Polstead Camping & Caravanning Club Site
England, East of England, Suffolk, Polstead
- +44 1787 211969
- Mid February - Mid January
Alan Rogers Review
Polstead Camping & Caravanning Club site is a lovely touring park in the peaceful Suffolk countryside, in the heart of Constable Country, and is an ideal base from which to explore many places of interest. These include Flatford Mill (the scene for Constable’s famous painting), Sudbury (the birthplace of Gainsborough), Long Melford with its Hall, and Colchester, Britain’s oldest town. The very neat and cared for park is attractively presented and offers 60 level pitches, 54 with 10/16A electricity. Well established hedges separate most of the pitches whilst others are clustered for seclusion, 35 have gravel hardstanding.
Non-members are welcome and may join on site. Please speak to site staff for details and to check pitch availability before arrival.
Its rural location on the edge of a conservation area ensures visitors to the site will have plenty to do during their stay. The site takes its name from a pretty village just a mile away, which features a large pond separated from the village green by a steep hill. There is an excellent network of paths around the village, some taking in the area’s ancient woodland and wildlife sites.
Modern toilet block with spacious hot showers. Facilities for disabled visitors consist of a wet room including a toilet with handrails which doubles as a baby changing/family room. Laundry. Dish washing area. Motorhome service point. Chemical toilet point. Reception sells a good range of supplies. Gas sales. Ice pack freezer. Pets welcome. Dog walk. Fish and chips delivered by arrangement on Saturdays. Rally field. Children’s trim trail. Free Wi-Fi over site. Caravan storage.
From A1071 Hadleigh-Sudbury road, just past the Brewers Arms public house, turn left just before a water tower towards Polstead. Site is 250 yards on the right.Link to campsite location map on google
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