Camping at Fire & Feast
If you love good food, woodfires and getting away from it all then Fire and Feast is the place for you. With big Suffolk skies above and a backdrop of birdsong and meadow flowers rustling in the breeze, our family farm is just the place for a long lazy weekend or a family holiday making memories around the campfire. The secluded campsite is intentionally small to provide you with all the space you need to relax and the large meadow pitches are cut into long grass to create further privacy. If you fancy stretching your legs, our network of re-wilded tracks and fields across the farm link to local footpaths, providing country walks for little legs or keen hikers, and miles of rural lanes are perfect for cycling.
Booking Your Stay
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All weekend bookings and pre-pitch safari tents minimum two night bookings.
Each of our spacious Meadow Pitches is cut into the long wildflower meadow providing with winding paths to provide some privacy. Pitches have enough room for a tent and a shelter and come equipped with a Roadii Grill and a table bench.
We have two pitches that come ready set up with Safari Tents for low stress camping. These tents come with furniture, cooking utensils, chairs and comfy camp air mattresses so all you have to bring is yourself and your bedding!
Our camper's barn is there for all of our campers to use, with a coffee corner, a little shop and plenty of space for rainy days.
It also holds our Capers fridges and freezer as well as the toilets and showers which past campers have said are tip top!
Fire & Feast is all about woodfire cooking so each pitch comes with a Roadii grill for you to use, make dinner low stress by ordering a meal kit from us. If you want to learn more book into one of our workshops or if you don't fancy cooking at all you can book into our Saturday suppers or come to the Sunday brunch café.
Our Local Area
Situated right in-between three charming market towns, for days out, you are spoilt for choice. The Suffolk Coast, with its quaint seaside towns and unspoilt beaches, is less than thirty minutes away; Framlingham and Orford Castles are both good to explore; shopping in Norwich and Bury St Edmunds and a multitude of small market towns with quirky independent shops offer wide retail choice; Easton Farm Park and Africa Alive for family days out and Snape Maltings, outdoor theatre and a multitude of music festivals offer something for art lovers.
If you want to explore under your own steam you can hire bikes from Suffolk Cycle Hire to get you around, they will deliver them to the campsite for you. If water is more your thing there are plenty of waterways to explore by kyak or canoe!
Have a look at our full Favorite Places Directory for more inspiration!
Favourite Foodie Places
As we love food soo much we thought we would share a few of our favourite local foodie haunts:
The Royal Oak, Laxfield - traditional local serving good quality and value pub grub in the next village
The King's Head, Laxfield (known locally at the "Low House") - a quaint 16th century thatched pub - beer is served straight from the casks in the Tap Room, with small drinking rooms, high backed settles, a warm open fire in winter and a large pub garden for summer.
The Dennington Queen, Dennington - country pub with dining, a cosy atmosphere, real ales and home cooked food. A 16th Century
Fox and Goose, Fressingfield - A fine restaurant and country pub situated 3 miles away, serving a very high standard of traditional and modern European cooking. Awarded AA 2 Rosettes and featured in the Michelin and Harden's food guides.
Focus Organic, Halesworth - Deli and Cafe, stocking cured meats, cheeses, olives, antipasti and many fresh sweet and savoury foods available to eat in or take away, also a large selection of organic world foods.
Framlingham Market (Saturdays): a great range of local produce and food stalls including fish from Lowestoft, two green grocers, fresh bread, the Pie Man and local cakes and sweet treats.
The Good The Bad and The Hungry (Wednesdays-Sunday): A great local place for brunch and within cycling (or a solid, hunger inducing walking) distance from Fire & Feast!