Alan Rogers Review
Open all year round for adults only, Stroud Hill Park is a well designed, high quality park; a credit to its owners, David and Jayne Newman. The park has been landscaped to create a terraced effect and now incorporates a large fishing lake (well stocked with carp, tench, bream, rudd and roach) plus a superb tennis court. There are 60 large, slightly sloping pitches, fully serviced with 16A electricity, fresh water and drainage, 44 of which have hardstanding. Affiliated to the Caravan Club, non-members are equally welcome. A member of the Best of British group.
The attractive timber framed barn that dominates the site is all the more impressive when you know that David built most of it; even the canopy over the open fireplace. There are no half measures here, from the quality of the building itself through to the fittings throughout, everything has been well thought out and it adds up to a gem of a park. The barn is the hub of the site where you will find reception, shop, terrace, bar and a 42 seat restaurant (open Wednesday to Sunday inclusive and well known in the area).
Toilets and spacious en-suite shower facilities are in the main building. Well equipped room for disabled visitors. All spotlessly clean. Small, licensed shop stocks basic provisions, homemade cakes, local produce, gas and camping accessories. Attractive bar and superb café/restaurant. Fishing (£5 per day). All-weather tennis court. WiFi (charged).
- Adults Only
- Bar on Site
- All Year
- Fishing on Site
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
- Golf Nearby
- Riding Nearby
- Shop on Site
- Pets allowed
- Small Site
- Wifi (all site)
- Wifi Chargeable
Leave A1 near Huntingdon, take A14 east. Leave A14 at A141, signed March. In Warboys, at roundabout, turn right on B1040 signed Pidley. In Pidley turn left just beyond church, Fen Road. Site is 1 mile on right.
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