Huntingdonshire is centred around the beautiful River Great Ouse and its historic market towns. Huntingdon and Godmanchester, St. Ives and St. Neots nestle on the banks of the river combined with interesting attractions, quality restaurants’ cafes and individual shops.
Ramsey is in a unique setting on the edge of the Fens offering a variety of inns, restaurants, shopping and a warm welcome.
A beautiful 14th century bridge links Huntingdon and Godmanchester over the River Great Ouse. Godmanchester was a major settlement in the Roman Era, and became one of England’s first Boroughs in 1212.
St. Ives is a picturesque town to visit. At its Heart is the 15th century Bridge and chapel, one of four remaining in the Country.
St. Neots is the largest Town in the County. The Market Square remains the centerpiece where a weekly Market has been held every Thursday since its foundation in the 12th Century. Riverside Park and Priory Park are places to relax on a fine day.
Huntingdonshire also has a wealth of stunning villages nestled in the peaceful countryside. Riverside parks and open meadows invite you to explore the local wildlife and scenery.
With an excellent range of accommodation, attractions, countryside and leisure pursuits, close to Cambridge and with good communication links to London, the Cotswold’s, Suffolk and the Norfolk coast this is a wonderful area for the business or leisure visit and an ideal central point to use as a base for day visits.
Huntingdonshire is a special place and we hope you enjoy discovering our district.