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Go glamping in luxury touring park pods

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Run Cottage Touring Park of Suffolk, a Premier Park, has opened its first two glamping pods that overlook the wildlife pond. The pods are available for £50 a night to start with and have their own veranda, furniture, double bed and even a TV.

Run Cottage is a small family-run touring park located on the Suffolk heritage coast close to the town of Woodbridge. There are 45 spacious pitches in five acres of mature parkland, with 14 hard standing.

More details and booking for Run Cottage Touring Park.

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