Local Attractions

We are surrounded by public footpaths locally which is ideal for ramblers, dog walkers or cyclists. You can enjoy a walk through the relatively flat landscape of Cambridge, where the big skies give a feeling of wide open space. From our site you are able to explore the surrounding countryside of Ely – enjoy the Cambridgeshire fens and the wildlife that call them home. There is an interactive site nationaltrust.org.uk which details some lovely walks.

Ely

Historic town of Ely offers a variety of attractions. Ely Tourist Information Centre is based in the historic setting of Oliver Cromwell’s House and is conveniently located close to Ely Cathedral, shops and restaurants. The friendly staff are able to share their expert local knowledge in order to make the most of your visit. They stock a stock a wide range of information covering the Eastern region and beyond.

Cambridge

Wander around the various colleges, each with their own history and personality and each one more architecturally impressive than the last. Uncover the famous alumni from each college, search for the apple tree where Isaac Newton discovered the law of gravitation, see where Steven Hawking lived for many years. The university is home to nine museums and numerous chapels. The most popular colleges with tourists are King’s College and Trinity College.

Cambridge

Wander around the various colleges, each with their own history and personality and each one more architecturally impressive than the last. Uncover the famous alumni from each college, search for the apple tree where Isaac Newton discovered the law of gravitation, see where Steven Hawking lived for many years. The university is home to nine museums and numerous chapels. The most popular colleges with tourists are King’s College and Trinity College.

Newmarket

The Home of Horseracing!!! A lovely town with the National Horse Racing Museum worth a look

St Ives

The market town of St Ives is a hidden gem set in the beautiful north Cambridgeshire countryside. There are many appealing reasons to visit such as the tranquil riverside, the traditional weekly markets (Monday and Friday mornings) and tea and cake in the tea rooms by the river.

St Ives

The market town of St Ives is a hidden gem set in the beautiful north Cambridgeshire countryside. There are many appealing reasons to visit such as the tranquil riverside, the traditional weekly markets (Monday and Friday mornings) and tea and cake in the tea rooms by the river.