Cambridge

Cambridge is a beautiful city amid the misty fenlands, a flat landscape made for cycling as so many students and visitors show. The riverside is particularly fine, and only a philistine could fail to be impressed by the architecture of its ancient colleges (and even its newer ones)... Read More

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Cambridge Events

February
Snowdrop Season
March
Feast EAST
May
National Mills Weekend
June
St Edmund's May Ball
Strawberry Fair
July
Cambridge Folk Festival
Summer Music Festival
August
Fenland Country Fair
September
Cambridge Film Festival
Open Cambridge Weekend
October
Food & Drink Festival
December
Festival of Carols and Lessons
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Hotels in Cambridge - 106 places to stay

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The Gonville Hotel

The Gonville Hotel

The Gonville Hotel is an independent AA 4 Star family hotel in the heart of one of the world's most famed cities - a city which is the central attraction of a whole host of ... More | Double Room: From 99 | visit website

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Menzies Cambridge Hotel

Menzies Cambridge Hotel

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The Menzies Cambridge Hotel and Golf Course is located just 5 miles from the famous university city.The convenient setting of the hotel provides an ideal destination for both business and ... More

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Doubletree by Hilton Garden House Cambridge

Doubletree by Hilton Garden House Cambridge

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Situated on the banks of the River Cam, Doubletree by Hilton Cambridge offers picturesque views and is only a few minutes walk to the town. Keep fit in the LivingWell Health Club, take ... More

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Centennial Hotel

Centennial Hotel

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The Centennial Hotel is friendly and family run, offering home comforts to all visitors to Cambridge. Close to the Railway Station, 10-15 minutes walking distance from the City Centre & is ... More

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Royal Cambridge

Royal Cambridge

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An elegant hotel located in the heart of Cambridge. The perfect base to experience the character of this celebrated city. Part of the Forestdale Hotel Group. Steeped in tradition and favourably located in ... More

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De Vere University Arms

De Vere University Arms
Situated in the heart of Cambridge, the University Arms with its illustrious history, offers a combination of expansive elegance, associated with the Victorian era, and an attention to detail demanded by today's most discerning guest. ... More | visit website
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Red Lion

Red Lion

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Classic 16th Century Grade II listed Freehouse in a tiny conservation village, sitting in a walled garden overlooked by a dovecote and the village church. Exclusive Alastair Sawday Guide publication ... More

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Swynford Hotel

Swynford Hotel

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Swynford Hotel is set in over 5 acres of beautiful grounds in an open park land setting. The Hotel's meandering entrance way is flanked by specimen trees framing the approach to the ... More

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Hotel Felix

Hotel Felix

Hotel Felix offers a refreshingly different experience to staying in the historic city of Cambridge. Contemporary in style, Hotel Felix is set in its own glorious landscaped gardens and offers fifty-two individually designed bedrooms and ... More | Double Room: From 168 | visit website
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Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel

Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel

A real gem, a characterful Grade II listed former watermill, featuring award winning food, real ales and 40 malt whiskies. This family owned hotel has a Health Club with a 12 metre indoor pool, spa, ... More | visit website

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