camp stove or browse our honesty shop.

The block also houses the campsite showers and toilets, with a family shower room.

There is no electrical hook up here, just some plugs to charge your phones (if you need them) and boil a kettle!

About Brick Kiln Farm

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, caravans (although there are no electric hook-ups) – yes. Children are not permitted. Group bookings or exclusive hire of site for events are available. Tina is also a Wedding, Baby Naming and Funeral Celebrant. This means she can perform your ceremony either on site or wherever you wish. Campers who appreciate peace and the countryside and a good wood fire!


The delights of the Suffolk Coast are easily reachable including Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Southwold. Southwold. Close to Snape for concerts, shops and food. The 12th century Framlingham Castle and its counterpart in Orford will please the history buffs, while the twitchers can spot some of Britain's rarest birds at RSPB Minsmere nature reserve. Woodbridge on the River Deben and Sutton Hoo. Local farm shop 'FarmCafe' for breakfast, brunches and lunches and cream teas. Good local pubs nearby in Snape, Blaxhall, Easton, Pettistree, Ufford and Melton.

Food & Drink

The Duck, Campsea Ashe is a pretension-free gastropub that's just a short stroll from the farm.  Snape - 'The Crown', 'The Golden Key' and 'The Plough and Sail.'  Blaxhall 'The Ship.' Easton 'The White Horse.' Framlingham 'The Station' and 'The Railway.' Melton 'The Wilford Bridge'. Ufford 'The Crown.' Pettistree 'The Greyhound.'

Site Reviews

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Rated ★★★★★ over 16 reviews


Thoroughly recommended

This is easily one of the best sites I've stayed at. Small, quiet and very relaxed - the kindling, logs and toiletries are all there on hand and available to buy via an honesty box system and the facilities are all kept very clean. The toilets and showers were really nice, with hot water throughout. Pub and village shop a short walk away across fields and Wickham Market village a few minutes drive away. Well located for visiting, we went to Thorpeness Meare, Aldeburgh, Orford Ness and Woodbridge, among other places, all within 20-40 minutes drive. Will definitely be returning for another visit.
Aug 29, 2020 by Michelle Verified Review

Nice and quiet.

Had a good stay here. Lovely and quiet, beautiful dark skies and a very quick walk over fields to the pub, local shop and train station cafe. Not sure what that would be like after lots of rain. A fire pit for each pitch is a fab idea and we took advantage of this. Showers and toilets are fine and are regularly cleaned. Love the no music rule! The peace was much appreciated. Would recommend as a basic camp site.
Aug 26, 2020 by Karen Staff

Blissful and pristine

Great little camp site 15 minutes from Aldeburgh and Thorpeness. Facilities were pristine (even a wet room!) and just off the A12 so easy to find .... if you know how! Fire pits were a bonus and spent a lovely evening on a mini tour of the East Coast in our trusty VW bus just chilling out. Thoroughly recommended and will definitely stay again for a weekend break in sunny Suffolk!

Perfect, thank you!

We stayed at Brick Kiln Farm in our camper van in mid-October and were the only ones on the site! The facilities were great – hot showers, clean toilets, and easy access to sinks/kettle/toaster/microwave in the main building. Thanks so much for having us. Highly recommended for anyone visiting Suffolk in 2020. Rich and Anna x

A very pleasant and relaxing stay

We had a short stay at Brick Kiln Farm from Sunday 11th to Tuesday, 13 August 2019. We arrived the day after a big storm so the site was very quiet and we were able to choose our own pitch. We chose a pitch in the orchard close to the amenity block. We were very impressed with the campsite. The other people camping were friendly. In the evenings a number of people would congregate in the community area to read and talk together. Tina worked very hard to keep the showers toilets and campsite clean during our stay. Our advice would be to follow the directions given to access the campsite. If you simply put the postcode in you are likely to be taken down a very narrow single track road which has limited passing places. As mentioned in the site details there is some road noise in the distance from the A12 and there are some pylons visible, these were the only drawbacks, but they did not really detract from our experience. The location is convenient for visiting Woodbridge, Sutton Hoo, Aldeburgh and Southwold. We look forward to visiting again.
Aug 18, 2019 by Trevor Miles Verified Review
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Brick Kiln Farm is located at Campsea Ashe, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 0QL

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Getting There

From A12 South: Take exit for B1078, right at top of slip road, take immediate second left after flyover. Directly opposite slip road on to A12 South.

From A12 North: Come off the A12 just after the Marlesford Farm Cafe, at cross roads turn right and follow lane to Brick Kiln. Or take exit for B1078, turn right on to lane next to slip road, almost like a U turn. Follow lane to Brick Kiln.

Wickham Market Railway Station – this is actually based in Campsea Ashe, a taxi can be booked in advance to collect and drop. Brick Kiln is a 5 minute drive but a 15-20 minute walk from the station.