This well established hotel is located in the busy area around Parker's Piece and was renovated by an architect from Cambridge. The result has been impressive and the hotel offers excellent facilities and amenities. Managed by the Paschalis family for many years, Regent Hotel has maintained its reputation for excellence, quality service and friendliness.
This historic inn is situated in the picturesque village of Horningsea and is a truly special place to stay. Not only are its refurbished rooms with en suite facilities of the highest quality, but the range of cuisine offered in the restaurant is outstanding. The house chef can cater for any gourmet with excellent selections of fresh fish, game and vegetarian dishes. Located only four miles northeast of Cambridge, the inn enjoys both the tranquility and character of a charming English village as well as the convenience of the nearby city.
In a Grade II Listed building, Hotel du Vin Cambridge has luxurious boutique rooms with monsoon showers and Egyptian linen. Cambridge city centre is a 5-minute walk away. The French bistro at Hotel Du Vin serves a modern menu of European cuisine and houses an open-plan style kitchen. Set in cosy cellar rooms, the bar at Hotel Du Vin & Bistro serves a range of fine wines, champagne and cocktails.
Situated in the centre of Cambridge, with valet parking near the edge of the River Cam, The Varsity Hotel and Spa offers modern rooms, and an impressive rooftop terrace with uninterrupted views. Each room is named after a different Cambridge college, and features an LCD TV, DVD library, free Wi-Fi, and an iPod dock. Most rooms offer monsoon showers and under-floor heating. Some rooms have balconies and views of the college rooftops. Inspired by traditional Cambridge, The Varsity offers guests access to the Glassworks Gym and Spa, with hot tub, steam room, sauna and exercise classes. The hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from Kings College Chapel, Trinity College, and the majority of the Cambridge colleges. The Grand Arcade shopping centre is 10 minutes’ walk away, and there are a number of restaurants, bars and cafes close by.
Many of the original features of this water mill and miller's house have been fabulously conserved. Traditional English teas may be taken on the classical terrace of the hotel, while the Mill Inn (a conversion of the original drawing room, parlor, kitchen and buttery) is the perfect place to savor a drink. The restaurant's decor and ambiance are no less spectacular, and guests can dine next to the Victorian Waterwheel or in the Garden Room.
Visitors to the city on a budget need not compromise quality or location as this delightful bed and breakfast demonstrates. Highly commended by the English Tourist Council, this non-smoking establishment provides one of the best value places to stay in the city. En suite rooms are also available and the morning breakfast is among the best to be found.
Overlooking the famous Parker's Piece, this 4-star The Gonville Hotel is a 5-minute walk from the historic centre of Cambridge. Refurbished to a high standard, the hotel offers free high-speed WiFi and on site parking at an additional fee. Free bike hire is available at this property. The spacious bedrooms each have an iPad installed with a valet system, so that guests can make any service request or room service order at the touch of a button. Other facilities in each room include a flat-screen TV and air conditioning. All rooms feature a work desk and a cosy seating area, and each has a private contemporary bathroom with a hairdryer. Guests can enjoy fresh British cuisine and locally sourced produce in the Atrium Restaurant. A continental as well as freshly cooked to order breakfast are served, alongside afternoon teas, lunches, bar snacks and evening sumptuous dinners. Just a 10-minute walk from the famous Cambridge University Colleges, The Gonville Hotel is a 15-minute walk from Cambridge Rail Station. The Grand Arcade shopping centre is half a mile away.
The Castle is a stylish and friendly bar, restaurant and B&B in Cambridge's historical centre. It is close to the university colleges and the punts on the River Cam. The Castle has an excellent location just minutes away from the city sights and metres from excellent shopping. It is well positioned for Cambridge’s bustling nightlife, restaurants, bars and clubs. Very popular party nights are held on Fridays and Saturdays. Please be aware that these go on into the early hours and may not suit all guests.
The guest house aims at budget travelers. Although small, this establishment nevertheless provides various facilities. It has only one room that comes with tea- and coffee-making facilities. An iron or hairdryer is also available. The owners strictly follow the family-friendly policy and are able to cater for any special dietary requirements.
Hilton Cambridge is located 600 metres from the city centre, with many of the city's attractions, shopping areas, cobbled streets, architecture, the River Cam and historic colleges within walking distance. All 198 of the contemporary air-conditioned rooms and suites at Hilton Cambridge offer a full Sky satellite HD TV service, and free WiFi is streamed throughout the hotel. Together with a self-contained conference and event facilities, guests of the 4-star Cambridge Hotel also benefit from on-site Valet car parking, and exclusive use of a gymnasium. This modern hotel is a 5 minutes' walk from Kings College, Cambridge Corn Exchange and the bus station. A 10-minute walk takes guests to riverside parks and pubs. Guests can enjoy seasonal British dishes in the The Bull & Bass Restaurant.The Bar and Lounge offers an extensive wine, spirit and cocktail menu as well as Afternoon Tea. For those seeking more of a casual dining experience, the Hilton Cambridge offers lighter bites and snacks in the lounge.