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Highlights in Peterborough
- Medieval city
- Beautiful green areas
- Incredible monuments
- amazing recreational places
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Whether you're travelling on these holidays with a large or small group of people to the picturesque city of Peterborough, Holidu has plenty of options for you to choose from. From modern and spacious houses with all the amenities to spend your holidays with your family or groups of friends, to comfortable cabins and flats with beautiful views to enjoy with your significant other. These options offer a place of rest and relaxation without straying too far from the wonders that Peterborough has to offer.Holiday rentals with all the things you need
When travelling it is important to stay in a place where you can relax in comfort. This is one of the advantages of rentals and lettings here in Peterborough, where you will find everything you need and more. You can find rentals with Wi-Fi, fully equipped kitchens, fireplaces, and recreation centres with pool tables. Most also have beautiful terraces and gardens that you can enjoy when you want to spend the day outdoors without leaving the comfort of your letting. Don't hesitate and enjoy a relaxing holiday in Peterborough!
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The area and getting around
This city in Cambridgeshire, England, has a very traditional medieval-style layout. Its cathedral is one of its main attractions, you can sit in the grass expansion that is in front of it and enjoy its imposing architecture and mysterious aura. But this city has much more to offer you, besides the various museums you can visit, you can also explore the monuments that are located here, all with a unique architectural style with a lot of history behind. Now if you're also looking for something to delight your palate after a long day of walking around Peterborough, there are plenty of restaurant options to pick from, whether you're looking for a high calibre menu or a homelier, no-frills meal.Beautiful parks and green areas
In the centre of Peterborough you can find green spaces without going too far away. Nene Park stretches for 3.5 miles along the banks of the River Nene, with woods and trails for walking and cycling surrounded by the beautiful scenery. In addition to this park there are also places to spend the day outdoors, including lovely and colourful gardens as well as fun farms for a different kind of day out.
Travellers and activities
If you are travelling with your family and are looking for activities to do together, Peterborough has the ideal place for a fun-filled day out. Sacrewell is a farm that is open to the public and offers a wide variety of activities for its visitors. These include horse riding, visiting the other animals on the farm including ducks, rabbits and guinea pigs. You can also take a ride on the farm's tractors and find out how they work. And if you want to embark on an indoor activity, there's woodcarving with resident Glyn Mould in his workshop. You certainly won't run out of things to do in this magical place.Peterborough for nature lovers
A relaxing day out in nature is always a good plan, and Railworld Wildlife Haven Peterborough is the place for you. This natural haven, which combines a nature park full of wildlife with a railway museum, guarantees a unique day of fun. You can stroll through the gardens on the railways that are open to the public and visit the museum to see the different models of railways that are on display.
„Peterborough, relative to the rest of the UK, is sunnier than many other places, with almost 1,600 hours of sunshine a year.“
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This recreational centre, located in the heart of Nene Park, is a must when visiting Peterborough. There are countless things to do here, including horse riding, water sports on the lake, walks in the woods and meadows, and special playgrounds for children. And, if you wish to enjoy a delicious snack while you are here, there are lovely cafés waiting to serve you.2. Visit the wonderful Key Theatre
This theatre, located on the north bank of the Nene, is one of the main cultural destinations in the city of Peterborough. Here you can enjoy touring musicals, musical and dance troupes, as well as locally produced plays. At the end of the year, the Key Theatre stages family pantomimes, an event that has been going on for 40 years.3. Take a bet in Peterborough Greyhound Stadium
This incredible greyhound racing stadium is a place you must visit. As well as being able to place bets on the races every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, the stadium has other areas such as restaurants, fast food outlets and children's play areas.4. Discover new things in Flag Fen
This interesting site is located to the east of Peterborough, and is special for those who love history and archaeology. It is a Bronze Age structure developed some 3500 years ago, and consists of over 60,000 timbers arranged in five rows that create a wooden causeway across a bog.5. Shop at Queensgate
The Queensgate shopping centre is a renowned shopping centre opened by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands in 1982. In this centre you can find all the mid-market brands, such as Office, Paperchase, John Lewis, H&M, John Lewis, Lush, River Island, Superdry and M&S. Also if you are looking for a place to eat, there are chain restaurants such as Greggs, Pret, Costa, as well as famous fast food chains.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Peterborough
On average, how much do holiday lettings in Peterborough cost?
Peterborough is one of the cheapest destinations in the United Kingdom! For a stay here you will pay around £121.70 per night.
Which months allow you to save the most on holiday rentals?
Travellers who want to save as much as possible should visit Peterborough in February, January, and March which are the months that offer the most discounts, with average prices of £98.21, £101.46, and £103.23 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Peterborough?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Peterborough was December, with an average price of £143.44 per night. This was followed by November, with an average of £140.75, and July, with £140.49.
Is Peterborough a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to discover Peterborough, we recommend planning your visit ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 53% in the year 2020.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of properties available in Peterborough were May, June, and January with average availabilities of 60.6%, 57.5% and 51%, respectively.
When are fewer lettings available?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is March (only 39.5% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by February (40.2%), and April (43%).
How many lettings are available in Peterborough?
We have 160 properties for you in Peterborough, provided by our 7 local and international partners.