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Lamb Hotel
2 Lynn Road

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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 all his properties in Ely.Sitting in the shadows of Ely's splendid cathedral tower, the Lamb Hotel dates back to the 15th century and retains its traditional atmosphere as a thriving coaching inn. This famous historic city is a tourist paradise with the magnificent cathedral a must see. Just as the cathedral is a recognizable feature of the distinctive fen landscape so too is the The Lamb Hotel.

The Lamb boasts 31 comfortable en-suite rooms, all of which are non smoking. The beautiful feature suite boasts a four poster bed and DVD player.The narrow old streets of Ely house medieval gateways, timbered houses and a parkland sweeping down to the lovely River Great Ouse, where there are boating and fishing facilities. Historically there is much to see with the fine cathedral, Cromwell's house and the history of local saints such as St Etheldreda. Cambridge is nearby and offers other historic buildings and good shopping. Newmarket, famous for horse racing, is just 12 miles away.The Lamb Hotel can now offer free WiFi.


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