Huntingdon

Huntingdon is an ancient town with history at every street corner, some great old buildings and of course links with Cromwell. The surrounding countryside is equally rich in rivers and lakes, including the vast Grafham Water... Read More

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Huntingdon Events

April
Family Fun Day
June
Abbots Ripton Hall Show
August
Race Meeting
September
East of England Classic Car Show
Mascot Grand National & Race Meeting
World Heart Day Walk
October
Huntingdon Park Gold Cup Day
December
Boxing Day Racing
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Hotels in Huntingdon - 8 places to stay

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Old Bridge Hotel

Old Bridge Hotel
The Old Bridge is a handsome 18th Century building overlooking the River Ouse. Its atmosphere balances that of a professionally run town-house hotel and a relaxed, bustling inn.

The 24 bedrooms are individually decorated to ... More | Double Room: From 125 | visit website
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George Hotel

George Hotel

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Recently refurbished coaching Inn dated around the 15th century. Situated in the centre of town within easy access of the A1 and A14.

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Elephant & Castle

Elephant & Castle
A traditional pub set in picturesque countryside yet close to major routes of A1 and A14, in between Huntingdon and Peterborough. The motel units are set to the rear of the pub within a large ... More | visit website
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Huntingdon Marriott

Huntingdon Marriott
Boasting excellent transport links, this contemporary-style 4-star hotel is set on the outskirts of Huntingdon, just minutes away from the A14, linking to the M11 southbound and the A1(M) north. Following a recent GBP 1.5 million ... More | visit website

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