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Coach House Hotel
Flint Cross
Newmarket Road

Melbourn
Cambridgeshire

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Primarily built of local flint, a major refurbishment by new management at the Coach House means that old world charm and a warm welcome are now complemented by modern facilities. Nestled amongst lush farmland, this pretty old coaching inn is situated on the A505, just minutes from junction 10 of the M11 and easily accessible from the A10. The Coach House Hotel is ideally located within a 20-minute drive of Hitchin, Royston, Cambridge, Duxford, Newmarket, Stansted and the pretty market town of Bishop's Stortford.

With a traditional English restaurant, bar and private parking for 100 cars, the 22 newly upgraded en suite rooms are designed with your comfort and care in mind. The soothing sounds of a renaissance-styled fountain in the courtyard enhance the feeling of relaxed tranquility. Once here you can either relax, or perhaps visit some of the beautiful, historical towns and villages in the area.

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Number of Rooms: 22
Number Ensuite: 22
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