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Cambridge Belfry

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In a peaceful location, just 8 miles (12 km) west of Cambridge and only minutes from the M11 motorway, this 4-star hotel offers beautifully appointed rooms and great leisure facilities. The hotel has a beautiful, tranquil location, at the gateway to the village of Cambourne, with views across the lake. The convenient location means the hotel also offers easy, convenient access to the regionís major road network, with the M11 and the A14 just 6 miles (10 km) away.

The Cambridge Belfry has a wide range of excellent leisure facilities including a heated indoor swimming pool, an all-weather floodlit tennis court and a well-equipped gym. There is also a spa with a steam room, a sauna and spa treatment rooms offering a range of relaxing and therapeutic spa treatments.
All of the rooms are stylish, modern and comfortable. Each elegant room is beautifully appointed with contemporary facilities, including tea/coffee making facilities, satellite TVs, DVD players and hairdryers.
Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel and each room comes with 2 hours of internet access free of charge.
The Bridge Bar and Restaurant has received 2 AA Rosettes for its delicious food and the high quality of the fresh, locally sourced ingredients it uses.


Number of Rooms: 120
Number Ensuite: 120
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