No, unfortunately we cannot accept anyone under 18 to stay on site without an adult. Of course, under 18s are more than welcome if you’re accompanied by an adult over 25 years old.
We have a 2 night minimum booking policy, but please feel free to enquire about single nights as sometimes we have space in the calendar where we can offer 1 night stays. We’ll do our best to accommodate your requests, but 2 nights minimum is our standard practice.
Check in is any time from 3pm and check out is 10am. If you have requests outside of this, please let us know and we’ll do our best to accommodate.
Please be patient with us if we’ve not quite finished changeover by 3pm! If there is only one of us, it can be quite a challenge to finish all of the tents to the standard we want, but we’d rather keep check-in at 3pm not later so usually you get more time to enjoy the site. We provide chairs and tables outside the tents and by the kitchenette so you can still come in and enjoy the view whilst we finish off!
Our bell tents are set up for 2 adults sharing a double bed with some space to relax inside with casual chairs etc. We can also arrange 2 additional children’s floor beds to go into the tents. There is a one-off fee per child which would be added to the total cost for your stay.
We do not have any cots for infants, but let us know if you would like to bring one of your own and we can arrange to remove some furniture to accommodate this.
Each bell tent has a parking space assigned in our car park less than 100m from the bell tents. Please use the space signposted with the name of your bell tent. If you have a particularly large car or are bringing more than one, please let us know in advance so arrangements can be made.
No, unfortunately at this time we don’t allow dogs on site to ensure those with allergies don’t suffer.
This is glamping, not camping, so we believe we’ve covered all bases in terms of equipment, facilities and bedding. All you need is a towel, your clothes, food and toiletries and you’re good to go! For a full packing list and confirmation of what we provide, please refer to our accommodation page.
Our beds are lovely and warm with goose down duvets so just bring your pyjamas and you should have no problems when it comes to sleep time, but it is England after all so it can get pretty chilly when you’re sat out under the stars! If you are coming in April or late September/October, it’s always colder at night so we’d suggest bringing warm layers and we have spare blankets in each tent to snuggle up in. If you’re not going straight to bed, you may want to light up the log burner inside – these make the tents more toasty!
A tip from us: if you’re going straight to bed when you get into the tents, don’t light the log burner! The beds are very warm , so with a log burner going too you will soon be too hot. Try out the beds first! Also the fires mustn’t be left unattended when lit so please don’t fall asleep with them going.
Each tent has solar-powered lighting with 2 bulbs, along with various candle lanterns. Please use these with care and keep away from children, furnishings and the tents themselves.
If you want to ensure your solar lights have charge for the evening, please keep an eye on the battery level and charge phones in the kitchenette – they eat up a lot of solar power!
Please see our ‘Things To Do’ page for a taster, then once you’re arrived you’ll find a welcome pack with more details on where to eat, local attractions and natural beauty spots.
There are options! Each bell tent has its own BBQ and you can buy BBQ easy light bags on site. You also have your own fire pit but this is more suited to marshmallow toasting. The kitchenette also has an electric 2 ring hob and saucepans if you’ve had your fill of BBQ food! Or give the log burner in your tent a go for the good old-fashioned version of a stove.
You can either do it the camping way (using your log burner as a stove and camping kettle provided in your tent), or do it the glamping way – use the shared kettle in our kitchenette. Tea and coffee are provided along with mugs, but please bring your own milk to store in the shared fridge.
Our shared kitchenette has all the basics you need for a nice weekend in the country – fridge (AKA wine fridge), 2 ring electric hob, sink, kettle, coffee machine, utensils, cutlery, crockery (well technically it’s melamine), tea towels and washing up essentials. There are also some basics such as salt, pepper, olive oil, tea, coffee & sugar – please keep these in the kitchen for all to share. There’s also an honesty box in the kitchen with a variety of things you may have forgotten, please use honestly, as and when you need!
Please return all kitchen items washed up to the kitchenette. If you have time to strip the beds, feel free to help us out, otherwise, simply head out when you’re ready (check out is by 10am) and zip the door behind you to keep wildlife out!
Each tent has a solar-powered charging unit with 2 USB points and a 12V cigarette lighter. Simply bring your charger cable and plug in. Please note, the lights also run off this so in less sunny weather, please use the electric sockets in the kitchenette.
To ensure there is power when you need it, please also turn the lights and solar box off when not in use.
Yes, the coverage in Uggeshall is generally medium to strong.
The closest shop is The Village Store. It’s well-equipped with a nice mix of small local products and big brands which is a 3 minute drive, or 7 minute cycle ride away.
Southwold is only a 7 minute drive away and offers a huge stretch of beach ranging from beautiful sand and peaceful dunes to shingle and a quirky pier.
There are two pubs nearby, The Angel and The Plough which are roughly a 3 minute drive, or a 10 minute cycle ride away.
Our pricing goes up during the festival (Thursday – Sunday night) as this is a peak time for us. Please enquire for specific details. We try to keep this as reasonable and competitive as possible each year.
Yes, please speak to us about this. We can either suggest a local taxi company for you, or sometimes we’re able to drop you off ourselves. Please let us know in advance as the local companies get booked up months in advance!
Yes at certain times of year, please drop us an email at email@example.com to enquire about this. We do not accept stag do bookings.
Please refer to our cancellation policy.
We try to keep it simple and take payment in one go upfront to secure your booking, saving on reminder emails and late payment chasing! Payment is taken during the booking process online and all personal info is secure and encrypted.
Mid week is if you’re staying Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday night. This is a cheaper nightly rate than Friday, Saturday and Sunday night which we class as the weekend.
It’s £75 a night per tent midweek, or £85 a night per tent at the weekend from April – September, but in the summer holidays this goes up to £85 for both weekdays and weekends. In off season this goes down to £65 or £75 a night respectively. If you wish to bring children or infants, there is a charge of £10 per little one.