A new lake at Fields End Water in Cambridgeshire will have luxury glamping pods and touring pitches perched on its banks, giving guests a first hand view of the diversity of its resident wildlife.
The new lake, just over an acre in size, makes three fishing lakes providing four acres of coarse fishing within Field End Water’s grounds; lakeside pitches are already being booked for a planned mid-March opening if allowed.
“We’re pinning our hopes on normality starting to return by then, and that Fields End will once again have the happy buzz we’ve all been missing so much,” said park director Charlie Boughton.
The adults-only park is based on the arable farm owned by Charlie’s parents, Duncan and Vicky, and started welcoming touring guests just over 15 years ago.
As well as facilities for motorhomes, tourers, tents and glamping pods, Fields End also provides luxury lodges to rent with private hot tubs.
Sustainability has always been a priority in the management of the park and has earned it a David Bellamy Conservation Award. “We care deeply about the natural world and do what we can to protect its wildlife; the park and its lakes are a magnet for many different animal and bird species,” said Charlie.
For details about the park visit www.fieldsendwater.co.uk