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Westoe Farm Pictures
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Tranquil views (and a welcome cup of tea) greet you on arrival at this warm and comfortable flint and brick farmhouse.
You will feel relaxed right away in this recently renovated family home where a separate wing on the ground floor, once the original cattle barn, provides beautifully furnished guest accommodation known as the Barn Room. Upstairs is Sophie's Room. Guests can also relax in the Drawing Room with the papers surrounded by the family's varied collection of African wildlife artefacts and paintings.
Albertine and Dreaming Spires climbing roses scramble over the walls, creating a fragrant veil over the house and adjoining barn. Beyond the tennis court and swimming pool, the open garden blends seamlessly into surrounding farmland and woods, perfect for an evening stroll.
Guests are offered an evening meal of 2 courses by prior arrangement using as much local produce from the farm or local producers as possible. Fresh game in the winter is a speciality from their own shoot, please ask in advance if you would like to order any for your evening meal.
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University of Cambridge
Founded in 1209, nearly a century after Oxford University was established, the university was formally incorporated in 1571 and was patterned after those of Oxford and Paris with a traditional course of study based on Latin grammar, rhetoric and logic, arithmetic, geometry, music and astronomy. The university grew out of an association of scholars in the city of Cambridge that was formed, early records suggest, in 1209 by scholars leaving Oxford after a dispute with townsfolk. The two "ancient universities" have many common features and are often jointly referred to as Oxbridge. In addition to cultural and practical associations as a historic part of British society, the two universities have a long history of rivalry with each other.
Guided river tours of the College Backs by chauffeured punt. Punting & Walking Ghost Tours every Saturday evening, with additional tours at Halloween and Christmas. Self-hire punts available for the College Backs and self-hire Canadian canoes, kayaks, punts and rowboats available for the direction of Grantchester. Craft are available from two punt stations: Mill Lane (College Backs & Grantchester hire) and Magdalene Bridge (College Backs hire only).
The Samuel Pepys Library
The Pepys Building houses the famous diaries that Samuel Pepys bequeathed, along with his unique library to College in 1703. Located in Second Court, this is the principal ornament of the College and of considerable architectural interest. The exact history of the building is unknown, and it remains full of puzzles...
Cambridge Leisure Park
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Peterborough Cathedral is one of the finest Norman buildings surviving in Europe today and was even voted as a top 10 UK Landmark in a 2007 Fujifilm users poll. It is properly the Cathedral Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Andrew – also known as Saint Peter's Cathedral – the seat of the Bishop of Peterborough, is dedicated to Saint Peter, Saint Paul and Saint Andrew whose statues look down from the three high gables of the famous West Front. Founded in the Saxon period, the architecture is mainly Norman following a rebuilding in the 12th century. With Durham and Ely Cathedrals, it is one of the most important 12th century buildings in England to have remained largely intact, despite extensions and restoration. Peterborough Cathedral is known for its imposing Early English Gothic West Front which, with its three enormous arches, is without architectural precedent and with no direct successor.
Imperial War Museum Duxford
The Imperial War Museum is unique in its coverage of conflicts, especially those involving Britain and the Commonwealth, from the First World War to the present day. It seeks to provide for, and to encourage, the study and understanding of the history of modern war and ‘war-time experience’. It is proud to be regarded as one of the essential sights of London. The Museum spans a huge range of activities not only at its main London location but also at its four further branches: the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in Whitehall, the historic ship HMS Belfast, moored in the Pool of London, Imperial War Museum Duxford near Cambridge, and Imperial War Museum North in Trafford. The information on this website tells you about the permanent displays, the archives, special exhibitions, forthcoming events, education programmes, corporate hospitality and shopping facilities.
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Cambridge University's Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology offers a feast of images and ideas. Come and see world-class collections of Oceanic, Asian, African and native American art - canoes, sculptures, masks, and textiles - and major archaeological discoveries, ranging from the earliest stone tools, discovered by Louis Leakey in Olduvai Gorge, to British finds from Roman and medieval periods. Recent exhibitions include Arctic Passages, an exploration of the Wordie Arctic Expeditions of 1934 and 1937, and The Expiation of Guilt, by provocative Australian artist Gordon Bennett.
University Museum of Zoology
The Museum of Zoology is home to a huge variety of recent and fossil animals. Our collections rival those of the major university museums world-wide, and are used for academic study by researchers within and beyond the University.
Landscaped open areas and gardens weaving behind many colleges on the River Cam, which are known for their daffodils and crocuses in the spring, and stunning views of the colleges across the river at any time of year.
The impressive mansion, at the heart of this estate, is evidence of Rudyard Kipling's daughter, Elsie Bambridge's success in creating a home. Intimate rooms contrast with beautiful and unexpected Georgian interiors, including Soane's breathtaking Yellow Drawing Room and wonderful plunge bath. The fascinating basement corridor offers a glimpse into life below stairs. Stroll around the colourful parterre garden and wander through the Pleasure Grounds to the walled garden, abundant with fruit, vegetables and herbaceous borders. Stride out across the landscape park, among the rare-breed cattle, and imagine the previous owners planning their visions of grand avenues and spectacular vistas.
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