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Crafts Hill Barn
31 Oakington rd
How to find us
Five miles from the bustling and beautiful city of Cambridge, we are located in a quiet village with walks from the door in all directions including the Pathfinder route.
With easy access to the A14, A428 and M11, with your own vehicle you have easy access into the historic city and a wealth of interesting places to visit within half an hours drive. Many guests use the Madingley Rd Park and Ride which is only 10 minutes away and offers a reasonable and easy means of visiting the city. Other parking options (including some local secrets!) are provided on arrival.
Though a car is recommended we do have guests who arrive by taxi and use the local bus service, details are available in the room. We have recently installed an electric car charging point which is available for guests to use for a nominal fee.
From South (London)
Continue on the M11 until junction 13 (A428). Follow signs to Madingley and then Dry Drayton. You will enter the village near the church. Turn right onto Oakington Rd and straight on at the mini roundabout. We are the first turning on the left after this. The driveway is set back from the road with willow fencing either side.
From North (Huntington)
Continue on A14 until junction 25 (Longstanton B1050/Bar Hill A1307). Follow signs to Oakington and then Dry Drayton. On entering the village there is are 2 width restrictors, we are the second driveway on the right after this. The entrance is slightly set back from the road with woven willow fencing either side.
From East (Newmarket A14)
Continue on the A14 until it turns into A428 to Bedford and follow directions below.
From West (Bedford A428)
Dry Drayton is signposted off the A428, go through Scotland Farm and continue through Dry Drayton. Go right at first mini roundabout and straight on at the second. We are the first turning on the left after that. The driveway is set back from the road with woven willow fencing either side.