Nene Way CL

6 Fotheringhay Road, Nassington, Peterborough, Northamptonshire, PE8 6QU

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

The site is well maintained, the grass is always short and the ground is well drained.  The site is on the edge of the village of Nassington.  The village has a very well stocked shop and post office and a butchers that people travel miles to in order to buy their meat and there is a hairdressers all within a five minute walk of the site.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Laundry facilities
  • TV reception: good

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 15

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Postcode:
PE8 6QU
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GPS:
Lat 52.55282 / Lon -0.42642
OS field ref:
TL057961
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Oundle, Stamford, Peterborough

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Delightful site

Nene Way CL
This is a quiet small site in a very nice Northamptonshire village with easy access to a pub , butchers and grocery store. The entrance is wide enough to accommodate large caravans as long as you are aware and use the width of the entrance lane accordingly. We would definitely recommend this site

Johnwileman

Caravanner from Derbyshire

Reviewed on 26/10/2021 18:46

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Beware Entrance Pillars.

Nene Way CL
We came here as a short stop on our way further north. Finding the site was easy with good roads but found parked vehicles in Nassington a pain. The turn into the site is difficult if you have a larger caravan , mine is 7.4 metres, as you have to do a turn back on yourself. I managed to scrape a window on the pillar at the entrance. Having said that the site seems fairly small with 5 vans in it but you do get access to electric on each pitch and it's up to you as which way you pitch. Coming out was also a pain as I had to use virtually all the width of the road to clear the pillars. Would we go back? Possibly as it is just about at my limit for driving.

conecrusher

Caravanner from West Sussex

Reviewed on 03/10/2021 15:44

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Delightful site on edge of village

Nene Way CL
Just returned from a 6 night stay at this site. The owner is very friendly and a pleasure to chat to. The site is flat, quite small (0.5 acre) but does take 5 vans without feeling crowded. Facilities are well maintained behind a high hedge complete with night light. There is a lovely view over a stone wall across a meadow (complete with 2 owl nesting boxes) to the village and church beyond. Bats fly around in the evening. The village itself as already mentioned has a well-stocked butchers, general store with post office( a helpful owner who recommended walking routes in the area with timings too). A pub within 300-400 yards by pavement,but sadly due to Covid is currently closed. A Hotel/Restaurant a bit further along is open but only really does food and reluctant drinks (report from the butcher). Dog walkers will love this site, so much to choose. Just stroll around the village or head off across the fields on the Nene Valley Way. Destinations-Wansford,Yarwell,Nene Valley Railway,Fotheringhay and more. Drive to Peterborough(magnificent Cathedral), Rutland Water, Stamford, Oundle.The list goes on.The villages and towns in this area are very Cotswold but without the hype!! The only down-side to this site-If you can't stand noise levels above 10 pins dropping to the ground from a height of 6 feet or so, then this is not for you. This is a real proper living village and people have to drive to work and back from work. So at certain times of the day the road can be busy but not over-poweringly so. You have been mildly warned!!

pat norris

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Reviewed on 16/09/2020 15:49

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Enjoyed our stay despite rain

Nene Way CL
A board on the gate with map and indicating available pitches would be helpful. The owner was out when we arrived but other caravaners pointed out where pitches, water, electric hook up etc were. My mobile phone reception disappeared as the rain came in so we emailed owner who greeted us the next morning. Great location and neat well kept site.

jrchmn

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Reviewed on 01/08/2019 09:40

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Meet up with friends

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We met friends here last month and were made very welcome by the owners. Advised to use area away from one of the pitches as they had had a lot of rain recently. Plenty of room, though long electric lead needed. We were there for a week and after a couple of days the affected pitch had dried out. Site well drained and grass kept short. Grass box used, so no grass cuttings left fo carry into van. Some road noise as at the end of village, but you soon get used to it. Black Horse pub nice and handy and good value meals.

Burgundy

Caravanner from Durham

Reviewed on 14/05/2018 19:34

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