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B and Bs in Holbeach

Cackle Hill House
Cackle Hill Lane
Holbeach
Lincolnshire

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Cackle Hill Bed and Breakfast is a family run Bed and Breakfast, set in a rural position. The B&B is situated on the borders of Norfolk and Cambridgeshire in the heart of the Fens and the Wash. Day trips can be taken to the historic cathedral cities of Ely and Cambridge. There are also many Excellent restaurants and pubs close by. The BnB is situated close to the fenland town of Holbeach which is an historic market town dating back to the 13th century, the old church with its round trurrets is a monument to the past. Close by there are many attractions such as the Windmill at Moulton and the butterfly and wildlife park at Long Sutton. The main attraction however is the wonderful walks and cycling paths that the "Fens" have to offer, Cackle Hill Farm B&B is the perfect base or walking and cycling holidays. The Fens are also a bird watchers paradise, un-spoilt fields and hedgerows create the perfect habitat for many species of birds. The flatland offer the most amazing sunsets and sunrises. The area is also famed for its flower growing, in the spring your can see rows and rows of daffodils and later in the year they are replaced with beds of stunning roses of every colour.

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