New for 2020 Cupola Farm Glamping

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2021 is the second season of Glamping at Cupola Farm, and we are looking forward to welcoming back visitors from 2020 and meeting new visitors for 2021.

 

We are a working farm and visitors are welcome to join Stuart and Penny to help out with  feeding the Goats and other animal inter action.

April will be an especially busy month with new born kids arriving, so there will be plenty of oportunity for supervised bottle feeding and baby goat cuddles.

 

Accommodation  for your stay is either in our refurbished Railway freight carriage or one of our Bell Tents, come and relax at the farm, and get back to nature.  Enjoy the sunsets and wild skies of the Fens, or explore the local sights and amenities, such as the RSPB Reserve at Lakenheath Fen, local Riding stables, Escape Rooms Suffolk, Swimming and Local Golf Courses, all within a few miles.

For the younger generation and the Young at Heart, there is the Go Ape Activity centre at High Lodge in Thetford Forest, where you can Play, run climb or cycle your way round the King's Forest, or splash in the Stream at Santon Downham, or visit the Wild Tracks Activity centre for Go Carting, or the new mountain bike track, all 11 miles away.

Also worth a visit are the Historic Market Towns of Bury St Edmunds, with Abbey and Gardens, Ely, with Cathedral and Grounds, or the Horse Racing town of Newmarket, for local produce, arts and crafts or just to look around the many independent shops  all within 20 miles. 

Visit the Historic University City of Cambridge, go punting on the Cam, or seek out the famous Corpus Clock,  only 30 miles away.

 

Wake up to the sites and sounds of the farm

The fire pit is perfect for toasting marshmallows, making  campfire bread or melting s'mores.

Each unit has it's own wet room allocated for the duration of your stay during Covid-19 restrictions.