The Best Landmark in Huntingdonshire

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Huntingdonshire, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Abbey School, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire PE26 1DH

Since 1537

Historical Landmark, Historical Buildings, Tourist Attraction, Gatehouse, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places & Venue Hire

It is a Grade I listed building - The gatehouse is Perpendicular Gothic and was built late in the 15th century - An ornately carved exterior with a glorious oriel window, is all that survives of the gatehouse

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Looked a great historic place to visit. Unfortunately it was closed without a notice saying why. Didn't stop our fun though we sat in the lovely area and had a picknick.
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Brampton Road, Huntingdon, Cambs, Huntingdonshire PE29 3BN

Since 1538

House, Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Tourist Attraction, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Venue Hire, Weddings, Balls, Dinner Dances and Conferences, Product Launches, Exhibitions, Concert, Performance & Event Venue

It was built around an 11th-century Benedictine nunnery - It is a Grade I listed building - Queen Elizabeth I came here, King James I was a regular visitor and Oliver Cromwell played here as a child

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We had our wedding reception at Hinchingbrooke House in September this year and it was amazing. We couldn't of asked for a better day! The venue was perfect, the organisation by all the staff especially Teri made it completely stress free. All the food was lovely throughout the day which many of our guests commented on. I would not hesitate in reccommending Hinchingbrooke House as a wedding venue, we have made the most amazing memories here and it is now a very special place to us!
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Kimbolton, Huntingdonshire PE28 0EA

Since 1615

Castle, Landmark, Architectural Structure, Historical Places, Norman Castles, Tudor Castle, Warren House, Haunting, Tours, Facilities, Heritage Room Houses, Group Visits, School Visits, Local Accommodation, Wedding & Special Occasion

The work was carried out by a local builder called William Coleman, probably to designs by the Kings Lynn architect Henry Bell - The castle was bought by Sir Henry Montag - The castle was used by the Royal Army Medical Corps during World War II

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They have a rich and fascinating history that has seen it develop from a wooden motte and bailey castle in Norman times, into the building it is today - home to Kimbolton School. The family seat of the Dukes of Manchester, it is famous as the final home of King Henry VIII's first wife, Queen Katharine of Aragon.
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