Welcome to Ivy Grange Farm
The weather is looking particularly gorgeous at the moment and we've still got late availability for mid-week bookings (at very reasonable prices!). If you're looking for a late break, check out the availability calendar and come on over. The yurts are up until the end of October and each yurt has its own wood-burning stove for cooler nights, that is if you're not sitting out by your campfire star-gazing and listening to the hooting of the owls (we've got tawny and little owls out and about at the moment, being particularly chatty once the sun has gone down).
The dark skies in Suffolk are a wonderful experience - we regularly see the Milky Way and quite often shooting stars dropping from the heavens. We did some star-spotting to help us navigate on our our recent Supermoon Walk; we were blessed with clear skies and a mild temperature and we had a great walk along the Blyth estuary to Southwold and then across the commons and woods near Walberswick, through the reed beds and back to Blythburgh where we were met by hot chocolate and our mini-bus, bang on the stroke of midnight. This is the 3rd year we've run the event - led by epxerienced night-walker and travel journalist Dixe Wills - and we're planning another for next year. We'll put details on the website in due course, but do get in touch if you are interested (or indeed have ideas for other events).