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The Travellers Rest in Cambridgeshire

This well-maintained site has 40 pitches, all with electric hook-ups.

Its proximity to Cambridge makes it an ideal location to explore the historic City and surrounding cities of Ely and many more towns and villages and museums to visit.

Open April to September – Caravans, Motorhomes, RVs and Tents all welcome.

There is a brand new shower block. Electric hook-up on all pitches. We have grass and hard standing pitches. And also there is a veg preparation and washing up facility and children’s soft play area near by.

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Reviews of The Travellers Rest

This is one of the cleanest sites we have used. The toilet and shower facilities are excellent. Hot showers. The grassed area is very neat and the hard standings are flat and plenty of space. The owners and staff are very friendly and helpful. The only downside is the noise of traffic from the main road. Not a problem to us. Bus stops to Ely and Cambridge 5 minute walk. Will definitely visit this site again.
susan mccarry (6th Jan 2013)
Ifound the campsit staff weare very friendley the site was in the Ideal position for my stay the site its self was very clean and had every think we needed and i was allowed to take my pets on site which was great
shane (12th Aug 2011)
This campsite has been opened before it is finished. There was no turf to pitch our tent on, and nowhere for the children to play, just a lot of messy topsoil. There was no hot water in the toilets or for washing up, only one shower in use which could only be used lukewarm, and no electricity except powered by a noisy generator.
Additionally the site is right by the noisy A10 and the playground listed as a campsite facility on their website is actually a local amenity, only accesible by exiting the site itself so not safe for young children to go to alone.
Although the site might improve a little when it is finished, I would still not recommend it.
The playgrouond that they list
Sarah Wylie (2nd Jun 2011)