Lying on the edge of the village of Buxhall down a no through road, Fasbourn offers something for all; peaceful surroundings with a network of footpaths and quiet lanes for walks and bike rides, an abundance of birds and wildlife to watch and the beautiful towns and villages of Suffolk waiting to be explored.
Fasbourn Hall dates back to the fifteenth century and three generations of the Fisher family have made it their home since 2010. The house has been lovingly restored and is now a luxury B&B www.fasbournhall.co.uk The house is named after a fourteenth century rector of Buxhall church, Geoffrey Fausebroun and over the centuries the hall evolved with the fortunes of the estate.
The 26 acres surrounding the campsite is shared with those in the local community who wish to raise livestock or grow vegetables. All that open space is perfect for games and adventures for any children staying with us.
Lucy looks after the bell tents, sharing her lifelong love of life under canvas and the simple things in life with all those who stay. She reckons that all the best stories heard at family gatherings stem from camping trips and hopes that Fasbourn can play a small part in forming great memories for you and your loved ones.
- Oak is the tent closest to all the facilities. There are several of these mighty trees at Fasbourn and as a quintessential part of the English rural landscape, the species is a favourite of Lucy's family.
- Skylark is the middle tent in the field at the heart of the site. As spring arrives at Fasbourn the sound of skylarks fills the air above the fields, which lifts your spirits with the promise that summer is on the way.
- Conker is named after one of Lucy's favourite trees as a child. There are a couple of fine specimens at Fasbourn and come autumn it's difficult to resist collecting the shiny brown horse chestnuts. It's the tent furthest from facilities but possibly has the best chance of spotting hares and deer running across the field.