Tucked behind a Suffolk pub you will discover a calming campsite with a tranquil vibe and quirky accommodation.
Alde Garden Campsite, situated in Sweffling (between Saxmundham and Framlingham), is a small, but perfectly formed, glamping site with two yurts, a bell tent, gypsy caravan, hideout, and space for five tents.
On Tuesday night I attended the HighTide Festival in Aldeburgh to watch Songlines by Tallulah Brown.
My friend Emily from The Goal Getter was kindly invited to stay at Five Acre Barn a couple of weeks ago and she invited me along for the trip!
On Saturday I finally made it to The Forge Kitchen in Ipswich. I’d been meaning to go for ages, as I really wanted to try its small plate concept.
What could be better after a long day at work than coming home to brownies through your letterbox?
At the beginning of the year I was determined to do and see new things in Suffolk. So when Patrón Tequila kindly invited me to Jimmy’s Festival (which I’d never been to before), I jumped at the chance.
Ah Latitude, you did it again, another weekend of glittery-faced fun. I’ve been having major Latitude withdraws this week, so I thought I’d put together a highlights post to keep the festival dream alive!