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Wardley Hill Campsite

Glamping with 27 units £8 pppn sleeps 1 , £200 pupn sleeps 2

Wardley Hill Campsite

Wardley Hill Campsite

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Wardley Hill Road,
Kirby Cane, Bungay,
NR35 2PQ


Wardley Hill Campsite is an ecological campsite in the Waveney Valley. Wild flowers and grass are left to grow to encourage butterflies and bees. The long grass surrounds lush mown unregimented camping spots for you to choose, some secluded and others big enough to fit several families.

Our six-acre site has some woodland, a small stream and three seasonal ponds which can be safely explored during the summer. Our car free camping field is exclusively for tents while small campervans are also welcome to stay with us in their own area. For those of you looking for a Norfolk glamping experience we have a stunning Lotus Bell Stargazer tent, a Yurt, a locally crafted Shepherds hut, Hammock hut, Tinkers Hut and even a Tentsile Connect tent suspended in the trees.

Our facilities on site offer an authentic back-to-basics camping experience with three clean composting toilets, a urinal and an open topped shower with hot water. Drinking water is provided around the site. Campfires are encouraged in our fire drums and dogs on leads are welcome.

We also have a recreation field where dogs and campers alike can run free. Perfect for a game of cricket or an afternoon of kite flying.

We would like you to be able to camp how you want, choose where ever you want to pitch your tent and have a peaceful and relaxing stay.

Children welcomeGardenVisa/Mastercard/Switch acceptedDogs/pets accepted by arrangementAmerican Express acceptedEuros acceptedSingle sex groups NOT acceptedReal log/coal firesBarbecue


See location of Wardley Hill Campsite on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: TM 362928  Lat: 52.48494 Long: 1.47808

By car:
From London
Take the M11 north, join the A11 and then the A14 towards Bury St.Edmunds.
Take exit 43 off the A14 and join the A134 at the roundabout at the bottom of the slip road. At
the next roundabout take the second exit for the A143 and follow this to Diss.
Alternatively take the A12 to Ipswich. At the Copdock interchange follow the A14 north to junction
51, take the 2nd exit at the roundabout and follow the A140 to Diss
From Diss follow the A143 signed Great Yarmouth to Harleston then Bungay. As you arrive
outside Bungay you will pass under a footbridge, continue on the A143 over the next two roundabouts.
The next village you will come to is Ellingham. As you enter the 50mph speed limit you
want to take the second left signed Wardley Hill.
Follow Wardley Hill Road all the way to the top past the houses. The Campsite drive will be on
your right.
From the North
From the M6 or M1 pick up the A14 at the fancy new Catthorpe junction and follow to Bury
St.Edmunds. Use the above instructions from there.
From the A1 you can continue to the A14 and follow the above instructions or take the A17 at
Newark. Follow the A17 to King's Lynn where you will pick up the A47 to Norwich. Once on
the Norwich southern bypass you need to pick up signs for Great Yarmouth or Lowestoft and
take the A146 to Loddon. As you pass Loddon you need to take a right next to an electricity pilon
signed Stubbs Green. This is Bungay Road, follow for 2.7 miles and take a left onto Brick
Kiln Road signed for Ellingham and Kirby Cane. At the end of the road go straight over the
crossroads on to Wardley Hill Road. We are the drive on your left after 300m.


  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • GardenGarden
  • Visa/Mastercard/Switch acceptedVisa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangementDogs/pets accepted by arrangement
  • American Express acceptedAmerican Express accepted
  • Euros acceptedEuros accepted
  • Single sex groups NOT acceptedSingle sex groups NOT accepted
  • Real log/coal firesReal log/coal fires
  • BarbecueBarbecue