- Stilton, England
The Bell Inn is a traditional, dog-friendly hotel located in the center of the delightful market town of Stilton. Famous for its Stilton cheese, the hotel is steeped in history and dates back to 1500, although its origins could be even earlier as there is a record of a local innkeeper in 1437.£64Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- St Ives Cambridgeshire, England
A classic coaching inn, the dog-friendly Golden Lion Hotel is traditional, comfortable, and welcoming and has recently been refurbished offering modern-day comforts in a delightful 18c building.£60Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Sandy, England
Dog-friendly The Tack Room in Cambridgeshire is one of four luxury dog-friendly cottages converted from a former 19th-century barn.£110Price per night from
- Sandy, England
One of four luxury cottages, dog-friendly The Hayloft in Cambridgeshire is converted from a former 19th-century barn.£431Price per night from
- Stretham, EnglandChittering Farm sits in the privacy of the owners’ arable farm accessed by a private road and is conveniently situated between Cambridge and Ely. The house was rebuilt from an old barn and affords every comfort for an enjoyable and relaxing stay. Situated on a busy working farm the property is an excellent choice for large family get togethers or friendly reunions that require spacious accommodation. It is the ideal base to explore Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk. There are cycle routes to Cambridge and Ely easily accessed from the farm. Some guests may prefer to relax in the private (unfenced) 1-acre garden with its 4-acre paddocks and enjoy the facilities on-site or nearby.
Aqua park and wakeboarding on-site, a short walk from the property. There is also a tennis net and a large football goal in the garden. A games room with table tennis, pool table and dart board. Ely Leisure village 5½ miles has swimming pools, multi-screen cinema, health club, eateries and a driving range with 9 hole golf course and fishing is available locally. A stay here will also provide the opportunity to enjoy the rural location of the farm, with farm and river walks, bird watching and cycling. Located on the edge of the farm is Stretham Old Engine. Erected in 1831, it is a well-preserved example of a steam engine used to drain the farm in the early 20th century.
The city of Cambridge is 10 miles away, famous for its colleges, museums, tours and botanical gardens, where visitors can also try their hand at punting on the River Cam or enjoy a wealth of shops, cafés and restaurants. The city of Ely with markets and local shopping is 6 miles away in the other direction, steeped in history with its impressive medieval cathedral and long river frontage where you can enjoy a boat trip or riverside walk. If you fancy a trip to the beach the North Norfolk coast is less than 50 miles away, the Royal Sandringham Estate less than 40 miles, and Thetford Forest, famous for its walk and cycle routes only 35 miles away. National Trust properties can be found at nearby Wicken Fen, 5 miles, and Anglesey Abbey and gardens 13 miles. Newmarket is also 13 miles with music nights and race days, and the Imperial War Museum at Duxford 24 miles, so there is plenty of scope if you feel like exploring the area during your stay.£234Price per night from
- Sandy, England
One of four luxury cottages converted from a former 19th-century barn, dog-friendly The Old Dairy in Cambridgeshire is the ideal getaway for you and your canine companion.£150Price per night from
- Sandy, England
One of four luxury dog-friendly cottages, dog-friendly The Stables in Cambridgeshire is a conversion from a former 19th-century barn.£150Price per night from
- Cambridge, EnglandMillers Rest is situated in a unique location overlooking Cattell’s Mill, a windmill built in 1828 and adjacent to the owners’ home. Located in the village of Willingham, Cambridgeshire, this comfortable one bedroom cottage is in an ideal location for couples wanting to explore the local area. The historic university city of Cambridge is only 9 miles away where you can enjoy a punt along the River Cam, take in the magnificent architecture of the university buildings, visit museums or spend the day shopping in the many department stores, high street shops and individual boutiques. The city of Ely is 15 miles away, famous for its stunning cathedral and the location where Oliver Cromwell resided for 10 years. The Imperial War Museum at Duxford is well worth a day out with its historical accounts of the 1st and 2nd World Wars. Make the most of the beautiful countryside by walking and cycling through it or visit Fen Drayton Lakes which is a haven for birdlife around the lakes and traditional riverside meadows, next to the River Great Ouse. Approximately 1 mile to the Cambridge Guided Busway and cycleway. Shop ½ mile, pub and restaurant 400 yards.£61Price per night from
- Cambridge, EnglandIn a great location for exploring the area and with a lovely garden with a south-facing patio to relax in, Breeds Farm Cottage has been decorated and furnished with care, to offer a period retreat with all the modern conveniences needed for a great holiday. Nestled in the heart of the pretty Cambridgeshire village of Wicken, there is so much to do in the area; ensuring guests of all ages will be entertained for days. It is a short walk to Wicken Fen, the National Trust’s oldest nature reserve with wildlife, walks, cycle hire and trails, waterways, a National Trust shop and café. There is also a popular pub within walking distance with a large garden/marquee dining.
Close by lies the charming city of Ely, with its magnificent cathedral rising so majestically that it has long been known as ‘The Ship of the Fens’. Here you will find shops, great places to eat and historical attractions, including Oliver Cromwell’s house. Ely also provides a direct rail link to London and you can be in the heart of the city in just over an hour.
For family fun, Cambridge Aquapark is a 10-minute drive from Wicken. Although only a short drive away, you can take the train to the university city of Cambridge with great shopping and museums, including the famous Fitzwilliam Museum, walking tours and punting on the River Cam. Newmarket, home of horse racing, is only 9 miles by car, offering the National Horseracing Museum, National Stud or a day at the races.
The Imperial War Museum, Duxford, hosts to an impressive collection of airplanes and aviation memorabilia, considered the finest of its kind in the UK, is less than 40 minutes. For some sea air, you can be at the coast in just over an hour. Guests will find out why this part of Cambridgeshire remains so popular with visitors. After a day of sightseeing, head back to beautiful Breeds Farm Cottage and relax in the garden or sunroom whilst planning your adventures for the next day. Butcher/farm shop in the village, supermarkets and restaurants within 3 miles.£75Price per night from
- Ely, EnglandAccessed by a bridleway, this remote, attractive workers cottage, dating back to 1710, is nestled between the bank of the tidal New Bedford River, open farmland and Oxlode Lakes fishing pits. The river marks the eastern edge of the RSPB Ouse Washes, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a bird watchers paradise, noted for an array of rare wildfowl and birds, and the spectacular Whooper and Bewick’s swan migration between November and February each year, that sees upto 100,000 birds arrive in the area. There is also an abundance of wildlife to see almost daily from the cottage garden, including muntjac deer, hares, badgers, green parrots, barn owls and marsh harriers. With the ever changing landscape, this property is a great place to stay all year round, and is decorated with a Christmas theme during the festive season. Fen Cottage boasts stunning far reaching views of nearby Ely cathedral, and as well as overlooking the RSPB reserve, is only 6 miles from the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust’s, Welney Reserve. Its location on a bridleway offers superb dog walking and cycle routes. The cathedral city of Ely, university city of Cambridge, historic market town of Downham Market, and the market town of Newmarket, with its famous racecourse and connections to horse racing, are all within easy reach. With the Norfolk coast only an hour away too, you will never be stuck for something to do. Day/weekly tickets for fishing at the lakes next to the property are charged at around £6 per rod. The local village of Little Downham, 3 miles away, offers a shop, two pubs one of which is acclaimed for its Thai food, and a fish and chip shop. A great rural retreat. Shop, pub and restaurant 3 miles.£62Price per night from