From making your own gin with one of the world’s most innovative distilleries, to trying the best of the Cambridge food scene – here are some uniquely Cambridge experiences to seek out during your stayFind out more
Staying in Cambridge is every bit as individualistic as you would expect. From cheap and cheerful rooms to quirky boutique-style venues and luxurious hotels and apartments, you’ll never be short of choice when planning your stay in the city.
University Arms is a historic hotel set in the heart of Cambridge's City Centre providing the perfect staging point to explore this stunning city.
Gonville Hotel is a 4 star hotel in the heart of Cambridge, with recently refurbished public areas, new Feature Bedrooms and Treatment Rooms.
The 4* Clayton Hotel Cambridge is located next to the Botanic Gardens a short walk from Cambridge Centre.
A modern-day meeting place and contemporary inn! Open all day and just a short stroll across the beautiful Midsummer Common.
Ibis Cambridge is located next to the train station and a 10 min walk to the city centre.
Experience a luxury riverside spa hotel in the centre of Cambridge.
In a Grade II Listed building, Hotel du Vin Cambridge has luxurious boutique rooms with monsoon showers and Egyptian linen.
Clean and friendly B&B service close to the heart of Cambridge.
Providing comfortable, affordable, room-only accommodation located in the heart of Cambridge since 1992.
Discover University Arms quiet, relaxing Aromatherapy Associates treatment rooms, available to both hotel and non-hotel guests. Indulge in treatments for your body and skin that use the highest concentrations of natural ingredients, giving you a truly exceptional sensorial experience.
Overlooking the River Cam, Arundel House Hotel is just a 10-minute walk from Cambridge's historic centre.
Traditional bed-and-breakfast made up of two Victorian townhouses.
Autumn House B&B is an extended modern contemporary house, offering stylish luxurious accommodation.
Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa is nestled in three acres of beautiful manicured lawns and secluded rose gardens offering modern luxury and comfort of an exquisite, independent boutique hotel. The only 4 Red Star hotel in Newmarket, offering 80 stylish boutique hotel rooms and suites offers guests the height of luxury and comfort. Our award-winning 2 AA rosette restaurant and traditional bar offers a la carte, bar menu and scrumptious afternoon teas making it the perfect place to dine. Our seven stylish state-of-the-art dedicated conference and event rooms are some of the most advanced in East Anglia. All our rooms have wireless internet access and air conditioning. Some have high definition plasma display monitors with the very latest presentation technology. Our ‘5 bubble’ rated spa! Sitting adjacent to the hotel, it boasts a rooftop hot tub, hydrotherapy pool, steam room, sauna, and experiential showers.
The Bridge Guest House is a traditional Bed & Breakfast ideally situated on A1309 into Cambridge.
In beautiful grounds 5 miles from historic Cambridge.
The Cambridge Belfry Hotel & Spa has a peaceful setting in Cambourne, 8 miles west of Cambridge.
Our Cambridge Club Site is ideally situated to explore the cobbled university city of Cambridge.
Welcome to Cambridge Narrow Boats, we are proud to run an independent, boutique narrowboat holiday hire business set in one of the most stunning locations in the UK. Join us to take in the wonderful natural scenery on the rivers & canals of Cambridgeshire and the truly unique beauty of the Fens, coupled with historic, vibrant Cambridge, steeped in history and culture.
Located in Cambridge, 12 km from University of Cambridge and 10 km from St John's College.
Very large open-plan apartments with Juliet balconies 10 minutes from The Grafton shopping centre.
Catharine House Aparthotel by JBStays features accommodation with free WiFi and a garden with a terrace and garden views.
The Centennial Hotel Bar & Restaurant offers an excellent base for a cosy City Centre getaway, set in six heritage townhouses on Cambridge's famous doorstep.
First World War poet Rupert Brooke studied at King’s College, Cambridge, and spent time living in Grantchester. He was so enamoured with the Cambridgeshire village he penned one of his most famous works, The Old Vicarage, about his home there.