An extraordinary place with an open beauty far removed from
the hustle and bustle of modern life, the Fens are like a
breath of fresh air. There’s nowhere quite like Fenland
with it’s unique landscape, history and culture. We
are situated on the edge of a small village 3 miles from
the fine town of Wisbech.
Wisbech, the capital of the Fens has many fine buildings.
The North and South Brinks, the Crescent and Museum Square
are amongst the finest examples of Georgian Street architecture
in the country.
Wisbech and the Fens have a great deal to offer visitors
in addition to the outstanding architecture the area is rich
in historical connections stretching back to the Roman times
through such well known figures as Oliver Cromwell, Hereward
the Wake and King John, who lost his baggage train along
with a Kings fortune near Wisbech in 1216.
Visitor attractions include Peckover House and Gardens
( NT ), Octavia Hill Museum, Elgoods Brewery, Gardens and
Maze, and the Angles Theatre one of the oldest surviving
Georgian Theatres in the country.
Also within easy reach is historic Ely, Cambridge, Newmarket,
Peterborough, Kings Lynn, Stamford, the Norfolk coast with
it’s Seaside resorts of Hunstanton, Wells and Cromer.
Stately Homes include Houghton Hall, Holkham Hall, Oxborough
Hall, Burghley House and Sandringham House with it’s
fine gardens and parklands.
Leisure activities include excellent fishing either in
drains, rivers or lakes.
Golfing, cycling, Micro Light and Parachute centre. Bird
watching at Welney or at the R. S. P. B. Centre at the Ouse
The village boasts public houses serving excellent food and
ale, Post Office with General stores, Off Licence and Fish
and Chip Shop.
Wisbech has many fine eating houses to satisfy all tastes.