Find the Meadow

Rookery Farm, St Margaret South Elmham, IP20 0PN

Situated six miles from the market towns of Halesworth, Bungay and Harleston, Rookery Meadow is remote and rural but very accessible. The city of Norwich is just 20 miles away offering the usual accommodation and transport links of a thriving city centre.

The local towns all offer hotel and B&B accommodation and numerous holiday cottages and caravan sites are dotted between. Don’t forget you can always spend the night before and after in the meadow so you don’t have to travel anywhere! A yurt or luxury campervan makes for a lovely bridal boudoir…

The group of villages collectively called The Saints are renowned. The saying goes that once you arrive you will never be able to leave! We don’t believe that’s down to the lack of road names, endless country lanes and vast untouched landscapes however, simply a case that once you find us in our tranquil haven, you don’t want to go back to the hustle and bustle of civilisation!

Directions

 

From Norwich – head to Bungay, then…

From Bungay….

Head toward Flixton, turn left at the cross-roads after the Buck pub, then tootle up the hill and keep following the road for about three miles until you reach a T junction opposite a church. Turn left and continue through the village of St Margaret South Elmham. Rookery Farm is just the other side of the village after the national speed limit signs and the triangle-shaped common. Look out for the oak trees!

 

From Ipswich head to Halesworth, then…

From Halesworth …

Leave Halesworth on the road to Bungay, but take the Wisset road on the left before the petrol station and Ford garage. travel through the villages of Wisset and Rumburgh, then after about three miles, you will see Rookery Farm on your right, just before the village and the triangle-shaped common.

 

From Bury St Edmunds head to Diss, then Halreston, then…

From Harleston follow the A143 towards Bungay, turning right opposite The Dove restaurant. Follow the road for about a mile until you reach the village of Flixton. turn right at the junction tootle up the hill and keep following the road for about three miles until you reach a T junction opposite a church. Turn left and continue through the village of St Margaret South Elmham. Rookery Farm is just the other side of the village after the national speed limit signs and the triangle-shaped common. Look out for the oak trees!

 

Find us here… but beware the sat nav will probably take you to Greenside farm, a couple of houses along from us!

 

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