The historic market town of Huntingdon is ideally situated on the main hub of the A14 and A1. Just 55 minutes by train from London and 25 minutes by car from Cambridge, the town is well served by public transport, including the ‘Busway’ guided bus to Cambridge. The nearest airport is Stansted, approximately one hour’s drive away.
Parking is FREE on Sundays and after 6pm in Huntingdonshire District Council car parks.
The fast A1 and A14 link Huntingdon to London (76 miles) in the south and the A1 links to Peterborough (24 miles) to the north. Cambridge is just 20 miles away on the A14, which is a main hub route for visitors from East Anglia.
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Huntingdon rail station is only 50 minutes, approximately, direct to London Kings Cross and has regular services to many stations.
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National Express operates daily services to various parts of the country.
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Fast and frequent buses between Huntingdon, St Ives and Cambridge. The service connects Cambridge, Huntingdon and St Ives and is the longest guided busway in the world. Services are operated by Stagecoach in Huntingdonshire and Whippet Coaches.
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