Secret Meadows Luxury Glamping


Premier, eco-friendly glamping, on a Suffolk nature reserve.

  • roomUnits 9
  • person Sleeps 2 - 6
  • bed Bedrooms 6 - 6
  • petPets Yes
  • mobilityMobility No
  • Babies
  • Toddlers
  • Older Kids
  • Teens
From £1012/week
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Go off-grid but enjoy all the rich details and styling of a boutique hotel at Secret Meadows - an award-winning camping experience in the deep countryside of glorious Suffolk.

About this place

Best bits

  • A homely feel to the accommodation with bunting and framed pictures.
  • Give the kids the freedom to explore and be inspired by the nature reserve that surrounds them.
  • Take pleasure in simple things like looking for animal tracks, sightseeing from a wildlife hide or sharing a picnic in a wildflower meadow.

Top tips

  • Secret Meadows is generally open from mid-March to early November.
  • Look out for certain times of the year where the site is solely for family bookings only, usually over the half term weeks, Easter and part of the summer holidays.
  • Pack wellies for exploring nature trails or public footpaths.

Plan your stay

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

Hot tubs
Farm animals

A wonderful weekend was had by all, what a great way for our sons to experience their first camping trip and the great outdoors.

Reviewed by Sian & family

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Location & local area

About the owners

Charlotte & Ross

Listed since April 2013

Secret Meadows is run by Charlotte & Ross who are also involved in managing the nature conservation charity that owns the nature reserve. They are both passionate about wildlife and the environment and this theme is carried through to Secret Meadows with its green credentials. They live with their two young children at the nature reserve.

Owner recommendations

  • Nearby riverside market town, Woodbridge, boasts a working tide mill, independent shops, fabulous ice cream parlour and beautiful river walks.

  • Take the kids crabbing at Walberswick and catch the little ferry to neighbouring Southwold for a stroll along the promenade and tour of Adnams Brewery.

  • Go back to the 12th century at Framlingham Castle, a magnificent fortress - much of it still standing.

  • Hire rowing boats, grab an ice cream and float around Thorpeness Meare for an hour or so, taking in the calm beauty of the water.

  • Experience the moody landscape of Dunwich Heath - legend says you can hear the tolling bells of a fallen church claimed by the sea.

  • Pony rides, lovely walks and feeding the animals at Easton Farm Park is great fun for everyone, just over 10 minutes drive away.

  • Walk along the coast from Thorpeness to Aldeburgh, admiring local public art on the way.

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