With campfires, big skies and plenty to do, Yurt holidays at Ivy Grange Farm offer a great blend of outdoor living and luxury glamping in Suffolk UK
We've been here twice now and both times it's been wonderful. So relaxing, and my kids love it here. The owners have thought of everything and are so friendly and welcoming.
I highly recommend the out door shower, particularly at night time under the moonlight! The yurts are so well looked after and great inside, also so lovely to sit round a camp fire at night. Cannot recommend enough to stay here!
The site is in a beautiful location and so peaceful. It's not overcrowded or overdone. Just a great natural glamping experience.
Kim and Nick have thought of all little details so you don't have to and the honesty shop was a welcome addition for a few essentials and not so essentials.
Another fantastic trip and we were sad to leave after four nights.
Glorious Suffolk glamping...
Welcome to our lovely 3 acre meadow set in quiet countryside with everything you need on hand. We have 4 beautifully furnished yurts and a shepherd's hut, all set on raised decking each with their own wood-burner, campfire pit and BBQ, so you can celebrate whatever the weather. What better than to sit out round your campfire as the sun sets, enjoying something fresh off the barbie and maybe a bottle from our local (award-winning!) vineyard as you watch the swallows skim the meadow and then listen to the owls hooting in the trees around as the sun drops below the horizon.
Once inside your yurt or hut, a really comfortable bed and twinkling fairy lights will ensure a really good night's sleep under the inky black sky with the Milky Way arcing above. And in the morning, take a luxurious Woodland Shower - with hot water from the mains this is a delight at any time of the day as the sun beams in from dawn to dusk - and you can hear the bullfinches whistling and occasionally see a rabbit hopping through. Glamping Heaven!
Any questions? Call us on 07802 456087 or get in touch through our contact form
Many of you will know that the date of Easter is determined by the cycle of the full moon; this year the full moon (or Pink Full Moon as it is known, heralding the apperance of the "moss pink" or wild ground phlox, one of the first spring flowers) falls on Good Friday.
The yurts are all happily tucked away for the winter now, enjoying time in the new yurt-store that we built last winter. We had a good few weeks of sunshine in which to take them down, aided by a couple of great volunteers, Andrea and Nicola, throughout the early autumn period.