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Grantchester Village

Cambridge CB2 4AG, England
+44 1223 322640
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Poetic village

We had a walk from Cambridge to this place which isn't very far. Walk from the meadows and the... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2016
Sevil O
Nice walk from Cambridge

We walked from Cambridge to the village of Grantchester and ate lunch there (May of 2015) . Lots of... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2016
R P
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Reviewed 19 August 2016

We had a walk from Cambridge to this place which isn't very far. Walk from the meadows and the scenery is very calming and so peaceful. Only after I visited the place I came to learn there was an entire TV series as " Grantchester"....More

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Reviewed 17 August 2016

We walked from Cambridge to the village of Grantchester and ate lunch there (May of 2015) . Lots of beautiful scenery along the way . Don't miss a stop at the church.

Thank R P
Reviewed 11 August 2016

Connection to first world war poets and philosophers at the Orchard. Short walk to the river. I have not tried it but you can punt from Cambridge along the river. Watch out for the wasps in summer.

Thank mt499
Reviewed 9 August 2016

Having seen the PBS series Grantchester, I knew I had to visit the village where it is filmed. It is just as charming in person. The village church is really pretty and the local homes and pubs are just a delight. I even found the...More

Thank Mary Jo N
Reviewed 25 July 2016

A good selection of pubs and restaurants make this a popular destination. Parking can be a challenge.

Thank William P
Reviewed 23 July 2016

Lovely quaint village accessed from Cambridge by a delightful meadow / riverside walk - a great lunch at the Blue Ball - great day out

Thank Papindi
Reviewed 20 July 2016 via mobile

I went with my wife to this country side village. I passed the red lion and walked to the Revier side there was plenty of space to walk and have a picnic on the river side. Some people left their garbage on the river side...More

Thank Hig11
Reviewed 15 July 2016

Pretty, scenic village right on the river. Perfect place for a quiet picnic on a summers day. Lots of pubs and a cute tea house right by the green

Thank cw1234567892015
Reviewed 14 July 2016

No theme parks, no bright lights, no gimmicks, just a lovely, traditional English village which had a wonderful atmosphere. Plenty of rather upmarket pubs for food and other refreshments. Relaxing and pretty following a rather hectic tour of Cambridge. Definately recommend a stroll through this...More

Thank johnpatricia4
Reviewed 13 July 2016

If visiting Cambridge, you must wander down the meadows to Granchester. Here you will find quaint tea rooms and pubs, friendly people, and dream-like surroundings. Granchester is the perfect escape from tourist heavy Cambridge. Spend the day here, sit outside at the Orchard, grab a...More

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Jane P
Grantchester always crops up when I search for river swimming. Is there a top spot? Should me and the kids start in Grantchester and head towards Cambridge or away? Is the current a bit strong? Advice appreciated.
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