Tel 07759 316260, email firstname.lastname@example.org
What a lovely paddle to get to this pub, along the edge of Portholme with some lovely shallow, gravel bottomed, paddling and picnic places. Book a meal or enjoy a bar snack.
Tie up just after the lock and explore Portholme meadow. Picnic in the park or coffee by the quay. Godmanchester is an ancient Roman site with some beautiful old and new riverside properties .
A relaxed hotel on the river with an old fashioned attitude to service. Enjoy their amazing wine list, indulge in afternoon tea or just have coffee on their lovely terrace and pose for a photo on their huge deckchair!
Tie up before the church which lost its' spire in the 1740s. Walk along the meadows, admire the old manor house built around 1130 and is one of the oldest inhabited houses in the UK. It was the home of Lucy Boston who wrote children's books including the Green Knowe series. The Cock in the village has been national pub of the year twice!
The small market town of St Ives , once home to Oliver Cromwell, is ripe to be explored. Enjoy the local farmers market, the coffee shops and the old dutch quay.
A longer paddle downstream gives you the reward of two great pubs. Both are on the river, and both have rooms for overnight stays, which gives you the chance of a huge adventure, An easy trip for a day or it could be a whole 2 days of fun!