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  • Greendale Farm Park, Pickwell Lane, Whissendine, Rutland. LE15 7LB
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  • We are a short walk from the village of Whissendine with its village shop, windmill and pub. The shop is well-stocked with groceries and essentials, it boasts an off-licence and post-office facilities. The White Lion Inn is a fabulous dog-friendly village pub, it has a varied menu for the bar and restaurant and also has with 8 en-suite rooms.  (Other dog-friendly pubs in Rutland) Whissendine Windmill is not to be missed. In exchange fora small donation to the Windmill Fund, Nigel will set the sails and treat you to a fascinating tour. His organic flour is used by many local businesses (including Dickinson & Morris Pork Pies). It's sold in our shop too!
    Just a mile in the opposite direction from the campsite is Northfield Farm Shop.

    Greendale is an ideal  base for  walking, cycling,  bird watching, photography, eating out, heritage, and of course Rutland Water. This huge scenic reservoir has several nature reserves and is famous for the breeding osprey project. Water sports; fly fishing; cycling and walking are popular around Rutland Water., and the new seasonal aqua-park is well-worth a visit.

  • The campsite is four miles from Oakham & six miles from Melton Mowbray, both are market towns of great character and history. Visit Oakham for culture, history, eating out and quaint individual shops. Visit Melton Mowbray for farmers' markets, pork pies and regular high-street shopping. Stamford is a 25 minute drive (15 miles) but it has lots to offer in the way of culture, history, shopping and dining.

  • 15 minutes walk along our quiet lane. Whissendine is picturesque & interesting village. Fab dog-friendly village pub, working windmill, well-stocked shop & lots of cycling and walking opportunities.

    Around Whissendine

    Around Whissendine

    15 minutes walk along our quiet lane. Whissendine is picturesque & interesting village. Fab dog-friendly village pub, working windmill, well-stocked shop & lots of cycling and walking opportunities.

  • The Gardner within will awake. Each season is different. Britain's largest collection of individually designed gardens, 38 in total, and a fabulous tea-room make this a great day out.

    Barnsdale Gardens

    Barnsdale Gardens

    The Gardner within will awake. Each season is different. Britain's largest collection of individually designed gardens, 38 in total, and a fabulous tea-room make this a great day out.

  • A memorable day out. Walk across the river from Stamford and you are in the grounds.

    Burghley House

    Burghley House

    A memorable day out. Walk across the river from Stamford and you are in the grounds.

  • Great traditional markets in Melton Mowbray, Oakham & Stamford. Plus lovely local produce.

    Markets & Produce

    Markets & Produce

    Great traditional markets in Melton Mowbray, Oakham & Stamford. Plus lovely local produce.

  • One of the finest examples of 12th century domestic architecture in England. Built between 1180 and 1190, it is the best preserved Norman Aisled Hall in Northern Europe. The horseshoes are a must-see! (Trust us here).

    Oakham Castle

    Oakham Castle

    One of the finest examples of 12th century domestic architecture in England. Built between 1180 and 1190, it is the best preserved Norman Aisled Hall in Northern Europe. The horseshoes are a must-see! (Trust us here).

  • Rutland Water is fab, but there's lots more to see and do both on foot & on cycle.

    Walking & Cycling

    Walking & Cycling

    Rutland Water is fab, but there's lots more to see and do both on foot & on cycle.

  • Built by WIlliam the Conquerer in 1070, Rockingham Castle is a treasure-house of history and intrigue. It was given to Edward Watson by Henry VIII in 1544 and still remains the family home of the Watson family.

    Rockingham Castle

    Rockingham Castle

    Built by WIlliam the Conquerer in 1070, Rockingham Castle is a treasure-house of history and intrigue. It was given to Edward Watson by Henry VIII in 1544 and still remains the family home of the Watson family.

  • It's not all about the Ospreys! Rutland Water is home to over 25,000 waterfowl, and plenty more besides.

    Rutland Water Nature Reserve

    Rutland Water Nature Reserve

    It's not all about the Ospreys! Rutland Water is home to over 25,000 waterfowl, and plenty more besides.