Cambridgeshire

St Neots Club Site

Contact Details

Address
St Neots Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Hardwick Road
Eynesbury
St Neots
Cambridgeshire
PE19 2PR
Tel 01480 474404
Web www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk

Friday, 23, Aug 2013 01:04

The lovely St Neots Club Site in Cambridgeshire is well positioned between the beautiful university city, Bedford and Huntingdon and so offers visitors plenty of options when it comes to days out. Located on the banks of the great Ouse it is an angler's dream, while the nearby town of St Neots is just over a mile away and can be accessed by a scenic riverside footpath. Lots of historic sites are easily accessible too, with the 14th century Bushmead Priory a notable example.

St Neots is quite a large site and has a mixture of 180 grass and hardstanding pitches on offer. Facilities include on-site showers and toilets as well as laundry and dishwashing provisions, while Wi-Fi connectivity is available and gas cylinder refills are available. Pitches come with or without electricity and families can take advantage of parent and child washrooms.

Open between April and October, per night fees start at £7.75 per adult and increase to £10.45 in high season. For children it costs between £2.70 and £2.95 per night. Non-members must pay a supplementary £7.10 pitch fee per night, while age concession rates and family deals are offered to Club members.

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