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A glamping site set on a sprawling 115-acre nature reserve in east Suffolk has been named as one of the best places to stay at by a national newspaper.
Secret Meadows, in Hasketon near Woodbridge, has been included in The Times’ list of 10 amazing glampsites to book.
It is managed by Charlotte Daniel and the site, on the White House Farm nature reserve, features a range of tents and huts to stay in.
The luxury lodge tents have a private toilet and shower, a four-poster king size bed, hot and cold running water and a wood-fired hot tub.
The Times’ guide said: “Fancy sleeping on a nature reserve? On the 115-acre White House Farm site stand six safari-style tents, an incredible two-storey tent, a converted horse truck and a gypsy caravan-shepherd’s hut combo.
“Spot birds and butterflies, follow woodland trails, or sign up for some of the site’s activities. After dark, listen to owls softly hooting as you drift off.”
Charlotte said: “We’re delighted to have been featured in The Times and so grateful for being recommend in the national press. We received quite a few bookings following the feature so it has really helped to boost the business.
“I think Secret Meadows stands out because we are surrounded by a nature reserve and guests have all the wild space to explore.
“Our profits go to the wildlife charity The Sinfield Nature Conservation Trust which owns the site and we have a strong environmental ethos at the heart of what we do.”
Three nights of self-catering accommodation for four people at Secret Meadows starts at £495.
published 2022-06-09 11:43:59