Hotels in Peterborough

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About Peterborough

About Peterborough

Located on the River Nene and about 75 miles north of London, the historic city of Peterborough in Cambridgeshire has an impressive array of parks, cultural attractions, and beautiful country houses. Peterborough Cathedral is the jewel in the city's crown and is well-known for its Gothic facade. With the archaeological site at Flag Fen, the splendour of Burghley House, and historical art collections at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Peterborough is a treasure trove for holidaymakers. On a holiday in Peterborough, you'll also be able to enjoy a variety of fun festivals and events throughout the year.

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What to see in Peterborough

Completed in the 13th-century and with stunning architectural features, Peterborough Cathedral is one of England's finest cathedrals. This spectacular cathedral is the resting place of two queens and is a great example of medieval and Norman architecture. Located in the heart of the city centre, Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery houses a collection that will appeal to visitors of all ages. The museum is home to over 225,000 artefacts connected to social history, local archaeology, Roman pottery and a lot more. Longthorpe Tower, meanwhile, in the village of Longthorpe is best known for its well-preserved set of medieval paintings with secular, religious, and moral themes.

Nestled in Stamford, Burghley House is one of the UK's grandest Elizabethan houses, where you can explore beautiful state rooms and an extensive collection of artworks including Italian paintings, Japanese ceramics, and wood carvings. Burghley also includes a sculpture park, gift shop, and the Brewhouse Interpretation Centre. Stretching for 6 miles along the River Nene Valley, Nene Park features children's play areas, and lakes with a water sports centre providing windsurfing, sailing, and kayaking classes. Don't miss Ferry Meadows Country Park, where you can take a train ride, go fishing or boating.

Where to stay in Peterborough

You'll find a wide variety of hotels across Peterborough and its surrounding villages and towns. Staying in a hotel in Peterborough also means you'll be able to explore the cultural attractions of the wider Cambridgeshire area. The highlights in and around this county include Anglesey Abbey, Ely Cathedral and the University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Look for accommodation near the picturesque village of Stamford situated along on the River Welland to visit St Martin's Church, which features the monuments of the Cecil family, and the Stamford Museum, which focuses on the history of the region.

Or stay near Glatton located to the south-west of Peterborough, where you can see elegant Victorian houses, the Addison Arms Public House, and St Nicholas' Church. Also located to the south-west of Peterborough, the pretty village of Barnwell has a lot to offer visitors too. Be sure to visit Barnwell Manor, which is the former residence of the Duke of Gloucester and Barnwell Castle, known for its unique architecture.