“Stargaze for days in one of these cute little shacks,” says assistant fashion editor Abby McHale.
Nestled in the sleepy Suffolk village of Laxfield on 10 acres teeming with wildlife, you’ll find adults-only Blyth Rise Stays and its handcrafted two-person igloo cabins.
Expect whitewashed interiors, leather chairs, a Bluetooth radio, board games, and a fire pit.
There is also a nice kitchen and a bathroom. Watch the stars while lighting up the BBQ or visit one of the campsite’s hidden wooden saunas.
Come in the morning and enjoy a basket of sourdough, eggs, spinach, mushrooms, yoghurt and juice from £21.
Owner Katie even offers outdoor yoga classes.
A 15 minute drive away is the market town of Framlingham, where Ed Sheeran grew up.
Castle On The Hill was inspired by its fortress. So take a walk and enjoy the views across Suffolk from the towers.
Entry is £12.50 per person (English-heritage.org.uk).
There is also a farmer’s market on Tuesdays and Saturdays selling homemade fudge and bread.
Fancy some sea air? Picturesque Southwold is a 30-minute drive away.
On the high street, Chapmans of Southwold has cute locally illustrated gifts (Chapmansofsouthwold.co.uk).
Then stop by The Clockhouse on the Victorian Pier for an epic Hat-Trick Hot Chocolate with Maltese, Cream and Marshmallows, £3.95 (Southwoldpier.co.uk/the-clockhouse).
Later, you can either climb the 19th-century lighthouse for views of the coast and have a post-climb beer (£15.50 per person), or visit Adnams Brewery for a behind-the-scenes tour (£25 per person) and finish with a tasting of the many delicious ales including stouts, lagers and pale ales (Adnams.co.uk).
For a fantastic roast beef with mega Yorkshire puds, book the Michelin-recommended Fox & Goose in Fressingfield, 10 minutes’ drive away.
The black olive gnocchi with a Thai twist is delicious and don’t miss the dessert when crème brûlée is on sale with an apple donut, from £25 for two courses.
Wash it down with their house beer, Goose Juice (Foxandgoose.net).
Just a 10 minute walk from your cabin is The Low House, a 16th century thatched pub with small drinking rooms, a cozy fire and no bar!
Served straight from casks in the Tap Room, this is one of the few British pubs where this is still the case (Lowhouselaxfield.com).
Meanwhile, in the heart of Southwold, Coasters prides itself on fresh produce.
The beer breaded fish and chips for £13.50 is a must, but so is the pork belly with fudge for £18.95 (Coastersofsouthwold.co.uk).
A four night stay for two adults costs from £430 (Blythrisestays.co.uk).
Psst! There are also lakeside lodges that can sleep up to four adults if you want to bring friends.