SEE & DO
Nestled on the edge of the Cambridgeshire Fens and a stone's throw from Suffolk and Norfolk, Gravel Farm is the perfect base from which to explore East Anglia.
The Fens, or Fenlands, are a naturally marshy region in eastern England. Most of the fens were drained several centuries ago. They are now mostly a flat, low-lying agricultural region that provide amazing views and beautiful skies and sunsets.
From Gravel Farm you will have direct access to riverside walks and with Wicken Fen nature reserve just on the doorstep, it is the ideal location for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Learn a little more about the Fens historical sites including Ely Cathedral Oliver Cromwell's House and Stretham Pump Station, to name a few...
Spa & Leisure Activities
Walking and cycling trails & routes on your doorstep, launch your canoe and small boat or choose to relax in the local spas...
Fenland Nature Reserves
Ely, Cambridge & London
Three historic and cultural centres just a short drive or train journey away.
Located on a private estate and being on the river means we have plenty of birds and wildlife on our own doorstep, so you won't need to go far to spot them.
Suffolk & Norfolk Coast
Both the coast of Suffolk and Norfolk are within easy reach and just a short drive away.
This area is packed full of stunning private & RHS gardens for you to visit.
Horse Racing in Newmarket
Newmarket is a stone's throw away and is the home of horse racing and The National Stud. From here, you can head into Suffolk to discover a whole new county...
Concerts & Theatres
With plenty of famous attractions and historic market towns in the area, you will not be stuck for places to visit.
Newmarket Races/Newmarket Nights www.newmarket.thejockeyclub.co.uk/newmarket-nights
Cineworld Ely Leisure Village www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/ely
Vue Cambridge https://film.list.co.uk/cinema/43063-vue-cambridge/
The Light Cambridge cambridge.lightcinemas.co.uk
Wild Tracks www.wildtracksltd.co.uk
Go Ape Thetford Forest https://goape.co.uk/locations/thetford
High Lodge www.forestryengland.uk/high-lodge