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Two Acres Caravan & Camping

Situated on the A10, just 2 miles south of the historic cathedral city of Ely, Two Acres Caravan and Camping is a great place for your next caravan and camping holiday.

Nearby you will find fine monastic buildings, Oliver Cromwell’s house and many other great places of interest. Guests can also enjoy the activities of golfing, fishing and boating in the local area. There are also museums to see and the riverside to enjoy. Every Thursday there is a market to explore.

Two Acres Caravan and Camping is open all year round. They cater to touring caravans, trailer tents, motor homes and tents on their excellent pitches. A majority of their pitches have an electric hook-up point. The site also offers static caravan holiday homes for hire.

• Open all year round
• On-site caravans to let
• Mobile homes to let
• A family run grassy site
• 2 Miles south of Ely
• 12 miles north of Cambridge
• 36 touring pitches
• Tent pitches
• Electric hookups
• Free showers
• Wash basin hot & cold
• Toilets
• Chemical disposal
• Razor points
• Laundry room
• Vegetable preparation & washing-up facilities
• Park play area
• Electric gates

Click on Two Acres Caravan & Camping website for further information

Two Acres Caravan & Camping


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