Despite it being less than 5 miles from the city of Cambridge with all its hustle and bustle, the village of Knapwell, nestling in beautiful farmland and containing a wealth of medieval cottages, is a picture of rural tranquility. Although it is one of East Anglia’s smallest villages, Knapwell boasts the beautiful All Saints Church, which dates back to the 14th century.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds owns and maintains the many public footpaths which traverse the village’s neighbouring fields.
Excellent country pubs and restaurants abound in nearby villages—Elsworth, Boxworth, Conington and Bourn are minutes away by car.
Access to this “oasis” is easy via the A14 and A428. A regular, convenient and efficient bus service into Cambridge is only a five-minute walk away, and a park and ride bus service at Madingley is a mere five-minute drive away.
Now a privately owned, wholly renovated, former working farmhouse, Knapwell Wood Farm offers luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation. The house is set in two acres of private gardens flanked on one side by Knapwell Wood and looking onto open farmland.
We aim to combine up-to-the-minute facilities in luxurious surroundings with the warm welcome, individuality and personal attention of a family-run guesthouse.
2 Double rooms & 1 Twin-bedded room - all en-suite
Colour remote-control TV
Tea & coffee-making facilities
Direct dial telephone
Rates : From £60 to £65 per person per night single occupancy. £70 to £75 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children are welcome.
No smoking. Sorry, no pets.
5 Star Visit England.