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The Anchor Inn,
Sutton Gault, Sutton near Ely,
Cambridgeshire, CB6 2BD

Telephone:
44 (0)1353 778537
Fax:
44 (0)1353 776180
Email:
anchorinn@popmail.bta.com

 

Original art work by Andy English

 

"....a little bit of heaven anchored in Fenland"
Paddy Burt - Daily Telegraph

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Find out more about us and also information on the history of the area and The Anchor.

Recognized by all the major food guides, The 17th Century Anchor Inn offers modern British Cuisine with an emphasis on seasonal and traditional ingredients.  Have a look at our current menus and wine list . You can also book a table online

We now have 4 Guest bedrooms, 2 are newly refurbished and 2 more were created in 2006.  The rooms offer a variety of accommodation to suit every need and have been awarded 4 Stars by the AA and Tourist Board.  You can also book a room online


The Anchor is ideally situated for exploring East Anglia;  it is only 7 miles from the Cathedral City of Ely and is less than half an hour from the University City of Cambridge. Newmarket and its Race-course are within easy reach. Our  Places to visit page gives full details of the many fascinating attractions within easy reach.

 

Monday - Friday Lunch

Two Courses for £11.95

Three Courses for £15.95

AVAILABLE UP TO AND INCLUDING FRIDAY 5 DECEMBER 2008

Please note not available Bank Holiday  Monday

 

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A big thanks for Amy Murrell for providing many of our photos - visit her website at http://www.amymurrell.co.uk/ for a more indepth look at her stunning work and for contact details.

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Click here to find out more about our food

 

 

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