Exclusive Stay: All 6 Bell Tents to yourself! (7 at Savage Glamping)
The Owner Says
Each bell tent has a king-size bed (and plenty of space for three additional single beds), its own outdoor fire pit and BBQ. You can also make use of our communal kitted-out kitchen with cooker, fridge-freezer and microwave (plus a washing machine to save the piles when you get home). Ready-made hampers from our award-winning village butcher are available to order to take any hassle out of mealtimes.
If you’d rather skip cooking altogether, then there are plenty of local pubs and restaurants to dine in or takeaway. And when your bellies are full and bedtime arrives, we’ve gone all out to make sure our bell tents provide the snug warmth, comfort and soft furnishings to make your slumber under the stars extra special. Tents have solar-powered lighting and rechargeable battery powered lanterns. Please remember to turn them off when not needed and to charge them in the kitchen regularly.
-Glorious comfortable king-sized bed with warm bedding
-Premium camp beds with bedding
-Travel cots, suitable for up to 24 months upon request, not including bedding
-Fire-pit and BBQ with pizza oven
-Pack of logs, kindling and firelighters
-Ear plugs / Eye Masks
-Torch / Lantern
-Porch area and a basket for muddy shoes
-Picnic table and chairsWe want to take as much hassle out of your holiday as possible. All you need to bring is a towel, food and toiletries!
About Savage Glamping
Suitable ForGlamping, children, groups (exclusive hire of the site is available) - yes. Pets, camping, campervans, caravans, motorhomes - no.
The site is located in the small village of Earl Soham in Suffolk, with it situated next to a bunch of attractions in the surrounding area. Kingfishers at Cretingham Country Park (01728685275) is less than a 10-minute drive away, this blissful hidden gem tucked away within 120 acres of countryside lets visitors cycle or walk through its land, or even indulge in some kayaking, rowing, or a spot of golf.
The beautiful seaside town of Aldeburgh is just over 30 minutes away, with pastellic villas lining its promenade and its popular sand and shingle beach backed by Moot hall, home to the Aldeburgh Museum (01728 567767). One of the more scenic coasts you could to venture to is Thorpeness, also around 30 minutes away, with its famous Meare (01728 832523) open almost 24 hours per day with over 100 boats available to hire, as well as kayaks and canoes.
Further out at around a 40-minute drive, guests can visit the English Heritage site Landguard Fort (01394 675900), the site of the last seaborne invasion of England back in the 17th century, and now providing guided and audio tours.
Food & Drink
Savage Glamping helpfully offers pre-prepared hampers served from their award-winning local butchers, which should be pre-ordered at the time of booking or via phone or email with at least 48 hours notice. Alternatively, there are a variety of local farmers’ markets to peruse and bring back goods to the site, from Framlingham Market — less than a 10-minute drive away — to the market in Earl Soham itself.
The Old Mill House (01728 685064) in Saxtead, less than a 5-minute drive away, offers a friendly and comfortable pub in a beautiful 17th-century building. The Crown can be reached in around five minutes, too, and here you’ll find a lovely rural pub hidden in the villages.
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Savage Glamping is located at Savage Glamping, Framlingham Road, Earl Soham, Suffolk IP137SG