Sacrewell’s campsite overlooks some of the most beautiful countryside in Cambridgeshire and, with its convenient location just off the A1/A47 interchange, it’s the perfect place for an extended stay or a stop-off between A and B.
There are 27 electric hook-up and 55 non hook-up grass camping and caravanning pitches, which look out over rolling fields and woodland.
The site is dog-friendly and child-friendly, with hot showers and washing up facilities in the farm centre.
If you want to see the sights, we’re close to the city of Peterborough, where you can visit the museum and Flag Fen and Queensgate Shopping Centre. We’re also about six miles from Stamford, while beautiful Burghley House is within walking distance along the Hereward Way between Stamford and Peterborough. We especially recommend a visit to the village of Helpston, to see the birthplace of the poet John Clare.
You can find out more in the Camping section.