Places to go out & eat & drink in Huntingdon
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Huntingdon

Places to eat & drink in Huntingdon.

The 'sister' towns of Huntingdon and Godmanchester have distinctive Roman origins. Godmanchester started out as a settlement on a crucial crossroads - the Via Devana ran from Colchester to Chester while Ermine Street linked London with York. The town became one of England's earliest boroughs and was granted a charter in 1213. Today it forms part of Huntingdon and the two are separated only by a stretch of land crossed by footpaths and channels of the River Great Ouse.

Handsome Huntingdon boasts a beautiful 13th century road bridge, a number of fine Georgian properties and a strong association with the Cromwell family. Oliver 'Lord Protector' Cromwell was born here and was baptised at All Saints Church, where his father is buried. The George Hotel was once owned by his grandfather while his great-grandfather owned Hinchingbrooke House which was bought by Sir Sydney Montague in June 1627 and remained in his family until the 1960s.

Oliver Cromwell and the diarist Samuel Pepys were both pupils at Huntingdon's old grammar school, which is now the Cromwell museum.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Huntingdon or surrounding areas.

Places to eat & drink in Huntingdon...

20 Chapel Street, Alconbury, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 4DY
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A delightful VB 2 Star graded family run inn, offering excellent guest accommodation. Located in the picturesque village of Alconbury near Huntingdon, ideally situated for Cambridge and Peterborough. All rooms are en-suite and to a high standard. Traditional full English breakfast is served to set you up for the day. Full menu and bar snacks available. Wide selection of Real Ales, Lagers and Wine. Open all day on Saturday and Sunday. Private functions catered for. Ample Parking is provided at the rear. We look forward to welcoming you soon. What is Black Rock Grill? It's a unique, delicious, healthy interactive dining experience...served daily.
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Fen Road, Pidley, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3DF
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Situated in the small rural village of Pidley, close to Huntingdon, Lakeside Lodge Golf Centre offers rooms featuring Tea/Coffee making facilities, a Flat screen TV, complimentary WI-FI and en-suite showers.

Whether you're a beginner or pro there's 4 golf courses to suit all handicaps, and a floodlit driving range for those wishing to practice their skills. Indulge your taste buds in the Bar and Restaurant, we also have a Ten Pin Bowling Alley with 4 full size lanes, a health club with personal trainers and classes available, along with confrence facilities.

We look forward to welcoming you soon and making your stay as relaxing or as action packed as you wish it to be.
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The Old Bridge Hotel

1 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TQ
Tel: 01480 424300    Fax: 01480 411017

The Old Bridge Hotel is a highly successful establishment where failure to book may cost you dear. Buzzing with life and bonhomie the place is a living example of the fact that it is not necessary to pay the earth to enjoy excellence. The wine list has won every award that UK guide books can offer. The eclectic choice includes 20 that are available by the glass.
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Pizza Express - Huntingdon

105 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3LB
Tel: 01480 434446

Pizza Express remains a hugely popular bedrock of casual eating. Its popularity is testimony to the fact that across the country, they have restaurants where you will always be guaranteed a good nosh, with children's tastes being well catered for. The wine contains some surprisingly good offerings, especially their non-oaked Italian Chardonnay from Araldica, while the house wines are very drinkable indeed.
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