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Stukeley Hotel and surroundings

Stukeley Hotel is in the quiet village of Great Stukeley, adjacent to Little Stukeley. 

Heading towards Huntingdon, a 40 minute walk away, is the new housing estate of Stukeley Meadows,  with a further 15 minutes walking distance to Huntingdon town centre. In the opposite direction, its only a 15 minute walk to the the American Alconbury air base .

The hotel is situated in the middle of a busy business area, Alconbury Weird, Ermine Business Park  and St Peters Road.

Johnsons Farm

The Farm Shop provides a wide range of Home and locally produced Meats, Venison, Ostrich, Game and Poultry

Tea Rooms - what more could you ask?

Farm and Exotic Animals :Come and let your children have a look at (up-close) and in perfect safety Johnsons Variety of Normal Farm and Exot

Hamterton Zoo

Our play areas and picnic gardens have been widely praised. We have 2 play areas, one for babies and toddlers and the other for older children. The enclosed picnic and garden areas are great places to enjoy. and drinks

We have a good selection  of animals to see and some you can have contact with.
Hamerton is just 20 minutes from Peterborough, Oundle, Thrapston or Huntingdon.
Follow our white and brown signs from the A1M (at Sawtry, Junction 15) or from

Houghton Mill

Impressive working 18th-century watermill
Follow this amazing survival story of a mill that was almost demolished, then saved by the local villagers and restored to working order to carry on the tradition of milling on this site for over 1,000 years.

Set in an idyllic village location on an island on the Great Ouse River.  Come and experience the sound and atmosphere of a traditional working mill, have a go at making flour

Hinchingbooke Park

Open grasslands, meadows, woodlands and lakes cover 170 acres with a wealth of wildlife everywhere. Whether you are walking the dog, exploring with your children, enjoying tea and home made cakes in the cafe or having a picnic we are sure you will enjoy your visit.

The Park has a network of hard surfaced paths suitable for wheelchairs, pushchairs and all season walking. At wet times of year many other paths make wellies or sturdy boots essential to keep your feet dry!

Cromwell Museum

The Cromwell Museum in Huntingdon, is a museum containing collections exploring the life of Oliver Cromwell and to a lesser extent his son Richard Cromwell.  Oliver Cromwell was born in Huntingdon in 1599 and lived there for more than half his life. The museum is located in the former grammar school building in which Cromwell received his early education. Founded in 1962, the museum contains significant artifacts, paintings and printed material relating to the Protectorate.

Events

Peterborough Show Ground - Various regular events and shows, Bikes, Trucks, Farmers Show, East of England Show, and many more.


Wood Green - Animal shelter, and a wide variety of different Fairs and Shows.

 
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