A good collection of Cambridgeshire holiday cottages and self catering accommodation in the South East region. Follow the links for further details about the property and the surrounding countryside.

The Cottage Family Cottage, Grafham, East Anglia (Ref 4346)

The Cottage is a 350 year old cottage in part of a building that was once owned by the family of Oliver Cromwell, on a 6 acre site near to Grafham Waters which is near to Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire....

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The Little Cottage Pet-Friendly Cottage, Welney, East Anglia (Ref 17319)

The Little Cottage is located in the small village of Welney on the Norfolk/Cambridgeshire border. The cottage sleeps four people and has two double bedrooms, a family bathroom, a kitchen and a sitting...

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Acorns Pet-Friendly Cottage, Maxey, East Anglia (Ref 23336)

Acorns is a first floor annexe in the small Cambridgeshire village of Maxey near to Stamford and Peterborough. The cottagesleeps two people and has one double bedroom with an en-suite and an open plan...

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24 High Street Cottage, Madingley, East Anglia (Ref 17522)

24 High Street is a terraced, all ground floor cottage in the Cambridgeshire village of Madingley. The cottage sleeps three people and has one double bedroom, one single and a family bathroom. Also in...

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Violet Cottage Family Cottage, Feltwell, East Anglia (Ref 12708)

Violet Cottage is a semi-detached cottage, situated next to the owner's home in the large village of Feltwell on the Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire borders. This cottage sleeps four people and has...

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14 Church Street Family Cottage, Alwalton, East Anglia (Ref 8817)

14 Church Street is a semi detached cottage in the village of Alwalton, just four miles from Peterborough in Cambridgeshire. The cottage has one double bedroom, one twin room and a single room (accessed...

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Riverside Lodge Pet-Friendly Cottage, Isleham, East Anglia (Ref 1703)

Set in a private marina on the River Lark, this Scandinavian-style, wooden lodge is on the border between Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, just a mile from the village of Isleham. With free fishing all year...

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Cambridgeshire is one of the four eastern counties and is rich in natural beauty and history. The flat north-east of the county consists of panoramic fenland, used for grazing cattle, and is a major sanctuary for a diverse range of bird-life, while the southern reaches consist of a number of historical towns and villages.

Huntington, birth place of Oliver Cromwell sits on the River Great Ouse and is linked to the quaint market towns of St. Ives and St. Neots. The University town of Cambridge, founded by the Romans in AD70 is steeped in history and offers the visitor a rich variety of sights and attractions such as the Old Court of Corpus Cristi and the Wren Library of Trinity.

The growing industrial centre of Peterborough offers a stark contrast but features an impressive Norman Cathedral. Other notable towns worth visiting in Cambridgeshire include Buckden, with it's brick and timber houses and the picturesque Little Gidding.

The eastern counties offer an extensive variety of farmlands and undulating hills that merge seamlessly with the East Anglia Fens - it is a landscape that inspired the likes of Constable and Gainsborough and is the perfect setting for a short break.