Bramble Corner B&B

Bed and Breakfast in Bluntisham, Cambridgeshire

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9 Rectory Road
PE28 3LN

Bramble Corner B&B, Bluntisham

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Delighful Victorian detached property set in half an acre of orchards and gardens. Set in a typical Fen village and literally next door to a pub that serves excellent quality evening meals. Local produce for breakfast plus eggs from our own chickens.

Homemade jams and marmalades, homemade yoghurt, and fresh fruit from our orchard when in season. Just minutes from the A14 with links to the M11 and A1, we are just 20 minutes from Cambridge, and 45 minutes from London Stansted Airport.

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