The railway station opened in Meldreth in 1851, and is 15 minutes from Cambridge.

The village’s name means “mill stream”, and the mill race and Topcliffe Mill can still be seen opposite the church. Meldreth has some beautiful buildings and 10 miles of footpaths to explore.

Holy Trinity Church

Grade I listed, the church has an unusually long chancel dating from the 12th century, and a west tower housing eight bells.

There are 19 thatched cottages in Meldreth. Three of them have a sculpted thatch feature on the roof – see if you can find them!

British Queen
A quaint, traditional free house pub with home made locally sourced food and a
large garden area. Do not miss the triple cooked chips!

Melwood is a local nature reserve that contains open woodland and dense thicket, riverside habitat, an open grassy ride and many mature trees next to the river Mel.