• Outdoor hot tub
    • Pets allowed at extra fee
    • Freeview TV/DVD/Wi-Fi
    • Outdoor furniture
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Free electricity form own wind farm
    • Eco living
    • Wildlife haven
    • 9-hole golf course
    • Clubhouse and bar
    • A fishing lake
    • A floodlit driving range

Relax in Your Own Cambridgeshire Hot Tub Lodge

Welcome to Cambridgeshire. Relax in your hot tub lodge and once your limbs can handle it, get out and explore the enchanting countryside. Breathe the fresh air. Capture the scenery on your camera. And if you can, make sure that your family, friends and even pets accompany you. This is an experience you do not want to have alone.

With well-appointed lodges, hospitable people and a host of both natural and man-made attractions, Cambridgeshire has made a name for itself as the destination to beat. The lodges are not pricey. If you are on a budget, you will find the experiences to be enjoyed here, do not cost much at all.

If you are a gadgets buff, then hop into your car and explore what Silicon Fen has to offer. You may pick up an idea or two  that will turn you into the next Zuckerberg.

It is good to feel like royalty once in a while. The owners of the lodges at this side of the UK make sure that you get to pamper yourself with facilities fit for royalty. What wouldn’t you give for a chance to soak in an outdoor hot tub as you point to this or that constellation to your loved one? Yea, that’s Cambridgeshire for you.

Cambridgeshire was made as a result of amalgamation of several counties including; Peterborough, Huntingdon, the Isle of Ely and Cambridgeshire. The county is bordered by other East Anglian counties including Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire. Its county seat is located in the city of Cambridge.

The county is largely low-lying. In fact, Holme Fen, with an altitude of 2.75 below the sea level, is said to be the lowest point in the United Kingdom. The highest point in the county is the Great Chishill village at 146 meters above the sea level. Notable landmarks include hills such as Little Trees Hill and Gog Magog Downs.

You Can Now Book Luxury Lodges in Cambridgeshire For As Little As £25 Deposit!

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Cambridgeshire

 

You will miss out if all your do during your break in Cambridgeshire is to enjoy a hot tub soak in the lodges. We advise you to see what the county has to offer. We know that you are looking to relax and unwind, but a chance to see the many Cambridgeshire attractions cannot be missed. To help you along, we have compiled a list of the top 10 places that you must visit. Take a look below.

The Fitzwilliam Museum 

470,000 people cannot be wrong. And that’s the number of people that this museum gets every year. On display are art and antique works that will leave you breathless.

Cambridgeshire University Botanic Garden 

If you are looking for something to decorate your living room with, perhaps you should take a stroll in this botanic garden and get some photos of the beautiful flowers. The beauty of Cambridgeshire University Botanic Garden is surreal. You would never think that something man-made would be this alluring.

 

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The Backs 

The beauty of this area is picture postcard-perfect.

Wimpole Estate 

Together with its Wimpole Hall, this estate is the place you go to get insights into the culture of Cambridgeshire. It is located about 8.5 miles from the city of Cambridge.

Ely Cathedral 

It was built in 1083 and features all the ancient architectural styles including Romanesque, Gothic, and Norman architectural styles.

 

Christ’s Pieces 

Located in central Cambridge, Christ’s Pieces is a Victorian park featuring manicured gardens and ornamental trees. Go here for a memorable picnic.

Centre for Computing History 

Here, you will get the story and exploits from the Information Age.

Wicken Fen 

Established in 1899, this is one of the oldest reserves in UK. It is a wetland located in Wicken.

Jesus Green Swimming Pool

Located in the village of Jesus Green, this pool is a good example of the few remaining Lidos built in the 1920s.

Parker’s Piece 

This is where the rules of Association Football were born.

Again, welcome to Cambridge! You can also click here to see more of lodges listings. 

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