A charming market town located 5 miles from the lodges. With a rich medieval heritage, the banks of the River Great Ouse and various restaurants, the town has lots to offer. Check out Bohemia, who do incredible breakfasts and lunches by day and cocktails and tapas by night.
A small market town, around five miles from Cambridgeshire Lakes. The town benefits from a direct train line to London Kings Cross and also has the A1 running to the west of the town. Sandy has a large supermarket and food store, along with a number of other facilities.
Approximately a mile from the site, Gamlingay has a range of local services including a medieval church, a manor house and a range of shops including a Co-op, bakery and pharmacy.
Two miles from Cambridgeshire Lakes, Waresley has a delightful village pub (The Duncombe Arms) which offers delicious food and a beautiful beer garden. Waresley Wood is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is manged as a nature reserve. Waresley Park includes a deer park, kitchen gardens and a garden centre with café.
Only three miles from Cambridgeshire Lakes, Abbotsley is a quaint village with thatched cottages and village green. It has a traditional country pub (The Eight Bells) with a wide selection of cask ales and a great gourmet menu.