Days Out In St.Neots
Located 18 miles west of Cambridge, St Neots is a charming riverside town with a friendly and vibrant character. Although the largest and fastest growing town in Cambridgeshire St Neots still retains its rich heritage and charm, with plenty to offer the visitor.
An Enchanting Riverside Walk
The River Great Ouse undoubtedly draws the majority of visitors to the town. Passing directly through St Neots the river is enjoyed by boaters all through the year and the clean water also attracts anglers and even swimmers. The river runs through the Riverside Park, a popular location for residents and visitors alike, offering picturesque scenery with huge weeping willow trees. There are also picnic areas, children's play areas and many pleasant walkways and cycle routes to enjoy.
Hit the Shops
The thriving town centre offers a lively shopping experience, with hidden courtyards running off the main high street. Visit the weekly Market every Thursday and the Farmers Market (held on second and fourth Saturday of each month) for a chance to meet local producers and sample some delicious goods. Regular Continental markets also visit the town.
Browse the local shops for unique gifts and indulge in some excellent food at one of St Neots many restaurants, pubs and cafes.
St Neots offers an ecletic mix to cater for every taste and preference. With such an abundance of choice, the town also boasts a 4th place ranking in the Daily Telegraph’s Top 20 ‘Foodie’ Hotspots.
Head over to Wyboston Lakes and indulge in an afternoon of relaxation
The 18 hole par 70 golf course, set in 350 acres of countryside alongside the banks of the River Great Ouse, is the perfect place to unwind after a busy day or alternatively why not enjoy the new Y Spa with its extensive range of spa treatments and facilities including the innovative thermal spa suite with its soft sauna and fantastic views of the hydrotherapy pool, a salt cabin, steam room, and a never seen before ice experience to cool guests off after a ‘steamy session’.