New Farm Holidays CL

Common Road, Wrangle, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE22 9BY

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

New Farm Holidays' CL is a quiet site set on an organic working farm in the heart of Lincolnshire's vegetable basket. Currently growing in the field adjoining the CL are cabbages and cauliflower. We also have a herd of organic beef cattle. The site itself is located on a 2 acre field, the pitches are lawned and fully serviced with electric hook-ups, drinking water taps and grey water disposal at each pitch. We are a family friendly site. Dogs are welcomed.

The site is a wonderful base for exploring the traditional seaside resort of Skegness or the historic market town of Boston. We have a local shop, pub and takeaway within half a mile of the site. Lincolnshire has some strong military ties, the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre offers taxy rides on a Lancashire Bomber and the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight has a wonderful visitors centre based at RAF Conningsby. For birdwatchers, RSPB Freiston Shore offers access to a lovely walk around a saltwater lagoon. There are several opportunities for fishing in the area.

Fully serviced pitches.

You can be assured of a warm welcome at our CL!

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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2 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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Lat 53.042638 / Lon 0.121829
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Boston and Skegness
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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A Little Lincolnshire Gem

We stayed at New Farms Holiday CL between the 16th & 18th of April. This was our first trip out this year after lockdown restrictions were eased. What a wonderful Gem this site is. Spacious wonderful surroundings, plenty of space between pitches, all fully serviced. We received a very warm welcome from one of the owners making sure we had everything we needed. We did venture out and explore but we didn't really need to this site was ideal to just chill and relax. Our 5 year old daughter was shown around the barns an introduced to all the animals. She loved it. We can highley recommend this site.
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Middle of the road

We stayed at the start of September 2020. Nice and easy to find the CL down a small side road of the main road, and nice easy access into the site. The site is situated on a good sized plot with fully serviced plots. Our welcome was non-existent and throughout our stay we didn't see anybody, which was a surprise given the reviews noting positive welcomes! We had to e-mail to get bank details to actually pay for our stay! Unfortunately it wasn't the quietest site, perhaps because harvest was in full swing, but being woken up by tractors and lorries most mornings at 5am didn't help with the R&R! Appreciate it is a working farm but we have stayed on others in the past none as noisy as this site. Decent access to Skegness only 20-25 minutes away, and a nice beach at Chapel St Leonards. There is also a lovely walk at Hubbard Hill. The Indian takeaway at the end of the road Wrangle Spice is very good. There is also a Co-op two minutes away heading towards Boston on the main road. Sadly for us we won't be returning to this site.
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A Peace and Quiet Site

Arrived just as the last of the grass was being cut. Site layout with fully serviced pitches was most welcome after a long journey. Easy access to the field and no hassle with siting the van to suit our view of the area. Good to find re-cycling the order of the day. Very friendly host who was most helpful with information of the area. Certainly one to go back to if ever in the area again.
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Quiet and spacious site

A quiet site in a very spacious field with trees providing shade should you need it. Grass had been cut and everything was very clean and tidy. Easily accessible from the main road but no traffic noise. Tap, hook up and grey water disposal for each pitch. No more than a ten minute walk to the village shop which seemed to be very well stocked. There are also at least two pubs in Wrangle but didn't visit. Fields full of cabbages surround the area but nice and flat for easy and relaxed cycling. The site was about twenty minutes from Boston and twenty five from Skegness which we had to go into to access Gibraltar Point, the nature reserve, which was definitely worth a visit. Very good views across the Wash to Hunstanton in Norfolk. A good site to stay at with a welcoming and pleasant owner.
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A Handy CL just north of Boston

The site is about 7 miles north of Boston and easily accessible from the A52. Site is about 600 yards down Wrangle Common road. Just as you see a road junction coming in on the right look for the sign and entrance gate on the right. Wrangle Common road is fairly narrow and has one or two passing places. However you can see as far as you need to. Being situated in an agricultural area you may come across a tractor or lorry transporting the mainly Brassicas to market. We never met anything on this road in the 4 days we spent here but there is quite a bit of this sort of traffic noise. The CL is very pleasant. It has 1 Hardstanding otherwise the rest are Grass. There is a water tap, water disposal point and EHU on each pitch although I wouldn't call them your normal Serviced Pitches. The Elsan point is a fair trek across the field. All of the pitches have some shelter behind them with well matured trees or bushes. The owner, Mr.Edwards senior called and is very amenable. His house is the one on the left as you look from the CL. His DiL handled the booking and lives in the other house. We were able to access areas that we came to visit to the north and south so the position was ideal. Nearest town is Boston with several supermarkets. There is a bus stop in Wrangle which will take you up to Skegness or down to Boston. Very good value. Wifi and phone signal worked well from site.
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