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The Earl of Derby
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The Earl of Derby

The Earl of Derby in Cambridge offers excellent-value rooms just minutes away from the City Centre. Conveniently located within a 5-minute walk from Cambridge Train Station and 100 yards from the nearest bus stop, it provides easy access to major tourist attractions and surrounding areas. Fenders Cricket ground and Kings College are also within a short walking distance. The rooms in this Traditional Public House are equipped with TV, Wifi, tea and coffee-making facilities, bathrooms with baths and/or power showers, and complimentary toiletries. Overnight stay rooms are booked on a room-only basis, but guests can opt for a traditional cooked or continental breakfast served from 7:30 to 11:00 am, which can be booked on arrival. Additionally, the pub offers various home-cooked meals throughout the day at an extra charge.

  • The Earl Of Derby 129 Hills Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 1PG,
The Lord Byron Inn
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The Lord Byron Inn

The Lord Byron Inn is a charming pub that dates back to the 17th century.

  • Church Lane, Cambridge, CB2 9LA
The Mill Suites – Tas Accommodations
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The Mill Suites – Tas Accommodations

The Mill Suites - Tas Accommodations Cambridge stands 15 minutes by foot from Cambridge University Botanic Garden.

  • 9 Mill Rd, Petersfield, Cambridge CB1 2AB
The Waterman
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The Waterman

A modern-day meeting place and contemporary inn! Open all day and just a short stroll across the beautiful Midsummer Common.

UniversityRooms.com
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UniversityRooms.com

UniversityRooms.com is the leading website globally for universities and student accommodation providers to receive short-term (and long-term) bookings, with availability in over 100 cities around the world.

  • 2nd Floor Everards House, 2 Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1BE,
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Did you know?

In 1958, a group of engineering students managed to hoist an Austin Seven car onto the roof of Senate House, with the help of some clever calculations. It took the university a week to remove it – and will surely go down in history as one of the boldest student pranks ever!