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Tall Trees Leisure Park
Wisbeech
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 TF 393034
52.61052  0.05584
 
 PE13 4ER

Welcome to Tall Trees Leisure Park, open all year round. This is a family run caravan park set on approx 35 acres of working fruit farm, situated in the village of Guyhirn just off the A47 which in turn is situated just 5 miles from Wisbech, 18 miles from Peterborough and 4 miles from the town of March.

Local Attractions


Peckover HousePeckover House

Web site: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-peckoverhouseandgarden
Peckover House is an elegant Georgian town house with a wonderful walled garden in Wisbech town centre.
It was a Georgian merchant's house and has many fine Victorian features, an orangery, summerhouses and fernery.
There's also the celebrated rococo plaster and wood carvings and a 17th-century thatched barn available for weddings and functions.



Queensgate Shopping CentreQueensgate

Web site: www.queensgate-shopping.co.uk

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday - 9am to 5.30pm
Late on Thursday - 9am to 8pm
Saturday - 9am to 6pm
Sunday - 10.30am to 4.30pm

Trading hours given are for all stores.
Some individual stores may vary their opening hours.
All information correct at time of going to press.
John Lewis Peterborough now open 7 days a week


Peterborough CathedralPeterborough Cathedral

Web site: www.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk

The Cathedral is still the seat of the Bishop of Peterborough, as it has been since the Diocese was created in 1541. Worship, enhanced and supported by a long choral tradition, still takes place every day.

The Cathedral is used for many functions including exhibitions, concerts and school outings. There is a permanent exhibition depicting the life of the Cathedral and the daily life of a Benedictine monk. There are also working scale models of how the Cathedral was constructed



Ely CathedralEly Cathedral

Web site: www.elycathedral.org

Thousands of visitors come to Ely Cathedral each year, from all over the world. Few are ever disappointed, for there is something here for everyone.

Lovers of architecture will rejoice in the many different styles, blending to make the whole. History abounds around every corner, and the beauty created by artists in wood, stone and glass is everywhere.




Burghley House, Stamford

Burghley House

Web site: www.burghley.co.uk

One of the finest country homes in the whole of the United Kingdom is situated less than a mile from the centre of Stamford, Burghley House is famous for its yearly sporting event, The Burghley Horse Trials which attracts competitors and visitors alike from all over the world. The house and grounds can only be described as stunning and must be considered as one of the finest Elizabethan houses in the whole of England if not Europe.

With several high turrets and spires jutting out from the main building its takes on a truly majestic look, with acres of lawns and land surrounding the house, the gardens are quite beautiful and wild deer can still be seen roaming the grounds. The house is open to the public and guided tours take place most days, the inside of the house is quite beautiful and certainly worth a visit.