Cambridgeshire – Huntingdon
Huntingdon is a historic, vibrant and bustling market town on the river Great Ouse. It is the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell, born here in 1599. There are many beautiful old buildings in the town, including the Cromwell’s Museum, and the Falcon Inn, once the headquarters for Cromwell during the civil war.
Single supplement £112pp.
Huntingdon Marriott Hotel
The excellent 4-star Huntingdon Marriott Hotel is ideally located on the outskirts of Huntingdon to explore the untapped beauty of the East Midlands, as we are doing on this holiday. The hotel has a terrace and garden, and as you would expect, the high quality guest rooms are fully ensuite and are very comfortable, all featuring large flat screen TVs and high speed Wi-Fi. Hotel facilities include heated indoor pool, steam room, sauna and 24 hour health club. The Market Dining restaurant is known for superb cuisine and after dinner, time to relax in the well stocked bar.
|4 Nights - Magic of the Midlands
|As we head towards our hotel in Huntingdon, we stop for a couple of hours in the famous, historic, university city of Cambridge, arriving at our hotel mid-afternoon.
|A full day excursion, firstly visiting the pretty town of Oakham, before visiting the beautiful Barnsdale Gardens. After time here we visit Rutland Water for a 45 min cruise on the lake.
|We spend the morning in the bustling town of Huntingdon before making the short journey to the majestic Burghley House and gardens, a great way to spend an afternoon.
|A morning spent in the picturesque town of St. Ives.
|Before we make our way home, we visit Grafham Water, England&amp;amp;#039;s 3rd largest reservoir and a site of scientific importance. We arrive home early afternoon.
Price is per person on half board basis unless stated. Weekend breaks include Sunday lunch.
No single supplement on allocated singles.