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Rose And Crown Hotel
Market Place
Wisbech
Cambridgeshire

PE13 1DG | View map

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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.

Your stay here need not be of such importance, however, as this hotel caters for quiet weekends away as well as business functions and weddings. The hotel is easily reached, from Peterborough (25 minutes by car), King's Lynn (10 minutes) and Ely (20 minutes). With 30 executive and character bedrooms, including 2 4-poster suites, 3 bars, 2 restaurants and 5 conference and reception rooms, this versatile hotel offers sophisticated facilities within rooms that tell stories from hundreds of years of history.

A range of function rooms provide intimate meetings with coffee facilities to grand occasions with multiple course meals. The various restaurant menus (a la carte, brassiere, bar e.t.c.) can be enjoyed in any part of the hotel to suit your mood. The Courtyard restaurant has outside tables, ideal for summer evenings.

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