Address & Directions
Stonham Barns,
Pettaugh Road,
Stoneham Aspal,
Suffolk, IP14 6AT.

MR 156/145591.

From A140 N of Ipswich at A1120 xrds SP Stonham barns & owl centre. Caravan park is 1.5m.

Stonham Barns website

Fee £10.00 pun non electric pitch. £12 pun electric pitch.

Stonham Barns is located on the A1120 at Stonham Aspal, half way between Stowmarket and Framlingham in the heart of Suffolk countryside and is a leisure, shopping and rural pursuits complex. Admission to the main complex and car parking is free although some of the attractions have an admission charge but you can decide which you would like to visit. The barns are open seven days a week and include 9 hole golf course, fishing lake and a Wide range of art and craft.
Nice flat field with electric points.  Shops and cafe on site as well as an owl sanctuary (admission charge) A walk into the village for the local bus stop

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