An hour north of London, on the banks of the river Cam, Cambridge is a classic English 'college town'. With no central campus, and with over 30 colleges scattered around town, the 'university' and the 'city' merge into one.
For visitors, most sights to see in Cambridge are located along the river and within a short distance of the town centre and the main thoroughfare of Bridge Street, Sidney Street and St Andrew's Street.
Walking through town is the popular way to experience its beauty, but those looking to view the town's magnificent gothic architecture form another perspective can book a Boat tour on the river Cam.
Like one would expect from a college town of Cambridge's stature it has an active nightlife scene ranging from pubs frequent by local students to a host of shows offered by students of the performing arts.
Most hotels in Cambridge are within a reasonable walking distance of the different colleges and the town centre. Accommodation options range from family-owned traditional guesthouses to modern chain-operated hotels.
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The De Vere University Arms Hotel occupies a Victorian building in the heart of Cambridge, just minutes from the university colleges and the river. It is only a short walk from Cambridge Railway Station.
The Best Western Gonville Hotel is a privately owned hotel located in the center of Cambridge overlooking a 25-acre open park, and very near to the historic colleges, museums, shopping centers and sights of Cambridge.
The Crowne Plaza Hotel Cambridge is located in the heart of the city, just a short walk from all Cambridge's attractions including punting and boating tours, colleges, museums, parks, shopping and restaurants.
The Holiday Inn Cambridge is a modern, spacious 3 star hotel located on the edge of the Historic city of Cambridge. It is ideally located just off the A14 in a quiet village setting over looking a lake the gateway to East Anglia.
The Aylesbray Lodge is a family-run guest house situated in the south of Cambridge, just a 3 minutes walk from the Addenbrookes hospital and close to the colleges, railway station and the historic city centre.