Park Inn

Telephone House, Wentworth St, Peterborough, PE1 1BA, United Kingdom
Park Inn by Radisson Peterborough
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91%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
36%
110
Very Good
40%
123
Average
15%
47
Poor
4%
14
Terrible
2%
8

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Value Score No Data

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  • Families85
  • Couples88
  • Solo81
  • Business61

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Heading west on the River NeneHeading west on the River Nene

Travel Tips for Peterborough

Pub legends - Clark Gable & the fab Four

by sourbugger

We are not exactly a city known for its celebrities. Apart fron Nobby the Tramp (see intro page) the three most famous have car parks named after them at the Queensgate shopping centre.

I would like a new one added : Clark Gable who lived here during some of the Second world war. The following come from the Pcamra website :

"On a scale of 1 to 10 of famousness, a genuine 10 would have to be someone like Clark Gable. Did Mr Gable visit Peterborough? Yup he sure did, not only did he visit but he also frequented many of the pubs locally. During World War 2, Mr Gable came over to England to help with the war effort as a gunnery instructor. He was stationed at Polebrook airfield not too far away. It was whilst in the area that he took it upon himself to visit various bits of the locale, and not surprisingly he occasionally found himself in the occasional licensed establishment. One such public house he frequented was reputed to be the Blue Peter, Padholme Road. In fact, he not only frequented the place but became quite a regular! It was noted that he became such a regular that he became a good friend of the landlord and his good lady, and on some occasions was actually seen taking the landlady's dog for a walk in Padholme Road fields! Now, by the 1940's Clark Gable was a huge box office success, to see him walking a dog in what must have been a quiet part of Eastgate should have caused a bit of a stir at least!!! We can only guess what the modem equivalent might be - Arnold Schwarzenegger just popping in to WH Smith's for an Evening Telegraph or perhaps Mel Gibson buying a bag of ready salted and a pork pie in Marks & Spencers??" Urban myths still continue to this day. Some believe that the Beatles whilst visiting Peterborough in the Sixties signed their names to a piece of wallpaper in the Star pub, Star road. Great story, but why would the fab four visit such a crappy back-street boozer ?

The pub is still there, but I doubt a tourist has ever visited it.

Key Ferry

by Tom_Fields

This is another fun way to experience Peterborough. During your visit to the UK, you should try to get a ride on one of the long, narrow riverboats. This one travels up and down the River Nene between Peterborough city centre and Ferry Meadows, a lovely suburban park west of the city.

My Travel to Peterborough

by shoaiblatif

"About Peter Borough"

Your intro is a short summary on the time you spent in a particular place. Feel free to be creative! Share whatever (good and bad) you think might be interesting to your fellow travelers and encapsulates your experience.Your intro is a short summary on the time you spent in a particular place. Feel free to be creative! Share whatever (good and bad) you think might be interesting to your fellow travelers and encapsulates your experience.Your intro is a short summary on the time you spent in a particular place. Feel free to be creative! Share whatever (good and bad) you think might be interesting to your fellow travelers and encapsulates your experience.Your intro is a short summary on the time you spent in a particular place. Feel free to be creative! Share whatever (good and bad) you think might be interesting to your fellow travelers and encapsulates your experience.

"Disappointing"

We were visiting friends and thought the hotel would make an ideal base, which it was. The bed was comfortable and the room was a decent size. And they are the only positive things I have to say. The staff were arguementative (having booked a room with breakfast only to be told that I had to prove it and yesWe were visiting friends and thought the hotel would make an ideal base, which it was. The bed was comfortable and the room was a decent size. And they are the only positive things I have to say. The staff were arguementative (having booked a room with breakfast only to be told that I had to prove it and yesWe were visiting friends and thought the hotel would make an ideal base, which it was. The bed was comfortable and the room was a decent size. And they are the only positive things I have to say. The staff were arguementative (having booked a room with breakfast only to be told that I had to prove it and yes

"ATROCIOUS"

A complete and utter rip off! How this hotel gets away with it I'll never know. The prices of the food and drink are outrageous. The receptionists dont have a clue what they are doing o, the bar staff are slow and unattentive, the bedrooms are dated and the Leisure facilities defy belief! I have never stayed at a hotelA complete and utter rip off! How this hotel gets away with it I'll never know. The prices of the food and drink are outrageous. The receptionists dont have a clue what they are doing o, the bar staff are slow and unattentive, the bedrooms are dated and the Leisure facilities defy belief! I have never stayed at a hotelA complete and utter rip off! How this hotel gets away with it I'll never know. The prices of the food and drink are outrageous. The receptionists dont have a clue what they are doing o, the bar staff are slow and unattentive, the bedrooms are dated and the Leisure facilities defy belief! I have never stayed at a hotel

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Address: Telephone House, Wentworth St, Peterborough, PE1 1BA, United Kingdom