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St Neots still retains its character as a country market town and the Market Square is one of the largest and most ancient of its kind in the country, dating back to the 12th century.

A market has been held upon this square every Thursday since its foundation.

The Hotel is positioned directly opposite the entrance to Queensgate Shopping Centre, the largest of its kind in East Anglia, providing weather free access to the Hotel on foot from Peterborough Railway Station which is only a few minutes away, and probably quicker than taking a taxi!

The Hotel is also convenient for travelling to the wider area with easy access to the major road and railway networks.

Visit the weekly Market every Thursday and the Farmers Market (held on second and fourth Saturday of each month) for a chance to meet local producers and sample some delicious goods. Visit Paxton Pits Nature Reserve at Little Paxton, comprising 75 hectares of gravel pits, meadows, scrub and woodland next to the River Great Ouse.

also offer a comprehensive Restoration, Repair, Repolishing and Re-upholstery Services, all carried out by professional personel as well as individual Sourcing of specific items, Valuations and Advice - for further details see "Enjoy browsing through the following pages and if you are interested in buying from us, visiting us or any of our showrooms, receiving further details of any items viewed, using any of our services offered or even have something you are considering selling and wish to offer to us - we're always interested in buying quality items - then please do not hesitate to contact us :- by Our personal availability and opening times are limited and therefore it is always best to ring first before visiting so that we can be sure to be on hand to give you the personal service you deserve!

St Neots is a charming riverside town with a friendly and vibrant character.

Heathrow, Stanstead, and Gatwick Airports are just over an hour away by car.

Originally dating back to the seventeenth century, this grade two listed building has, over the years, been carefully restored and tastefully refurbished, to provide guests with a high degree of four star comfort, whilst our friendly and efficient staff offers service and hospitality which is unrivalled in the city.

Uncover the story of our historic market town in the award winning museum housed in the former magistrates’ court.

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