Ship Inn1 Nene Parade
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Thatched Grade II listed riverside pub built in 1680, with extensive riverside moorings. The unusual carved beams are said to have "fallen off a barge" during the building of Ely Cathedral. Quaint wobbly floor and wall lead to the toilets and a small games room. Friendly and welcoming atmosphere and a large collection of pump clips. Reopened in March 2010 as a free house, after a major refit. Received a CAMRA Gold Award in April 2012 and has been a guide regular since then. Now serving breakfast Wednesday to Sunday. Another Gold Award in 2019.