Old Ferry Boat, St Ives
Book your staycation at the Old Ferry Boat today.
The Old Ferry Boat is one of our much-booked properties. So expect a great deal, friendly staff, tasty reasonably priced food and drink, and a really handy location. We’re dog-friendly too. So we’re always happy to see wagging tails in tow.
This thatched, white-stone inn is said to be the oldest in England. There are even records of drinks being sold here as early as 560 AD. Set in the sleepy hamlet of Holywell, it’s now a fabulous mix of the traditional and the contemporary. Right on the banks of the River Great Ouse, this rustic retreat is a charming spot to use as a base for exploring the beautiful surrounding countryside. And for truly getting away from it all.
At the end of a long day, head to one of our seven cosy bedrooms. They all have bags of character plus everything you need for a restful stay. So you can get your head down, relax in this truly tranquil location, and enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep.
This is a pet friendly hotel. There is limited availability on our rooms for pets and are offered on a first come, first served basis. All bookings with pets must be pre-booked - please contact the hotel directly or call 0345 608 6040 to check availability and to complete your booking.
All online bookings made online will also save 20% off food at our hotel restaurant during their entire stay. T&Cs apply.
Book With Confidence: Flexible bookings can be cancelled free of charge up to 12pm on the day of arrival. Plus, you don't need to make any payments until you check-in (just book with card to secure your booking). You may notice some differences in our hotels that are designed to keep you and our team safe and so your can enjoy a short break just like before.
Alongside our 5 key Pub Safe promises - we have taken extra measures to ensure all rooms are fully cleaned before you arrive: Enhanced cleaning, disinfecting of all hand contact services, reduced paper literature, anti-viral washing of all towels and linens and frequent cleaning of common areas.