Places to Visit in Cambridgeshire

Exotic momentous houses small and big, impressive gardens, working mills or simply discover the beautiful waterways of Cambridgeshire either by boat, by bike or by foot.

Docwra’s Manor Garden: it is located inside the farmyard walls. The parts said to belong to Middle Ages. When you visit Docwra’s Manor Garden, you can discover plants between the partitioning hedges of lilax, cordon apples, beech, and yew. The early spring visitors can enjoy hellebores, cyclamen, and snowdrops followed by lily flower and daffodils drops. There are numerous sites apart from these. You can explore plants Mediterranean background, thistles, eryngium, rose, rock and cistus along the herbaceous perennials. The autumns contribute more nerine, colchicum, and cyclamen. The species found in various parts of the world are favoured to those raised by the art of hybridizer. Clematis and rose are seen out from the trees tops, and the bulbs are seen through gravel and between cobbles.

Anglesey Abbey Gardens: It provides an abundance of colour and interest throughout the year. The winter garden remains bright even on the coldest winter days. The trees and shrubs specially offer amazing scent, beautiful textures, and vivid colours. Ensure not to miss the Himalayan Silver Birch Grove. Their bright white Sterns look amazing on all seasons. During the months of January and February, you can watch carpets of snowdrops and winter aconites. The summer offers the beautiful sweeping herbaceous boundary filled with colour, dazzling dahlias, Rose Garden scents, and lovely natural wildlife meadows that are spread about 30 acres. It is marvellous to look at the lawn area of the pilgrims and the conclusion garden area created by Lord Fairhaven.

Houghton Meadows walk: The walking will start from the Houghton Mill across the water meadows which you can discover the market town’s past glories. When you are walking through the beautiful Ouse valley landscape, you can explore the St Ives history. It is the best to walk in this area. It is a dog-friendly pathway. It may take about two hours to reach the Hemingfords village. There are baby changing facilities available on the lane. The Riverside NT tea area serves scones and snacks.

Peckover Garden and House: Peckover is a beautiful Georgian townhouse filled with surprise that is refined and elegant. It is also relaxed and intimate. The garden located at the Peckover House has excellent Victorian character. It is known as a popular town gardens present in this period. The puck over House has a beautiful drawing room. It is said that the Peckover family have spent several mornings at this place.

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