The villages to the south of Cambidge combine rural peace & quiet with access to great communications via the M11 and railway stations linking to London.
From the hustle and bustle of Shelford to the hilltop views of Heydon and Barley, there is a village for everyone.
The Imperial War Museum at Duxford is one of the county's premier visitor attractions and is home to wonderful air display events several times a year. Shelford holds its annual Feast while Thriplow hosts the UK's largest Daffodil Festival every Spring.
Railway stations at Shelford, Whittlesford, Foxton, Meldreth and Royston mean London is only a short hop.