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Cheap Hotels in St Neots

2 The Green
5.5 Miles from the centre
per night from £65
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Crosshall Road, Eaton Socon
0.8 Miles from the centre
per night from £160
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North Laurels Guesthouse Hotel

206 Great North Rd, Eaton Socon

Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in a common area.. Featured amenities include laundry facilities, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite..

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per night from £75
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Premier Inn St. Neots (Colmworth Park) Hotel

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2 Marlborough Road

Escape to the country with Premier Inn Hotel St Neots (Colmworth Park), just outside the charming riverside town of St Neots. With great transport links nearby, you'll be well placed for exploring business and leisure destinations across Cambridgeshire. Visit cathedrals, colleges and galleries, or stroll around the shops in Cambridge. Look back to the past at the Imperial War Museum Duxford. Try your hand at sailing, or just relax by the water at Grafham Water Park. After a busy day, unwind with a meal in our tasty restaurant, and relax in your huge, comfy bed. All reservations placed at this hotel are subject to Premier Inn's standard Terms and Conditions, which can be found at premierinn.com

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per night from £107
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Brook Barn with Sauna & Hot Tub Hotel

2 High Street, Great Paxton

In St Neots

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per night from £185
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Hotels in St Neots

The ancient market town of St Neots is in west Cambridgeshire, on the eastern side of England. Nestled around the banks of the River Great Ouse, the town's medieval heritage is still clearly evident today.

History

There have been settlements here for thousands of years, taking advantage of the rich clay soils in the valley of the River Great Ouse, and the access the waterway affords to trade links in Europe. Excavations have revealed that the Great North Road, just to the west and linking London to York and Scotland, was already a vital trading artery long before the Romans arrived. Around 1,000 years ago a Priory here acquired the bones of St Neot, a hermit from Cornwall, and a steady stream of pilgrims ensured the wealth of both the Priory and its surrounding community, which adopted the name of St Neots. The handsome market square that can still be seen today is a legacy of that early prosperity, which is also reflected in the Rivermill and Norman castle. There is an award-winning museum in the town, plus clearly marked trails with heritage boards that reveal the fascinating history of the area, through its beautiful buildings and some bizarre local characters!

Landscape

From St Neots hotels you can easily enjoy the lush and gently rolling countryside and a number of lovely parks. The Riverside Park provides peaceful walks along the riverbank, overlooked by huge weeping willow trees. Next to the park you will find Sudbury Meadow too, which is a conservation area filled with wildlife. The tranquil Great River Ouse is the most famous feature around St Neots, and there are ample opportunities to enjoy it. Anglers, swimmers and boat owners can all be found making the most of the clean water. You can take a relaxing River Boat Trip on weekends and bank holidays, between April and September, and absorb the ever-changing scenes between the Priory Centre and Eaton Socon Mill.

For a longer walk and some inspiring open spaces, visit Priory Park. Here you will find 80 acres of prime 18th-century parkland and extensive mature woodland, with plenty of great picnicking spots too.

Restaurants and Cafés

There's a varied mix of eating and drinking places in and around St Neots. You can choose one of the popular independent restaurants, a cosy coffee shop, or a family friendly pub, and you will also find some brilliant spots right on the river.

There is international cuisine of every kind, classic inns such as the Cambridgeshire Hunter, the Eaton Oak, and the George & Dragon, plus well-known café favourites such as the Ambiance Café in Riverside Park.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in St Neots

What are the best hotels to stay in St Neots?

The best hotels to stay in St Neots are The Eaton Oak Inn and The Eltisley.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in St Neots?

The cheapest price for a double room in St Neots is £65, offered by The Eltisley.

What are the best hotels in St Neots near the center?

If you want to stay near the center of St Neots, you can consider staying at The Eaton Oak Inn and The Eltisley.

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