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Cheap Cambridge Hotels Guide

Home to one of the greatest universities in the world, not to mention some of the most stunning churches, Cambridge's streets read like a history book of British architecture. This environment-conscious town, which encourages the use of bicycles and public transport, has many of its attractions conveniently located at the heart of its traffic-free town centre. This leaves them to be explored and enjoyed practically as they were in medieval times, before the roars of car engines became so prevalent.

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Acorn Guest House B&B
 
Guest Rating: 3.8/5

“Perfectly placed near the River Cam, providing you with a luxurious and comfortable environment from which you can enjoy all that Cambridge has to offer. A home from home feel with warm and friendly staff and a welcome that will leave you feeling secure and relaxed.”

154 Chesterton Road, Cambridge

rooms from £60.00 View Prices
Menzies Hotels Cambridge
 
Guest Rating: 3.7/5

“Menzies Cambridge is a super spot for that much needed break away from it all - perfect for those wishing to take full advantage of the 18 hole golf course, recreational or business meets and spend quality time in a comfortable and pleasant establishment. A warm welcome from our dedicated team of staff awaits.”

Bar Hill, Cambridge

rooms from £67.50 View Prices
Holiday Inn Express Cambridge
 
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“The Holiday Inn in Cambridge is a modern hotel situate to the east of the city centre. Having opened recently in late 2003 the amenities and furnishings are very up to date with style and comfort what we have worked to bring to you. Located in a more peaceful area of the city than most other accommodation we are sure that you will enjoy a quiet and restful stay when you choose to reside with us for a time. ”

15/17 Coldhams Park, Norman Way, Off Coldhams Lane, Cambridge

rooms from £73.00 View Prices
Arundel House Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 3.9/5

“Exquisite beauty and the perfect place for a peaceful and romantic weekend away from it all. Overlooking the River Cam and set in open parkland - what better place to stay and rest a while. Whether you are here on business or for pleasure there is much to see and do.”

Chesterton Road, Cambridge

rooms from £76.71 View Prices
Premier Inn Cambridge A14 J32
 
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

“The Cambridge Premier Inn is located 2 miles north of city centre. It is a great choice for both business travellers and those looking to explore the city. There is ample parking here and a bus to the city centre every 20 minutes.”

Ring Fort Road, Cambridge

rooms from £78.00 View Prices
Sorrento Hotel & Restaurant
 
Guest Rating: 3.9/5

“Lovely spot to spend quality time and enjoy a much needed break away from it all. Quiet and serene and close enough to the city to enjoy all that is on offer in the historical heart centre of Cambridge. A home from home feel and a warm welcome are guaranteed.”

196 Cherry Hinton Rd, Cambridge

rooms from £81.00 View Prices
Centennial Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4/5

“Super spot to stay in Cambridge, with easy access in and out of the city and its many attractions, sites and delights. A peaceful easy feeling in an environment that is comfortable and has a home from home ambiance. A warm welcome from a team of caring and polite staff.”

63/71 Hills Road, Cambridge

rooms from £85.00 View Prices
Best Western PLUS Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel & Spa
 
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“Super location for that special break away from it all - here you can totally lose yourself, relax and unwind in the beauty of the Cambridgeshire countryside. Set in a Grade II listed building that was once a watermill enjoy a family run, home from home ambiance where you will be made to feel most welcome.”

Church Road, Stow-Cum-Quy,, Cambridge

rooms from £85.50 View Prices
Royal Cambridge Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 3.6/5

“Set in elegance in the historical heart centre of Cambridge, we are delighted to welcome you warmly to a place of style and total comfort. Beautifully appointed ensuite rooms that have been tastefully decorated and are filled with charm and character. Super spot for that weekend away.”

Trumpington St, Cambridge

rooms from £116.10 View Prices
Hotel Felix
 
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“Exquisite, contemporary 21st century living in a fine setting with all the luxury and modern day amenities you could possibly wish for. Set in three acres of gorgeous gardens that make the most picturesque scene as you wake up and take in the view each morning. A warm welcome awaits.”

Whitehouse Lane, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge

rooms from £119.00 View Prices
Best Western Plus The Gonville Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.4/5

“This Best Western hotel in Cambridge is right in the middle of our fabulous historic and beautiful city of learning. A warm welcome awaits you by our well trained friendly staff at the Gonville.”

Gonville Place, Cambridge

rooms from £147.60 View Prices
DoubleTree by Hilton Cambridge
 
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“Here at the Garden House we are delighted to offer a super spot on the River Cam for that special weekend away from it all. Gorgeous gardens to look out on to as well as that picturesque river scene. Boats glide by as you rise and shine and greet each new day.”

Granta Place, Mill Lane, Cambridge

rooms from £193.50 View Prices

Cambridge Attractions for You to Enjoy

So what is there to see here? Well, you can visit any one of the 31 assorted colleges, such as King's College, which was designed by Henry VIII to dominate the local skyline; take a stroll along the grassy Backs by the side of the River Cam; or hire a traditional punt boat and drift slowly and peacefully along its waters! If the boat is your choice, you'll find it a great way to spot some of the town's timeless bridges that link college to college. Be careful however, as many of these (i.e. the angelic Bridge of Sighs) stand only a few feet above the surface and require you to duck as you sail underneath! Away from the town centre, the attractions do not thin out. The 12th-century Church of the Holy Sepulchre (or simply the Round Church, due to the shape of its nave) is one of only a handful of such buildings in Britain today, and was based on its famous Jerusalem namesake. Two important museums are the Sedgwick, with its extensive collection of pre-historic artefacts; and the Fitzwilliam Museum (one of the nation's oldest), which includes paintings by Monet, Picasso and Renoir, as well as both original manuscripts of The Canterbury Tales and Handel's compositions.


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