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43-47 Ditton Ln, Cambridge CB5 8SR, UK – 01223 293204
Always get a warm welcome and is great for picking up those last minute forgotten items
Very friendly staff member at counter, would go out of their way to make you happy!!
Finders Place, Newmarket Rd, Cambridge CB25 9AQ, UK – 01223 812660
Well this has to be the wackiest pub I ever been too. Hippie/folk people reborn springs to mind. Great atmosphere very friendly staff serving and we'll worth a visit even if it's in the middle of know where. Food great and I was told it's not for profit with any going to charity causes.
Went for a wedding great venue. Really relaxed atmosphere and fantastic food.
Quy Rd, Lode, Cambridge CB25 9EJ, UK – 01223 810080
This review is for the whole National Trust site and the house. This is a very well managed house, mill and extensive gardens which go out into rough areas, grass and woodland. It's great for a hot day because you can always tuck away out of the sun, if you want to. The house is surprisingly modern inside and was the residence of a single man, from memory, as it's a while since I've been round. Worth having a look, especially if you're already a member. The Mill is really interesting and the displays well done. The Visitor Centre is very modern with a large cafe / restaurant which does everything from coffee & a cake via afternoon tea to full meals. Inevitably, there's a large shop and a garden centre but all facilities are there and modern, with disabled access well catered for. All in all an excellent NT property which is justifiably popular and well known within an hour or SO's travelling distance, by car. Well worth a visit.
Extremely pleasant visit. The Winter/Riverside walk is very calming and beautiful. A short stop at the Mill where the volunteers were extremely knowledgeable and told many interesting stories about the Mill operation its evolution over time. The abbey itself was very interesting with many well preserved artifacts of the period all supported by very personable volunteers who were happy to tell stories about the Lord Fairhaven and the history of the abbey. A very nice way to spend 4 or 5 hours.