Local information & directions for Bowman Mews
Set in the beautifully preserved historic stone town of Stamford, Bowman Mews is close to many amenities for everyday life. Stamford is home to the Elizabethan mansion, Burghley House, and has over 20 restaurants, 30 pubs, 10 high quality hotels and 11 churches.
Once a major wool town, Stamford used to form part of the Great North Road. Many of Stamford’s buildings are constructed from Lincolnshire limestone, giving the town a distinguished appearance and making it incredibly popular with its 18,000 residents, tourists and even movie and TV directors. Stamford featured in both Pride and Prejudice and The Da Vinci Code movies in recent years.
The well-preserved and picturesque cobbled stoned street, which nestles behind All Saints’ Church, was used in the BBC TV series Middlemarch.
Ideally located to benefit from the picturesque nature of Stamford without compromising on connectivity, Bowman Mews is well-served by a range of public transport and is within walking distance of a wide range of amenities including local shops, school and parks.
For those who need to travel further afield, these new homes are conveniently situated close to the nearby A1, one of the country’s main arterial routes, giving easy access to Peterborough, and just over two hour's drive from London. Stamford Rail Station is under a 20 minute walk away.
Stamford has a bus station and a railway station, with regular direct trains to Peterborough (with connections to London) and Cambridge leaving everyday. Regular bus journeys travel across town and to many of the fine selection of local primary and secondary schools, including Stamford Grammar school, and other amenities. Getting to Stamford By Bus
Peterborough, Queensgate Bus Station 102 Bus towards Bourne, Bus Station 202 Bus towards Stamford, Bus Station Stamford, Recreation Ground Road.Getting to Stamford By Rail
Stamford is just 12 minutes from Peterborough by train, and trains run every hour. Trains from Peterborough to London take between an hour and an hour and a half.
Getting to Bowman Mews new homes from the South
(A1 North) Take the exit toward Old Great N Rd/B1081 Turn left onto Old Great N Rd/B1081 Continue to follow B1081 Continue onto High Street Saint Martin’s/A16 Turn right onto Wharf Rd/A16 Turn right onto Cherryholt Road Destination will be on the left.
Getting to Bowman Mews new homes from the North
(A1 South) Take the exit toward Kettering Rd/A16 Turn left onto Kettering Rd/A16 (signs for Stamford/A43) Turn left onto High Street Saint Martin’s/A16 Take the 3rd right onto Wharf Rd/A16 Turn right onto Cherryholt Road Destination will be on the left.
- Train station: Stamford
- Main Roads: A1
- Nearest Towns: Stamford, Peterborough
- Primary Schools: Stamford School
- Secondary Schools: Stamford Grammar School, Stamford High School
- Hospital: Stamford and Rutland Hospital