The Railway Hotel is the third oldest hotel in Peterborough, having been built in 1891, opening on the 24th December. W Britten, Licensee. The building was described at the time as palatial, with the Copula Tower on the roof being a feature. The hotel has played host to Governors and high ranking officials during its 125 year history. In 1949 a murder/suicide in the hotel was big news at the time.
Some guests have reported some GHOSTLY happenings!
The bar is serving up all your classics Steaks, Parmi's and Pizza. There is a great little bar to chill with your mates and have a drink.
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