We loved the location of this pleasant riverside CL, although there was background noise from roads and rail there were more than enough distractions. There is an abundance of wildlife alongside the river and adjacent meadow. Don't miss the track to Godmanchester where you can see Port Holme meadow, England's largest natural meadow, sadly we just missed seeing it before it was mown. The CL is in a small corner of a well kept spacious leafy field with moorings a little further on, a secure spot, you need to pay and pre-book and follow the arrival instructions. Facilities can be used on the small adjoining site. Fishing is available, a good Mill pub just a stroll away on the banks of the Great Ouse and for me some Samuel Pepys history to follow. Hinchingbrooke Park is just over the road, an excellent park for all, lots of nice walks, I liked viewing the bee hives over there. The village can be reached on foot via some not very well sign posted footpaths or a short car journey, good Co-op and café etc and the C16th Black Bull pub next to the church, look out for the Pepys house in the field next door.