WisbechCopyright Richard Humphrey

Wisbech stands on the river Nene, its elegant waterside one of many reasons to visit, others including its brewery, lovely Peckover House, surprising pockets of Georgian style, and the vast fens around it with their matrix of tiny lanes... Read More

Hotels in Wisbech - 8 places to stay

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Five Bells Hotel

Five Bells Hotel

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A traditional village property, this small, friendly inn is situated in the heart of Upwell, next to St. Peters church and opposite the village hall. Providing comfortable accommodation with homemade food ... More

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Rose And Crown Hotel

Rose And Crown Hotel

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For over 600 years, the Rose and Crown, the largest hotel in this ancient town, has welcomed royalty and commoners alike and played host to many grand events.

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Elme Hall Hotel

Elme Hall Hotel
Elme Hall Hotel is ideally located just off the A47 trunk road between King's Lynn and Wisbech on the Norfolk/Cambridgeshire border. Situated within 3 acres of grounds, the Georgian style Hotel has been awarded a ... More | visit website
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White Lion Hotel

White Lion Hotel

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Priding itself on its friendly and professional approach to all guests, this Victorian hotel is situated right in the centre of Wisbech, a town with a rich Georgian heritage. This historic ... More

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