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Thorn House B & B
Fen Drayton
St Ives

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Set in the quiet village of Fen Drayton, yet close to Cambridge and St Ives, our delightful, recently converted, bright and modern self-contained Guest Lodge offers both space and comfort. It has a double (or twin) bedroom as well as your own separate living room with sofa bed and kitchenette. The shower room has under-floor heating and a large walk-in shower, with quality linen and all the toiletries and extra touches to make your stay complete. It has a television with DVD in both the living room and the bedroom and has free Wi Fi access, ipod docking, hairdryer, straighteners, iron, ironing board, board games and more! The guest house has thermostatically controlled radiators in both the lounge and bedroom, and a fan is provided for hot weather. There is a small outside seating area specifically for the guest lodge. Our aim is flexibility to suit the many different needs of our guests - we offer a superb cooked breakfast for £8 per person in the main house with specials on offer every day, or a continental hamper in your lodge for £4 per person for those who prefer to be more independent (with perishables left in your fridge). The price quoted for the room does not include breakfast.

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