Conveniently located travellers rest on the outskirts of Peterborough
Located just a few miles outside of the city centre, the Days Inn Peterborough provides travellers with an opportune resting place that offers ready access to the city amenities as well as a number of other attractions slightly further afield.
Situated at Junction 17 of the A1(M) motorway, connecting with the A605 to Northamptonshire, this 3-star inn is ideal for those travelling long distances up and down the country. A stop here can prove restful and relaxing, or a little busier should the guest feel that way inclined.
The hotels 82 spacious rooms offer a number of beneficial facilities, including en-suite bathrooms. Each room is equipped with a flat screen television with cable/satellite channels as well as a clock, hairdryer, and air-conditioning. Wireless internet connectivity is included as standard throughout the hotel. Some of the larger rooms also include a work desk as well as a retractable sofa bed. For families staying within the building, connecting rooms are available upon request.
A full English breakfast is available direct from the hotel, whilst the motorway services enclosure offers a range of alternative fast food restaurants and convenience stores. A childrens play area is situated next to the building which is perfect for the under 12s, who stay free. For a small additional charge visitors are permitted to bring pets with them. Parking is included free of charge.
Those staying at the Days Inn Peterborough can enjoy a number of sites and settings within the city centre. One of the most popular tourist sites in this Cambridgeshire settlement is Peterborough Cathedral. A huge gothic structure, the cathedral is one of the few twelfth century buildings still standing mainly intact today, lending it a large historic importance.
Elsewhere in the city centre, the Queensgate shopping centre, along with the high street, provides visitors with a perfect venue for indulging in a little retail therapy. For the more sporting-minded out there citys football team, Peterborough United, play at London Road stadium, whilst cricket, rugby and ice hockey teams can also be found participating across the city. A greyhound racing stadium is also a popular destination.
Outside of the city walls, visitors will find a plethora of activities to find amusement in. Both Burghley House and Longthorpe Tower provide buildings and grounds of historic and scenic merit, the latter being run by English Heritage. The Nene Park provides an enjoyable backdrop for a leisure walk, whilst its three lakes are also home to a variety of watersports.
The Nene Valley Railway is a particularly popular attraction. Having been axed during the 1970s, the 12km railway now serves as a leisure line for those looking to enjoy a brush with history. The line also features a railway museum for visitors to enjoy.
The East of England showground also hosts a number of events, including the annual agricultural event of the same name. It houses a speedway stadium, home of the Peterborough Panthers, as well as other motorsports events. From the Days Inn Peterborough this venue, as well as the many other city sites and neighbouring towns, is within easy reach.