If you do want to join us all enjoying the beer, food, music, and hopefully the good weather… you’ll need to know where to find it if you’re not a local. You’re in luck!
The Festival is held in massive marquees on the river embankment in Peterborough. The site is only a few minutes walk from Peterborough railway station and the bus and coach stations.
The address is: The Embankment (Behind Key Theatre), Embankment Road, Peterborough, PE1 1EF
Taxis are available at the railway station and bus station and we provide a taxi rank near the Key Theatre at the entrance to the Embankment. We do not allow taxis on to the Embankment (excepting those used by wheelchair users) for the safety of our pedestrian customers.
If you are travelling by car then please be aware that we do not have parking for customers (We do have limited parking for our volunteers) but that there are public car parks close by. Please don’t drink and drive.
If you wish to stay overnight in Peterborough, there is some information about B&Bs and hotels on the Peterborough Council’s Visit Peterborough website. Alternatively, contact the Tourist Information Centre, 9 Bridge Street, Peterborough PE1 1HJ, PE1 1XS. Tel: 01733 452336 or Email. Be warned – the B&Bs fill up quickly for Beer Festival week.
One option is to stay at the Haycock. It is too far to walk but they are offering free transport to and from the Beer Festival as well as discounts to our visitors. Contact them on www.thehaycock.co.uk The bar has Bass, Adnams and a weekly changing guest.
Should you be travelling by boat then there are free moorings on the River Nene at the side of the Festival.
We do not have any camping facilities on the Festival site except for our volunteers (and that is very limited). The closest camp/caravan site is Ferry Meadows Caravan Club, Ham Lane, Peterborough, PE2 5UU. Just about walkable. If you have transport then you could consider camping at The Plough, Milk & Water Drove, Ramsey Road, Farcet Fen, PE7 3DR.