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Oliver's Lodge Hotel
Needingworth Road
St Ives
Cambridgeshire

PE27 5JP | View map

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The sunshine is coming, so why not treat yourself to a few days away this Spring/Summer at Oliver's Lodge Hotel. Excellent accommodation available at exceptional value, where you will be greeted with a very warm welcome. Our a'la carte menu offers an extensive choice, or why not involve yourself in one of our special events. We have Murder Mystery evenings, dinner dances, and our very popular Sunday lunches often feature piano or jazz.When staying at Oliver's Lodge there is plenty to do and see ... relax in our comfy lounge bar, go for a walk in the town and quay (2/3 minutes), or visit the city of Cambridge (only 10 miles away).For those of you who can't stay away from the gym even when away from home, you have FREE use of facilities at a local health club. These facilities include gym, swimming pool, steam, sauna and spa.IMPORTANT PLEASE NOTE: Guests wanting to use the facilities, they are based at the local health club and NOT at the hotel. These facilities include gym, swimming pool, steam, sauna and spa.

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