The Red Lion Stretham

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47 High Street Stretham Ely

The Red Lion Stretham, Ely

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The Red Lion is a former Coaching Inn situated in the centre of the village of Stretham near Ely in Cambridgeshire. Serving food at lunchtime and in the evening the pub has a great local bar beer garden and a conservatory style restaurant. You ll always be greeted with a friendly welcome at our traditional country pub.

The Red Lion boasts 11 ensuite bedrooms which are tastefully decorated and well appointed. Free Wi-Fi available.

 3 star rating

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