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Tel code: 01733 | code search
Postcode: PE7 | code search
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Whittlesey Sunday Market & Car Boot
"Very small and not worth the visit, if it hadn't have been for the meat stall it would have been a wasted journey. Weather lovely, mid morning and the place was ..." More

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"Used their services.They were polite,efficient,on time and provide a first class service.Top class every time.

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Whittlesey is a town with two churches, set on the western edge of the Fens in Cambridgeshire. The town Centre has a labyrinth of streets that showcases architecture from several Centuries, the 17th Century Butter Cross stands proudly in the Market Square, and the old River Nene gently snakes it’s way past the edge of town. Whittlesey has an interesting Museum with a wealth of archaeology, costumes and even a 1950’s post office. Or there is always Flag Fen Bronze Age Museum, where the fascinating magical story of Bronze Age times unfold, with re-constructed Round Houses, the oldest wheel in Britain, and even a Roman Herb Garden, all set in 28 acres where the opportunity to enjoy lakeside Walks, with Swans, and Ducks for company is rarely beaten. Or perhaps the majestic architecture of Peterborough Cathedral wont fail to impress, founded in Saxon times, although mostly Norman architecture, has many treasures to admire. Katherine Of Aragon and Mary Queen of Scots are buried here. Or why not journey back in time on The Nene Valley Railway where Steam Locomotives travel through the picturesque Nene Park. With many different events at certain times, full scale ’Thomas’ and ’Railworld’ what more could be wished for……

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Black Bull Inn
Nags Head
Oatsheaf
Old Crown
Railway Inn
Soltice Celtic Bar
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Black Bull Inn
Bygone Bistro
Hong Kong Garden
Silver River
Sonargaon Tandoori
The Maltings
Three Horseshoes

School

Alderman Jacobs County Primary School

Coates Primary School
Hampton Vale Primary School
New Road Primary School
Park Lane Primary School
Sir Harry Smith Community College

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1st Call
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Swift Cabs

Sports Clubs

Whittlesey United (Amateur Football)

Shops

The Taste of Old Traditional Bakery
The Muffin Oven
J Jones
DB Freeman & Daughters
Buds & Blooms
Dawsons Flowers
Gift Galore
Westfield Nurseries
Jacko's Pet Foods
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Falcon Hotel (0.21 miles)

Falcon Hotel

The Falcon Hotel is an Inn at a Fenland Market Town between Peterborough & March on th A605. With 8 guest rooms, two bars, restaurant, function room & ample parking, it is a popular choice ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Peterborough Eye Green (4.42 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Peterborough Central (4.54 miles)

If you are looking for great value accommodation located within the city centre of Peterborough, look no further than the Travelodge Peterborough Central hotel. A great option for families, this Travelodge is close to many ... More | visit website

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Queensgate Hotel (4.65 miles)

Queensgate Hotel

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Following a GBP 1.25 million extension and refurbishment program, this beautifully preserved and maintained 19th century house, with many original architectural features, has been sympathetically transformed into our exclusive, comfortable, city ... More

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Bull Hotel (4.75 miles)

Bull Hotel
Originally a coaching inn skillfully refurbished to create an elegant, relaxed and quiet atmosphere. A very pleasant city centre hotel, offering well-equipped modern accommodation.

The Bull Hotel is an exclusive hotel in the heart of ... More | visit website
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Aragon House Hotel (4.77 miles)

Aragon House Hotel
As a 3 Star Guest House, the rooms are very comfortable, tastefully decorated and well equipped. There are a myriad of leisure activities to be enjoyed in Peterborough. Whatever your reason for visiting Peterborough, whether ... More | visit website
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Charlotte House Hotel (4.77 miles)

Charlotte House Hotel

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A splendid old Victorian Listed building. Just 5-10 minutes by car from the train and coach station, 10 minutes from the A1 motorway.

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Queens Walk Guest House (4.84 miles)

Queens Walk Guest House

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Queens Walk Guest House, is within 10 minutes walking distance of Peterborough City centre. This is a small, quiet, friendly, establishment, comprising 6 letting rooms. These, presently, consist of 3 ... More

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Da Rosalia Hotel (4.86 miles)

Da Rosalia Hotel
A family run hotel where the proprietors and staff do their utmost to ensure that your stay is both enjoyable and comfortable within a friendly and relaxing atmosphere. En-suite roms are available and tastefully decorated with:
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Lindens Guest House (5.06 miles)

Lindens Guest House

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The Lindens Guest House is located at the heart of this thriving city - only a few minutes walking distance of the extensive city centre shopping, the Cathedral, the theatre, ... More

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