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Visitor Reviews - Stroud Hill Park

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Stroud Hill Park
Fen Road
Pidley
Huntingdon
Cambridgeshire   (Browse area)
PE28 3DE   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01487 741333

Facilities:  (Key)
                   

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Pitches: 44 hardstandings & 16 grass
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 59 Reviews
              8/10 from 59 Reviews


Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes 

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Reviews:  59 in total, now showing 1 to 6                 Previous 6          Next 6
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Date of Visit: May 2014 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Lynm 33 reviews from this member

All the reviews are right a lovely site. Lovely helpful wardens. There was a slight muddle over our booking but it worked in our favour as we ended up on the grass on top of the hill with ehu. Will ask for that when we stay again. Facilities are stunning. The only thing to improve them would be a chair in the shower to help when getting dressed. We didn't get to eat in the barn restaurant so we will save that for next time. Great places to visit like Wicken Fen & get a Park & Ride from St Ives to get into Cambridge what a lovely town.

Date of Visit: May 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Taz-mania 1 review from this member

Needed a break from the 'rat race' so booked Stroud Hill Park at the last minute.

We followed the signs for the site and ended up going down a single track road and thought, 'Oh dear, what have we done'. But on entry to the site it is wonderful!

All hard standings are at the lower end of the site and the grassed area is at the top. The reception, toilet block, pot wash, laundry facilities, bar and split-level restaurant are in the timbered complex next to the entrance.

Our pitch was directly opposite the toilet block door; ideal for the good lady as she has various disabilities and obtained a key to the disabled toilet/shower (which she says is excellent.

The men's toilet has 4 urinals, two toilets and 4 hand basins. The 3 showers are a wet cubical with toilet and corner hand basin. Each one is provided with a squeegee for pushing the water into the drain. The control for the shower is a proximity sensor - no temperature variation or flow control! Beware of bending over when drying one's self and one's backside is close to the sensor! Yes, one gets wet again!

We booked for Sunday lunch and were very pleased with the food and service. A two course meal for two including a huge bottle of lager (660ml) for just 40. Excellent value we think.

In the lower restaurant and bar area dogs are allowed which saves them being shut in the caravan or motorhome. Also, there is a type of dog walk. It is a mown strip of grass just under the top edge of the grassed pitches. However, there are no signs to indicate this and there is no dog pooh bin anywhere on site. The main bin/skip is at the site entrance.

Very helpful wardens and restaurant staff.

Would we go there again? Of course we intend to. There is no reason not to.

Date of Visit: April 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Sue warner 3 reviews from this member

First visit to this lovely site. Also first time to an adult only site. Staff very helpful. The toilet/showers were very clean as was the rest of the site. My husband loved the fishing lake and was pleased that he caught plenty of fish. Only shame the bar is not open all week but we will return to this site.

Date of Visit: April 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Bilko2 2 reviews from this member

Hi, Just returned from a 4 night stay at this adults only site. Extremely peaceful and we struck very lucky with the weather. All pitches are fully serviced and mainly level - we used our Milenco leveller just to ensure shower tray drainage.

The site is very well maintained and the facilities block is clean, warm and well lit. We didn't use the on site restaurant as it was not open Monday to Thursday - menu looked tempting though.

Site is 0. 75 miles down a lane from village but there are footpaths to shorten trip to local pub for grub - Mad Cat Inn.

There is an excellent Park and Ride system from nearby St Ives to Cambridge. We also visited Anglesey Abbey and Wicken Fen Nature Reserve.

Overall, a very pleasant break. Would recommend.

Date of Visit: March 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: AGlenn 1 review from this member

This was our first outing in our caravan. This was a great site and we were made most welcome on arrival. The site is well laid out and the hardstandings are all excellent, with most being flat. All have access to their own water, drainage and electric.

The facilities block was kept clean at all times and was excellent.

We will certainly return in the future.

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: EarwaxUK 3 reviews from this member

We've just returned from Stroud Hill Park after spending the August bank holiday weekend there.

We initially found this site through Tranquil Touring Parks but discovered it also offered grass pitches for tents.

The site is well located - it's no more than half an hour to most of the major tourist attractions of the area, especially Cambridge.

It's a very pretty site with a lovely large timber framed building in the centre which houses the restaurant and bar, the reception, a shop and the toilets and showers.

The grass pitches for tents are at the top of the site and the tent field has it's own water supply. The camping field overlooks the fishing lake and was flat, well kept and pleasantly stone and tree root free which made pitching nice and easy.

The toilets and showers are excellent. The showers are wet rooms which contain both a toilet and a sink as well as the shower and there is plenty of space to leave your clothes by the door so they don't get wet. Everything was always immaculately clean and well stocked.

There is also a washing area which houses a washing machine, tumble drier and an iron with ironing board. Use of the washer or drier is 2 and based on an honesty system. There is also a food and vegetable preparation area which was always clean and very well looked after.

We didn't make use of the bar and restaurant as there were far too many interesting pubs to visit in the local area. Two worth visiting are the King of the Belgians in Huntingdon and the Abbot's Elm in Abbots Ripton. The latter is quite expensive but has amazing food.

Over all, we had a great time visiting Cambridge and wandering around the footpaths of the Fens and were always pleased to return to such a well organised, quiet and clean site with excellent facilities.

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