• Hot tub
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Cot/highchair available
  • Undercover courtyard
  • Hot tub
  • Swimming Pool
  • Childrens play area
  • Close to local amenities

The Den

Sleeps 2

  • Private hot tub
  • Welcome pack
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • EBroadband/Wi Fi

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Cambridgeshire

Cottage in Cambridgeshire

If you are looking for a cottage with a hot tub set in gentle hills and fens, with magical sunsets, small traditional villages and plenty of places to visit the East Anglian county of Cambridgeshire could be the place for you.

Hot tubs are becoming a must have, for many cabins and cottages and it's easy to see why. After all, they are the ultimate relaxation tool nothing beats sinking into those bubbles at the end of a fun packed day feeling all the stress of everyday life melt away.

The county offers a marvelous range of things to see and do. including; country parks, historic houses, museums, castles, cathedrals, abbeys, nature reserves and of course the beautiful university town. For the more active Cambridgeshire is great for cycling, walking and horse-riding.

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For the wildlife lover or bird watcher holiday destinations don't come much better with twenty-four nature and wildlife areas so don't forget those binoculars. The lush fens and marshes are interspersed with spectacular cathedral towns, medieval markets and glorious gardens.

Adding a little luxury to your holiday couldn't be easier with our pick of the best cottages and lodges with hot tubs in the county. Whether it's a family holiday, romantic weekend break or celebrating a special occasion you will find the perfect accommodation for the right price.

About Troutbeck​

Cambridgeshire is a landlocked East Anglian County, but one that is very popular with tourists due to the presence of the Silicon Fen, Cambridge University and the historic towns of the surrounding area. It is also a great base for day trips to London.

Cambridgeshire is also renowned for the site known as Flag Fen, the earliest Neolithic settlement in the United Kingdom. Among the archaeological finds that have been discovered in East Cambridgeshire include those from Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Cambridgeshire

Listed below are our top 10 attractions in Cambridgeshire which offer something for everyone.

1. Ely Cathedral

The grounds on which the Ely Cathedral sits have had a cathedral since 672AD. The present-day cathedral was constructed in 1083. It is the seat of the Bishop of Ely. It is one of the most spectacular Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals in the UK.

2. Visit the Zoo

Lions in Cambridgeshire Zoo

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There are no less than five zoos and wildlife parks within the county, meet the meercats at the Animal Experience in Stretham nr Ely or check out the big cats at Linton Zoo which focuses on conservation and saving endangered species.

3. Imperial War Museum, Duxford

It is said to be the largest aviation museum in Britain. On exhibition are naval vessels, artillery, military vehicles and about 200 aircrafts. The museum is also used as storage space for items such as books, artefacts, documents, photographs and films.

4. King’s College Chapel

Built from 1446 to 1515, King’s College Chapel is located in the King’s College of the University of Cambridge. It represents the finest Gothic and Tudor architecture and is famed for its elaborate stained glass windows. During term-time it is possible for the general public to hear the famed choral services.

5. Anglesey abbey

Angelsey Abbey, formerly a priory is a country house that sits on a 98-acre property in the Village of Lode. A great way to spend an afternoon relaxing in the 18th century landscaped gardens,

The Backs Image

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6. The Backs

If you love photography, you will appreciate The Backs. This is a beautiful setting on the banks of River Cam where sit several colleges of the University of Cambridge. The beautiful grounds are also perfect for a romantic stroll.

7. Fitzwilliam Museum

Owned and operated by the University of Cambridge, this museum exhibits fine arts and antiquities. It was established in 1816. Some of the items you can expect to find here include; music manuscripts, Egyptian collections, paintings and Michelangelo bronzes.

8. The Raptor Foundation

This fantastic bird of prey centre is a great day out for all the family, learn about the work the foundation do and watch amazing flying displays, there are tons of species including falcons, hawks and owls, some of which it is possible to hold.

9. Wimpole Estate

This is a country house located in the Parish of Wimpole. It is located on a 3000-acre property. It was in 1640 and is owned by the National Trust. It is the largest house in Cambridgeshire.

10. Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences

This is a geology museum owned by the University of Cambridge. On display are over 2 million collections of rocks, fossils and minerals. Some of these are as old as 4.5 billion years.

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