Redlands Caravan and Motorhome Site In Suffolk
About us

Facilities

5 grass standings on a well maintained ½ acre level site adjacent to 4 acres of private woodland Suitable for caravans and motorhomes up to 9m long and height of 3m Portable load-spreaders available for your jockey wheel etc on request Coded access security gates Fresh dirinking water standpipe o Can be driven up to 10 amp electric hook up (EHU) Chemical toilet disposal point Recycling bins Dog walking in our private woodland Site is adjacent to the public footpaths and bridleway No toilets or showers Walking distance to village shops including Chinese Takeaway, General Stores selling Calor Gas, and a Michelin listed restaurant Tariff £20 per night for 2 adults (March - Oct) £22 per night for 2 adults (Nov - Feb) Additional Adults £2 per person per night Children - no charge Dogs Extra: £2 per dog per night Additional car – no charge but please let us know in advance Awnings – no charge Groundsheets not allowed

About us

A warm welcome awaits you at our family (and dog) friendly certificated location for the exclusive use of Caravan & Motorhome Club members and perfectly located for exploring the Shotley Peninsula and beyond.. We are a family-owned CL Site, have lived here for over 20 years, and opened our CL Site in July 2021. Previously, the land had been used for farming crops and grazing for horses. For many years we have been growing our own veggies and a young woodland for coppicing. It’s a real pleasure just living on the peaceful and rural Shotley Peninsula, bounded by the River Orwell and the River Stour. There are free range hens wandering about our site, full of character and amusing antics. There are horses kept in the nearby fields, down the bridleway at the edge of our field. Slightly further away are pheasant feeding stations so there are always pheasants wandering about. Muntjac and roe deer also visit us, often raiding our apple trees.
Our visitors enjoy spotting our resident wildlife including stag beetles, brown hare, rabbits, pheasants, muntjac and roe deer, barn owls and buzzards whilst taking advantage of strolling on the many winding paths in our private woodland. Horse riding may be observed on the bridleway next to the site. The gated exit from the woodland offers miles of off-road walking on the many public footpaths in the area.
Redlands Caravan and Motorhome Site in Suffolk
About us

Facilities

5 grass standings on a well maintained ½ acre level site adjacent to 4 acres of private woodland Suitable for caravans and motorhomes up to 9m long and height of 3m Portable load-spreaders available for your jockey wheel etc on request Coded access security gates Fresh drinking water standpipe o Can be driven up to 10 amp electric hook up (EHU) Chemical toilet disposal point Recycling bins Dog walking in our private woodland Site is adjacent to the public footpaths and bridleway No toilets or showers Walking distance to village shops including Chinese Takeaway, General Stores selling Calor Gas, and a Michelin listed restaurant Tariff £20 per night for 2 adults (March - Oct) £22 per night for 2 adults (Nov - Feb) Additional Adults £2 per person per night Children - no charge Dogs Extra: £2 per dog per night Additional car – no charge but please let us know in advance Awnings – no charge Groundsheets not allowed

About us

A warm welcome awaits you at our family (and dog) friendly certificated location for the exclusive use of Caravan & Motorhome Club members and perfectly located for exploring the Shotley Peninsula and beyond.. We are a family-owned CL Site, have lived here for over 20 years, and opened our CL Site in July 2021. Previously, the land had been used for farming crops and grazing for horses. For many years we have been growing our own veggies and a young woodland for coppicing. It’s a real pleasure just living on the peaceful and rural Shotley Peninsula, bounded by the River Orwell and the River Stour. There are free range hens wandering about our site, full of character and amusing antics. There are horses kept in the nearby fields, down the bridleway at the edge of our field. Slightly further away are pheasant feeding stations so there are always pheasants wandering about. Muntjac and roe deer also visit us, often raiding our apple trees.
Our visitors enjoy spotting our resident wildlife including stag beetles, brown hare, rabbits, pheasants, muntjac and roe deer, barn owls and buzzards whilst taking advantage of strolling on the many winding paths in our private woodland. Horse riding may be observed on the bridleway next to the site. The gated exit from the woodland offers miles of off-road walking on the many public footpaths in the area.