Old Ferry Boat Inn

Address: Holywell Front, Holywell, Cambridgeshire, England, PE27 4TG, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on Holywell Front, Holywell, is near Houghton Mill (National Trust), Cambridge Tourist Information Centre, Cambridge Golf Club, and Ripping Yarns.
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    Travel Blogs from Holywell

    God bless the Internet!

    A travel blog entry by ahbard on Oct 18, 2015

    11 photos

    ... later. A taxi into Cambridge, because only the dim witted drive in. And the park and ride sounded complicated. Getting out of the taxi right in the front, 15 mins early, I was elated to see the magnificent building right there in front of me. At the entrance, a robed woman, questioned me. 'Here for the service?' I smiled and nodded my reply, trying to hid my glee and look like I belonged here. I expected to pay as there was an entrance fee, but not if you were attending a service its ...

    Mowing and hostel chores!

    A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Jun 01, 2014

    4 photos

    ... 8217;d sometimes
    come down from Brisbane on my days off to spend with the family and Mum and I
    would play with Aidan while Dad and Shannon worked in the yard (with poor Penny
    and Eddie both at work!!!).

    As I pushed the mower around the hostel lawns I thought
    of Dad and figured he’d be quite impressed with my straight lines and neat
    edges! I think I’ve now been added to ...

    Catching Up on Cambridge

    A travel blog entry by notallwhowander on Jul 09, 2013

    8 photos

    ... local sushi place has been my bigger struggle. I came alone because everyone else had opted to go on a pub tour the town over. I never even eat out alone in my own country so this was a new experience for me. In addition to that awkwardness it was a conveyer belt sushi place and I had no idea how it worked. So there I am, alone, with no idea how to order or pay, spilling water everywhere, just looking a fool. Plus the girl on the date taking place next to me kept talking to me, much ...

    Brian and Cathie's South American Adventure

    A travel blog entry by brianandcathie on Feb 07, 2013

    ... on the wrong side of dual carriage ways. The guide insisted that it was because roads were closed as it was the first day of the carnival. We did sea number of floats in course of preparation and slots of pretty people on the beaches. Next stop was the Sugar Loaf mountain which is reached using two cable cars, the first one goes to the top of a little mountain with views up to the top of Sugar Loaf and down to ground level. It was pretty misty and photos are not clear. ...

    Into the home straight

    A travel blog entry by kaygreen on Apr 15, 2011

    15 photos

    ... about 3) and you got to take your work of art home with you. This sounded like a great way to spend an afternoon, so off we went, selected our designs (yes, they draw them for you and you just paint in between the lines, so not much can go wrong), mixed our paints and spent about two hours ‘perfecting’ our paintings, to the regular disapproval and admonishment of the owner was taking it ever so slightly too seriously. The finished pieces will be on display in mine ...