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Roseberry Tourist Park

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

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Formerly a pear orchard, the park is set within 10 acres of level ground and surrounded by farmland. This well maintained park has 90 pitches, all with electric hook-up and many with water services.

Roseberry Tourist Park

The proprietors Mark & Jackie, and Resident Wardens, offer a friendly welcome.

Formerly a pear orchard, the park is set within 10 acres of level ground and surrounded by farmland. This well maintained park has 90 pitches, all with electric hook-up and many with water services. Well behaved dogs are accepted, maximum 2 per pitch. Please be respectful to other campers and try to limit their barking.

Its proximity to Cambridge makes it a delightful base to explore the historic City and surrounding market towns of Ely, St Ives and Huntingdon or further afield to London which is under an hour away by train.

Open all year.

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, Water hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

- Tourist information point


Accomodations:
90 Touring pitches, 90 Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, 90 Tent pitches

Nearby attractions:
Boat launch, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Swimming (Indoor), Internet Access

- National Hunt Race
- The Imperial War Museum
- Cromwell Museum

- shops
- tea rooms


Roseberry Tourist Park (www)

Earith Road
Cambridgeshire, East England
United Kingdom
CB24 5LT
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Overall rating

3.0 stars

Based on 2 review(s)

1.0 stars

We went here for August Bank Holiday weekend and a horrendous journey getting here from Kent taking us 4 hours and got to the site at 7pm. We had a nice greeting and taken to our pitch. We have got a dog and our friends 2 dogs so after the journey our friends tethered there 2 small dogs between the van and car and they done a little bit of barking nothing to excessive and we kept ours in the car . Both parties got there respective units sorted out and had some tea.At 9.30pm we met up to take the dogs down to the dog area at the same time we were met by a person who said his name and he was the owner of the site. He claims that he had 3 complaints in half a hour due to dogs barking. He was very abrupt with us and told we had to sort the barking out cause he did not want that on his sight. The manner in which he spoke to us was very up setting and we wanted to move off site the following morning but all the other sites in the area were fully booked up so we could not move on. We stayed out as long as we could so we didnt have to go back to the site. This is a very bad way to treat customers who they claim dogs are welcome on site but when there is a little bit of barking he came down on us very hard. We just want to let other campers know to be careful with your dogs when you go here. We could not wait to leave on monday morning and we will give this site a very wide berth in the future.

Bedfordshire

5.0 stars

If you are looking for a quiet, peaceful site, then this one is definitely worthy of consideration.
On arrival, on the Friday night, we were warmly greeted and taken to our pitch. The site was very well maintained with close cut grass, small fruit trees, and the perimeter was surrounded by larger trees and hedging.
A modern toilet/shower block was kept very clean by both staff and visitors.
Both before and on arrival, we were aware that it was a tourist park, so we were prepared to look locally for eateries. Within a couple of miles either way from the site, there were two villages, one containing an excellent take away and pubs, and the other contained various places to eat. A site that we would definitely visit again.