13 properties in or near to March, Cambridgeshire
Recognised by all the major food guides, The 17th Century Anchor Inn offers modern British Cuisine with an emphasis on seasonal and traditional ingredients. We have 4 Guest bedrooms. The rooms offer a variety of accommodation to suit every need and have been awarded 4 Stars by the AA and Tourist Board.
Whether your visit to the Isle of Ely is for business or pleasure, a warm welcome awaits at Grove Barn Guest Rooms. Our luxuriously appointed rooms have king size Beds and are all en-suite.
The Old School is set in an acre of gardens and horse paddocks, with splendid views across the Fens onto Ely Cathedral. The 3 bedrooms and the breakfast room are all on ground floor level. They are accessible for guests with impaired mobility.
The Dog in a Doublet has everything you could want, whether it's for a overnight stay or a long weekend away... some home made crisps and a pint of homemade cyder by the open fire or a bottle of English wine together with a meal in front of the open plan kitchen... a 16th century room in the old building or a camping stay in the farm grounds... the Dog in a Doublet has it all.
The Falcon Hotel is a charming 17th Century Coaching Inn situated in a quiet street within the old market town of Whittlesey on the western edge of the Fens.
Edna and Peter would like to welcome you to 'The Gate House', which is a modern home offering excellent accommodation for our guests, rated VisitEngland 4 Star Gold and AA 4 Gold Star Award. The house overlooks a spur on the Great River Ouse, with easy access to pathways alongside the river.
Have some fun in the Fens at Fourwinds B&B, with canoeing, fishing and archery instruction on site - 2 miles outside March Town. Rooms offer versatile accommodation, either twin or double/king format and spacious accommodation for family/multiple occupancy. Extensive free parking on site also suitable for larger vehicles. Prices include award winning breakfasts, high speed internet, complimentary toiletries and room refreshments. Visit England 3 Star Silver and Breakfast award.
Your hosts Vincent and Sarah have worked in the hospitality industry for over 10 years. Our philosophy is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
Ye Olde Griffin is a newly refurbished old coaching inn, in the centre of March. It has good food, free Wi-Fi in the bar, and a relaxed and comfortable environment. The pub shows sport channels and has entertainment at weekends. It has direct train links to Stansted Airport ( 1hour) ***Please note the pub has entertainment on Friday, Saturday and Sunday***
Shire Lodge is a small and friendly family bed and breakfast/guest house/hotel with Sky HD (in the main lounge) in Bury Near Ramsey, Huntingdon and run by Shona and Bob. Set in its own spacious and peaceful grounds surrounded by beautiful countryside on the edge of Bury village. With its own off road parking. Please note 2 small pets or 1 large pet per room and there is a charge per animal. £2.00 per small dog per night and £3.00 large dog per night. Check in time on day of arrival is by 9pm.
Wood Paddock B&B is located on the outskirts of March town centre & a 5 minute walk from the Station. We offer spacious, clean, comfortable 4 star accommodation. All rooms come with free WiFi, flat screen TV, hair dryer, towels, shampoo & a refreshment tray. The Triple room has its own luxury private bathroom . The King Room has an en-suite, Self contained Annexes & Superior Bungalow have their own kitchens. Garden Lodges include Breakfast within the main house. There is free secure parking.
At Kenilworth Gardens we provide short term accommodation on a B&B or Serviced Accommodation basis. We have 3 cabins for hire, each of which is self contained, with an en-suite shower room. All rooms have a kettle, fridge, T.V., microwave, and a hair dryer. All towels and bedding is provided. We provide a cold breakfast selection within each room, and tea, coffee, milk, sugar and biscuits. The cabins are located in a garden and orchard environment. We provide free parking & WiFi
The Cross Keys Hotel in Chatteris is a 16th Century Coaching Inn in a pleasant Fenland Town, set between the two cathedral cities of Ely and Peterborough. Surrounded by rich farmland, known as the Covent Garden of England. Chatteris is the Gateway to the Fens, a flat waterway system. It is believed Samuel Pepys stayed here in September 1663, as did Oliver Reed. The Cross Keys Hotel in Chatteris is also on the convergence point of three Ley Lines, one being through Stonehenge itself.