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

44 (0)1353 778537
44 (0)1353 776180
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Ely Cathedral - original art work by Andy English

Places to Visit

Close by...  

Sutton Gault - Microlight Centre - Learn to fly or take a trial flight with this experienced team

Ely - Tiny City in the Fens. Visit its majestic Cathedral, the Cathedral Close (the largest collection of domestic monastic buildings in the country) or the home of Oliver Cromwell.
The Ouse Washes - designated a site of special significance by the EU. Wild fowl, rare plants and fascinating waterways. The Welney Wildlife Centre is a must especially in winter. Birdwatchers, walkers and fishermen will all enjoy this area.
Wicken Fen - peaceful and fascinating nature reserve, a remnant of the great Fens of old - owned by the National Trust.
Cambridge - historic University city, wonderful architecture, tour the colleges, go punting on the River Cam, visit the Fitzwilliam Museum and many others.
Anglesey Abbey - historic National Trust House with beautiful gardens.Newmarket & its world famous Racecourse

a little further.... 

Bury St Edmunds - historic Georgian Town & Cathedral City

Ickworth - stately Georgian Mansion - National Trust Long Melford & Lavenham - quaint Suffolk Wool Towns

Oxburgh Hall - impressive Medieval House - National Trust

Kings Lynn - port and historic Georgian town centre - Summer Music Festival

Grafham Water - huge man-made lake - walking, cycling, watersports

Peterborough - modern shopping centre and Norman Cathedral

The North Norfolk Coast - charming fishing villages like Wells-next-the-Sea or Brancaster - visit Sandringham House - royal residence - at the same time.

The Suffolk Coast - Aldeburgh, Seaside fishing village and home of the International Music Festival, Snape & The Maltings Concert Hall, Orford, and a little further south, Constable country.

Ely Cathedral - click here to go to the Ely Cathedral website
Wicken Fen - click here to go to the Wicken Fen website
Wells-next-the-sea quay - click here to go to the Wells website

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