Stonham Barns prepares to re-open


With the lockdown nearly over Stonham Barns Park on the A1120 tourist trail is excited to be able to open the shopping village again on April 12th.
After such a long lockdown everyone has been busy making sure all the correct safety procedures are in place for Covid-19 and we are members of the Visit England Good to Go Scheme ensuring we are doing our best to make you safe when you visit. Face coverings must be worn in the shops and attractions, strict social distancing and there are hand sanitising stations widely available.
Stonham Barns would also like to welcome a few new shops and businesses to the park these include Supden, Aspal Antiques, Betty Loves Les, Lydia’s Fabrics and Artist Stephen Watkins. Come along to shopping village and see what they have on offer and visit the many other unique shops and business already at the park.
The fishing lakes will be open for a great relaxing day of fishing, the golf park will be open for golf, footgolf and Smugglers Bay Adventure golf. The Owl Sanctuary with over 90 different birds of prey, Meerkats, red squirrels will be open on pre-booked ticket basis only.
The Bistro is currently open for takeaway and delivery service but will also be open for outdoor seating from the April 12th selling delicious home cooked food.
The holiday park will also be open for static holiday rentals for one household only. The fully furnished holiday homes are four or six berth and are situated on a quite tree lined area of the holiday park. To book your stay call 01449 711 901. There is also the option of buying your very own holiday home which you can use 11 months of the year with prices starting from £34,995.
Stonham Barns is a ‘dog friendly’ site and are open seven days a week so whether you visit us for the day or you stay in the holiday park for a holiday, you will find lots to keep you busy.
For more information visit the website at www.stonhambarns.co.uk or take a look at the social media pages.

Ipswich News