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
With something for even the most discerning palate, the selection of restaurants in Cambridge makes choosing somewhere to dine a difficult decision to make. Offering something for all occasions, the choices range from Michelin Star European cuisine to the best tastes of the Orient.
Launching Spring 2023, Ben's Yard is a rural retail village on the edge of Ely welcoming your new go-to café/restaurant, fashion and lifestyle boutiques, head-to-toe spa services, artisan food hall, playground and a 6 acre event space all beautifully landscaped on the Stuntney Estate with marked trails through woodland, fenland and wildflower meadows.
Cambridgeshire's Award Winning Comedy Club, ensuring your night is unforgettable. “I’ve never laughed so much” - Carol, Cambridge “I will definitely be booking again” - Paul, Suffolk
There's a special feel to Bill's Cambridge restaurant. Tucked away on a small back street, the restaurant opens up like a Tardis once you step inside.
Centrally located for Cambridge’s local attractions and university buildings, Browns Cambridge is housed in the historic old 19th Century Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
Home to the Better Burger.
Combining food and culture, our modern eatery is the perfect spot to enjoy freshly prepared, homemade food whilst being able to peruse the contemporary exhibitions, art and antiquities within the museum walls.
A buzzy and vibrant all-day restaurant serving up breakfast, bottomless brunch, lunch, supper, and everything else in-between!
The largest hotel set in the heart of the city, minutes from the University of Cambridge colleges with an executive lounge, restaurant and bar.
Best of British. We knew that with great British produce, we could make the best burgers we'd tasted – anywhere.
Take a wander around Cambridge between spring and autumn and you might be greeted by the sight of cattle roaming freely in parks and green spaces.