Charms of Cambridgeshire

Thursday 10 - Monday 14 September 2020
5 Days
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£389
(Single Supplement £104)

10 - 14 September 2020

Discover Cambridgeshire, a county of lazy waterways, rolling countryside, majestic cathedrals, bustling market towns and quaint villages.

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Your Holiday Includes

  • 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
  • National Stud Newmarket
  • Imperial War Museum Duxford
  • All coach travel & excursions

Hotel Information

The 4 star Marriott Hotel, Huntingdon is a modern hotel ideally situated for exploring Cambridgeshire. Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool and gym. All rooms are en suite, comfortably furnished with television, telephone, hairdryer, iron/board and tea/coffee facilities. The hotel has Wi-Fi and there is a lift.

Discover Cambridgeshire, a county of lazy waterways, rolling countryside, majestic cathedrals, bustling market towns and quaint villages.

NATIONAL STUD, NEWMARKET is a fantastic opportunity to see behind the scenes of a working thoroughbred stud farm, the only one open to the public in the UK. Tours explore the beautiful 500 acre site and focus on introducing visitors to the history and purpose of The National Stud.

Historic and compact, ELY is a gem of a city nestled in the Fen countryside and set on the attractive Great River Ouse. The magnificent Cathedral, known locally as ‘Ship of the Fens’, is one of England’s largest and most beautiful, also unique with an octagonal tower. Ely’s most famous resident was Oliver Cromwell.

CAMBRIDGE, the famous university city is a joy to explore as you meander through cobbled streets and quaint alleyways. Be inspired by the many fascinating museums and art galleries, admire the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings. The River Cam runs through the heart of Cambridge and you may wish to take a traditional Cambridge Punt from where you can enjoy fantastic views of the world-famous Cambridge College ‘Backs’!

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD is a former RAF fighter station used during both World Wars and now tells the story of the impact of aviation on the nature of war and people’s lives. There are seven impressive hangars filled with extraordinary collections of over 200 aircraft, tanks, military vehicles and maritime craft.

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