ABOUT Suffolk yurt holidays
In this beautiful rural Suffolk setting the aim of our business is to provide you with an amazing yurt holiday experience. A place to come and make wonderful holiday memories surrounded by some of England’s prettiest countryside. We try to make what we can here Eco friendly and sustainable so its good for us, the environment and the future.
‘Dreams do come true’
From the moment we met Paul and I have had a thirst for adventure, travel, water sports and snowboarding. We bought our VW Campervan Colin a 1972 Westy in 2007, restored him and in 2010 set off for 7 months on an adventure around Europe. We had a wonderful time on our journey to Istanbul and back and stayed in literally hundreds of campsites. We talked every night about our dream to own our own!
Our next years were busy restoring houses, working and becoming a family, and are lucky to have two beautiful children Rose and Alfie.
Having grown up in Burnham On Crouch in Essex we often visited beautiful Suffolk in our campervan Colin, always on the lookout for our future campsite.
In 2018 we found Oak Cottage, and from the moment we first visited we knew this was where we wanted to be. Greeted by the grandest oak tree you have ever seen we knew we could make this beautiful spot a place for people to come on holiday relax and make memories.
We have so many ideas for this wonderful place and Family Watling hope to welcome you here soon.
Paul & Jane x
“We just wanted to drop you a note to say thank you for a great weekend. You have a lovely place and the facilities are really good. We all certainly had a lot of fresh air and very much enjoyed our time and hope to return.”
“Thank you for sharing your home with us, it is simply perfect! We all had the most wonderful life experience and can not wait to return. All the best for the future and we look forward to seeing you again.”
“Thank you so much for such a lovely holiday. We have had a brilliant time and can't wait to come back next year! The Yurts are beautiful and it was great fun all coming round the campfire at night. Thanks again.”