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Carnoustie is a contemporary holiday lodge on the relaxing Tydd More info

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Augusta is a lovely self catering holiday lodge near Wisbech More info

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Woodman’s Lodge is set in a countryside location near Ely More info

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The Old Nene Golf & Country Club has a selection More info

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Lode Hall Lodges is near Downham Market in Cambridgeshire and More info

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Find Out More About the Self Catering Log Cabins in Cambridgeshire

Holiday Lodges in Cambridgeshire

The area of Cambridgeshire really has a lot to offer when it comes to holidays. There are plenty of open spaces and pristine nature, coupled with the urban feel of Cambridge – the centre of the area.

When it comes to exploring the area, an option more and more people to decide to opt for are great log cabin holidays in Cambridgeshire. Log cabins and lodges in Cambridgeshire allow you to be situated in nature and have a dose of privacy, but most are also located near most of the relevant sites in the area, and are just a short drive away from the town of Cambridge. There are lots of the holiday lodges in Cambridgeshire are equipped with a private hot tub, so they are perfect for hot tub breaks in Cambridgeshire. Many also offer amazing holiday deals, so there is no need to break the bank.

When it comes to family holidays, cheap lodges in Cambridgeshire are perhaps the best way to go. For a family with children, log cabins have plenty to offer for both adults and kids. While adults relax in a lounge bar or have a lovely dinner in a restaurant in the park, kids can go all out and enjoy themselves in one of the adventure play areas. Most holiday parks offer this and more – spas, heated pools, games rooms, etc.

Why Holidays in Cambridgeshire Are So Popular

Holiday Parks in Cambridgeshire

If you want more individuality, opting for log cabin holidays in Cambridgeshire is also a good idea. Lodges give you a more homely feel, and will definitely be a delight for the kids! There are plenty of low-budget options in this category, so going on cheap family holidays no longer needs to be tied only to gritty hostels.

If you want to dive deeper into the culture and way of life here, self catering holidays in Cambridgeshire are perhaps the best option. These cheap holidays let you experience the original local life in the area, and give you the opportunity to live in a home away from home. Get to know your neighbours and go shopping at the local market. Talk with people and get your mindset into how people in Cambridgeshire really live.
All of these options offer a lot, but as we stated before, they don’t have to be that expensive as it might seem. There are plenty of deals and discounts to be found throughout the year, and if you book early, you will definitely be able to book an affordable holiday!

Attractions and Places to Visit in Cambridgeshire

Ely CathedralEly Cathedral is a wonderful and historic place to come and visit. Always offering a warm and friendly welcome to visitors at the site where the cathedral has stood for 1400 years.View Website
Nene Park PeterboroughNene Park in Peterborough has a range of options for enjoying a day out. Lots of recreation and wildlife make this a perfect family friendly destination on your holiday.View Website
Wicken FenWicken Fen is the National Trust's oldest nature reserve and is home to more than 8000 species of wildlife. Birds, dragonflies and much more to see from the raised boardwalks within the grasslands. Look out for water voles and hen harriers.View Website
Hamerton Zoo ParkHome to some fantastic wild animals including tigers and leopards. Covering over 20 acres of parkland and hundreds of animals, coffee shop, kids play area and a great place for the kids and family to have a fun day out.View Website
Cambridge University Botanical GardenOver 40 acres of beautiful gardens and greenhouses have a massive range of stunning flowers, trees and plants. Fantastic place to visit all seasons of the year and first dates back to 1846. A must visit attraction on a day out in Cambridge.View Website