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Ely Guest House
6-8 St, Marys Street
Ely
Cambridgeshire

CB7 4ES | View map

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Ely Guest House is a traditional 18th -19th century inn, which is now a family run guest house and Thai restaurant and is contemporary in style. Ely Guest House is situated in the heart of the city centre. The great historic Cathedral of Ely is within 2 minutes walk, the station and river are 10 minutes walk. We aim to offer friendly, comfortable lodge facilities. All bedrooms are modern in design and fully furnished with en-suite facilities. The five guest rooms are uniquely decorated with period furnishings and fine linens. We offer a friendly atmosphere for a quiet drink or a delicious meal, which you can enjoy whilst overlooking the garden and flowers. A great way to start the day or following an overnight stay. The BKK Thai restaurant and SP Noodle Bar are attractively designed to provide just the right atmosphere for business lunches or that special evening dinner for two. We are able to provide seating facilities for more than 60 people. Our restaurant menus offer a varied selection of Thai food and continental cuisine to a particularly high standard. The restaurants are also available for private parties, weddings, receptions, and other special events, such as afternoon tea.

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