Come and stay in the elegant wing of
a magnificent Elizabethan Long House, built in the reign of Queen
Elizabeth I and believed to have been visited regularly by Oliver
This impressive accommodation was constructed
around 1600 and still retains its olde-worlde charm, including dairy
and inglenook fireplace with bread oven.
The house stands in wonderful grounds
of three acres, in a village conservation area in the heart of the Cambridgeshire countryside, close
to the medieval city of Ely and university centre of Cambridge.
This self-contained wing of the Grade
II listed building offers all the modern conveniences of the 21st
century including wireless internet access.