Guest Blogger assignment November 2019

Applications for a guest blogger are now closed.

Cakes & AleThis month Cakes and Ale Holiday Park are offering a stay for 5 people (children welcome) in one of their rental lodges for a short break (Friday – Monday or Monday – Friday) outside of peak season, which is July and August plus Bank Holiday weekends.

Aldeburgh Yacht ClubCakes & Ale is a little different from the ‘norm’. Peace and tranquillity are the main focus, allowing for a relaxing break that leaves you feeling refreshed and reenergised, rather than frustrated that the children in the tent next door are still screaming at midnight! Whilst families are allowed on the touring field, there’s a strict ‘Quiet after 9 pm’ rule that is observed by everyone, as well as an ‘Adults Only’ area for that extra bit of peace and quiet.

Set in over 40 acres of pristine grounds, it is the ideal base from which to explore the stunning Suffolk Heritage Coast. Southwold, Aldeburgh and Thorpeness are all within easy reach, each with its own offerings. Southwold Pier has a stunning sea view restaurant, the town is full of characterful buildings and boutique shops. Aldeburgh is known locally for the fresh fish that is caught and brought into small wooden huts on the beach front where it can be purchased by the local restaurants and the general public, it can’t get much fresher than that! Thorpeness is well known as a purpose-built Holiday Village, with a Peter Pan themed meare to row around, the famous ‘House in the Clouds’ and some exceptional food in a number of locations.

The rental lodges and touring field are open April – October. The lodges have been recently renovated, making them pet friendly, with their own private garden area. The Minsmere Lodge sleeps up to 5 people, whilst the Blyth Lodge sleeps up to 4. Both are fully furnished, with well-equipped kitchens and a large wooden deck.

Cakes & Ale Rental Lodges
Cake & Ale Minsmere Lodge
Cakes & Ale Blythe Lodge well-equipped kitchen

How to apply for this ‘assignment’

In the comments box below, please tell us why you’d like to visit Suffolk and if there’s anything particular you’d like to see. The closing date is 30 November 2019 and we’ll advise the lucky blogger early in December so they can plan the visit next year.

Terms and Conditions: The guest blogger will be liable for any extras at Cakes & Ale Holiday Park – drinks for example. Bookings are subject to availability and agreement by the general manager at the resort.

Our guest blogger will be required to write two articles of about 600 words each: one on Cakes & Ale, the other on the surrounding area, with a few photos to illustrate each piece.

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