Ashridge Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
England, South East England, Hertfordshire, Baldock
- +44 1462 742527
- All Year
Alan Rogers Review
Ashridge Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club site is within a few miles of the A1 but surrounded by trees so that you feel you are a million miles away from the daily bustle and is a perfect place to relax and unwind. A short walk from the site will take you to the beautiful and historic village of Ashwell where you will discover the charms of the 14th century church and 15th century cottages. You will also find a good selection of local pubs and village shops while touring in this part of Hertfordshire. The site has 39 grass or hardstanding pitches all with 16 amp electricity.
The local country lanes surrounding the site are perfect for cycling enthusiasts. There is a network of convenient footpaths punctuating the lovely, gently undulating countryside, which is perfect for cyclists and walkers alike. The university city of Cambridge is only a short drive away, as is the first garden city of Letchworth. You could also visit the historic town of Baldock and market town of Hitchin for an interesting day out. Other local attractions include the working farm estate of Wimpole Hall, the Duxford War Museum and Shuttleworth Aircraft Collection. If you fancy a change of scene, the frequent rail service from Ashwell and Morden stations make it possible to visit the city of London.
The toilet block provides toilets, showers and wash basins. Facility for visitors who are disabled. Laundry. Dish washing area. Gas sales. Motorhome service point. Chemical toilet point. No children’s play area. BBQs allowed, charcoal, gas and electric. TV reception good. Wi-Fi good, charged. Defibrillator. No tents allowed. Information room. Pets allowed. Dog walk adjacent. Twin axle caravans accepted. No late-night arrivals area. Earliest time of arrival 1:00pm. Maximum outfit length 8.5 metres. Caravan & Motorhome storage. Bus stop 200 metres. Train Station 2 miles. Tesco 7 miles.
The Campsite Says...“ ”
Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, as this leads you through the village with very narrow roads which are unsuitable for towing. Leave the A1(M) at junction 9 onto the A505 (signposted Royston). Then follow the signpost Royston onto Baldock Bypass. Do not turn off the first left (signposted Ashwell), this is a narrow bumpy road. In about 2.5 miles turn left at the second signpost Ashwell, Steeple Morden, Station; within 0.25 miles turn left into the road signposted Ashwell. The site is on the right in 1.5 miles.Link to campsite location map on google
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