The Great Northern Hotel, Peterborough opened on April 1, 1852 at a cost of £2,500. It was designed by architect Henry Goddard and during its early life, its ownership was linked with that of the nearby railway.
Today, the Great Northern Hotel is an oasis of historical charm right in the heart of Peterborough. Whether you’re looking for a city break away, to host a motivational conference or for a truly magical Wedding Day, the Great Northern Hotel is the ideal location.
More about Great Northern Hotel:
41 individually styled, ensuite bedrooms
Circa 1852 restaurant, serving delicious food all day
Multiple meeting & conference rooms,
seating from 2 to 140 people
Two rooms available for your wedding ceremony,
wedding breakfast and evening reception
Located opposite Peterborough train station -
very easy to find
For more information about the Great Northern Hotel, please see our FAQs page, or contact us directly on 01733 552595.