The Carpenter Arms has been welcoming guests for over two centuries and has a long tradition of genuine hospitality. Situated in the Cambridgeshire fens, on the border of Suffolk, surrounded by miles of fields and woodland, The Carpenter Arms offers boutique bedrooms, a modern glass eatery with a modern British menu and a traditional pub with oak beams and open fires.
A charming 16th century coaching inn set within the village of Wansford. Boasting breathtaking scenery, boutique-style bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant.
Situated in the ancient city of Ely, stands The High Flyer Hotel. The hotel boasts recently refurbished bedrooms with handmade furniture and classic British food using locally sourced ingredients alongside access to their neighbours at Atrium fitness centre.
Stood in the small but vibrant village of Hildersham, just a short drive from Cambridge, stands The Pear Tree Inn, a boutique Artisan country pub. The Pear Tree Inn offers cozy dining boasting farm to table cuisine, comfortable bedrooms and even a herb garden.
This 18th century coaching inn stands in the heart of the historic St Ives. Offering something for all seasons with warming fires in winter and outdoor seating in the summer. The Golden Lion boasts seasonal menus and stylish bedrooms.
Set in the heart of Cambridge, stands Cambridge's oldest hotel, The University Arms. Built as a coaching inn in 1843 boasts beautiful bedrooms, a brasserie called Parker’s Tavern that has designed a whimsical menu with re-imagined British classics and spa treatment rooms.
A charming 17th century dog friendly pub with an award-winning restaurant and beautiful and cosy bedrooms. Set in the heart of Bartlow, The Three Hills is just 20 minutes from Cambridge whilst surrounding by quiet and relaxing countryside.
A word to sum up The Old Hall Ely is stunning! Surrounded by Cambridgeshire countryside with views of Ely Cathedral, The Old Hall offer opulent bedrooms and an exquisite restaurant.
This traditional English inn, is well placed between Peterborough and Stamford. Oozing historic charm and providing a warm welcome, The Sibson Inn boasts a cosy bar and restaurant serving fresh food and real ales alongside comfortable bedrooms.
Sitting in the heart of Peterborough stands The Bull Hotel that dates back to the 17th century. With spacious bedrooms and a Brasserie that serves both traditional and continental cuisine.
This lovely 16th century, Grade II listed inn enjoys a pretty village setting, with a walled garden overlooked by a dovecote and the local church. Steeped in history and oozing character, the inn boasts an AA rosette restaurant and eight new-build, en-suite guest rooms.
Welcome to the Black Bull, a Grade II listed black and white freehouse in the pretty Cambridgeshire village of Balsham. This quintessential 16th century inn boasts beamed ceilings, log fires, cask ales, an AA rosette for food and five newly refurbished en-suite guest rooms. AA 4 Star Inn.
The 15th century Lion brims with original features including wooden beams and open fires in the bar and restaurant. We serve seasonal food including afternoon tea, and we offer a selection of wines, ales and beers. All our bedrooms have private bathroom and are decorated in a traditional style. An ideal base from which to explore the pretty Cambridgeshire countryside.
This lovely old village inn is just 3 miles from historic Cambridge with its university colleges, stunning architecture, quaint streets, shops and cafes. The inn has an excellent reputation for its food, featuring in the Michelin and Good Food guides. There are 9 comfortable en-suite rooms for overnight guests.
Hotel du Vin Cambridge stands in Trumpington Street, a picturesque street surrounded by winding cobbled streets, elegant architecture, spires and quads. The building of Hotel du Vin Cambridge is a former University building and it still maintains its original character including interesting nooks, exposed brickwork, restored fireplaces and dark wooden floors.
The Red Lion is a vibrant country pub with comfortable en-suite rooms. Ideally situated for both business and leisure travellers, the Red Lion is to be found in the village of Stretham, 5 miles from Ely and 10 miles from Cambridge. Food is served everyday and includes a great selection of freshly prepared dishes using locally supplied produce wherever possible. Free WiFi.
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