Red House Farm

Woodwalton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 5YL

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Organic farm.
  • Adjacent Gret Fen Project.
  • Moonhenge landscape scale sculpture, spritual centre adjacent.

Facilities on site ...

  • Laundry facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Pitches

Types of pitch: grass

Electric hook up available

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0.5 acres

Lawned site

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Postcode:
PE28 5YL
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Lat 52.41065 / Lon -0.222003
OS field ref:
TL213807
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Ideal overnight stop over

Stayed at Red House on way to Suffolk from Merseyside, ideal location easily found from A14 or A1. Minimum facilities, but clean water, elsan point and EHU. Also the site for "MoonHenge" which on first site takes one aback, but adds to the character of the site. Along side railway line which during daylight hours the trains both Inter city, local and freight are frequent, very frequent, however you soon become immune to the noise. Would stay again if travelling to Est Anglia. Mr Parsley wasn't available when we arrived, but was friendly when we caught up with him next day.
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A Hidden Treasure

We have visited this site on a number of occasions and still enjoy going back to it. It is ideally located being a short drive from the A1, with good access onto the site (even if you have a large unit). The site is a short drive from Huntingdon if you need to pop out to get some essentials, or 25 minutes to Peterborough or 35 mins to Cambridge. If you enjoy walking the site leads onto open fields with rights of way signposted. There is a wood a short walk from the site, or stay on the site and enjoy the surroundings. As mentioned in other reviews there is a train track that you can see in the distance, it is definitely more than 200 metres away and you rarely notice the trains as the noise from then is not very loud, plus they are not that frequent. The pitches are on grass and even in bad weather we have not had a problem getting on or of the site. The site is always neat and tidy with a Moonhenge in the same field; if you search Moonhenge on google you will find footage showing you the site to give you an idea of the layout, which looks better now it has matured. All in all we find it a lovely place to visit, we have always a warm welcome from Mr Parsley and we look forward to going back again in the near future

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So nice we came back twice

Spent our second weekend in a row at Red House Farm because we had such a nice time on our first visit. This time there were four other units already on site by the time we arrived which was quite late because of Mr W's work, but the owner Mr Parsley soon appeared to tell us where to pitch and even gave us a spare extra long electric cable so that we weren't too close to the neighbouring caravan. Even when full this is a very peaceful and enjoyable site, we especially like the walks direct from the field, lovely flat country with just us, the dogs and the birds flying around. We will certainly be back again.
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Fabulous

Returned home today after a lovely weekend at Red House Farm. The site is wonderful, overlooking the Moonhenge which is in the same field, built from ancient bog oak and totally captivating. The surrounding farm is full of wildlife and makes for extremely good walking, my Sunday morning walk with the dogs was fantastic, it was so quiet that we just kept on walking. The railway is a field away and we didn't find the trains intrusive in any way, in fact it was great to watch them go by and look out for the steam trains, we certainly think the previous review about the trains being too loud is completely unjustified. Mr Parsley the owner was extremely nice on the telephone when we booked and very welcoming in person. We will most certainly be back very soon.
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Pleasant site

Our recent visit was our second. This time the field was reasonably dry.  In October, although wet, it was still very usable. This is just a field (with water, electrics etc) but with plenty of space, and a couple of picnic tables. It is quiet with lots to do in the surrounding area - the whole of the fens at your doorstep, and lots of pleasant villages. The trains do not impinge after the first few times.  And I am very sensitive to constant noise. I agree with a previous posting (75club) about directions.  This does need changing in next handbook. We shall return!

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