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Quiet Waters Caravan Park

Occupying 5 acres near the banks of the Great Ouse, Quiet Waters Caravan Park is a quiet, peaceful park that caters for touring caravans, motor homes and tents. They also offer luxury caravans for hire up to 6-berth with two separate bedrooms with parking available alongside them. They have four caravans that feature views overlooking the river and the rest of the caravans have park views.

The site has high quality toilet and shower facilities as well as a laundry room that is equipped to a very high standard. They also have a residential mobile home park that features 35 retirement homes that come with all amenities.

 

OUT AND ABOUT

Quiet Waters Caravan Park offers angling and boating facilities. They have rowing boats for hire from their own banks. There are country walks and cycling routes that lead from the park. Within 1 mile of the site there is a golf course.

Guests can visit the delightful village of Hemingford Abbots which contains lovely thatched cottages and which is dominated by St. Margaret’s Church. Just a short walk away from the park there is a local Inn that provides high quality meals and service. The village has a new hall that hosts many attractions during the summer months. Every 2 years there is flower festival that is a major event for the villagers.

• The nearest town to Quiet Waters Caravan Park is the pretty riverside market town of St. Ives. They have a museum, recreation centre and many shops and restaurants.

• Also within easy reach (13 miles) is the famous university city of Cambridge.

• Duxford Air Museum and there are many air shows throughout the year.

• The Manor at Hemingford Grey which is reputedly the oldest inhabited house in England, being built around 1130. Previously belonged to to the deceased author Lucy Boston.

• You can also visit the historic cathedral cities of Ely, Peterborough and Bury St. Edmunds.

 

Visit the Quiet Waters Caravan Park website for further information

Quiet Waters Caravan Park

Quiet Waters Caravan Park
Hemingford Abbots
Huntingdon
Cambridgeshire
PE28 9AJ


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