St Ives

St Ives has one of only three bridges in Britain incorporating a chapel, a pub with a good claim to be the oldest in the land, and links to Cromwell celebrated with a statue on the old market place... Read More

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St Ives Antiques Fair
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Hotels in St Ives - 5 places to stay

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Old Ferryboat Inn

Old Ferryboat Inn

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Old Ferry Boat is the oldest inn in England, and its foundations have been dated back to 560AD. The inn overlooks the river Great Ouse, which winds it way ... More

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Oliver's Lodge Hotel


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The sunshine is coming, so why not treat yourself to a few days away this Spring/Summer at Oliver's Lodge Hotel. Excellent accommodation available at exceptional value, where you will be ... More

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Slepe Hall Hotel

Slepe Hall Hotel

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Slepe Hall was once a small country house and more recently a private boarding school for girls. Famous locally for it's excellent food & ever changing menus, Slepe Hall is ... More

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Forty Winks (0.22 miles)

Forty Winks
A small friendly B and B in the picturesque historic market town of St Ives, Cambridgeshire which has a 14th century bridge with a chapel in the middle and Cromwells statue in the town. En ... More | visit website
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Olivers Lodge (0.63 miles)

Olivers Lodge

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Oliver's Lodge Hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome to guests, whether staying for business or pleasure, with individual attention to guest's requirements and an enviable reputation for high quality food ... More

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Three Horseshoes (1.83 miles)

Three Horseshoes
Lovely country inn just 200 yards from the river in the historic and picturesque village of Houghton, 2 miles from St. Ives (pretty riverside town) and Huntingdon (historic market town) and just 20/25 minutes from ... More | visit website
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The Blue Cow (2.31 miles)

The Blue Cow

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The Blue Cow B&B offers a touch of luxury in an old converted stables, with a double bedroom, spacious lounge with two sofas, television and DVD, a fully equipped kitchen/breakfast ... More

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Gallows Guest House (2.43 miles)

Gallows Guest House

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Travelodge Huntingdon Fenstanton (2.79 miles)

Travelodge Huntingdon Fenstanton

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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Thorn House B & B (3.11 miles)

Thorn House B & B
Set in the quiet village of Fen Drayton, yet close to Cambridge and St Ives, our delightful, recently converted, bright and modern self-contained Guest Lodge offers both space and comfort. It has a double (or ... More | visit website
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Over Bed and Breakfast (4.06 miles)

Over Bed and Breakfast
Rooms are spacious and comfortable with large beds and 100% cotton sheets. Guests have their own en suite bathrooms with powerful showers and plenty of hot water and essential toiletries. Tea and coffee making, TV ... More | visit website
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Black Bull Coaching Inn (4.24 miles)

Black Bull Coaching Inn
About 30 minutes from Stansted Airport, The Black Bull Inn is a 400-year-old building, with a public bar featuring 3 large open fireplaces. The Black Bull has a selection of en suite rooms, and offers food ... More | visit website
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Old Bridge Hotel (4.28 miles)

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 | visit website

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