Attractions near Fenview Lodge 4* Silver Rated

This is a list of the attractions near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this bed and breakfast.
Ely Museum (10 Miles)*
Ely Museum, in the Old Bishop's Gaol, is a bright and friendly local history museum. Displays include original prison cells.
Ely Cathedral (10 Miles)*
The Cathedral was completed in 1189 and now stands as a remarkable example of Romanesque architecture
Raptor Foundation (10 Miles)*
The Raptor Foundation is a bird of prey sanctuary and hospital. It is a unique and exciting place for children and adults alike to meet and learn about owls, falcons, hawks and buzzards.
Peckover House and Garden (12 Miles)*
Set in the attractive market town of Wisbech, Peckover House is a lovely Georgian brick town house with a charming two acre Victorian walled garden.
Peterborough Cathedral (14 Miles)*
Peterborough Cathedral is a superb example of Romanesque architecture. The West front built in the early 13th century is unique in Christendom.
Houghton Mill (14 Miles)*
An impressive 17th century water mill in working order on the River Ouse in the village of Houghton.
Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery (14 Miles)*
Peterborough Museum houses a collection of some 227,000 objects covering the history of the Peterborough area, including archaeology, social history, art, geology, natural history, costume and militaria.
Hemingford Grey Manor (14 Miles)*
Most of the Norman house remains virtually intact in spite of various changes over nine centuries. The house and garden are the setting for the Green Knowe books, written by Lucy Boston.
Farmland Museum & Denny Abbey (14 Miles)*
Discover farming through the ages and learn about the rural history of Cambridgeshire. Visit the English Heritage Grade 1 Abbey, still featuring superb Norman interiors.
Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve (15 Miles)*
Experience a unique fragment of the wilderness which once covered much of East Anglia, Wicken Fen is the oldest nature reserve in the country, celebrating its centenary in 1999.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Fenview Lodge 4* Silver Rated

This is a list of the towns near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this bed and breakfast.
March (4 Miles)*
March, once an island surrounded by marshes is now a pleasant market town ideal for spending a relaxing day. St. Wendreda's Church to the south of the town is renowned for its spectacular double hammer-beam roof.
Whittlesey (9 Miles)*
On the western edge of the Fens, Whittlesey has a character of its own. The town centre is an interesting maze of streets, with a variety of well preserved architecture spanning several centuries.
Ely (10 Miles)*
Lying 15 miles north of Cambridge, Ely is today a small city of ancient narrow streets, some interesting old buildings, a busy shopping area and an attractive park which rolls down to the river, but Ely's crowning glory is the magnificent Cathedral.
Ely (10 Miles)*
Lying 15 miles north of Cambridge, Ely is today a small city of ancient narrow streets, some interesting old buildings, a busy shopping area and an attractive park which rolls down to the river, but Ely's crowning glory is the magnificent Cathedral.
Stretham (11 Miles)*
Wilburton (11 Miles)*
Old Hurst (11 Miles)*
Wisbech (12 Miles)*
Wisbech is prosperous Georgian town. The North Brink, Crescent and Museum Square are amongst the finest examples of Georgian Street architecture in the country.
Eye (13 Miles)*
Stanground (13 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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