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On the border of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire is the market town of Royston, lying just west by 1 minute 27 seconds of the Greenwich Meridian and housing a Weather Station. It is the crossing point of two ancient roads, Icknield Way and Ermine Street, marked by Roisiaís Cross dating from the times of William the Conqueror and still present today. Beneath this monument a cave in the shape of a bell was discovered in 1742, it is carved from chalk, is believed to be unique and there has been much speculation about itís origins and use, although possibly the Knights Templar used it in the 13th century. The museum was first established in 1856 but has moved location within Royston several times, presently residing in the old Congregational Church Schoolroom. Itís vast collection of artefacts from this historically rich location is highlighted in a chronological tapestry. It also includes Laurence McGowan's splendid Royston Charger, commissioned to commemorate the start of a new millennium. There are a good selection of pubs and restaurants and a choice of places to stay from B&Bs to The Old Bull Inn, an 18th century coach house that is now a hotel.

Accountant

Berry Accounting Services
Hughes Mark & Associates Ltd
NB Business Services Ltd

Association

The United Kingdom Literacy Association

Attraction

Bassingbourn Tower Museum
British Museum of Miniatures
Crossing House
Docwra's Manor Garden
Royston Cave
Shepreth Wildlife Park

Care Home

Millcroft Care Home
Richard Cox House

Charity

Youth at Risk

Doctor

Dr Hoffman MG
Dr P Gough
New Roysia Surgery
Royston Health Centre

Golf Club

Barkway Park
Heydon Grange Golf & Country Club
Kingsway

Royston Golf Club

Inn

The Old Bull Inn

Market

Royston Market

Pub and Bar

The Fox and Duck

Taxi

Meltax Taxis

Vet

Woolpack Veterinary Surgery

Sports Clubs

Barley CC (Cricket)
Royston CC (Cricket)
Royston Rockets BMX Racing Club (Cycling)
Royston Runners (Athletics)
Royston Town (Amateur Football)

Shops

Barbara's Flowers
Boots
Country Homes & Gardens
Pet Hunters Ltd
Pets Corner
Origin Foods
MW Encap Ltd
Royston Photographic Centre
Hoggs

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The Coffee Corner
Russells Meats
The Flower Shop
Shop on the Corner
Huffers Farm Shop
Hillview Farm Shop
Cam Valley Orchards
Fieldgate Nurseries
The Royston Cave Arts & Bookshop

Activities

Royston Rockets BMX Racing Club(Cycling)
Hillside Clay Pigeon Club(Shooting)
Bassingbourn Ski Centre(Snow Sports)

Places to Stay near Royston

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The Old Bull Inn (0.24 miles)

The Old Bull Inn
The Old Bull Inn is full of history and character and is located in the busy market town of Royston. Just 12 miles outside the Historic University City of Cambridge, only 8 miles from Europeís ... More | visit website
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Sheene Mill (2.93 miles)

Sheene Mill

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Sheene Mill Hotel & Restaurant is set in an idyllic location close to the centre of Royston and 15 minutes to the south of Cambridge. Near to Junctions 10 & ... More

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Coach House Hotel (3.48 miles)

Coach House Hotel

Primarily built of local flint, a major refurbishment by new management at the Coach House means that old world charm and a warm welcome are now complemented by modern facilities. Nestled amongst lush farmland, this pretty ... More | visit website

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The Jester Hotel (3.91 miles)

The Jester Hotel

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This lovely country inn is located just off the A505 between Baldock and Royston; near junction 10 of the M11, it has great access to the regionís major road network. The hotelís ... More

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Hall Farm (4.64 miles)

Hall Farm
Quiet accommodation in a beautiful Georgian Farmhouse set in a secluded walled garden. This 800 acre working family farm is on the edge of the pretty hilltop village of Great Chishill, the highest point in ... More | visit website
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The Three Tuns Hotel (5.36 miles)

The Three Tuns Hotel

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We are a traditional Country Hotel, Pub and Restaurant situated in the heart of the village of Ashwell, North Hertfordshire which is also close to the South Cambridge shire border.We ... More

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Anstey Grove Barn (6.05 miles)

Anstey Grove Barn

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Situated less than 30 minutes from Cambridge, Hertford, Ware, Harlow and Stevenage.Anstey Grove Barn is a converted barn providing high quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of the ... More

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Duxford Lodge (8.15 miles)

Duxford Lodge

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Duxford Lodge Hotel, built in the early part of the 1900s as a private house still retains some of its grandeur. All fifteen bedrooms are individually decorated to a high ... More

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Zeus Hotel and Restaurant (8.16 miles)

Zeus Hotel and Restaurant

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Zeus Hotel and Restaurant building is steeped in history, having been built as a private house and maltings in the early 18th century, when Baldock was a favourite watering place ... More

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Travelodge Baldock Hinxworth (8.18 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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