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Charlotte House Hotel
Peterborough
Cambridgeshire

PE2 9BP | View map

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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.

Pay us a visit and you will be spoiled and pampered in our old Victorian building with all modern facilities combined with an old fashioned touch. Our aim is to please and make your stay a pleasant one.

Ten minutes stroll from the town centre, Peterborough is well known for its cathedral, museums, art gallery, Nene Valley Steam Trains & excellent shopping centre. Key theatre and Flagfen 1000bc are worth a visit, and all year round you can go to the greyhound stadium.

We are quite close to the passport office. East of England Show Ground is ten minutes in the car. Indoor & Outdoor Swimming Pools and a good selection of Sports & Leisure Gyms are within walking distance.

All rooms are fully en-suite (we are a non- smoking Guest House) and rear car parking is available.

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