Address: Alderton Road, Hollesley, Woodbridge, IP12 3RQ

  • Touring pitches: 45

We say...

‘Probably the friendliest caravan site in Suffolk,’ says Run Cottage Touring Park’s website, and a lot of you would probably agree with that – many who nominated the site mentioned how warm they found the welcome here to be.

This is a small site; it has just 45 pitches (including 14 with hardstanding) and two glamping pods, but they’re set across 4.5 acres of parkland, so there’s plenty of space to enjoy.

It’s an adults-only site for 2018, so couples touring without children will find even more peace and quiet.

A tourist information area, clean toilets and a washing-up area are among the amenities to be found here.

There are many attractions to enjoy locally, including Sutton Hoo and the castles of Framlingham and Orford, plus the towns of Woodbridge and Aldeburgh.

You say...

“Very quiet with a lovely, relaxed atmosphere. Nothing is too much trouble for the owners and they are always available. Access to the site is very easy from the road and the pitches are large and well looked after. TV coverage is not good in this area but the owners solved this by putting satellite dishes around the site for campers to use.”

“This is a beautifully maintained site, with plenty of space for each unit. The very helpful owners are always available.”

Top 100 Sites Guide – Run Cottage Touring Park

Take a look around Run Cottage Touring Park, great for caravan holidays in Suffolk!

Facilities

  • Pets allowed
  • Disabled access
  • Touring pitches
  • Motorhome pitches
  • Seasonal pitches
  • Tent pitches
  • Serviced pitches (touring)
  • Camping pods
  • Electric hook-ups
  • Sanitary block(s)
  • Laundry
  • Wireless internet
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Washing up facilities

Location


Alderton Road, Hollesley, Woodbridge, IP12 3RQ

Directions

We are located, in Suffolk, East-Anglia, in the pretty village of Hollesley, 20 minutes south-east of Woodbridge. You can find us on the map below. Turn Right off the A12 (Ipswich-Saxmundham) at Melton onto A1152 (sp Bawdsey, Orford) within 1.5 miles turn right at roundabout onto B1083 (sp Bawdsey, Hollesley) within 0.75 miles fork left (sp Hollesley 5 Miles) (not straight on) you arrive into Hollesley on Duck corner Cross Roads.
Turn right into “The Street” continue through village down a small hill over Red brick Bridge, the site is on the left, 100 yard past the bridge. Please beware if you have a Sat Nav or are using an online route planner that it may direct you to Felixstowe. This is only a foot ferry across the river and not Car ferry. You need to go via Woodbridge.
Also If you are coming from the North Via the A14. Please don’t be tempted to come off at junction 51 ( A140) and go across country via Coddenham, as these roads are very narrow and not really suitable for caravans and large motor homes, it’s slightly longer by about 5 miles but far better to come A14 / A12 to Run Cottage

Awards

Memberships

  • Alan Rogers
    Caravan and Camping Club (non-members also welcome)
    Caravan Club
    Premier Parks