A very warm welcome from Bruce and Denise at The Letter B Public House - Whittlesey. One of the Town's best known Public Houses for live music and quizzes. It hosts two Bars with an excellent choice of real ales and real ciders in both. We have B&B facilities which are ideal for contractors and Anglers. For Room bookings call us or email: email@example.com
Whittlesey is located between the city of Peterborough, 6 miles (10km) to the west and the town of March, 11 miles (18km) to the east, and is bordered to the north by the river Nene and to the south by Whittlesey Dyke. Historically it was connected to Peterborough and March by the Roman Road, Fen Causeway, constructed in the first century AD, a route approximately followed by the modern A605.
The Rail Station is on the line between Peterborough and Ely (historically the Great Eastern Line), with direct trains to Cambridge, Birmingham, Liverpool, Leicester and Stansted Airport.
53-57 Church Street, Whittlesey, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE7 1DE
Phone: 01733 206975
The Letter B has a number of quality rooms available for guests who are visiting the Fens for enjoyment or contractors working in the area.
Home cooked evening Meals are also an option for our guests.
We can sleep 8 persons in total
2 x Twin Rooms - 1 x Single Room - 1 x 3 Beds - 2 x Bathrooms
Tea & Coffee making facilities in all rooms
For Room bookings call us on 01733 206975 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer you our full facilities for Funeral / Wake Catering and Private Functions. including:
Buffet menu options
Tea / Coffee available from our Bar facilities
Privately owned Free House
A warm welcome and friendly service
For bookings call us on 01733 206975 or email: email@example.com
The Letter B is host to Lions International who meet every month.
The Letter B is also involved in fundraising and has raised thousands for local charities including Whittlesey First Responders and MAGPAS through charity bike rides, golf matches and regular quizzes.
We also have great pride in sponsoring the games stand at Peterborough Beer Festival.