Priors Field Farm

Needingworth Road, Bluntisham, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3RJ

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

Why not visit us at Priors Field Farm where you can enjoy lovely local walks, cycle rides, an RSPB reserve on the doorstep and several pubs within easy walk or cycle ride.  The River Great Ouse and the Ouse Valley way are literally across the road enabling you to get into St Ives on foot.  If you would rather go on two wheels, the cycleway outside allows you to have a very safe flat journey into St Ives.

The farm is accessed directly from the A1123. There are no fixed pitches as we want you to be able to please yourself and just enjoy the views over open countryside. There is power, water and a toilet with disposal facilities.

A cycleway/footpath has recently been completed connecting the Farm to Bluntisham Village which is 500m away (10 minute walk).

The village provides the following:

  • Budgens Supermarket with very good butcher
  • BP petrol station that can supply gas
  • Bluntisham Fryer Fish and Chip Shop (definitely worth a visit, can deliver if required)
  • Cafe with extensive menu for breakfast and lunch
  • Hand car wash
  • Barbers

The Pubs:

  • White Swan - Bluntisham (0.6 miles 15 mins walk, 5 mins by bike)
  • The Green Man - Colne (1.4 miles, 27 mins walks, 10 mins by bike)
  • The Crown Pub & Curry Garden Restaurant - Earith (1.6 miles, 31 mins walk, 12 mins by bike)
  • The Queens Head - Needingworth (1.9 miles, 38 mins walk, 15 mins by bike)
  • Pike and Eel - Needingworth (2.5 miles, 50 mins walk, 20 mins by bike)
  • Old Ferry Boat - Holywell (3.1 miles, 1 hr walk, 25 mins by bike)

There are the following local attractions:

On the way to St Ives is a Morrisons Supermarket - with petrol station and additional late opening shop. Located in the surrounding area there is a Tesco local, Marks & Spencers, McDonalds, Costa and a Subway. All only 2.9 miles away (accessible by the cycle path and a minor road).

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Unfenced water
  • WC (exclusive use)

Prices

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

Minimum stay 2 nights (applies weekends)

0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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PE28 3RJ
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Lat 52.345828 / Lon -0.001717
OS field ref:
TL362738
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Lovely stay, lovely people

Priors Field Farm
We spent a week a Priors Field CL. The reception from Paul and Julie was very friendly and they even zipped up our awning for us when it rained one day whilst we were out. Lots of lovely walks and places to visit nearby. Nice easy access for our "oversized" 8m caravan! The road is busy but we didn't find traffic noise a problem and it means you get quick easy access to all the local attractions without having to wind your way down miles of tiny lanes. Thoroughly recommend this site and the lovely owners.

jonat127

Reviewed on 20/07/2021 19:28

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Priors Field Farm
Great welcome from Paul and Julie, very friendly and informative. The site is plenty spacious enough for a handful of vans and has easy access to the village and local store. Don't forget to use the business card from the site at the Butchers for a generous discount. Great pies and sausages, I wish I'd bought more! The Green Man at Colne was a decent walk, though not too far. serving good food all day long at a reasonable price. If you just want a drink, the White Swan is closer and very welcoming too. As we travelled in a large Motor home, the park and ride at St Ives was not conducive to parking for us. On enquiring of Paul and Julie for a cab number, Paul gave us a lift into town where we took the guided bus into Cambridge. Thank you Paul. Others have mentioned the noise of the road. Yes, there were a number of cars. However, it is not a constant throb of traffic and certainly didn't disturb us. Perhaps the noise of the traffic is accentuated by the, otherwise peaceful, surroundings. There is an RSPB reserve a few minutes from the site, which due to the weather we didn't visit. Hope to visit again. Highly recommended.

admiral halsey

Reviewed on 04/07/2021 20:23

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Priors Field Farm
The owners met us as we arrived and gave us a warm welcome and a printed sheet giving details of local shops, facilities and walks. The field was neat and the grass well cut. There was quite a slope so care was needed to get the caravan level. The cycle track adjacent to the site provided a safe route to the next villages and on towards St Ives. The road is quite busy and the instructions difficult if approaching from the east. We missed the entrance and looped round Needingworth to approach from the west. I wish more CLs were like this one.

TonyBurton

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Reviewed on 24/06/2021 16:56

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Priors Field Farm
Extremely friendly and welcoming introduction from paul and julie giving us details of all the local places to go. You can walk or ride into St Ives via a cycle path. We will be staying again when we are in the area. It was great to meet you both

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Reviewed on 10/06/2021 10:09

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Priors Field Farm
Stayed here for 4 nights as the write up sounded very appealing - plus it had the added bonus of a loo - a must for our friends who joined us in their campervan. The owners were very friendly and welcoming. We were told the ideal place to pitch up should we be battered with the wind - and we were also assured that a land rover was to hand should we get bogged in - it was very wet! Thankfully the land rover was not required! The site is a short distance from St Ives and were it not for the weather we would have cycled there - but there are some lovely little villages roundabouts - which we discovered on a cycle ride on our last day. There was no rush to leave as no one else was booked in. We enjoyed our stay - but we all agreed that £20 was a bit on the expensive side, especially considering its close proximity to a very busy road. We were all woken up just after 6 in the morning on the Friday by the heavy traffic. On the Saturday a speeding vehicle woke me up at 5.45! The traffic wasn't as busy as the Friday - but it was still very noticeable. Thankfully Sunday traffic was lighter. As mentioned above, I booked the site for us and our friends (also CAMC members) as they required a loo. The facilities state exclusive use of the loo - which is great - but the loo also doubles up as the disposal area for grey waste as well as the chemical toilet. Although the toilet itself was clean enough - I had to wipe the floor after it got covered with splashes from emptying the cassette - as did my husband when he emptied the cassette. We were all in agreement that the grey and black waste disposal should be separate to the wc, not only that the cistern took forever to refill so emptying the loo took longer than normal.

Carolee

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Reviewed on 11/10/2020 18:56

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