Sacrewell Farm Camping
Sacrewell Farm Camping has an attractive campsite that features views of the rolling Cambridgeshire countryside. The owners guarantee that when you stay at their site that you will find plenty to entertain your entire family no matter what the weather brings.
Guests can meet the farm’s friendly animals, hop on their bumpy tractor and ride around the farm or explore the 18th Century working Watermill. You can also visit the new Sacrewell Playbarn which is filled to the brim with fantastic indoor play equipment to entertain children of all ages and is great for rainy day family fun. They have it all at Sacrewell Farm Camping.
You can make friends with the site’s rare breed sheep and pigs, pet the rabbits and guinea pigs and meet the magnificent shire horses and Jolly Joules and Dicky Mint the donkeys.
On site catering is provided by Origin8 Deli Cafes.
Guests can find great camping supplies, souvenirs and gifts at The Three Little Ducks shop.
Sacrewell Farm Camping is open all year except for 25th December.
∗ Rates include entrance to the Farm Centre
∗ Spacious pitches with wonderful views over the countryside
∗ Premium pitches available with electrical hook-ups
∗ Showers, toilets accessible 24 hours
∗ Elsan point large, disposal bins, washing up facilities
∗ Recycling points
∗ Located 150 yards from our toilets and shower blocks the Top Triangle and Top Field and Top Triangle are lovely, peaceful spots
∗ Minimum booking of 2 nights over Bank Holiday weekends
∗ We cannot accept camping bookings from all male/female or mixed groups of adults under 21 years of age
∗ Group and Rally rates available
Sacrewell Farm Camping entitles you to use all the facilities and have unlimited access to the attractions during opening hours. Access to the Farm is NOT permitted when the Centre is closed. When visiting the Farm, Sacrewell Badges must be worn and Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
SOME OF OUR FAVOURITE THINGS:
Stamford – markets held every Friday, cobbled streets and several old churches.
Wakerley Great Wood – part of Rockingham Forest. See Red Kites swoop overhead as you stroll or bike through one of the country’s most magnificent ancient woodlands.
Castle Cottage Café, Oakham – enjoy a delicious meal or home-made cake in a picturesque garden hidden away in the grounds of the Medieval Oakham Castle.
Osprey Cruises – Visit the Rutland Osprey Project at dawn and cruise around Rutland Water looking for the magnificent birds of prey.
The Haycock Hotel, Wansford – Delicious food for weary campers and special rates for Sacrewell Farm and Country Centre guests.
Burghley House â One of the greatest stately homes in the country is only five miles away.