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Nyton Hotel
Ely
Cambridgeshire

CB7 4HZ | View map

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Quiet family hotel, situated in residential road just off the a10. Only 10 minutes walk from the Cathederal and City Centre. The railway station is just a 15 minute walk.
The Nyton is situated in a quiet residential area of the City of Ely in 2 acres of attractive grounds adjoining the 18 hole golf course for which reduced green fees are available for guests. The Cathedral and City Centre are within 10 minutes walk, the station and river are 15 minutes walk. Fishing and cruising facilities are available. The restaurant is attractively designed to provide just the right atmosphere for business lunches, or that special evening dinner for two, and has seating facilities for 40 people. Our a la carte and table dhote menus offer a varied selection of English and continental cuisine to a particularly high standard. Good food must be complemented by fine wines; our wine list reflects the same high standards and wide selection as our menu. Conferences and Wedding receptions up to 150 people can be catered for with a marquee in our beautiful garden. This is a non smoking hotel.

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