We’re good to go ……. all winter long!

Following the PM’s statement yesterday regarding further restrictions, we are delighted to still be offering safe and relaxing accommodation to travelers looking to take a break from the maddening crowd or to those visiting family or having to travel for work.

October in March! – Pic by Darren Hankins

The Cambridgeshire Fens really are as beautiful in the winter as they are in the summer, with amazing sunsets and sunrises, perfect for walking, bird watching and fishing – in relative peace and quiet. With our flat countryside, cycling is easy …. ish too  (unless the wind is blowing against you of course!) and the wide open spaces makes you feel like you can really breath deeply – especially if you have been hemmed in, in a large town or city.

The Old River Nene from our bank

Leave behind your daily stresses and worries and bring with you instead a mac, walking shoes and a pair of binoculars! Check out visitcambridgeshirefens.org for places to go and see.  Although some maybe currently restricted, there are so many wide open spaces you can explore in our region that are not!  At Fourwinds B&B and Campsite, we allow well behaved dogs in a couple of our accommodation options and on our campsite, so if you have a fur baby you want to bring for nice long walks along the river or in among the fields – bring them here!

This part of East Anglia is a good base from which to explore – such as a visit to the expansive golden beaches and reserve of Holkham or to the brightly painted beach huts at Wells Next The Sea, or the fragrant pine forest at Sandringham (all within an hour or so drive from us).  Beautiful in the winter as well as the summer!

Snaps from our log cabin and shepherds hut

We offer cosy (and a bit quirky) self contained accommodation for singles, couples or families (up to 4).  In times such as these, having your own front door, to your own self contained space, is the best – home from home without the chores!  The crackle of the wood burning in the stove of the Shepherds Hut or the sounds of the countryside from the Log Cabin, or the walk down to the river from the Suite will just add to the experience.  Be refreshed without the hassles of daily life and by the enjoyment of somewhere else to explore. Check out our accommodation here.

Folk in our town of March are very friendly and down to earth and make you feel comfortable instantly, making a little trip to town for provisions easy.  Sure there will be restrictions on whats on, whats open and till what time  for the next few months (never mind remembering your face coverings!), but that won’t stop you being able to recharge your batteries!

Fenland pumpkins ready to harvest

We also have a few spacious gravel pitches with electric in our 5 acre field, available all year round for campervans, motorhomes and caravans.  During this pandemic, unlike many small campsites, we are still able to provide clean and covid-friendly facilities should campers not be able to rely on their own. If you are a member of the Camping and Caravanning Club, you will also be able to benefit from midweek pitch fee discounts we are offering from November to February.  Call us on 01354 658737 if you would like more info. If you haven’t already joined the CCC check them out, known as the Friendly Club, there are great benefits to being members.

Staycations are the ‘in thing’ this year …… and it doesn’t have to just be in the summer months! – put your heating on and woolly bed socks, get out the scrabble and enjoy a warming stew cooked in your own caravan oven (with a nice bottle of vino of course :))

So come and visit Fourwinds Leisure  in the Cambridgeshire Fens this Autumn and Winter.  We are all about relaxing and taking a load off and …… We’re Good To Go!

 

 

 

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