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A beautifully converted granary overlooking a Japanese-style garden, just a short walk from the National Trust’s oldest nature reserve at Wicken Feṇ. If you are looking for an unusual place to stay, this unique and quirky barn conversion of The Barn at Butts Farm could be for you. This former granary has been converted into a beautiful, stylish cottage with many original features. The spacious beamed living room has windows on three sides, allowing the light to flood in. With its vaulted beamed ceiling, oak floor, and log-burning stove in a large stone fireplace, it is a warm and welcoming room. Equipped with a large, comfortable sofa and chairs, it’s a delightful place for friends and family to relax at the end of the day. The fully fitted kitchen has oak work tops, Belfast sink and plate rack. The twin bedroom is in the attic and has exposed brickwork and sloping ceilings. The quirky layout of the barn means you access the double bedroom and en-suite shower room via an external entrance, enhancing the charm of this unique cottage. The delightful, tranquil bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, oak floor, New England colonial bed and Japanese hot tub. The room also has French doors overlooking a small patio garden equipped with rattan table and chairs. The village of Wicken is a charming base for your holiday with a village pond and green just opposite the barn conversion, as well as the nearby Maids Head pub and Wicken Fen Nature Reserve where you may spot rare species along the board-walks. Cycle hire is also available at Wicken Fen, so you can tour the scenic routes of Sustrans Route 11 all the way through to King’s Lynn. The village is honeycombed with ancient waterways and the River Cam runs through the area. Visit Ely Cathedral a little further afield; the city is also home to The Stained-Glass Museum, Oliver Cromwell's House and a Saturday market. Newmarket is also nearby, a quaint market town hosting the National Horse Racing Museum. Or why not explore the picture-perfect streets of Cambridge where you'll find plenty of museums, independent cafés and Cambridge University Botanic Garden.

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Dogs Stay FREE
Dogs Stay FREE
Car Parking
Car Parking
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Garden Or Patio
Garden Or Patio
Pub Within 1 Mile
Pub Within 1 Mile
Rural
Rural
Satellite Television
Satellite Television
WiFi
WiFi

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Wicken is a charming rural village resting between Ely and Cambridge. The village enjoys a picturesque location, with the River Cam running through the surrounding area, whilst Wicken itself offers guests the marvellous Lapwing Cafe, views of the Wicken Corn Windmill and access to the wonderful Wicken Fen Nature Reserve. Those after a hearty meal with crisp ale can pay The Maids Head a visit, before embarking on a hike along one of the several nearby trails.

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