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. It is described in Pevsner's Guide to Cambridgeshire as "the best house in the village".
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.