Review for Fishers Field, Theberton, Suffolk Coast

Country:                                    England

Co-ordinates:                           N 52 14 16.76, E 1 34 18.37

Address:                                   Turney House, Church Road, Theberton, Suffolk, IP16 4SA

Good for visiting:                   Dunwich, Minsmere, Aldeburgh, Southwold, Woodbridge,

Phone & e-mail:                      01728 832793 <>;

Website:                                  Use the caravan club website

Questions:-  (This review is from the point of view of motorhomers driving a Swift Kontiki 669 tag axle – 8.56m)

What are the pitches like?                

Good pitches.  Not laid out rigidly.  This is a nice big field with hook-ups all around.  Space, as ever, depends on how other campers have parked up….

Is there water on each pitch?            

No (not at the moment) – but the tap is easily accessible, at the end of the toilet block.

What is the electric like?           

16A – excellent


Yes, by the chemical disposal point.

What’s the site access like?        

Not bad at all.  Turn down the road by the Church (hence Church Road!)  The site is just up on the right (by the park) and is  just marked by a Caravan Club sign.  You go past a large newbuild into the field and knock on the side door of the house to find Neil.

What are the Sanitary facilities like?    

Toilets:                              Good –  2 wet rooms.    No bins.

Toilet paper provided? Yes, but no spare in the toilets. This is probably because it’s kept in a plastic pot as otherwise it would become sodden!                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Showers:                          Good, new and clean.  Unfortunately with no real ventilation everything gets soaked.

What other facilities are there?    

Chemical waste disposal.  Rubbish bins.  Very friendly owners.

Pub opposite Church Road, The Lion.  On the road to Leiston (about 2-3 miles away) where there’s a Co-op.  Not far off the A12.

No. No internet

Very welcoming and friendly.

How much is it?     

We paid £14 per night                                    

What’s the area like?            

Nice.  Lovely views from the site.  Lots of walks.  Lots of days out (see my blog posts!)



More detail:

The Good:-

The church at the end of the road 🙂  The owners.  The toilets.  The other facilities situated really neatly at the end of the purpose build toilet block.

The Bad:-

Not bad, but not brilliant either – the wet-rooms having no ventilation.  Although there are hooks and a high shelf for your stuff, everything gets wet and the room gets very hot.  (The toilet paper is kept in a plastic pot – obviously to keep it dry).

 The Ugly:-

Nothing at all 😊

Moving On:

We moved on to the North Suffolk Coast, Caister.


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