Happy Days Retro Vacations


American Airstream glamping in stunning rural Suffolk

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From £490/week
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Get nostalgic for 1950s America by staying in a lovingly restored Airstream close to the Suffolk heritage coast. Each of the silver ladies has its own name and character with funky decor and cute personal touches. The perfect base to explore East Anglia’s rural treasures.

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About this place

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

  • Indoor play room Indoor play room
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment


Eating at Happy Days Retro Vacations


Eating at Happy Days Retro Vacations


Eating at Happy Days Retro Vacations


Due to their vintage nature, the Airstreams themselves are not accessible, however, the campsite’s shower and toilet are.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

Saxmundham train station is just over a mile away with connections from London Liverpool Street taking only two hours.

By road

Just off the A12 on the B1119 Leiston Road, Happy Days lies up a track only a mile from Saxmundham. Look out for the wind turbine!

About the owners

Jenni & Kevin

We wanted to change our lives and escape the hustle and bustle of city living. So we bought some Airstreams and lovingly restored them. Our gorgeous girls Betsy, Peggy, Dee Dee, Annie, Elsie, Nettie, Wanda and Gloria are available to hire on a lovely peaceful campsite in Suffolk. Happy Days indeed.

Tips from the owners

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

  • Locally renowned art and fish and chips await at the seaside town of Aldeburgh, just a 15 minute drive away.

  • Walk or take the little ferry from Southwold to Walberswick for a spot of crabbing and a pub lunch.

  • Walk in the footsteps of Mary Tudor to Framlingham Castle, the place where she was proclaimed Queen of England.

  • Feed the birds at Thorpeness Meare and hire rowing boats to explore the beautiful lake.

  • Stroll along the promenade and admire Southwold’s gorgeous beach huts, checking out the weird and wonderful Under the Pier amusements before you go.