Shepherd's huts near Aldeburgh with surfing

If you're camping on the Suffolk coast there are few more essential places to visit the Aldeburgh.

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4 top shepherd's huts sites near Aldeburgh with surfing

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Hickling Campsite

31 units · Glamping, Tents1 acre · Norfolk, East Anglia
Tent camping and glamping within walking distance of Norfolk's largest broad and less than 10 minutes' drive from the beach
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Blue Sky Huts

2 units · Glamping2 acres · Beccles, Suffolk, East Anglia
Our beautiful shepherd huts lie in a private two acre nature reserve in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. Sympathetically managed the meadow evolves throughout the year and offers the perfect spot to switch off from everyday life. You can be as active or chilled as you like! Simply relaxing on site enjoying the peace and tranquillity and seeing what wildlife comes to visit is a perfect way to spend a day. Alternatively there are endless possibilities for things to do. Some options include, hiring one of our onsite bikes and heading to the next door village for a vineyard tour, or a little further afield you can visit a brewery and sample their ales. Or why not pop to the coast for a day at the beach - Southwold, Walberswick, Aldeburgh and Covehithe are all within a short drive and offer completely different experiences. Do you love the arts? If so in our local town we have The Cut arts centre who regularly hold an ecclectic mix of live performances and exhibitions. The world famous Snape Maltings is just down the road with internationally renowned artists performing. In addition we are a great spot from which to enjoy Latitude festival!
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Mill House Breaks

2 units · Glamping3 acres · Suffolk, East Anglia
Three super-spacious shepherd’s huts in the Suffolk countryside
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Hunstanton Camping & Glamping

14 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · King's Lynn, England
Hunstanton Camping and Glamping with mYminiBreak is located 2 minutes walk from the beach. Heacham is a large but quiet village just on the outskirts of the seaside town of Hunstanton. Providing a range of camping pitches for tents, campervans, caravans and motorhomes; you could also indulge in a ready-made stay in a Glamping Bell Tent or Shepherds Hut for a Glamping break away on the Norfolk coast. When you stay at Hunstanton Camping and Glamping with mYminiBreak you are conveniently located to explore the beach and its surrounding areas. Between the venue and the beach, you will find the entrance to a public footpath that takes you to Snettisham, a smaller and history-rich village through scenic rural countryside. It is also possible to walk to Hunstanton in the opposite direction along the promenade whilst enjoying the sea air and open views. Our campsite is one of only a handful of campsites located on the west coast of Norfolk and just a 2-minute walk from the beach gives us a prime location for watching the sunset go down in all its spectacular deep orange and red glory. Couple this with having some drinks with friends and family by your campfire or BBQ makes for a wonderful memory to share with your loved ones. We are campfire and dog friendly, and welcome your four-legged friends to stay with you across our camping and glamping accommodation Local shops only 5 minutes down the road takes a load off your mind knowing that if you forget any supplies you don't have to go without, making your experience while camping in Hunstanton a relaxed and fun time. We are a rural former dairy farm by the beach, there are free-ranging chickens and cockerels and they may make farmyard sounds, if you are a light sleeper, be sure to bring earplugs :) GLAMPERS PLEASE NOTE The Glamping Kitchenette is suitable for making small quick meals with the use of a microwave, oven & stove for cooking and grilling and a toaster and kettle, there is also a fridge provided. Showers and toilets are shared with the campsite with the exception of gas powered outside showers that are solely for glampers. We are a VERY dog-friendly venue, we welcome dogs and muddy boots and host many hikers and explorers of the Norfolk Coast, although every care has been taken to ensure very clean accommodation, it is possible that a dog hair or 2 escapes our conscientious eye, please bear this in mind and let us know should you find anything you are not happy with, we will get our housekeeping team to deal with the issue swiftly! Please note that the Glamping Bell Tents and Glamping Shepherds Huts are for 2 adults only with the exception of 1 Adult and 1 Child with prior consent from us, they are not suitable for under 2's and do not come with facilities for children or babies. Dogs are charged at £10 per dog per stay with a max of 3 dogs for Glamping and £3 per night per dog for Camping
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Arguably the jewel in Suffolk's coastal crown, this long-standing seaside resort is a truly classic coastal escape and is a place that has reinvented time and again, from its annual arts festival to its current profile as the Londoners' holiday location of choice. But you needn't buy a million-pound second home to enjoy its wonders. There are ample Suffolk campsites nearby and you can bring your tent and camp near to Aldeburgh at a fraction of the price (it's far more fun too!).

Shepherd's huts near Aldeburgh with surfing guide

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A bit a bit Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh is perhaps the jewel in Suffolk's coastal crown, a long-standing resort, but one that has reinvented itself cleverly and successfully over the years, from its annual arts festival, the brainchild of local resident Benjamin Britten, to its current profile as Islington-on-Sea for Londoners who don't want to feel too far from home. It's a great place to do not much at all, with a handful of sights in itself, many of them Britten-related, including the church, where the composer is buried, the house where he lived during his final years and Maggi Hambling's controversial clam shell sculpture on the beach, whose charms have divided residents and visitors for years. When you've seen these, browsed the high street shops and strolled the seafront path, you've pretty much done Aldeburgh, but the countryside around is a fab place to go camping for a long weekend away, and the area is a great base for exploring this part of the Suffolk Coast – enjoying the fruits of its small fishing fleet which famously sells their catch from wooden shacks along the stony beach.

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If you're camping on the Suffolk coast there are few more essential places to visit the Aldeburgh. A popular second-home destination for Londoners, you needn't buy a million-pound second home to enjoy its wonders. There are ample Suffolk campsites nearby and you can bring your tent and camp near to Aldeburgh at a fraction of the price (it's far more fun too!).

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