The Old Bridge, Huntingdon

  Sat aside the River Ouse, The Old Bridge, Huntingdon, is the epitome of classic Georgian architecture; with an imposing facade clad in a curtain of lush green ivy, it’s a building that commands attention. Inside, the rooms are eclectic and varied, from the quirky, individually styled boutique bedrooms, to the ‘hunstman’s lodge’ feel of […]

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All aboard!

Quite an appetite can be worked up wandering around the shops at Serpentine Green, so you can’t be blamed if upon sight and smell of the Gourmet Bus, you start feeling decidedly ravenous and jump on board. All decked out in stainless steel and neon, with the aroma of flame grilled burgers filling the air, The Gourmet Bus is bringing […]

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An elegant spot for coffee…..

The Wansford Country Lounge opened at the start of November, offering passers by and business folk a delightful spot to stop and enjoy a bite to eat, or get their business minds together over a cup of coffee in relaxed, stylish surroundings. The lounge has been given a cool but comfy industrial refurb, with walls being stripped back to bare brick, wood cladding and comfy leather […]

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A little piece of history…

Opened last Friday, Paten & Co is the latest and long-awaited addition to Stamford’s bustling bar scene. Previously The Periwig, which was one of publican Michael Thurlby’s first investments, the bar has undergone a complete transformation, and playing on the history of the original Paten & Co- a wine and spirits merchant which stood on the same site […]

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