Keal Lodge

Back Lane, Deeping St James, Peterborough, Lincolnshire, PE6 8RT

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

CL of the Year Award 2018 - 3rd Place

CL of the Year Award 2013 - Regional Winner

CL of the Year Award 2011  - 3rd Place

CL of the Year Award 2010 - Regional Winner

CL of the Year Award 2009 - 1st Place

Please Note: Price is for a fully serviced pitch which includes water, waste water, free wifi and electricity.

Our aim is for a relaxing tranquil break for Adults only so we have designed the pitches so that each caravaner has privacy within their own caravan. The site area is flat, lawned, with all pitches having hard standings and are fully serviced with Wi-Fi connections available. Own Sanitation is required and pets are welcome. We have a 2 acre field adjacent for you to exercise them. Cars are parked adjacent to site, again to enhance the quiet feel. Blue Badge holders can park on pitch.

The site is on the Lincolnshire/Cambridgeshire borders and is an excellent base for exploring Peterborough, Stamford, Spalding, Bourne and Market Deeping as Deeping St. James is central to these towns and city with public transport to these locations.

Set in a quiet lane a few minutes walk from the picturesque village centre. Pubs, restaurants, shops and leisure centre are all nearby. Or walk from the site along the banks of the River Welland into Market Deeping (small market town). The Deepings and many of the surrounding villages have a Cotswold appearance, and are steeped in history. The area is ideal for walking and cycling as the countryside is rolling to flat terrain.

Walks from site to river and nature reserve as well as to pubs and shops.

A day visit to London is easily accessible by train for sight seeing or evening theatre.  

Places to visit:

Stamford

  • Burghley House and Gardens
  • Burghley Horse Trials - 1st weekend September
  • Party in the Park Concerts - June and July
  • Museum, the Cobble streets were used in BBC dramas

Tolthorpe

  • Open Air Shakespeare Theatre through summer months
  • Outlet Village, Scalextric Racing

Rutland Water

  • Sailing, Fishing, walking, and wildlife

Peterborough

  • Cathedral, shops, Museums, Nene Valley Railway, Theatres, East Of England Show Ground                        

Deeping

  • Raft Race -  August

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Gas
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
PE6 8RT
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GPS:
Lat 52.670112 / Lon -0.279909
OS field ref:
TF164095
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Peterborough
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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A great peaceful site, very secure.

We arrived at 6pm but Keith welcomed us and spent a long time helping us onto the hardstanding and explaining where everything was. There was free wi-fi, the pithches were fully serviced with waste water and fresh water supply. There is a nice walk along the river Welland into either Mkt Deeping or Deeping St James. We went to the Waterton Arms which is not serving food between 2pm and 5pm due to ...The virus! The next day we walked into Mkt Deeping, there is a fair selection of cafes, shops and pubs. This time we went into the Vine which was welcoming but I think it is just a drinking pub. All in all, a short break but a very quiet site, we felt safe and we are looking forward to coming back again sometime,
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Excellent standards maintained during difficult times

We have just spent another wonderful stay at this excellent site. As we have been shielding during the pandemic we were both wary of using our caravan for the first time since lockdown finished. However, we need not have worried. Alison, Keith and Helen have made sure that this site and all procedures are as COVID safe as they can be from arrival arrangements, sanitising stations and use of the shared toilet emptying point. A big bonus here are the fully serviced pitches that limit contact with other caravanners. The pitches are well spaced out around a central area. At no time did we feel unsafe or threatened by the circumstances. We have already booked our next stay. Thank you for all the effort that you have put in to the site.
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How a good run CL site should be

Our 1st visit and as newbies to caravanning really appreciated the help and advice from the owners and the other caravanners Extremely well laid out site with trees and privacy all immaculately kept-even down to paving slabs for caravan accurately levelled -no messing about trying to get the van levelled -services well laid out in the centre -so no long trailing leads/hoses great for the dog with the well kept field and good sized poo bins and a secure entry/exit gate which was very reassuring. All in all exactly what you want from a CL site at reasonable money We wish Keith, Alison and Helen all the best for the future and look forward to returning next year Steve and Jackie
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Recently spent a quiet, relaxing and peaceful weekend at this hidden gem. The site is surrounded by beautiful countryside with a tranquil river approx 400 metres from the site gates. The site is beautifully landscaped with a mixture of colorful trees, bushes, shrubs and plants bordering all of the pitches. Excellent fully serviced level pitches make caravanning easy even for novices such as ourselves. We felt extremely relaxed during our stay and the owners have done an excellent job making the site Covid secure. Nothing is too much trouble and Alison, Helen and Keith are always on hand to offer a helping hand, professional advice and a friendly welcoming smile. We have yet to find a site which can match Keal lodges relaxed, tranquil and peaceful atmosphere. Louise and Tony
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Great little CL

Our first visit to this thoughtfully planned out CL with fully serviced, hardstanding pitches which were placed to give each caravan a degree of privacy. The services were easy to access and close to each caravan therefore keeping cables and water hoses on your own pitch. We were welcomed warmly on arrival [observing social distancing] by Helen who runs the site with her parents and were taken to our allotted pitch and shown where the recycle facility, emptying point and dog walk was. The security of the site was excellent with each visitor being given an electronic key to leave and access the site for the duration of their stay. An information room gives information on the area and also a well stocked book exchange which unfortunately due to Covid we were unable to access at this time but we will be returning soon.
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