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If you are in search of a city with spectacular architecture, packed with history and heritage, then Cambridge is the place for you. From the glorious splendour of Kings College Chapel to punting down river on the River Cam or enjoying a picnic on the banks or in one of the many green parks or open spaces, this is a destination that is perfect for visiting with friends or loved ones. The world-renowned Fitzwilliam Museum is a great place to uncover some curious artefacts or take a virtual trip to the South or North Pole at the Scott Polar Institute. For those days when the weather is not kind, head off to Cambridge Leisure Park, where there is plenty of entertainment to entertain kids of all ages. The complex has a bowling alley, amusement arcade, cinema, and numerous eateries and around the corner, you will find the Science Centre and Clip 'n Climb. Discover this historical city at your own pace from one of our hand-picked Cambridge cottages.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Cambridge

This historic and prestigious city in Cambridgeshire is renowned for its world-class university, stunning architecture, and cultural offerings. Here are the top five things to see and do in our cottages in Cambridge:

  1. University of Cambridge: Explore the University of Cambridge, including iconic colleges like King's College and Trinity College. Visit the stunning chapels, courtyards, and libraries that have shaped generations of scholars.

  2. Punting on the River Cam: Enjoy a traditional punting experience along the River Cam, passing by the Backs of the colleges. You can choose to hire a punt and guide yourself or join a guided tour.

  3. Fitzwilliam Museum: Immerse yourself in art and culture at the Fitzwilliam Museum, which houses an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, decorative arts, and antiquities.

  4. Botanic Garden: Wander through the University of Cambridge Botanic Garden, showcasing diverse plant species, themed gardens, and tranquil pathways. It's a peaceful oasis within the city.

  5. Mathematical Bridge and Mathematical Bridge: Admire the Mathematical Bridge, a distinctive wooden bridge at Queen's College, known for its unique design. Also, explore the picturesque Bridge of Sighs at St John's College.

Bonus: Visit the Whipple Museum of the History of Science, explore the vibrant Cambridge Market Square, or take a cycling tour around the city to experience its many attractions.

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