Fairy's Lodge Farm

Church Lane, Covington, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 0RT

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Our CL site is set on our working farm and is a flat, fenced lawned area with part hardstanding, surrounded by well landscaped gardens.

It has electric hook ups, space for awnings and a lovely toilet/wash room with a separate shower room. We welcome adults, children and dogs.

The site is very peaceful and is a great base for both relaxing and walking the many foothpaths and bridleways.

Local shops to buy bread, milk, papers and groceries are all within 3 miles, as are some lovely restaurants and pubs for eating out.

Bordering three counties, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire, Covington has excellent road access and is within easy reach of many places of interest.

Local Market towns include: Oudle, St Neots, St Ives and Huntingdon.

Country houses include: Elton Hall, Burghley House, Castle Ashby, Althorpe House.

Towns and cities for sightseeing include: Cambridge, Stamford, Peterborough and Bedford.

General places of interest include: Nene Valley Steam Railway, Houghton and Bromham mills, RSPB nature reserve at Sandy and Blisworth tunnel boats.

Sports and outdoor activities include: Grafham Water, Huntingdon racecourse, country parks and farm centres.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

Prices

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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PE28 0RT
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Lat 52.325512 / Lon -0.454316
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Lovely quiet site on WORKING farm

Fairy's Lodge Farm
Post code takes you straight to site entrance up narrow country lane where gate code is required. Lots of space to manoeuvre into hardstanding or grass pitches with EHU. All instructions in wooden porch and Julia pops over to say hi at some point. Single shower and single (separate) WC both clean and tidy approx 50m from pitches. Everything very clean and tidy. The site is a working farm although it's agri-ground works (or something!) rather than livestock or crops so there are a few industrial bangs in the adjacent warehouse. But only during the day not at night so AOK. No pigs or chickens to watch. Lovely scenery and local walks. Nearest pub is the White Horse at Tilbrook (10 min drive) which is super-friendly with great home-made food. Grafham water nearby (10 miles all the way round).

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Reviewed on 12/02/2024 15:17

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FAIRY LODGE FARM We arrived to find a lovely driveway with gates, to which we had the code. The site itself was beautiful, well kept and with excellent facilities. It was very peaceful and here are some excellent walks along the lanes near the site. An excellent lunch in the nearby village pub, which is in walking distance. Thank you for an excellent six night stay.

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Reviewed on 21/07/2023 15:03

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A beautiful and peaceful setting

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A fantastic find, peaceful with wonderful walking all around and a very warm welcome from the owners. The site was very well maintained and pretty - really good value for the money too. We were only here for a day but by the end of our stay we felt like we had been on a full holiday. We will definitely be back to explore some more and get away from it all.

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Reviewed on 16/04/2023 18:10

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Peaceful but overpriced CL

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This is a small CL with 3 grass pitches and two on gravel surrounded by a large fence, the side of an agricultural shed and high hedges. I chose a grass pitch and parked sideways on to get the best of the sun and so I wasn’t sat out facing other campers. There was a bit of a discussion between the owner and I, who wanted me to to park face in, but she conceded when I explained my rationale. The site is nice and flat and the grass kept short, with access direct from the site onto a footpath by a field. There are no views and with the high hedge, fence and shed wall it felt a bit closed in. I wouldn’t have liked to have been on one of the gravel pitches next to the shed wall so was thankful I got the last grass pitch. I can’t comment on the facilities as I didn’t use them, preferring to use my own. I do think £20 a night is expensive for what it is, and compared to other CL’s and CS’s.

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Reviewed on 22/07/2022 18:50

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Once again we seem to have hit lucky, this is a lovely CL site. It is relatively small compared to some we have been to, but that does not detract from the site itself. Julia met us shortly after we arrived and advised as to the best pitch to use because we wanted to put up an awning and not all pitches are suitable. Everyone we met from the family were friendly and helpful. As it happened we didn't use the awning. The grassed area was a little too soft and as we were going to be there for three weeks, we didn't want to damage it. The site is very clean and tidy, with drinking water and waste disposal close to hand. There is a toilet and separate shower for use of the campers, this was also clean and warm. It is a working farm and sometimes there was noise coming from the buildings behind the caravan area, but not enough to be a disturbance. There are lots of places to visit close by and some nice walks around the village. There is a very nice pub/restaurant just down the road (White Horse at Tilbrook), which we hope to go back to if we are ever in the area again. All in all a very nice site and we would happily go back there.

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Reviewed on 14/04/2022 16:35

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