Availability & Booking
TO BOOK: click on your arrival date on the calendar & select number of nights
Alde Garden is a tiny campsite in the heart of Suffolk with an eclectic range of rustic, quirky accommodation as well as a handful of small tent pitches.
Check-in 2-4pm; check out is 10am (Badger Cottage check-in from 4pm; check out 11am)
Accommodation is tucked away in a small wildlife garden, so the site is not suitable for lively games or ball games.
Although we do accept children, the site is not necessarily suitable for all families. Parents should maintain an appropriate level of supervision at all times, and should note that there is an unfenced pond in the garden. For more information please read the description of the garden*.
Sorry, no pets & no groups*
Payment terms: 25% deposit on booking (tent pitches excluded), remaining balance 6 weeks prior to holiday start date
*Full terms can be found on the FAQ page
Barn Owl Yurt
Barn Owl is a delicate yurt – hand-crafted by us from specially chosen characterful wood. The many twists and bends in the…. Read more
Price from £220 for 2 nights (sleeps 4)
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Our bell tent is 4.5m (the same diameter as the yurts) and comes with rugs on the floor and a double bed plus two single …. Read more
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