In the quiet Cambridgeshire Fenland seven miles from the historic city of Ely, the Anchor Inn is an award winning AA rosette pub. Despite its rating, a three course lunch can be had for under £20 and an al a carte dinner for about £30. Recommended as a place to walk, twitch or chill, it has four rooms including two suites which are also suitable as family rooms.
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The Anchor was built around 1650 to house the workers, mainly Scottish prisoners of war captured by Oliver Cromwell, who built the large drainage ditches.