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Accommodation options can be selected based on your personal preferences. Above, you can see the number of properties that include a particular amenity in Huntingdon. HomeToGo's data reveals that internet and TVs are the most frequently offered amenities in Huntingdon. Three features that aren't often provided are fireplaces, saunas and cots.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Huntingdon
In Huntingdon, most of the properties in Huntingdon are hotel rooms, which represent 88.1% of the available options. Hotel rooms in Huntingdon have an average price of £103 a night as well as an average size of 17 m². Moreover, if you're travelling in a group of 2, hotel rooms are an excellent accommodation type in Huntingdon, as they can usually welcome 2 people. You could also consider other accommodation options in Huntingdon. For example, apartment rentals are another typical property type in Huntingdon, with 4 currently listed. Apartment rentals in Huntingdon are 85 m² on average, with prices averaging £116 a night.
Holiday cottages in the pretty market town of Huntingdon
Thatched cottages are the most traditional type of accommodation associated with this part of England and they certainly make the ideal holiday letting property. If you would prefer something more modern for your stay Huntingdon has a good selection of modern new-builds and town centre flats.
Where to find the best food in Huntingdon?
Cream teas and more in Huntingdon
An important British agricultural area, Cambridgeshire has no shortage of local produce to stock the shelves of farmers' markets or to appear on local menus. Traditional cream tea is always popular, with heaps of jam and thick cream on your scones. What could be better than a meal in a cosy country pub washed down with a glass of the locally brewed beer?
What are the best activities for families in Huntingdon?
Countryside fun in the Cambridgeshire area
This is a predominantly rural area of England, so get back to nature at one of the county's parks. One of the best is Ferry Meadows Country Park, where visitors can enjoy a wide range of walking and cycling trails along the shores of the lakes, take a pedalo out on the water or just let the kids go mad in the adventure playground while the adults relax with a coffee. Also popular is Houghton Mill, where wheat is ground into flour in the traditional way. During holiday periods families can learn all about the process of milling and may even get the chance to try baking with some of the produce.
Where are the unique attractions in Huntingdon?
Punting on the river and glorious architecture in Cambridge
Not far from Huntingdon is the University city of Cambridge which makes a perfect destination for a day trip. Wander among the thousand year old buildings and shady quadrangles, try your hand at punting a boat along the shallow River Cam, or hire a bike to explore the city like a student. Don't miss the stunning King's College Chapel, one of the UK's finest Gothic buildings.
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