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County - Cambridgeshire | Map
Tel code: 01487 | code search
Postcode: PE26 | code search
Population: 6000
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Folk Customs:
Dicing for Bibles
Midsummer Cushion Ceremony
The Town Peas
Whittlesey Straw Bear Festival

Ramsey Events

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Annual Plough Day & Craft Fair
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Jolly Sailor
"What can I say? I go every Saturday evening for great food and great drink!!!

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The Bow Window
"I went to the Bow Window with my boyfriend for our 6 month anniversary, it was our first meal at a 'proper' restauarant and therefore a special occassion. We were ..." More

Lion
"We made a booking for a large family event and they let us down again. Another time we just wanted a snack and they could not manage to get that right. It ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Ramsey | 10 Places to Stay

Ramsey is an historic Market Town in the County of Cambridgeshire, home to 6,000 people, the town was founded around the Benedictine Abbey in the 10th Century, and the 15th Century Gatehouse still remains today. Close by is the church of St Thomas A Becket, with fabulous arches and stained glass windows by the William Morris Company makes an interesting interlude. If that’s not enough history then a trip to Ramsey Rural Museum will satisfy the most discerning visitor, housed in 17th Century farm buildings in open countryside, experience what life was like with the interesting displays and exhibits of a Chemist shop, Cobblers, together with Victorian Kitchen, Bedroom, and so much more…. Or there is always the enchanting 18th Century Houghton Mill, spread over five floors, set on the River Great Ouse, the weather boarded front has graced many an artist’s page, with intriguing displays of flour grinding. This working Mill is in a lovely setting with circular walks, and riverside meadows that will take her visitor on a journey of discovery…. Or perhaps the Raptor Foundation is more for you, offering medical care and home to two hundred birds, from Buzzards and Falcons, with twilight flying displays of Owls, makes for a fascinating visit with unforgettable memories of the pleasant kind…..

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Farmers Market

Ramsey Street Market

Golf Club

Old Nene Golf & Country Club
Ramsey Golf Course

Pub and Bar

Cross Keys
George Inn
Hawk
Jolly Sailor
Lion
Railway Inn
Three Horseshoes
White Lion

Restaurant

Cross Keys
Hawk
Lion
Taste of the East
The Angel
The Bengal
The Bow Window
Three Horseshoes

White Lion

School

Abbey College
Ailwyn School
Bury C of E Primary School
Ramsey County School
Ramsey Spinning Infants School
Upwood County Primary School

Taxi

ABC Cars
Batemans Of Huntingdonshire
Steve’s Ramsey Taxis

Sports Clubs

Ramsey Cycling Club (Cycling)

Shops

Bonnetts Bakery
Windmill Bakery
E & A Johnson & Son
M Collins
Anthony Byrne Fine Wines Ltd
Flower Aisle
Lavender Blue
Ramsey Gifts & Toys
Crafty Ideas

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Hair by Giovanni
Abbey Therapy
Lloyds Pharmacy

Places to Stay near Ramsey

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Premier Inn Harwich (1.80 miles)

Local attractions include Harwich ferry port, Constable country and various beaches. For shops and local amenities Harwich town centre is only 1 mile away. Our Harwich Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in ... More | visit website
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Tower Hotel (2.53 miles)

Tower Hotel

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This large hotel has a country house feel and is set in a large grassed grounds.
This large country style hotel, has an olde world feel and caters for large ... More

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Hotel Continental (2.55 miles)

Hotel Continental

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A small independent hotel overlooking the sea at Dovercourt Bay, minutes by car from Harwich International Port.

A modern interior in a Victorian seaside property which is painted bright yellow on the ... More
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Pier at Harwich (3.20 miles)

Pier at Harwich
When Gerald Milsom stopped at a half timbered tearoom in Dedham in 1952, his life was at a low ebb: he had been rejected by the medical profession and demobilised from national service in the ... More | visit website
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Marlborough Hotel (5.59 miles)

Marlborough Hotel

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The Marlborough Hotel is the largest and only sea front hotel in Felixstowe, 250 yards south of the pier complex.
The hotel has 49 en-suite bedrooms, many with sea views; a lift ... More

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Lifehouse Country Spa Resort (5.72 miles)

Lifehouse Country Spa Resort
Tucked away in the heart of rural Essex is a contemporary, chic, sleek, stylish Country Spa Resort, Lifehouse offers an exceptionally unique resort like no other. With 89 bedrooms, 35 treatment rooms a 18.5 metre ... More | visit website
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Brook Hotel (5.92 miles)

Brook Hotel

The overall feel of The Brook Hotel is as you would expect of a family-run business friendly, warm and inviting with excellent attention to detail and great customer service.

Accommodation is provided in a selection of ... More | visit website

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Orwell Hotel (6.35 miles)

Orwell Hotel
The Orwell Hotel is located near the town centre of Felixstowe, which is in Suffolk on the south-eastern coast of England. For short breaks or longer holidays, the Orwell Hotel offers comfortable accommodation, excellent cuisine, fine ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Ipswich South East (6.81 miles)

Premier Inn Ipswich South East
Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Ramsons Euro business park. For shops and local amenities Ipswich town centre is only 7 miles away. Our Ipswich South East ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Clacton-on-Sea (7.07 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the A12. Local attractions include 4 different beaches within 8 miles. Conveniently located for Weeley train station. Our Clacton-On-Sea Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every ... More | visit website

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