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The Red Lion Stretham


47 High Street, Stretham Ely, Ely, CB6 3LD

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About the hotel

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.

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Showing Friday 9 December 2016 to Saturday 10 December 2016

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Disabled Facilities, Lift to all floors
Car parking available onsite

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14:00 22:00
Max Child Age
Up to 12 years old
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The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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Very Good

All reviews (7)

86% would recommend it to a friend


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  • L Judge

  • July 2016

The Red Lion Stretham

Overall the hotel was a reasonable standard for the money spent.

The room was slightly tatty with a broken light shade dust in the light in the bedroom and broken and chipped tiles in the bathroom. The outside of the hotel needs an overhaul with paint peeling off the windowsills. On the plus side the staff were very friendly and the breakfast was delicious.

  • Peter W

  • December 2015

Our general impression was that the staff were new or inexperienced in offering accommodation.

We were told that the room was ready. We had arrived a little early and would not have been surprised if we'd had to wait a few minutes but we were shown to the room which turned out not to be ready. We were offered a drink while we waited which was good but the tea was cold. They seemed to use an urn or water heater - and again at breakfast- the water was not hot enough to make tea. A kettle would have been better. The evening meal was pretty good and the breakfast fine. In the early evening there were some noisy people at the bar which was potentially off- putting to diners. The bar staff seemed to be friends of them and chatted away which encouraged more noise. We felt that it was not in the best interests of the pub to approach things in this way. All in all the pub has the potential to be a good option in a nice village but perhaps it needs to consider what its market is and how they could be more customer focussed.

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