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24th June 2017

Rosewood Stud Park

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Rosewood Stud Park is a collection of luxury lodges in Cambridgeshire, set on a working Stud farm with a huge 72 acres of idyllic green countryside.  The setting is both secluded and tranquil and yet is fantastically positioned to explore the area.

The park cafe opens most weekends and it's just a stroll to the local pub.  A short drive from Rosewood Stud Park takes you to the towns of Bury St Edmonds, Newmarket and Cambridge. 

Choose from a range of holiday homes and lodges, all with personal outdoor hot tubs.  Prestige Lodge is a stylish lodge which can sleep up to 6, with a modern interior and waterside views.  There is a larger version of this lodge which sleeps up to 8 and also has waterside views and outdoor hot tub.

The modern Rosewood holiday homes sleep 6 or 8 and have well designed interiors, outdoor decking and hot tubs.

The local area is great for days out.  You could visit the National Horse Racing Museum in Newmarket, less than 5 miles from the park.  Newmarket racecourse is also close by with plenty going on in the summer on Saturdays from children's entertainment to concerts.

Our Top Tip
"Take a trip to West Stow Anglo Saxon Village around 8.5 miles from Rosewood Stud Park, which is a unique reconstructed village built on the original settlement site."
Accommodation features
  • A collection of two and three bedroom holiday homes and lodges.
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Flat screen TV with Freeview/DVD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area (in Prestige Lodge 2 and 3 only)
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Cots and highchairs £5 each per week or short break
  • Pets £20pw each (max 2)
  • (in Rosewood 2 and Rosewood 3 only)
  • All non smoking accommodation

Accommodation at Rosewood Stud Park

Sleeps
6

Prestige Lodge 2

New in 2015 and 2016. Contemporary lodge with one king size double with ensuite shower and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Dishwasher. Open plan living area with patio doors leading out to decking with outdoor hot tub. Waterside views. No pets.

Sleeps
8

Prestige Lodge 3

New in 2015 and 2016. Contemporary lodge with one king size double with ensuite shower and two twin. Shower. Dishwasher. Open plan living area with patio doors leading out to decking with outdoor hot tub. Waterside views. No pets.

Sleeps
4

Rosewood 2

New in 2015. Modern holiday home with one double with ensuite WC and one twin. Shower. Stylish kitchen/living area with doors leading out to decking with outdoor hot tub. Waterside views.

Sleeps
6

Rosewood 3

New in 2015. Modern holiday home with one double with ensuite WC and two twin. Shower. Stylish kitchen/living area with doors leading out to decking with outdoor hot tub. Waterside views.

Rosewood Stud Park Reviews

Richard, Burntwood
Date of stay: 12th May 2017
Accommodation type: Rosewood 2
Lovely setting, would definitely stay again. Only minor criticism is that they could supply something to clean fallen leaves from the hot tub as it got progressively dirty as the week went on.
Sonia, Coventry
Date of stay: 1st May 2017
Accommodation type: Prestige Lodge 3
Lovely lodge
Alison, Hertfordshire
Date of stay: 17th April 2017
Accommodation type: Prestige Lodge 3
Lovely lodges set in beautiful surroundings. Extremely spacious and good fittings. Only down side dishwasher didn't work too well and washing machine broken but didn't spoil our break.
L, Gillingham Kent
Date of stay: 6th March 2017
Accommodation type: Rosewood 2
Very clean and comfortable living
Kathryn, Northampton
Date of stay: 3rd March 2017
Accommodation type: Prestige Lodge 3
Great lodge, tranquil location, well kitted out kitchen.

Not all lodges have a washing machine, so call direct if this is something you must have
Victoria, Peterborough
Date of stay: 6th February 2017
Accommodation type: Prestige Lodge 3
Amazing setting with beautiful views . Peaceful and relaxing weekend . Will be returning in the future. Highly recommended to friends and family.
Pat, Essex
Date of stay: 30th January 2017
Accommodation type: Prestige Lodge 3
Had a few hiccups with fixtures and fittings. Curtain pole hanging off, only four forks and two teaspoons when there was 7 of us, front door did not lock, only six chairs,
June, Rowley Regis
Date of stay: 30th December 2016
Accommodation type: Rosewood 2
The lodge has everything! As well as lots and lots of cupboard space. We especially liked the gate security as it made us feel very safe. The hot tub was simply devine!
Claire, Leicestershire
Date of stay: 30th December 2016
Accommodation type: Rosewood 2
Excellent. A few extra kitchen items would have been helpful but did not alter the holiday
Amie, London
Date of stay: 2nd December 2016
Accommodation type: Prestige Lodge 2
Really nice accommodation, it's in the middle of no where but really nice and quite. Well worth its money. Would definitely recommend staying there.
Kerrie
We had a lovely holiday and rosewood stud was a great comfortable and relaxing base with lots of things to do a short drive away. The hot tub was a lovely addition to the lodge. Our only criticism would be that the oven in the lodge was very basic and didn't perform very well, some of the fixtures and fittings in the lodge were in need of repair and the Wi-Fi did not work at all. We did speak to staff about this and they did try to resolve it by rebooting but this didn't work. There really isn't anything, other than a short walk , to do on the site but we were happy with this because it made it so peaceful and quiet.
Mark
lovely place to stay quiet and peaceful nice and relaxing with lots of wildlife around the lodge is well update with a big patio on the back over looking a lake would recommend it to anyone well worth the money.
Sonia
Lovely lodge in very quiet and tranquil setting.
C
My friends and I booked the lodge for our 30th birthdays as we wanted a chilled out time where we could catch up. It was lovely, the lodge is really spacious and the hot tub fab. One of the beds were slightly damaged but didn't caused any discomfort. We were missing spoons but the staff were very helpful and quickly brought some to the lodge. Would definitely stay again.
Sadie
Beautiful place for a relaxed getaway with friends, things to do near by and very helpful staff
Richard
Lovely setting, would definitely stay again. Only minor criticism is that they could supply something to clean fallen leaves from the hot tub as it got progressively dirty as the week went on.
Rebecca
Absolutely lovely setting! Perfect for relaxation!! Loved every minute and was looking for a second booking on our drive home as didn't want to leave! :)
Alison
Lovely setting and surroundings. Lodge was extremely spacious for 6 adults and baby.good standard too.
Sara
Lovely location if you're looking to get away for a really quiet weekend. We did travel to Thetford Forest for one day to do some mountain biking which wasn't to far away.
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Fun Days Out near Rosewood Stud Park

This is a museum with a difference and a must see if you are into horse racing.  You can take guided tours around the museum or choose to wander round yourself admiring the exhibits.  New for 2010 is a Junior Fun Tour which is ideal for children.  Simply ask the gallery staff for a Fun Tour pack when you enter the museum and kids can answer questions and spot clues and tips on the way round.  One of the most popular recent exhibitions is the Thoroughbred: State of the Art exhibition in Gallery 5 on until 31st October.  Check out their websites for the latest exhibitions.
The National Trust Ickworth House, Park & Gardens is a Beautiful 1800 acre country estate with many attractions including a fantastic adventure playground for the children and a range of nature trails which the whole family will enjoy. The site also has a family friendly cycle route a gift shop and a small café
Barrington Hall - about 20 Miles
Barrington Hall is an excellent place for a day trip and is particularly popular in the summer when the grounds and gardens are at their best. There is plenty of open space for children to play and many families like to bring a picnic. The beautiful house dates back to the 17th Century and the interior has been sympathetically restored to retain many original features. The ornamental gardens offers beautiful floral displays at all times of the year. Children's activities can be enjoyed during school holidays.