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Cakes and Ale Holiday Park

Park Map

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Park Location

Have a look at the Google Map below to view the exact location of Cakes and Ale Park.

Contact Cakes and Ale Holiday Park

We're more than happy to answer any questions or offer advice on your holiday with us, please see our contact details below to get in touch.

Cakes and Ale Holiday Park
Abbey Lane,
Suffolk IP16 4TE

Holiday Enquiries

01728 831655

Cakes & Ale Holiday Park, a quiet and secluded holiday park located in Suffolk. The park is home to over 45 acres of well-cared for grounds and a focus on providing exceptional hospitality for our guests!

‘Yoxford Boys’ Bar

What’s a weekend away without a place to unwind? Head to the ‘Yoxford Boys’ bar and enjoy a wide array of beverages within a walking distance from anywhere on park.

Tennis Courts

We have two tennis courts available for use all year round. We regularly maintain our sports areas to ensure an enjoyable stay for all guests.

Golf Practice Range

If golf is your thing, our practice range is available for all guests! The range is on the far side of the field; you swing just further up from the tennis courts.


We know how important it is for your children to enjoy their stay. Our playpark has everything they need to keep them occupied and most importantly, having fun!

Football Goals

Everyone loves a kickabout! The football fields, located on the field are the perfect place to go when you want to enjoy the sunny weather. 

Wet Rooms & Showers

Our wet rooms are completely free to all visitors of the park, designed for comfort. Our shower block offers under floor heating to ensure warmth, even on the coldest of days. 

Tunstall Forest

More popular with the adventurous person, Tunstall Forest is home to some challenging mountain bike trails. The trails feature plenty of jumps and berms to keep any adrenaline fuelled person entertained. For those who prefer a quieter experience, the forest is full of plantations, heathland areas and opportunities to look out for unique nesting birds.

RSPB Minsmere

Are you a bird watcher or a lover of the Suffolk coast? RSPB Minsmere is a wonderfully located area where people often visit to take in the stunning views and try and catch a glimpse of evasive species of wildlife.


If you are a fan of golf, then this coastal village is the perfect place to visit. Thorpeness is home to a golf course well known for being a challenging round for all visitors. The area is also stunning, featuring multiple amenities and picturesque sights, most notably, ‘’House in the Clouds’’.


Another short drive from the park is the village of Snape. The village is known for the Maltings and its 19th century buildings that are built along the River Alde. Originally used for the malting of barley, the buildings are now partially restored to offer visitors quaint shops, galleries and a wonderful concert hall.


Orford is a small town with plenty of attractions which are popular with visitors at Cakes & Ale. The main must-see feature is Orford Ness. A long and wide shingle which is ran by the National Trust. Orford is also popular for being the home to a wonderful Castle, church and quayside.


Just a short drive away is the wonderful seaside town of Adleburgh. This is a charming place to shop and is filled with some amazing art galleries. The town is known for the Blue Flag shingle beach, which features fisherman huts where freshly caught fish are sold along the coast.

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