If you haven't been, Kettle's Yard certainly lives up to it's reputation, try and visit soon.
I nearly missed out on the visit because the other three people I was with wanted to look round the Fitzwilliam Museum, I was saved by the fact that Cambridge traffic was disrupted due to the Cambridge marathon, resulting in half the roads being closed. As we were driving round, suddenly the letters spelling out 'Kettle's Yard' appeared on the side of a building at the side of the road, andwe were able to turn into the road beside Kettle's Yard.
Kettle's Yard is the former home of Jim and Helen Ede, Jim was a curator at the Tate Gallery in the 1920s and befriended some of the most promising artists working in London at the time including Ben Nicholson, Henry Moore and Christopher Wood. He began to collect contemporary art, and eventually in 1953 moved to Cambridge and looked for somewhere to display it.
In addition to a house comprised of 4 houses knocked into one, there is also a purpose built gallery which at the moment is showing a wonderful exhibition entitled 'Art and Life 1920-1931' with work by Ben Nicholson, Winifred Nicholson, Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis and William Staite Murray
Here's the catalogue cover:
Here's the cover of the guide book which gives a glimpse of a table top:
Kettle's Yard is beside St. Peter's Church, also worth a look: