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Regency Guest House Star Rating 2        
7 Regent Terrace

Conveniently situated, Regency Guest House offers easy access to Cambridge's popular hot spots. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of complimentary wireless internet during their stay.Guests are welcome to unwind in Regency House Cambridge's gardens, and can easily visit the area's well-known tourist attractions.
Yourspace Serviced Apartments Norwich Street        
4 Norwich Street,

Situated a brief drive from River Cam, Yourspace Serviced Apartments Norwich Street offers stylish accommodation in Cambridge. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is under 10-minutes' stroll from Cambridge Railway Station.Rooms at the hotel are comfortable and provide a microwave, a DVD player and a refrigerator.
Warren Close Apartments        
Station Road

CityStay - Warren Close is located amongst Cambridge's well-known clubs and bars, just a brief walk from Cambridge Railway Station. Guests can also enjoy complimentary wireless internet.There are a range of amenities on offer to guests of the hotel, such as a laundry service, valet parking and a coffee bar.
Apple Apartments Cambridge        
Radcliffe Court

Within a two minute walk of Gonville and Caius College, Apple Apartments Cambridge is located centrally in Cambridge. A short stroll from Christ's College, it provides comfortable apartments equipped with a refrigerator, a kitchen and tea and coffee making facilities.Apartments at the property come with microwaves, dishwashers and flat-screen TVs.
Acorn Guest House Cambridge Star Rating 4        
154 Chesterton Road

Made up of a yellow-brick main house and a nearby annexe house, this family-run B&B is 9 minutes' walk from the Midsummer Common parkland and 1.1 miles from the city centre.The straightforward rooms in the main house or the annexe come with en suite bathrooms, TVs and WiFi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Brooklands Guest House Cambridge Star Rating 3        
95 Cherry Hinton Road

In a townhouse, this traditional bed-and-breakfast is a 13-minute walk from Cambridge train station and 1.8 miles from the Centre for Computing History.The individually decorated rooms all include en suite bathrooms, and have satellite TV and free WiFi, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Royal Cambridge Hotel Star Rating 3        
Trumpington Street

Adjacent to the Cambridge University campus, this traditional hotel set in an Georgian townhouse is 5 minutes' walk from Cambridge University Botanic Garden and less than a mile from Cambridge train station.Straightforward rooms come with en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Suites feature ornate, period decor, plush sitting areas and complimentary water.
Sorrento Hotel Star Rating 3        
196 Cherry Hinton Road

A minute's walk from the nearest bus stop, this straightforward hotel is 2 miles from the Grand Arcade shops in the city centre and 4 miles from Cambridge Science Park.Modest rooms come with free Wi-Fi and TVs, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add whirlpool tubs, saunas and/or 4-poster beds.
Kirkwood House Star Rating 3        
172 Chesterton Road

Off the A1134 road, this straightforward Victorian guesthouse with an annexe is 1.8 miles from the Fitzwilliam Museum and 1.9 miles from Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
Hotel Felix Cambridge Star Rating 4        
Whitehouse Lane, Huntingdon Road

Set in a refined Victorian villa with 2 modern wings, this upmarket hotel adorned with contemporary artwork is 2.4 miles from the M11 motorway, 4 miles from the Cambridge University Botanic Garden and 3 miles from the Fitzwilliam Museum.The chic rooms have free Wi-Fi, smart TVs and minibars, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
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Cambridge is the county town of Cambridgeshire in England. It is known around the world for the University of Cambridge, which has considerable fame as a seat of learning. The town has much to offer and, besides the magnificent university buildings, the visitor can enjoy a wide variety of museums, hotels, restaurants and other attractions. Cambridge is one of Britain's most romantic and attractive towns. Locals, students and tourists rub shoulders here, and the place combines all the enchantment of a medieval town with today's facilities. Cambridge has a variety of interesting museums, including the Cambridge and County Folk Museum, in a 16th century building; the Whipple Museum of the History of Science; the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences; the Zoology Museum; the Museum of Classical Archaeology; and the Scott Polar Museum. The River Cam gives this marvellous town a perfect setting and, full of pubs and places to relax and spend some leisure time, it is just what you have been looking for.