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Cathedral House
17 St. Mary's Street
Ely
Cambridgeshire

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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 Centre, restaurants, shops and main facilities. All rooms are en suite and well appointed with garden views. Ely is a great starting point from which to visit Cambridge and its colleges and universities, Duxford Air Museum, and is 70 minutes from London's Kings Cross Railway Station and 40 minutes from Stansted Airport. Parking. No smoking.

For guests there is a s/catering Coach House and two suites for B&B. Each one has its own lkuxury bathroom with heated towel rail and bath with mixer taps, and is individually decorated with period furnishings plus Wifi, TV/radio, hairdryer, hospitality tray etc. Breakfast is cooked to order, and served around a farmhouse table, in front of an open fire, when it is cold.

Self-catering price from £350 min. 3 nights.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Star Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Person

Double: £50 ea. for two. Single/occ £80
Twin: £42.50 ea. for two. Single/occ £60 - en suite
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