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.
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.
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Jesus College offers flexible, modern facilities in a historic city-centre location. Our rooms are versatile and range from modern to historic across the site with large halls for keynote speeches, breakout spaces for workshops and discussions, and the latest technology to deliver recorded and hybrid online events.
A haven for locals and a home-from-home for visitors and guests alike, the John Barleycorn is a quintessential English country pub with a modern rework, nestled at the heart of Duxford village.
Bringing a taste of Tokyo to the city, KIBOU is Cambridge’s newest Japanese restaurant & bar. Sushi, sashimi, ramen, tempura, bao buns… and much more!
Serving authentic Spanish tapas since 2003, La Raza is located on the cobbles of Rose Crescent, one of Cambridge's prettiest streets.
Quayside is home to Cambridge Las Iguanas, offering a slice of Latin America in a beautiful riverside location.
Fresh pasta lab and Aperitivo pop-ups inspired by the Italian Riviera (www.levante.shop)
Located in the heart of this historical town, opposite the Fitzwilliam Museum, this former pub still retains its charm.
A Thai restaurant in an english pub in Cambridge. Top quality cooking, with a beautiful Thai garden hidden away inside.
Forming part of St John’s College, The Bridge of Sighs is one of Cambridge’s most famous landmarks. It shares little with its Venetian namesake, but this Gothic Revival style structure is a beauty in its own right, best admired by punt.