The Old Hall is a recently renovated Jacobean manor house, set in its own unique and historic estate of 2000 acres in the heart of Cambridgeshire. Since the Morbey family purchased the estate and house from Oliver Cromwells family in 1860, the estate has been developed by successive generations into a productive arable farm. The present generation, Anthony and Alison, diversified the house in 2010 into a 5 Star gold Bed and
Breakfast and an 'Exclusive Use' venue that is booked in its entirety for weddings, parties, conferences and private dinner parties. The Old Hall is located 1 mile from Ely, 12 miles from Newmarket, 15 miles from Cambridge and close to the borders of Norfolk and Suffolk. Ely railway station is a 5 minute drive away and this makes The Old Hall very accessible to London, other major cities and airports.
The Old Hall Ely, a privately owned country house wedding venue, located one mile from Ely, Cambridgeshire, in a beautiful countryside setting overlooking three ornamental lakes and Ely Cathedral itself.
The Old Hall in Cambridgeshire is renowned for its welcoming atmosphere and is run entirely by the Morbey family, who have many years experience in hosting private events. We pride ourselves from being the opposite end of the spectrum from a hotel - flexible, creative and personal. You and your guests will be able to enjoy the exclusive use of our beautiful house and grounds and is one mile from Ely railway station which has excellent links to London and the rest of East Anglia.
Type of Cuisine:
We can cater for any type of wedding, from traditional classic dishes to world cuisine
Directions by car:
From Cambridge/ A10: On approaching the first roundabout on the outskirts of Ely, take a right turn signposted A142/Stuntney/Ely Train Station. Continue on the A142, under the railway bridge, over the river and out of Ely.
Continue for approximately 1 mile, passing the first sign into Stuntney village on your right, you will now see The Old Hall on the left-hand side on a hill
From Newmarket A14: Exit A14 at junction 37 signposted A142/Newmarket/Ely. Follow A142 towards Ely/Stuntney. Go around the village bypasses of Fordham and Soham and on towards Stuntney.
Pass the first signpost into Stuntney village (on the left hand side) and the entrance to The Old Hall is after approximately 200 metres on the right-hand side, with the wooden gates set back from the road.
(If you pass the second signpost into Stuntney then you've gone too far).
Directions by public transport:
Ely train station has direct trains to London Kings Cross/St. Pancras and the Eurostar terminal, journey time taking approximately 66 minutes. There is also a direct train to London Stansted Airport.
There are also regular busses to Ely from Cambridge and Newmarket.