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Easton Farm Park Glamping

Suffolk

Unique child friendly glamping on a meet the animals farm in Suffolk.

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens

Book your stay at Easton Farm Park Glamping

From £120/two nights
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Quirky, fun and super comfy - these fab little cow sheds offer great glamping accommodation within the grounds of Easton Farm Park. Get up close to the farm animals, have adventures in the play areas and explore the 30 acre Green Trail - then relax and snuggle up in your warm shed complete with real beds and linens.

  • Units

    3

  • Sleeps

    4

  • Bedrooms

    1

  • Pets

    No

  • Mobility

    No

What we think

"Easton Farm Park is just a fab place for a family farm stay - camping is equally a brilliant idea - HOWEVER, camping in a cow is even better - the novelty factor here is huge and the kiss will love it. Mom and Dad might just prefer a wooden structure to canvas too, particularly during colder months - camping is now fun year round - in a cow obviously and with a real bed."

Reviewed by

Jo and family

Best bits

Top tips

Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Farm animals Farm animals
  • Indoor play room Indoor play room
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment

Rooms

Eating at Easton Farm Park Glamping

Eat

Activities

Eating at Easton Farm Park Glamping

Accessibility

The surrounding farm grounds are accessible for wheelchairs however the sheds have stepped access.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

3 miles away at Wickham Market (Campsea Ashe), there is a railway station which is on the main London Liverpool Street to Lowestoft line.

By road

The village of Easton is situated approximately halfway between Wickham Market and Framlingham. The Farm is signposted from the A12 with brown tourist signs.

By air

London Stansted and Norwich airports are both approximately 90 minutes away, both offering domestic and international connections.

Map

About the owners

Jill Kerr and her daughter Fiona

We love welcoming visitors to our wonderful park. My husband Jimmy created the farm park in 1974 from the beautiful buildings and land on the Easton estate, and since then several generations of Suffolk children (and beyond) have visited and had their first hands on experience of farm animals and the countryside here. Many of the buildings have had many different lives during their 130 year life and we hope that they will continue to thrive and tell their story of the history of Easton.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • For the budding popstars visit Framlingham Castle- famously in Ed Sheeran's song 'Castle On The Hill'

  • Enjoy a wonderful day out, combining tractor rides, beautiful gardens and play areas at The Suffolk Punch Trust - a charity founded to protect England’s oldest breed of working horse.

  • Explore the beautiful beaches, unique buildings and chow down on EXCELLENT fish and chips at Aldeburgh beach.

  • Catch some crabby creatures at Thorpeness beach where there’s also a boating lake.

  • Indulge in some retail therapy in the beautiful and vibrant market town of Woodbridge.