Holiday cottages near Ely sleeping 16 with a cinema room for family gatherings, hen weekends, wedding celebrations and business events
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Gravel Farm Cottages, Ely, Cambridgeshire, sleeps 4 - 16 in 8 bedrooms.
Willow Cottage - sleeps 8 (+ double sofa bed in cinema room to make 10)
Oak Cottage - sleeps 4
Chestnut Cottage - sleeps 2
Elm Cottage - sleeps 2
These riverside holiday houses near Ely in Cambridgeshire, sleeping up to 18 guests over four cottages, are a great choice for friends and family weekend breaks, hen parties, holidays or indeed a unique wedding or corporate venue on an eco-friendly farm. All accommodation is ground floor making it popular with multi-generational families and those with mobility issues.
Willow Cottage's indoor dining tables are large enough to seat all 18 guests for you to enjoy a meal prepared by yourself or outside caterers for a special occasion. After dinner, the youngsters might opt to spend time in Willow's cinema room or games room where there is a games console & large TV for films.
All cottages have their own private gardens. Willow has outside seating and dining area large enough for everyone to congregate for a barbecue or patio drinks. A hot tub can be hired in for stays of 2 days or more. All four cottages are powered via ground or air heat source pumps and solar panels for underfloor heating, creating warm, sociable and cosy contemporary open plan living areas.
Bedrooms offer superkings, kings, doubles or twins to suit, and two master bedrooms in the larger cottage have ensuites and dressing rooms. Each bedroom has stylish soft furnishings, pocket sprung mattresses, guaranteed to provide a good night's sleep after a busy day. Facilities are plentiful and convenient with a good combination of en suites, shower rooms and family bathrooms.
Gravel Farm is less than a 15-minute drive from the cathedral city of Ely and 30 minutes from Cambridge, both fascinating with plenty of historic attractions to discover. Its location alongside the Great River Ouse provides opportunities for walking, canoeing, fishing and birdwatching without having to reach for the car keys. Stretham is a short distance away with the chance to have a look at Stretham Old Engine, a steam pump that was used to drain water from the Fens and Wicken Fen, the oldest nature reserve in the UK which is just a stone's throw away.