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Cambridge Country Club Lodge Retreat is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, offering luxurious lodge accommodation at Cambridge Country Club, the perfect place for breaks away to relax and unwind.
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Landal Rockingham Forest offers luxury lodges set in ancient English woodland.
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Peacefully tucked away amidst a glorious sweep of unspoilt Cambridgeshire countryside, this stunning collection of lodges offers the perfect rural getaway.
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Rosewood Stud Park is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, nestling amongst trees and overlooking a small lake on a working stud farm boasting 72 acres of secluded Cambridgeshire countryside.
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Saxon Mound is a rustic lodge park nestled in the heart of rural Cambridgeshire.
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Cambridgeshire Visitor's Guide

Embark on a Cambridgeshire escape where the charm of rural England meets vibrant city life. Picture yourself punting down the River Cam, exploring the awe-inspiring architecture of Cambridge University, or wandering through Ely's majestic cathedral. Savour the fresh, farm-to-table fare at bustling market towns, and don't miss out on the eclectic mix of arts, theatre, and music festivals. Did you know? The Cambridge University Library holds over 8 million works! For those craving a cosy retreat or an action-packed group holiday, a lodge or cabin in Cambridgeshire offers the perfect base to create unforgettable memories.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Cambridgeshire?

Cambridgeshire is a gem in the heart of England, brimming with charm and character. It's not just about the prestigious university city of Cambridge; the entire county offers a rich tapestry of experiences. In 2024, the area is buzzing with new attractions and events, including the annual Cambridge Folk Festival, which is a must for music enthusiasts. Opting for a lodge break gives you the freedom and space that hotels can't match, perfect for families or couples seeking a tranquil retreat. Cambridgeshire's unique appeal lies in its blend of rural beauty, historic landmarks, and vibrant cultural scenes. From punting on the River Cam to exploring the Fens, there's an authenticity here that's hard to find elsewhere.

If you're visiting Cambridgeshire with kids

Cambridgeshire is a playground for children, with plenty of activities to spark their imagination. The region boasts attractions like the Imperial War Museum Duxford, where aviation history comes to life, and the enchanting Wicken Fen Nature Reserve for little explorers. Lodges provide a relaxed base for families, often with outdoor space for kids to play. They offer a home-from-home experience, with the added excitement of being somewhere new.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Swimwear for lodge pools or nearby water parks
  3. Rain gear, because UK weather can be unpredictable
  4. Binoculars for bird watching at nature reserves
  5. Interactive games for family evenings in the lodge

Pet Friendly Cambridgeshire Adventures

Absolutely, Cambridgeshire welcomes pets with open arms. You'll find a variety of pet-friendly pubs and eateries, such as The Green Man in Grantchester, where your furry friends can join you for a meal. When booking your lodge, look out for those with enclosed gardens, giving your dog a safe space to enjoy. It's also worth checking for any additional charges for pets when booking your stay. Remember to bring your pet's bed and favourite toys to make them feel at home.

Dog walking ideas in Cambridgeshire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Grantchester Meadows 2.5 River and Meadows CB3 9ND
Milton Country Park 2 Lakes and Woodland CB24 6AZ
Stourbridge Common 1.5 Riverside and Common CB5 8HN
Wimpole Estate Walk 3 Historic Estate and Farmland SG8 0BW
Hinchingbrooke Country Park 3.5 Woodlands and Meadows PE29 6DB

Romantic Breaks for Couples

If you're looking to fan the flames of love, Cambridgeshire's lodges are a prime choice. Picture this: you and your partner, secluded in a cosy lodge, perhaps with a hot tub under the stars – it's the perfect setting for a romantic retreat. For those special touches, some lodges offer pamper packs, complete with bubbly, chocolates, and scented candles to set the mood.

For a bit of indulgence, check out lodges that partner with local spas – a couple's massage might be just what you need. Dining out is a treat here too, with many lodges offering on-site restaurants or partnerships with local eateries. Imagine a candlelit dinner followed by a twilight walk back to your private lodge. It's all about creating those intimate moments that turn into lasting memories.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

Cambridgeshire is a treasure trove of culinary experiences, with a penchant for hearty British fare. You've got to try the local game dishes or the classic fish and chips. For a memorable meal, The Willow Tree in Bourn offers a charming setting and a menu that's perfect for food-loving couples.

Families will appreciate the welcoming atmosphere of The Plough in Coton, known for its friendly service and dishes that cater to all ages. For a more upscale dining experience, couples should book a table at Midsummer House, a Michelin-starred restaurant in Cambridge, where the tasting menus are an epicurean dream.

For a good night out

Cambridgeshire's nightlife might surprise you – it's got a vibrant scene that caters to all tastes. For live music and a buzzing atmosphere, The Portland Arms is a local favourite. If you're after a more laid-back evening, The Eagle, a historic pub in Cambridge, is a must-visit; it's where Watson and Crick announced the discovery of DNA!

For those who fancy a cocktail or two, Novi is the go-to spot. Their rooftop terrace is a great place to unwind after a day of exploring. And if you're into craft beers, don't miss out on The Cambridge Brew House, where the selection is as impressive as the lively ambience.


Anglers, take note: Cambridgeshire is your kind of place. The county is dotted with serene lakes and rivers teeming with fish. Here's a quick list of top spots:

  • Grafham Water - PE28 0BH
  • Pidley Fishing Lakes - PE28 3DF
  • Rib Valley Fishing Lakes - SG12 7SL
  • Lawn Farm Fishery - SG8 5QD
  • Rookery Waters - PE28 3DF

Whether you're a seasoned pro or a newbie, these waters won't disappoint.

Outdoor Adventures

For thrill-seekers and nature lovers, Cambridgeshire's outdoor activity centres are a goldmine. Grafham Water Centre offers a range of watersports, from sailing to windsurfing, with prices starting around £20 for a taster session. They're open year-round, but the best time to visit is during the warmer months when the full range of activities is available.

Another hotspot is Go Ape Thetford, where you can swing through the trees or zip-line to your heart's content. Prices vary depending on the activity, but you can expect to pay from £20 to £35 for an adrenaline-fueled experience. Check their website for seasonal opening times.

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Grand Arcade Shopping Centre High-street and Designer Brands CB2 3BJ
Grafton Centre Shopping Centre Retail Outlets and Eateries CB1 1PS
Burwash Manor Boutiques Artisan Gifts and Organic Produce CB23 7EY
Cambridge Market Outdoor Market Local Crafts and Fresh Food CB2 3QJ
Ely Markets Farmer's Market Homemade Goods and Vintage Finds CB7 4NT

Whether you're after designer labels or unique local crafts, Cambridgeshire's shopping scene has you covered. Don't miss out on the chance to take home a piece of this charming county.

Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Cambridgeshire

Woodhall Country Park Lodges, Lincolnshire

Driving Distance: About 1 hour and 30 minutes | Sleeps: Up to 4 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Woodhall Country Park Lodges offer a serene getaway nestled in tranquil woodlands, with wildlife-rich surroundings, fishing lakes, and the charm of Woodhall Spa nearby. Unwind on your private decking or explore the natural playground that awaits.

Who will love these lodges? Nature enthusiasts, couples, and families seeking a peaceful retreat will adore these lodges. The combination of luxury accommodation, wildlife spotting, and fishing opportunities make it a unique and restful experience.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite activities include carp and coarse fishing, bicycle hire, and a children’s play area. The nearest place to eat and drink is the Edwardian spa town of Woodhall Spa, offering a selection of quaint cafes and restaurants.

What's nearby? The Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is just a short drive away, offering stunning landscapes for walking and cycling. Woodhall Spa, known as the home of English golf, is nearby with its historic cinema and the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre, providing educational and engaging experiences.

Accommodation options: The Oakwood Cabins are perfect for couples, offering a cosy retreat with kitchenette and ensuite bathroom. For those seeking more space, the Lakeside Lancaster and Lakeview Premier lodges sleep up to 4, with luxurious amenities and lake views. Note that these lodges are not pet friendly.

Saxon Mound, Cambridgeshire

Driving Distance: About 23 minutes | Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Saxon Mound offers a rustic lodge experience in the heart of rural Cambridgeshire, with traditional decor, modern amenities, and a private fishing lake for a truly tranquil escape.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for fishing aficionados and those seeking a quiet countryside break. The traditional style lodges with their cosy atmosphere are a hit with families and couples alike.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Enjoy the private fishing lake stocked with carp, roach, and tench, or take a woodland walk. The nearby village of Elsworth features two pubs for dining options.

What's nearby? The historic city of Cambridge is within easy reach, offering an array of shops, bars, restaurants, and the prestigious university to explore. The Lawn Fishery is also close by for additional fishing opportunities.

Accommodation options: Choose from a selection of lodges, such as the Elm Lodge and Maple Lodge, which sleep up to 6 with spacious living areas and views over the fishing lakes. The Beech and Ash Lodges offer a more intimate setting for 4 guests. These lodges are not pet friendly.

Cambridge Country Club Lodge Retreat, Cambridgeshire

Driving Distance: About 28 minutes | Sleeps: Up to 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Located on the outskirts of Cambridge, this lodge retreat offers luxurious accommodation with stunning views of a championship golf course, indulgent spa facilities, and a choice of fine dining experiences.

Who will love these lodges? Perfect for golf enthusiasts, spa-goers, and those looking for a touch of luxury. With its range of high-end facilities, it's a great choice for couples or families wanting a sophisticated break.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Enjoy the championship golf course, spa and wellness centre, indoor swimming pools, sauna, steam room, and gym. Dining options range from traditional fare to Michelin-starred cuisine.

What's nearby? The city of Cambridge, with its historic architecture, punting on the River Cam, and cultural attractions, is just a short drive away. The surrounding countryside also offers picturesque walks and cycle routes.

Accommodation options: The Ramsey and Somersham Lodges provide luxury for up to 4 guests with private patios and hot tubs. Pet-friendly options are available, ensuring no family member is left behind.

Old Nene Golf and Country Club, Cambridgeshire

Driving Distance: About 35 minutes | Sleeps: Up to 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Set amidst the Cambridgeshire countryside, Old Nene Golf and Country Club offers a selection of log lodges with modern rustic charm, a 9-hole golf course, and a small fishing lake for a relaxing country retreat.

Who will love these lodges? Golfers and nature lovers will find this the ideal spot for a peaceful break. The lodges cater to those who appreciate the finer things in life, with chic designs and outdoor hot tubs.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Take advantage of the golf course, driving range, and fishing lake. Archery is also available for those looking for a different kind of target practice.

What's nearby? The market town of Huntingdon is nearby, offering shopping and dining options. For a dose of history, visit the Cromwell Museum or the nearby city of Peterborough with its stunning cathedral.

Accommodation options: The Kingsmere and The Woodwalton lodges are ideal for families or couples, with luxurious interiors and covered decking areas. Pet-friendly options like the Muchwood Retreat and Bodsey Lodge ensure everyone can enjoy the getaway.

Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Cambridgeshire

Imperial War Museum Duxford

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 18:00 daily
  • Prices: Adults £18.15, Children £9.05 (prices may vary)
  • Postcode: CB22 4QR
  • Est. time required: Half to full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

If you're into aviation or wartime history, the Imperial War Museum Duxford is a must-visit. It's Europe's largest air museum, boasting an impressive collection of aircraft and military vehicles. The interactive exhibitions and air shows are a real treat. The best time to visit is during one of the air shows, but any day out here is rewarding. Tip: Buy tickets online in advance to save time on arrival.

Phone number: 01223 835000 | Web:

The Fitzwilliam Museum

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 Tuesday to Saturday, 12:00 - 17:00 Sunday
  • Prices: Free entry
  • Postcode: CB2 1RB
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Grand Arcade car park

Art lovers and culture vultures, take note: The Fitzwilliam Museum is a treasure trove of art and antiquities. From Egyptian sarcophagi to masterpieces by Titian and Rembrandt, there's something to wow everyone. It's free to enter, and the museum often hosts temporary exhibitions. Tip: Check out the museum's calendar for special events and talks.

Phone number: 01223 332900 | Web:

Cambridge University Botanic Garden

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 18:00 daily (seasonal variations)
  • Prices: Adults £6.00, Children under 16 free
  • Postcode: CB2 1JE
  • Est. time required: 2-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: Trumpington Park and Ride

For a peaceful escape, the Cambridge University Botanic Garden is perfect. With over 8,000 plant species in beautifully landscaped gardens, it's a haven for nature lovers. Spring and summer are the best times to see the gardens in full bloom. Tip: Pack a picnic and enjoy the serene surroundings.

Phone number: 01223 336265 | Web:

Ely Cathedral

  • Opening Times: 09:30 - 17:00 Monday to Saturday, 13:00 - 16:00 Sunday
  • Prices: Adults £8.00, Concessions £6.50
  • Postcode: CB7 4DL
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: Several car parks in Ely

The majestic Ely Cathedral is known as the 'Ship of the Fens' for its prominent shape on the flat landscape. It's an architectural marvel with stunning stained glass windows. Don't miss the Octagon Tower tour for breathtaking views. Tip: Check their events calendar for choral services and concerts for an extra special experience.

Phone number: 01353 667735 | Web:

Hamerton Zoo Park

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:30 daily
  • Prices: Adults £13.99, Children £8.99
  • Postcode: PE28 5RE
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: Free on-site parking

Animal enthusiasts, get ready for a wild adventure at Hamerton Zoo Park. With a variety of exotic animals and a commitment to conservation, it's a great day out for families. The park also offers animal experiences for an extra fee. Tip: Visit during feeding times to see the animals at their most active.

Phone number: 01832 293362 | Web:

The National Trust's Wimpole Estate

  • Opening Times: 10:30 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: Adults £17.00, Children £8.50 (whole property)
  • Postcode: SG8 0BW
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking (free for members)

For a slice of the English countryside, The National Trust's Wimpole Estate is your spot. The estate includes a working farm, a grand mansion, and expansive gardens. It's ideal for family outings, with plenty of space for kids to run around. Tip: The estate hosts many seasonal events, so check what's on before you go.

Phone number: 01223 206000 | Web:

Remember, when you're planning your trip to Cambridgeshire, consider staying in one of the many cosy lodges dotted around the county. Lodges in Cambridgeshire offer a unique and intimate experience, perfect for unwinding after a day of exploring. Whether you're into history, nature, or just looking for a fun day out, Cambridgeshire has something for everyone.


This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with all the comforts of home, often surrounded by nature. Many lodges in Cambridgeshire offer modern amenities like fully-equipped kitchens, en-suite bathrooms, and sometimes even private hot tubs. It's a chance to unwind, with the countryside right on your doorstep.

What should I pack when visiting Cambridgeshire?

Pack for comfort and the unpredictable British weather. Bring layers, waterproofs for walks in the Fens, and maybe some smart casual clothes if you fancy dining out in Cambridge. Don't forget your swimsuit for hot tub lodges and a good book or games for cosy evenings in.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Cambridgeshire offer parking spaces, often right next to your accommodation. It's super convenient for unloading your gear. If you're staying at a larger lodge park like High Lodge in Suffolk, they'll have a main car park, and you might get a spot closer to your lodge.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain can't spoil the fun! Lodges are equipped for all weathers, with heating and entertainment systems. Plus, Cambridgeshire has plenty of indoor attractions like the Imperial War Museum Duxford or the Grand Arcade for shopping.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely, many local takeaways and even some restaurants offer delivery services to lodges. Apps like Just Eat and Deliveroo might cover your area, or you can opt for a supermarket delivery for a self-catering feast.

Is Cambridgeshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely! Cambridgeshire is charming year-round, with fewer crowds in the off-season. You can enjoy brisk walks, historic sites like Ely Cathedral, and cosy pub lunches. Plus, lodges often have fireplaces or hot tubs to keep you toasty.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, hot tubs at lodges are usually cleaned and maintained between guests. They're checked for hygiene and water balance, so you can dive right in. If you're at a place like Lazy Otter Meadows, they'll have a dedicated team for this.

Are there any child-friendly activities nearby?

Cambridgeshire is great for kids! Check out Shepreth Wildlife Park or go punting on the River Cam. Many lodges are on or near farms, like Johnson's of Old Hurst, where kids can see animals and play outdoors.

How accessible are the lodges for those with mobility issues?

Many lodges cater to varying mobility needs, with ramp access and ground-floor bedrooms. It's best to check with the individual lodge, such as Waterside Lodges, which offers accessible accommodation options.

Can I find pet-friendly lodges in Cambridgeshire?

Yes, there are plenty of pet-friendly options. Places like Woodlakes Park welcome furry friends, so they can join in on the fun. Just be sure to check any additional fees or restrictions when you book.

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