This beautifully refurbished cottage is nestled in the small, attractive village of Stretham, near city of Ely.
Accessed via the main road, this modern-style property sits on a corner plot, at the junction between High Street and Walnut Tree Close.
This is the ideal position for heading into the village for a drink and bite to eat, or exploring the wider region of Cambridgeshire.
Hang your coats and kick off your boots in the porchway, before heading into the living room.
This cosy interior welcomes families and friends to enjoy a relaxing break together.
Slump into the sofa and curl up with your loved ones for an evening in front of the TV.
The dining area is a handy addition to the room, bringing you together for delicious family feast after exploring the local sights.
The kitchen is at the rear of the cottage, styling sleek worktops and plenty of storage space.
There is even a mobile breakfast bar set in the window, where you can sip your morning cup of tea with the newspaper.
Lastly, the bedrooms rest on the first floor, served by a luxurious bathroom suite with an electric shower over the bathtub.
The garden is a lovely little suntrap for afternoon basking with your favourite book.
It has a Victorian walled feel about it and is fully enclosed, making it safe for children and pets.
Plus, there is access to the parking space through a side gate.
Stretham is a small village, yet has convenient facilities to hand, such as the Stretham Stores, village pub and church.
This is an excellent location for visiting the beautiful cities of Ely and Cambridge.
Attractions include; Wicken Fen, Ely stain glass museum, Ely Cathedral and Oliver Cromwell's house.
The River Great Ouse is also a lovely place for warm, summertime stroll.
This is a delightful base to choose for your next family getaway.
About the location
Cambridge 14 miles; Peterborough 30.9 miles
This village and civil parish is some 4 miles south-west of Ely in Cambridgeshire. It boasts a few local amenities, including the Red Lion pub, a former coaching inn, now serving traditional pub food and a friendly atmosphere. The Stretham Old Engine is the main attraction in the village, a steam-powered engine used to pump water from the flood-affected Fenlands to the River Great Ouse. There are other notable buildings in the area, including Stretham Windmill, a Grade II listed building, now a private home, dating back to the 19th century. The cathedral city of Ely, with its unique Octagonal tower, is home to the only Stained Glass museum in England. For the historians of the group, you can visit Oliver Cromwell’s house or Ely Museum, housed in the city’s old gaol and even explore some of the antique shops along the main streets. The River Great Ouse offers relaxing boat trips, riverside strolls and opportunities for picnics. However, there are many local eateries to choose for a light bite, afternoon teas or a tasty dinner. Wicken Fen is a wonderful spot for wildlife watching and the Welney Wetlands Centre provides plenty of family-friendly activities to enjoy. The university city of Cambridge rests on the River Cam and offers many fascinating attractions, such as the Bridge of Sighs, the Church of St Mary the Great and the Cambridge University Botanic Gardens. A lovely base to choose for a restful holiday in Cambridgeshire.
Note: This property only accepts children 10 years of age and over.