Ely Cathedral
Ely Cathedral

Ely has arguably the most beautiful cathedral in Britain, the fabulous building topped with an octagonal tower. The streets of this fenland gem reveal other treasures too, not least the home of Oliver Cromwell and a lovely stretch of waterside... Read More

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Eel Festival Weekend
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Littleport Show
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Haddenham Steam Rally
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Lamb Hotel

Lamb Hotel

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The History of the Lamb Hotel dates back to the time of King Richard II. In the year 1416 Bishop Fordham mentions the Inn in a survey he made of ... More

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Anchor Inn

Anchor Inn
'A little bit of Heaven anchored in Fenland' said Paddy Burt of the Daily Telegraph. This 350 year old Riverside Inn has a feeling of true antiquity enhanced by old gas lighting, log fires ... More | Double Room: 95 (suite) - 105 | visit website
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Red Lion

Red Lion

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A 16th century Inn in the centre of Stretham - conservation area of A10. All letting rooms are En-Suite. Centrally situated for touring the fenlands. Includes garden, conservatory restaurant. Evening ... More

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Cathedral House

Cathedral House

Whether your visit to Ely is for business or pleasure, a warm welcome awaits in this Grade II listed home. Within the shadow of the Cathedral and close to Cromwell's House - the Tourist Information ... More | Double Room: 50 ea. for two. Single/occ 80 | visit website

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