Places to eat in Cambridgeshire
Whether you feel like a cup of tea or coffee, a slice of homemade cake, or a meal made from fresh, local ingredients, you’ll find the cafés and tea-rooms in Cambridgeshire are great places for delicious food and drink.
Visit Redwoods Restaurant for a bite to eat, browse the plant centre and shop for a gift or discover a bargain in the second-hand bookshop.
The Old Rectory Restaurant is a great place to drop in and enjoy a hot meal or light lunch. The Stables Café is also ideal for anyone wanting something to grab and go.
Visit the Docky Hut Café and try our freshly baked sausage rolls and hot snacks or buy a gift in the shop as a souvenir of your visit.
Visit the tea-room at Houghton Mill for a range of hot and cold drinks, hot and cold snacks and light meals.
If you're seeking peace and quiet, or somewhere the family can get together in the great outdoors, here are some great picnic locations with picturesque backdrops.
Here our favourite spots to picnic include South Glade, the Pinetum and Arboretum. The peaceful East Lawn is also close to the restaurant if you need to top your picnic up.
How about a picnic next to a restored Gothic Tower? The 18th-century tower, designed to look like a picturesque medieval ruin, makes for a picture-perfect backdrop.
At Houghton Mill there is a grassy area perfect for picnics and relaxing with your family or friends, all within close proximity to the waterside.
There are miles of pathways to explore around Wicken Fen Nature Reserve, so pack up a picnic and find a quiet spot to stop en-route, surrounded by nature.