Lodges in Cambridgeshire
From the wide open spaces of the fens to the architectural and cultural delights of Cambridge, there’s plenty to enjoy on one of our lodge holidays in Cambridgeshire. For wildlife, head to Wicken Fen Nature Reserve, one of Europe’s most important wetlands. Or for a picnic on a warm summer day, Grantchester Meadows is within easy reach of our lodge parks. Cambridgeshire is also home to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, which houses Europe’s finest collection of military and civilian aircraft as well as a fascinating range of exhibits relating to the Battle of Britain and World War II.
A visit to the lively university town of Cambridge is a must during your stay in one of our holiday lodges in Cambridge. Here you can see the famous King’s College Chapel and the “bridge of sighs” at St. John’s College. Why not try your hand at punting along the Backs while you’re there? To the north of the county is the charming town of Ely, with its distinctive cathedral, seemingly floating above the fens like a great ocean liner. Anglesey Abbey, which was once a medieval priory but is now an impressive stately home with a fabulous collection of fine art and antiques, is also well worth a visit.