St Neots is a charming market town located in west Cambridgeshire and is the largest and fastest growing town in the county with a population over 40,000. Nestled around the banks of the River Great Ouse, the town has a rich medieval heritage and there is plenty to offer, from dining out, browsing eclectic shops and markets, enjoying outdoor pursuits and riverside activities or enjoying seasonal events and entertainment. Families will enjoy the renowned skate park, leisure centre, public parks, bowling alley and cinema complex.
Huntingdon is an important bridge-head where the A1, the Great North Road, crosses the River Great Ouse near to Hinchingbrooke House, once home to both the Cromwell's and then in more recent times John Major, who became the youngest Prime Minister of the 20th Century. With Hinchingbrooke Hospital, leisure centre, sought after schools and an improved town centre boasting a range of high street shops, Huntingdon is very popular with families.
Huntingdon is one of the five principal towns in the District of Huntingdonshire, the others being St Ives, St Neots (the largest town in the County of Cambridgeshire), Ramsey site of the former Abbey and the Roman town of Godmanchester located just across the River Great Ouse from Huntingdon.
All of these locations and surrounding villages are served by our office. Both Huntingdon and St Neots boast direct train links into London and Peterborough as well as bus services to Cambridge.