Stilton Lodge

16 North Street, Stilton Village, Peterborough, PE7 3RP, United Kingdom
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B&B near the train station

by christine.j

I've been looking at accomodation sites for Peterborough, but the only hotels or B&B I found were in the 80 to 100 GBP range. I don't want to spend that much. Does anyone know of a cheaper place? Since I'm going to take the train, it shouldn't be too far from the station.
Thank you for any help.

Re: B&B near the train station

by CAROLINEARCHER

Hi!

Have you tried the following site, it has some great B&B's at reasonable prices. Don't worry about the hotel being close to the train station, Peterborough is quite a small city, and taxi's and busses are readily available!

http://www.hotelsandguesthouses.net/placestostay-424-1-Peterborough.htm

Have a great trip

Caroline

Re: B&B near the train station

by christine.j

Thank you for your tip, I'll keep it for next time. During my trip last year I finally found a B&B in Bury St Edmunds and didn't make it to Peterborough at all. But maybe this summer.

Re: B&B near the train station

by CAROLINEARCHER

I live in a village on the Lincolnshire border but work in Peterborough, its a nice city. The cathedral is definately worth visiting, and apparently the Peterborough Museum (behind Barlcays Bank in town) is haunted!

Re: B&B near the train station

by christine.j

A haunted museum? That sounds interesting! What's the story behind the ghost, do you know?
I'll be going to the Cambridge area again this summer and we'll probably rent a car. This will make a trip to Peterborough much easier.

I see that you've joined VT just recently. So let me welcome you , it's a great site!

Re: B&B near the train station

by CAROLINEARCHER

Yeah the Cambridge - Peterborough drive is really easy.

Peterborough Musuem was featured on an episode of Most Haunted (Living/FTN), but i never saw the episode, I don't know anything about the story behind it, but my friend Vicki has been and said it was incredibly creepy.

Thanks for the welcome - how very nice of you!

Caroline

Travel Tips for Peterborough

Visit a Gurdwara

by sourbugger

The Sikh community in Peterborough has taken over the old nighclub on Boongate as it's new Gurdwara.

It is somewhat ironic that a club (trust me I know) where all sorts of immoral happenings went on is now a spiritually calming place of worship where drink, drugs and tobacco are banned.

The mirrors over the walls remain, and the basic layout where the dancefloor and DJ sets were still remain. It has however been transformed into a very peaceful & soothing place of worship where the Holy book (the Guru Granth sahib) can be read.

The Sikhs are a wonderfully hospitable people and from Friday to Sunday they will virtually force you to have a meal in the communal Langar (dining area). The veg. thali that was served was one of the best Indian meals I have ever had.

Feel free to ring up, or just turn up - you will find it a very fulfilling experience.

The address is :

Singh Sabha Gurdwara
Boongate
Peterborough

Beautiful bone carvings

by sourbugger

The Museum in Priestgate holds all the normal sort of stuff you would expect in a provincial museum. Unless you have a particular interest in Archaelogy or the writings of John Clare the poet, you might well be tempted to by-pass the place.

You would however be missing out on the impressive collection of bone carvings that have been saved from a prisoner of war camp !

The prisoner of war camp at Norman Cross near Peterborough was constructed for French and Dutch prisoners taken captive during the Napoleonic Wars at the start of the 19th century. Most of objects on display, consists of objects of carved bone and ivory, including model ships (many of the prisoners were sailors), guillotines, needle-work boxes and playing cards; and articles of straw marquetry.

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