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A unique working estate owned by the National Trust, which includes a grand mansion, Home Farm with rare breed animals, gardens and parkland.
National Trust - Wimpole Estate Explore inside the Hall; Explore the park and gardens; Home Farm - discover Shire Horses, rare breed sheep, cattle and pigs at the farm with daily activities and adventure playground.
lovely walks and views, Home Farm and Wimpole Hall to visit as well and two tea rooms on the estate.
Another National Trust property and a working farm with lots of animals to see. Particularly fun at pig feeding time! About an hour's drive from Bushey.
“Ely Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in the city of Ely, Cambridgeshire, England. The cathedral has its origins in AD 672 when St Etheldreda built an abbey church. The present building dates back to 1083, and cathedral status was granted it in 1109.”
“This is a lovely little collection of independent shops: clothes, furniture, flowers, gifts and food. it's a great place to browse and find presents and there is also a lovely cafe. ”
“Zoo and wildlife conservation charity with creatures from hedgehogs to owls, meerkats and a lynx. ”
“A superb pub/restaurant. The Willow Tree is a relaxed & independent fairy tale dining & drinks venue for all seasons with charming restaurant, al fresco dining terrace, meadows, tree swings & giant tipi. The dining menu changes with the seasons to ensure ingredients are as fresh, kind & local as can be. Awarded No.2 restaurant in Cambridge by Bookatable & Michelin 2018, and recently featured in The Sunday Times as a local hot spot.”
“A picturesque thatched country pub, The Three Horseshoes, Madingley, is nestled in a quaint, romantic village just 3 miles from Cambridge city centre. Voted Cambridgeshire Dining Pub of the Year for 2018, the restaurant serves hearty, comforting dishes, fresh fish, Sunday roasts and plenty of options for vegetarians and vegans. The Three Horseshoes is part of the Cambcuisine group who own a group of restaurants in Cambridgeshire, with 5 city centre restaurants and 4 traditional country pubs, they are all great places to eat: The MillWorks and Smoke house in Cambridge are especially worth checking out.”