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Lantern & Larks - Sweffling Hall

Suffolk

Chic glamping in picturesque Suffolk

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens

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Sweffling Hall offers gorgeous glamping tents set in stunning Suffolk countryside, within easy reach of some of England’s most beautiful coastline. The luxury tents come with real beds, hot showers and flushing loos and are the perfect tech-free base to return to after days out on the beach. On the site you can have loads of fun from clay craft to bronze casting, archery and astronomy, and the wonderful Sweffling Farm Safari.

  • Units

    6

  • Sleeps

    2-6

  • Bedrooms

    3

  • Pets

    Yes

  • Mobility

    No

What we think

"We ate out on the decked terrace, cooked barbecues, snuggled inside when the evenings got cold by the warmth of the log burning stove, wandered to look at all the animals on site, played lots of games and read lots of books."

Reviewed by

Frances 7 family

Best bits

Top tips

Plan your stay

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

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Rooms

Eating at Lantern & Larks - Sweffling Hall

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Eating at Lantern & Larks - Sweffling Hall

Activities

Eating at Lantern & Larks - Sweffling Hall

Accessibility

The tents are located in a field with no vehicular access. Unfortunately, the tents themselves are not designed for those with limited mobility.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

Saxmundham station is just 10 minutes from the site.

By road

Sweffling Hall is just a 10 minute drive from Saxmundham, and 40 minutes from Ipswich.

By air

Norwich and London Stansted Airports are both around 1.5 hrs drive from Sweffling.

About the owners

Lantern & Larks

Reconnect with each other and the countryside, learning traditional crafts and skills. All ages can enjoy a back-to-nature holiday with added comfort and luxury with Lantern & Larks.

Tips from the owners

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

  • Easton Farm Park is perfect for little ones with pony rides, cart and train rides and animal feeding sessions.

  • Hire a boat and look out for pirates at Thorpeness Meare, a gentle waterway inspired by Peter Pan.

  • Head to Aldeburgh, a picturesque small fishing town set between reed and wave, and enjoy the best fish ‘n' chips whilst skimming stones over the sea.

  • Snape Maltings is a great place to walk, cycle, watch the wildlife as well as discover new music and art (plus do a sneaky bit of shopping)

  • Burn off some energy with a visit to the parapets of Framlingham Castle.