Where to Stay

There are lots of lovely places to stay in the beautiful Suffolk countryside with the picturesque coastal towns of Southwold, Walberswick and Aldeburgh on the doorstep of Henham Barns.  Henham has its own new boutique Bed & Breakfast accommodation situated in 800 acres of Repton designed listed private parkland: www.stablesathenhampark.com

and for other accommodation and lots of information about the area go to:

www.thesuffolkcoast.co.uk/where-to-stay-suffolk-coast

www.visitsuffolk.com/blog/where-to-stay-in-suffolk.aspx

 

Henham
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Food and Drink

Hot and soft drinks are included in your ticket price and will be available through out the day. We will also be operating a cash bar. 

Food will be available to purchase at the venue during the festival. Just Honest Food will be serving delicious hot meals made from local and in season produce from their beautiful converted horse box during the day, then into the evening Phoenix Pizza will be firing up their outdoor ovens to offer a selection of wood fired pizza. 

wearehonestfood.com

@phoenixpizza

 

How to get to Henham Park Barns

Henham Park is rich in history and has been owned and cared for by the Rous family since 1544. The ancient oak tree Sir John Rous hid in to escape Oliver Cromwell’s Roundheads still lives and is part of the fabric of the landscape which extends over one of the largest listed parklands in the country. 

Henham Barns postcode is NR34 8AQ. The entrance is off the A12 between the Southwold and Wangford turn offs. 

Parking is available next to the Barns. 

Train: Darsham (from London change at Ipswich. 2hr trip + 10min taxi from Darsham)

henhampark.com