06:00 Saturday 28 June 2014

Peacocks Fine Bed and Breakfast wins three awards

Written byJORDAN DAY

George and Rachel Peacock, owners of Peacocks Tearoom and Peacocks Fine B&B. George and Rachel Peacock, owners of Peacocks Tearoom and Peacocks Fine B&B.

Peacocks Fine Bed and Breakfast (B&B) has won three awards just months after it opened.

The tearooms, in Waterside, Ely, are renowned for scooping prizes – but it was only last winter that its owners, Rachel and George Peacock, opened two luxurious B&B suites at their stunning home behind the tearooms.

Just months after opening, they have won three awards from Enjoy England.

The B&B has not only scooped a ‘Gold’ award, and four stars, but it has also been handed a special Breakfast award.

The tearooms have also just won another TripAdvisor certificate of excellence.

Rachel said: “We’re delighted with the awards – especially so soon after the B&B opened. Things are going really well – people seem to love what we’re offering.”

Visit www.peacockstearoom.co.uk for information.

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