An unusual 350-year-old Grafham cottage, once owned by Oliver Cromwell's family, now divided into two holiday cottages and set within a 6-acre site, owned and managed by The Caravan Club, close to wonderful Grafham Water in Cambridgeshire.
This Grafham cottage enjoys all the facilities that The Caravan Club site offers including a children's play area.
This semi-detached, spacious Grafham cottage offers cosy accommodation and modern amenities, with a first floor open plan living area with well equipped kitchen, sitting area, dining area, vaulted ceiling and French doors leading to a balcony.
On the ground floor are three bedrooms, a bathroom, utility room, and good-sized enclosed, private garden.
Just a short walk from this Grafham cottage is Grafham Water, a stunning reservoir offering a wide choice of activities to enjoy, including walking, cycling, watersports, a cafe and picnic areas, or perfect for just relaxing by the water's edge.
A lovely Grafham cottage for an active or relaxing break.
Three ground floor bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x adult bunks. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Utility. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Huntingdon 9.4 miles; Cambridge 27 miles.
The rural Cambridgeshire village of Grafham is best known for its spectacular Grafham Waters, a beautiful designated Site of Special Scientific Interest which cover 1500 acres, offering something for all the family. Energetic visitors can enjoy Grafham Water's 16kms of footpaths and cycleways around the waterline. For those who enjoy watersports, the sailing club offers everything from windsurfers to catamarans for daily hire. The site is also a haven for wild life, with insects, birds, mammals and amphibians. And for those who enjoy fishing, Grafham Waters is the king of the trout reservoirs. The site also offers picnic areas, restaurants, café, and specialist sports hire and sales shops. Within easy travelling distance you will find Huntingdon, St Neots, and historic Cambridge, all offering many attractions to visit, as well as The Raptor Foundation, Hamerton Zoo Park, Santa Pod Raceway, Duxford Imperial War Museum and Cromwell's House.