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Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel

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A real gem, a characterful Grade II listed former watermill, featuring award winning food, real ales and 40 malt whiskies. This family owned hotel has a Health Club with a 12 metre indoor pool, spa, sauna, steam room and 30 piece fitness studio.Set in 11 acres, Quy Mill is originally mentioned in the Domesday Book in the year 1068. The current buildings were constructed in the year 1830, and have a Grade II Historical Buildings Listing. We have sensitively transformed the Watermill, Miller's House and Timber Framed Barns into a quality 3-star plus hotel. Enjoy our award winning food from a choice of 4 differing menus. Food is served in several very different areas. In the informal Country Inn Restaurant, a distinctive candlelit conversion of the Dining Room, Parlour and Study of the Old Miller's House, where open fires are an attractive feature during Winter months. Food is also served in the Old Kitchen Bar, which features real ale beers, in the Celtic Bar, with our selection of 40 malt whiskies, and in the Orangery, with its view over the terraced gardens. We serve a simpler light bite menu in our vaulted oak beam lounge. Conferences and Banquets are held in air conditioned rooms with views over Quy Water and our extensive gardens, as well as in the Old Watermill Room, featuring the 16 foot Victorian water wheel behind a glass screen. All of our bedrooms feature en suite bathtubs and showers.


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