In Pictures: A ride through Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire

I love the Wimpole Estate. We’ve visited the grounds on many occasions but this was the first time we went out with the bikes. Well, with a bike. I don’t have a bike rack and we could only fit one small bike in the back of my super mini. It was quite nice watching my daughter ride through the estate whilst I lagged behind her taking snaps and enjoying the summer sunshine against my skin.

We rode along the shortest path as we weren’t sure how long the warm weather would last. The pathway took us through open pastures filled with razing cattle, as well as past the main house itself. Part of the National Trust, Wimpole Estate is a brilliant place to spend the day with or without bikes!

stag and gate

wimpole hall main house

wimpole estate sign

wimpole hall

woolen blankets for sale national trust shop

wheel shadow

grassy paths wimpole estate

bike basket with birds in basket

hunter boots on bike bobbin kids

cattle grid

gate wimpole estate

gate wimpole estate

listening to the grasshoppers

cows grazing antional trust

princess at her bike

bobbin bike

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4 Comments

  1. What a great idea to take a bike, looks like the weather did hold for you and I love your photos, the close ups give a real flavour of your visit but keep it interesting too. It looks a great National Trust property to visit. Thank you for sharing with me on Country Kids.
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    • The weather was a brilliant blessing, I’m so glad we went when we did because it’s done nothing but rain today! At least we were able to really strecth our legs and let off some steam in the beautiful grounds of the estate.
      Glad to have been able to link up Fiona.

  2. I love bike, so cute. Its great to use the bike and find you explore a bit more when not jumping in the car. Your close up photographs are really lovely too, a nice way to see things.
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