Stay in one of our playful cabins in Suffolk and you’ll find that life suddenly moves at a gentler pace. Listen to the birds and watch the wildlife from the deck of your glamping pad as you plan leisurely excursions in the rolling countryside. Explore pretty medieval villages, visit colourful coastal towns like Aldeburgh and Southwold and go paddle boarding and seal spotting on the River Alde. Bring armfuls of fresh local produce back from your adventures to cook up on the BBQ under starry Suffolk skies.
We do the hard work so you don’t have to. Researching accommodation can be enough to put you off booking a break in the first place, so we’ve carefully selected glamping places in Suffolk that tick all the boxes. We’ve got curved Igluhuts in a woodland village, lakeside lodges and an elegant timber love nest surrounded by mellow countryside and chocolate box villages.
The rules have changed, and your mismatched earthenware and eclectic glass collection (that’s definitely not liberated from your favourite bars) will do just fine. But how do you go about planning a dinner party in the wild? Let’s take a look.
Who we are
Your time off is precious so why trust us with it? Well, we’ve been out on the road since 2010 finding the most unique glamping spaces in the UK and Europe so we know a thing or two about cabins. Our places are known for their incredible design, stunning locations and passionate owners. We’re also employee owned, B-corp certified and have a charitable trust that supports environmental causes.
Why are cabins so special?
Staying in a cabin, you can fill your days with wild outdoor adventures, or do almost nothing at all. Most of our guests opt for a deeply satisfying mixture of both. Put your walking boots on and stride out into nature to drink in the views and breathe deep lungfuls of fresh air. Then make a beeline back to your cosy cabin to BBQ over the fire pit, cuddle up by the wood burner and talk late into the night.
Cabin holidays with Canopy & Stars
We personally inspect every one of our cabins to check they’re comfortable, quirky and blissfully remote. We sleep in the beds, walk the local trails, cook over the fire pit and we always pop into the local pub (strictly for research purposes). We also listen hard when our brilliant, passionate owners tell us all the incredible things to do in the local area, so we can pass their expert knowledge straight on to you.
Is Suffolk worth visiting?
Affectionately known as ‘foodie county’, prepare to treat your taste buds on a cabin holiday in Suffolk. Over the course of a day you might sample Newmarket sausages, locally grown oysters, fresh fish, wild mushrooms, Suffolk Blue cheese and a cheeky real ale or two. Then you can burn it all off exploring the beaches, old railway lines, mudflats, market towns and castles. If you’ve brought the kids, head to Jimmy’s Farm, Phoenix Cycleways or Southwold Maize Maze for some wholesome outdoor fun.
We're majority employee owned, which means we all get a say in how the business is run.
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We're committing to raise £50,000 by 2027 to help protect nature in our national parks.