Peterborough is easily accessible from all parts of the UK and overseas. It's just 80 miles (128 km) from London and 40 miles (64 km) from Cambridge.
Our Guild House campus is just over the river from Peterborough city centre with all its attractions and transport links.
Peterborough is easy to get around by bike. It’s flat and has an extensive network of over 200km of cycle paths. There are 11 named and numbered routes surrounded by a 45-mile Green Wheel route which circles the city.
London North East Railway (LNER) trains provide rapid rail connections. Some estimated journey times are:
The bus station is adjacent to Queensgate shopping centre and is only a short walk from Peterborough rail station and the city centre.
From Queensgate bus station (Peterborough city centre) hop on the number 1 bus which stops directly outside Guild House. The journey time is approximately five minutes. This bus route also stops at Werrington, Walton, Millfield, New England and the Ortons (Malborne, Goldhay, Southgate, Wistow), as well as our accommodation at Taverners Hall.
You can sail to Harwich International Port using:
From Harwich, the train journey to Peterborough takes about three hours. You'll need to make at least one change. By care, the journey takes approximately 2 hours 10 minutes.
By car the journey from:
There are fast road connections via the A1(M) for north-south journeys and the A14 and A47 east-west routes.
If you’re programming a Sat Nav the postcode for Guild House is PE2 9PW.
We have our own car sharing scheme for staff and students. This is a private group for our staff and students but it's linked to the Liftshare website, so there's the option to ask outside the university.