June is the perfect time to explore the waterways of the Cambridgeshire Fens!
We have asked our staff for their top 3 picks for a short break.
Tracey our finance director would head off to Ferry Meadows Country Park on the river Nene with it’s visitor moorings in Overton lake. It’s perfect for families you may wish to walk, cycle, play in the children’s playground, ride a train or visit the on site café and visitors centre.
Emily our general manager likes to head to Ely on the river Great Ouse with its riverside mooring and dining scene, she says it is also worth taking time to visit the cathedral which has it origins in AD672. The present building dates back to 1083 with its most famous feature being the stunning octagonal tower and lantern.
Paula our managing director likes the peace and tranquillity of exploring the Middle Level Navigations and mooring in open countryside to relax, unwind and read a book and to watch for wildlife such as the kingfishers of the old river Nene and goes on to say that if you are extremely lucky you may spot an otter playing before dusk. She also recommends an evening meal at the Golden Lion, Stonea. Although its a scramble up the river bank to reach and you do have to watch the road the portion sizes are worth it. Just make sure you are hungry.
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