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Stretton Lakes (CL) Open: Easter - End October

Facilities

  • Hookups available
  • Adults only
  • Dogs allowed
  • Fishing within 3 miles

Site Description

Stretton Lakes CL is situated within 120 acres of farmland in the county of Rutland. Six fishing lakes have been created over the past 40 years to create an idyllic setting surrounded by woodland and open farmland. Each lake side pitch has electric hook up with own water supply, overlooking the picturesque Rutland countryside. A very quiet site.

Our Fishing lakes are well stocked with coarse fish such as Common, Ghost and Mirror carp, Tench Bream, Roach and Rudd, all within a short walk from your pitch.

We also have six luxury round log cabins which are situated on the southerly edge of Stretton Wood, this 100 acre ancient woodland is teeming with fallow deer and woodland birds, take a walk through the wood or just relax in the comforts of your caravan.

Our CL site is an excellent base for visiting the surrounding countryside, we are equal distance of 7 miles from two market towns, Stamford and Oakham, also Melton Mowbray a short drive away.

Local Pubs and Restaurants

The Jackson Stops 0.5 mile from Stretton lakes in the village of Stretton, Modern British Cuisine in a beautiful thatched oak beamed setting.

The Olive Branch -0.5 mile from Stretton Lakes in the village of Clipsham, The Olive Branch is very proud to have been awarded the Michelin Pub of the Year 2008, Good Pub Guide Inn of the Year 2008, and also UK pub of the year 2014

The Wheatsheaf 2.5 miles from Stretton Lakes in the Picturesque village of Greetham. The Wheatsheaf also have an excellent selection of beers and local cask ales.





Site Charges

£12.00 per night including electrics. Fishing is at a reduced rate of £3.00 per day.


Local Attractions

Oakham is best know for Rutland Water. Rutland Water has an international reputation for sailing, trout fishing and bird watching and all these activities are open to day visitors, It is the site of the first breeding ospreys in England for 150 years. The osprey can be seen flying most days between April and September, it is also the home of the British Bird Watching Fair each August. It has a 25-mile circular track for walking and you can hire a cycle or bring your own. Oakham is rich in history and character, Oakham is a bustling lively market town. The market takes place every Wednesday and Saturday in the Market Place. There is a wide variety of stalls selling fruit & vegetables, fish and cheeses, bread, clothes, household goods and plants.

Stamford is famous for Burghley House and the Burghley horse trails which is the premiere equestrian and social event in the international sporting calendar. Burghley House is the largest and grandest house of the Elizabethan age and has the finest example of Elizabethan architecture. Regular events are held throughout the year at Burghley.

Stamford is renowned for its historical, architecture. Declared a conservation area in 1967 and is proclaimed as "the finest stone town in England".

Specialist shops include china, wholefoods, confectionery, quality boutiques, interior design, art galleries, antiques, bookshops, crafts and giftware together with major high-street retailers and a wide choice of cafes, restaurants, inns and tearooms. Stamford local market day is Friday.


Contact Details

Stretton Lakes, Stretton Lodge
Clipsham Road Stretton
Oakham Rutland
Rutland
LE15 7QS
Name Rachel Needham
Tel 01780 410507
Email Contact Form
Web Website Link
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Site Directions

Turn off A1 (Stamford Grantham) at junction with B668; follow the signpost to Stretton; from village follow signpost

Latitude: 52.733459

Longitude: -0.594488

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