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Hotels in Peterborough

Bell Inn
Great North Road
Stilton

Peterborough
Cambridgeshire

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The Bell Inn 'Birthplace of Stilton Cheese' offers today's discerning traveller first class accommodation, dining and conference facilities in the unique setting of the ancient inn.

Twenty two individually appointed bedrooms have been blended into the ageless stonework offering Old World charm, relaxing comfort and modern amenities. Some include four poster beds and Jacuzzi baths.

Our award-winning Galleried Restaurant offering superb cuisine and attentive service in 16th century surroundings is the ideal venue for a special meal. Alternatively, the Village Bar offers an excellent menu ranging from a light snack to a hearty home-cooked meal.

We are sited just off the A1(M),with easy access to all main transport routes and the thriving city of Peterborough.

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Nearest Train Station: Peterborough
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Number of Rooms: 22
Number Ensuite: 22

Price per Room:

Double: Standard 105 - Deluxe 118
Twin: 88
Single: 78
Four Poster: 138
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Restaurant

Cuisine: English/French
Chef: Robin Devonshire
Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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