Cambridge Cherry Hinton

Lime Kiln Road, Cherry Hinton, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 8NQ | Telephone: 01223 244088 | View Map

  • Cambridge Cherry Hinton site
    Cambridge Cherry Hinton site
  • River Cam, Kings College
    River Cam, Kings College
  • Anglesey Abbey
    Anglesey Abbey
  • Ancient quarry, encircled by tall trees and wild flowers
    Ancient quarry, encircled by tall trees and wild flowers
  • Fun and games on Cambridge Cherry Hinton site
    Fun and games on Cambridge Cherry Hinton site
  • White tiger at Linton Zoological Gardens
    White tiger at Linton Zoological Gardens

Open Dates:
Open All Year

Earliest Arrival Time: 1pm
Latest Departure Time: 12pm


• Wi-Fi available
• Wash room / toilets
• Electric tent pitch

Why stay here

Set on an ancient quarry, encircled by tall trees and wildflowers is our Cambridge site. The city centre is minutes away and the whole region is crisscrossed with waterways and trails that can be explored on foot and by bike.

The city of Cambridge is rich in history and culture; dotted with museums, theatres and shops. There’s plenty to do like a college tour, punting on the River Cam and seeing the sights on an open-top bus.

To book a tent pitch please call the site directly on 01223 244088.

Accommodation at Cambridge Cherry Hinton

Site details

Facilities on site

• Wi-Fi available*
• Wash room / toilets
• Baby changing / disabled facilities
• Dish washing area
• Laundry facilities
• Car parking
• Pitches are: grass with electric
• Site shop: Yes

*Please note we are upgrading our Wi-Fi service, which means there is currently no Wi-Fi available in the accommodation. However FREE Wi-Fi will be available via a hotspot (near to reception areas) which you can access at any time.

To book a tent pitch please call the site directly on 01223 244088

Activities & experiences nearby

  • Cycling Cycling

    Cambridge is one of the best places in the country to cycle as it’s relatively flat and has over 80 miles of tracks for all ages and abilities to enjoy freely by bike. Routes and maps can be found here.

  • Walking Walking

    Step into a ‘Winnie the Pooh’ story, as you roam through Beechwood Nature Reserve (just minutes from the campsite) with its small but impressive woodland that contains hundreds of majestic beech trees that were planted in 1840. Explore these ancient trees, the growing fungi, lichens and mosses.


    Or head to Cambridge’s newest reserve, Trumpington Meadows with its 58 hectare country park and close proximity to the river Cam.

  • Things to try Things to try

    Discover more about the history of gin production with the world famous Cambridge Distillery’s The Gin Lab. With a well-appointed classroom, a shop and a tasting lounge, this interactive space is dedicated to the appreciation of the nation’s favourite tipple! Most importantly, then try out their range of world-class gins for yourself.


    Be inspired by the 40-acre oasis of gardens and greenhouses at the Cambridge University Botanic Garden with stunning plants and flowers in abundance.


    Undoubtedly the best way to see the most famous Cambridge colleges, a visit to the city wouldn’t be complete with going punting on the river. Take in a punting tour and be entertained by your guides stories that have spanned centuries and are often hilarious, all set to the stunning backdrop of Cambridge.


  • Pubs and restaurants Pubs and restaurants

    Whether you’re after a dining experience for a special occasion, dinner set to the backdrop of the river Cam or cuisine that sends your taste buds to shores afar, Cambridgeshire’s diverse food scene has plenty on offer.


    Restaurant Twenty-Two opened over 40 years ago and is set in a lovingly restored Victorian townhouse that backs onto the river Cam and Jesus Green. The menu changes weekly, with a fresh, modern dining experience based on what produce is in season.


    Tradizioni is named one of the ten best restaurants in Cambridge and with its authentic Italian food (based on their grandmother’s recipes) and warm, informal welcome, it’s no surprise that it’s been awarded a certificate of excellence.


    A hidden gem in Cambridge is the Corner House Pub, with its delicious, cost-effective menu offering classic pub food. It’s also renowned for the eclectic line-up of live music too.

  • Family days out Family days out

    Indulge the budding scientists and embark on an interactive journey of exploration at the Whipple Museum of the History of Science. Stargaze through telescopes, explore the world in the globe gallery or investigate Darwin’s microscope.


    Get up close to the gorgeous residents of Linton Zoo Conservation Park home to a large collection of wildlife ranging from giant tortoises to snow leopards, from the majestic Amur tigers to the eye-catching toucans.


    Test your determination or just practice your climbing skills at Clip and Climb, Suitable for all abilities there are 20 challenges to try like reaching new heights on the Skyscraper challenge, racing your friends up Face to Face or for the adrenaline junkies amongst you try the two Extreme challenges, Stairway to Heaven and the Vertical Drop Slide.

* Price for 1 adult and 1 pitch. There will be an additional £2 surcharge per night for large tent pitches. Please read our FAQs further booking information. Terms and conditions apply.

Location and transport

Lime Kiln Road, Cherry Hinton, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 8NQ
Telephone: 01223 244088

Transport Links:

  • Buses go to: Cambridge city centre
  • Nearest train station: Cambridge
  • Car hire available on site: Yes

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