The Clayton Hotel with its unique style aims to set new standards in hotel living. The stylish ground floor is made up of an open plan double height lobby with a library above, attracting both guests and locals to socialise. Formerly known as the Tamburlaine.
Premier Inn is an award-winning hotel brand at the top end of the budget market. It is the largest and fastest-growing hotel chain in the UK, with over 650 hotels which is more than 50,000 rooms. Hotels have a 24 hour reception and good sized rooms with comfy beds.
Worth House B&B has been newly renovated to offer comfortable, spacious accommodation within this Victorian home. Free wifi, off road parking and a-la-carte breakfast included.
The Centennial is a friendly and family run hotel, offering home comforts to both business traveller and tourist alike. Set opposite the botanical gardens, close to Cambridge railway station and on the main bus routes.
The hotel is open throughout the year and forms an ideal base from which to explore all the numerous places of interest in and around the city. For guests travelling by car, the hotel has a large car park.
Travelodge is a budget hotel chain with over 500 hotels across the UK, Ireland and Spain. Hotels are of a minimal design, modern but basic. The rooms are en-suite and a good size but lack the attention to detail of other chains. Pricing is flexible, ranging from £25 to £100 and more.
A warm welcome awaits you at the A&B Guest House in Cambridge. The Guest House has 11 ensuite rooms, with a combination of single, double, twin and family rooms
The Waterman is a traditional Cambridge pub serving home cooked food as well as premium draught lager, fine ales, wines and freshly ground coffee. Accommodation is located on the upper floors of the building.
The Earl Of Derby is a local pub with accommodation available above. Set opposite the botanical gardens, close to Cambridge railway station, on the main bus routes and with private off road parking.
Acorn Guest House is a family run business with the advantage of being able to offer a very personal service. This attractive yellow brick house has been carefully extended and renovated to provide comfortable accommodation with a homely atmosphere.
Ashley Hotel has been formed by the skilful conversion of two very fine Victorian houses built around 1900. All of the 16 twin, double and family rooms have private bathrooms with either a bath, a shower or a combination of both. (Owned by the Arundel House Hotel).
The Cambridge B&B is located only one mile to the north of this fine historic city. They are situated in a former Edwardian nursing home, only a ten minutes walk to the centre and all of the University colleges.