Rectory Farm

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Madingley Road
CB23 7PG

Rectory Farm, Cambridge

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Rectory farm conveniently placed 1 mile from Cambridge city centre is surrounded by 50 acres of private fields and woods. A few minutes by car or a 20-minute walk will take you to the magnificent Kings College punting on the river and the delightful 'backs'.The house is set in a beautiful mature two-acre garden which leads to fields where horses and sheep graze. We endeavour to provide a friendly high-quality bed and breakfast and our guests have the use of a tennis court (all year) and heated outdoor pool (summer).

A mere five-minute walk is the Madingley Park and Ride which has buses every 10 minutes to Cambridge city centre.

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