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Golf, Stately Home, Historic Towns, Shopping, Cathedral City, Steam Railway, Open Farm, Zoo, War Museum, Cycling, Burghley Horse Trials, East of England Showground.
There is a small 9 hole golf course on the edge of the village and the Green Wheel Cycle Route runs through the next village.
Maxey itself has a pub a short walk away and although this does not provide food there are many local villages with interesting inns that do. The neighbouring village of Helpston is the home of the poet John Clare.
Peterborough has a cathedral, a modern shopping centre, cinema, theatres, ten-pin bowling, ice skating, swimming pool and greyhound racing.
Market Deeping is just three miles away and provides most local amenities including supermarkets, restaurants and takeaways.
Stamford is an historic town with picturesque water meadows and the famous George Hotel, an old coaching inn.
On the outskirts sits Burghley House, an Edwardian Stately Home with gardens designed by Capability Brown and the Gardens of Surprise for a great time with the children. It is set in a large park and home of the Burghley Horse Trials.
A short drive away are the Nene Valley Railway, home of a Thomas the Tank Engine and Sacrewell Farm Park - also home of the Shire Horse Society; whilst Rutland Water and the interesting towns of Oakham and Uppingham are within easy reach.
The university town of Cambridge, Duxford War Museum and the North Norfolk coast are within one hour.
Tennis - Boating - Kayaking - Open Swimming - Fishing - Walking - Bird Watching - Camping