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Bright Meadow Caravan Park

Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk

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60 widely spaced pitches situated on six acres of level ground, surrounded by trees and fields.
Whether you arrive in a touring caravan, motorhome, or with a tent, for a long weekend, week or just mid-week break, we can assure you a warm welcome to the Dell, in the heart of the idyllic Suffolk countryside.
Bright Meadow is an ideal base from which to explore Suffolk, with its many places of interest and also Norfolk with the famous Norfolk Broads.

Disabled access, Family park, Pets allowed, Chemical disposal point, Electric hook-ups, Laundry, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Washing up facilities, Wireless internet

Vegetable preparation area
Ice pack freezing facilities
Card operated security barriers
Caravan storage available
Hairdryers and shaver points
Children's room with bath

50 Motorhome pitches, 50 Tent pitches, 50 Touring pitches

Nearby attractions:

Other places to visit include: Thetword Forest, Sutton Hoo, Banham Zoo, Stowmarket, Cambridge, Newmarket, Lavenham, Felixtowe, Aldeburgh, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.
Suffolk also boasts 45 miles of coastline, much of it managed for conservation offering broad views, long walks, fine bird-watching and charming seaside villages.

Bright Meadow Caravan Park

Beyton Road
Suffolk, East England
United Kingdom
IP31 3RB
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3.0 stars

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3.0 stars

Our recent visit to the Dell Caravan Park was most disappointing. On arrival at the site mid afternoon the barrier code did not work but we eventually gained access when someone else on site used their code. We moved the caravan inside the park but did not know whether to pick a pitch or if one had been allocated. Again someone advised that a park warden was in attendance situated in a caravan at the far end of the site. The park warden was not aware that we were due to arrive as our name was not on his list. (A proper reception area would have prevented this fiasco).
The park warden guided us to a pitch but the electricity to our caravan was not working. The park warden discovered that 1 of the outlets had tripped and 1 had no power at all. For the remainder of the day the electricity on the whole site was interrupted on 2 occasions. (The electricity supply was disrupted on many occasions the following evening causing inconvenience).
The vehicular access to the pitches is poor with potholes and inadequate lighting on site creating a trip hazard. (A more substantial surface is needed).
At this present time one could not recommend The Dell caravan park.