A luxury glamping site set in the heart of the beautiful Cambridgeshire countryside.

We are just minute’s walk away from the banks of Grafham Waters with its pubs, cafes and village shops. London is an hour’s drive and Cambridge a short journey too. There is an abundance of activities locally for families or equally the solitude of stunning rolling countryside.

By car

From the village of Perry (The Wheatsheaf Pub) head south along Crow Spinney Lane for 500m then turn right into the drive. Gaynes Hall is on your left-hand side. Please use the furthest entrance on your left.

By public transport

The nearest mainland station is Huntingdon. There is a bus service from Huntingdon to the village of Perry. Five minutes walk from the bus stop to the venue.

Explore the local area


Countless Grafham Water has miles of endless cycle tracks and walks and even a beach !. Why not hire a bike from Rutland Cycle Hire on the banks of Grafham. The cycle paths and hiking along the Three Shires Way are endless.

Things to do in Cambridge


Discover Cambridge - a fabled seat of learning, this beautiful city is full of stunning sights and beautiful scenery. From the colleges to punting on the Cam, there's no end of things to do. A perfect place to spend a romantic weekend or bring the family for plenty of things to see and do.

Eat, Drink and Stay


It’s a short stroll to the excellent Wheatsheaf Pub in Perry. The neighbouring village of Buckden has The Lion and The George, two excellent old Coaching Inns serving local Ales and excellent food.


Nearby Brampton has the River Mill pub and restaurant. Huntingdon has an excellency in the Old Bridge pub and restaurant.