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Great Northern Hotel
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A delightful oasis within the city centre, the Great Northern Hotel is a truly classic 'Railway Hotel' with all the elegance and charm of the Victorian period. The main part of the building still retains much of its original structure designed in 1849 by Lincoln architect, Henry Goddard and built by Mr FW Costar. More than a century and half later, the recent extensive refurbishment by the new owners have ensured that the spacious and light rooms have been preserved, as well as additional banqueting and conference facilities made available. The restaurant which is open to non residents serves British Cuisine at its best.

Peterborough is in an ideal position for a leisure break, within easy reach of Cambridge, Ely and the horse racing at Huntingdon. Activities such as boating, bird-watching and walking expeditions at Rutland Water can all be arranged and diverse entertainment in the city together with its historical cathedral and Burghley House in nearby Stamford provide places of interest to visit.

The Great Northern Hotel has 37 rooms, all of which have en-suite bathrooms, full central heating, direct dial telephones, flat screen televisions and tea and coffee making facilities. The superior and deluxe rooms also provide a trouser press, hair dryer, and room safes. It also boasts a delight bridal suite.

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Number of Rooms: 37
Number Ensuite: 37

Price per Room:

Double: 80 - 140
Single: 50 - 95
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