Seadyke Road, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE20 1QEView on map
Why stay here ...
Andy and Donna look forward to welcoming you to Slade House CL site. If you are looking for a quiet and peaceful site away from the hustle and bustle of daily life then we should be what you are looking for. We are a rural site set on the edge of the Lincolnshire Fens close to the village of Kirton (2.5 miles away).
We are a working smallholding and I'm sure our goats and sheep will come to the fence to you at some point during your stay to see what's going on ... our goats are Milky and Mars ... and their partner in crime is Areo our Ryeland ram, yes there's a chocolate bar theme going on with the names. We should always have fresh free range eggs available and maybe the odd goose egg if you're lucky. As well as our livestock we are also blessed with quite a bit of wildlife with Roe and Muntjac deers being regular visitors along with our almost resident badgers...they live in the next field and can be spotted rooting about at dawn and dusk if you are quiet.
We are a family site and you are welcome to bring your dogs but as we are a smallholding we must ask that dogs remain on a lead at all times while on site, even the well behaved ones I'm afraid. There are several close by walks where the dogs can come off the lead and stretch their legs.
Our site is a mown paddock field of about 1/2 acre set back from the road. Entrance to the site from the lane via double locked gates, you will be emailed/texted the code before your visit. As you drive to your pitch you will pass the service area where you'll find drinking water and disposal points for grey water, an elsan point and bins. At this time we do NOT have electric hook up, you will need to be self-sufficient within your own vans.
While we are rural we are not completely isolated, the village of Kirton is just 2.5 miles away which offers everything you'll need such as a Co-op, pub, half a dozen takeaways. The market town of Boston with its famous Stump is just 6.5 miles away while the market town of Spalding and the Springfields shopping outlet is just 12 miles away.
If you are a walker you can pick up the sea defence bank which is just over a mile away down a public footpath where there is mile upon mile of walks in both directions which is excellent for letting your dog burn off some steam (livestock on some sections). Heading north on the flood bank you will come to RSPB Frampton Marsh which is a very well respected reserve within the bird watching community.
We are currently working on a little website which we'll keep updating with information on the local area and our site.
Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM
Latest departure time: 1:00 PM