The Nyton

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

7 Barton Road
Ely
Norfolk
England
CB7 4HZ

The Nyton, Ely

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The Nyton is situated in a quiet residential area of Ely in 2 acres of beautiful gardens immediately adjacent to the 18 hole golf course. The magnificent Cathedral is a 10 minute walk away as is the city centre. Our lovely oak panelled dining room provides the right atmosphere for you to enjoy our delicious cuisine together with a fine wine list to suit all tastes.

All our rooms are en-suite and attractively decorated. Most rooms have a lovely view of our gardens or the Cathedral.

 4 star rating

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