Getting here

BY CAR (click for Google Map)

From the north

Southbound on the A1, take the A1307 exit, signposted Huntingdon. After 1 mile Huntingdon is again signposted to the left.

From the west

Huntingdon is clearly signposted from the A14 just after Ellington.

From the south or the east

Huntingdon is clearly signposted from both the northbound A1, after Buckden.

From the (new) A14 coming north east from Cambridge, you have to exit the road early, at the Swavesey turn, and take the A1307 (the old A14) into Huntingdon. If you miss that turn you can continue on the A14 and get off at the Brampton exit. This is however poorly signposted and you will need to use ‘Sat Nav’ of some sort.

…..Within the town

Take signs to the centre of Huntingdon. Get on the ring road and continue round until you see our ivy-covered building. Drive behind the building (to the right as you look at it) for access to the car park.

By train

Huntingdon train station is on the line between London Kings’ Cross or St Pancras and Peterborough. The journey takes between 45 minutes to an hour. Thameslink also provides a direct link, except Sundays, to London Bridge (80 minutes) and Gatwick Airport (two hours).

The hotel is 5 minutes from the station by taxi, or 15 minutes on foot. (Turn right out of the station entrance, walk along George Street to the town’s ring-road. Turn right and walk for a further 10 minutes, the hotel is on your right.)

Arrive by chauffeur

Click here to arrange chauffeur bookings.

Street map of Old bridge location