Cambridgeshire Cottages

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    The Studio, Horseshoe Cottage: Charming Cambridgeshire cottage, a cosy studio property in village of Fulbourn. Peaceful romantic retreat. Cambridge 5 miles. (Ref. 5631)

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    Bittern Cottage: Wonderful, spacious property perfect for nature lovers, walkers and cyclists. Set over the ground floor with rural views, just a short distance from the Sustrans cycle route and close to Wicken Fen. Pet-friendly. (Ref. 944374)

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    The Stables: Wonderful, spacious ground floor accommodation ideal for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers. Ideal for those with limited mobility and an excellent base for friends and families to explore. Ely 9 miles. (Ref. 917548)

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    Spurling Cottage: Charming bungalow which is full of character set in Cheveley. Front and rear lawned garden, summerhouse, bike storage, WiFi. Newmarket 3 miles. (Ref. 925898)

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    Fisherman's Lodge: Comfortable semi-detached cottage near Saffron Walden. Fishing on site, country setting, great views. Easy reach of Cambridge, Duxford and more. Saffron Walden 7.3 miles. (Ref. 905373)

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    Riverside Lodge: An attractive, Scandinavian-style luxury wooden lodge in a private marina, one mile from Isleham village. Comfortable, well-equipped accommodation. Next to River Lark. Newmarket 9 miles. (Ref. 1703)

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    The Chalet: An excellent detached lodge cabin located in the heart of Bedfordshire, near Cambridge. Cosy lounge with TV, Freeview, DVD Player, Xbox and Wifi. Generous garden and patio with furniture. Short drive to the town centre of Biggleswade. (Ref. 956980)

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    Shortmead Cottage: An immaculately-presented, detached Victorian farm cottage set in 20 acres of owner's land. Multi-fuel stove, double-ended bath. Bridleways and footpaths just outside the door. Biggleswade 1 mile. (Ref. 23362)

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    The Forge: Romantic retreat set in the grounds of pub/restaurant in village setting, 10 minutes from Huntingdon. One double bedroom, kitchen/dining/sitting area and shower room. Enclosed garden with outdoor seating. Dogs welcome. Huntingdon 4 miles. (Ref. 957951)

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    Hawthorn Cottage: Delightful, rural semi-detached cottage with extensive views over arable land towards Ely Cathedral, just over a mile from Littleport. Open fire, sun room, pet-friendly. Excellent for walking, cycling and birdwatching. Ely 7 miles. (Ref. 923652)

Just show me Cambridgeshire Cottages

Discover this delightful county with a stay in a Cambridgeshire cottage. There's a multitude of things to see and do - and the best place to start is Cambridge.

Steeped in history, this architecturally spectacular city is a wonderful place to spend a day. Go punting on the Cam and marvel at the magnificent university buildings like King's College Chapel along the way. Browse the many bookshops, explore the prestigious Fitzwilliam Museum, watch the world go by from a pavement café or enjoy a hazy summer stroll in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden. Norfolk Visitor Guide

Visit the American Military Cemetery for World War II and the Imperial War Museum, showcasing a fantastic collection of aircraft and other military equipment in period hangars. Discover imposing stately homes and the splendid cathedrals at Ely and Peterborough.

Sample the delights of local vineyards and traditional breweries - and if you're here on May Day, don't miss the famous Stilton Cheese Rolling competition.

The Fens create a unique landscape woven with waterways - don your boots and go for a hike at Wicken Fen and watch dramatic sunsets drift across the sweeping skies. Or visit the Welney Wetland Centre and view huge flocks of migrating birds and swans.

Ideas for family days out include Linton Zoo or Shepreth Wildlife Park, both featuring an impressive collection of exotic animals. Spend the afternoon unearthing the historic gems of Audley End House; explore the peaceful gardens of Anglesey Abbey; or go windsurfing and sailing on Grafham Water!

And when it comes to shopping, Cambridgeshire pulls out all the stops, from designer boutiques in Peterborough and Cambridge to flamboyant flower markets at St. Neots.

In fact, a Cambridgeshire cottage holiday is the ideal choice any time of year!

Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Cambridgeshire.