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Classic 16th Century Grade II listed Freehouse in a tiny conservation village, sitting in a walled garden overlooked by a dovecote and the village church. Exclusive Alastair Sawday Guide publication recommendation. Beamed ceilings, log fires, four cask ales, well known restaurant (AA Rosette, Local Secrets top place to eat and drink in the south of Cambridge 2008 award) - oak raftered traditional dry peg construction.Eight new-build double ensuites, direct dial telephone, free internet access (modem and wireless).Five 6ft (super king) doubles/twins; Three 5ft (king) doubles All ensuite with bath/shower (one wheelchair/wobbly friendly) There has been no compromise on quality:Top of the Range open-coil spring system mattresses, deep-base divansDown pillowsCustom designed and locally hand-made (Nikki Owers) curtains and blinds using fabric by the renowned designer Nicole FabreSolid birch Craftsman made furnitureKarr oak flooring, solid oak doors & architraving throughoutFully tiled (East Anglian Gemini ceramic) bathroomsChrome towel rails on the hot water system (always on)Choice of Ethernet (fixed line) or wireless internetAC Leigh ironmongery, including electronic fob keys (no more fumbling with keys and locks)Individual thermonstats in each room - set your own temperature Close to Duxford Imperial War Museum, Stansted Airport, Audley End House, Addenbrookes, Cambridge, Chilford Hall Vineyard and the Newmarket race course.

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