Cambridge

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The Varsity Hotel & Spa
9
4 reviews
This attractive contemporary hotel is by far the most stylish place to lay your head while you’re in Cambridge. — Insight Guides
Hotel du Vin Cambridge
9
4 reviews
This urbane member of the upmarket Hotel du Vin brand avoids feeling formulaic — The Telegraph
University Arms Hotel, Autograph Collection
8
4 reviews
The oldest hotel in Cambridge, built as a coaching inn alongside the city common, Parker’s Piece, in 1834. — The Telegraph
Hotel Felix
8
4 reviews
From the outside, this hotel looks like a genteel and quaint Victorian manor house; inside it's been converted into a stylish, contemporary lodging. — Fodor's
Duke House
8
2 reviews
Guest rooms at this beautifully converted town house...look like they've been copied from the pages of a lifestyle magazine. ... The house is a 10-minute walk from King's College. — Fodor's
5 Chapel Street
8
2 reviews
This small Georgian townhouse with a cottagey feeling creates the atmosphere of a country b&b, while still being within walking distance of central Cambridge — The Telegraph
Graduate Cambridge
8
3 reviews
This modern establishment makes the most of its peaceful riverside location, and many rooms have sweeping views of the surrounding area. — Fodor's
Gonville Hotel
7
1 review
An energetic management with an appetite for excellence has overseen a successful refurbishment and the relocation of one of Cambridge's top restaurants, lifting this city-centre hotel from ordinary to boutique — The Telegraph
Hilton Cambridge City Centre
7
1 review
Previously a Crowne Plaza, this classic establishment is hardly innovative, but the fine commercial hotel is Cambridge's most reliable address for business travelers seeking modern facilities — Star Service
Sayle House
7
1 review
Here is the very essence of an English b&b, located in an Edwardian family house on an elegant suburban crescent with graciously appointed rooms, a large garden full of wisteria and lavender. — The Telegraph
Clayton Hotel Cambridge
7
1 review
Bafflingly for a city housing 20,000 students, Cambridge has always had a fairly humdrum, chain-dominated restaurant and hotel scene — The Telegraph
Regent Hotel By Citystay
7
2 reviews
One of the city's best boutique hotels, this polished little number has spanking new rooms that belie the building's distinguished history. — Lonely Planet
Worth House
7
2 reviews
A pleasant 20-minute walk from the centre across Jesus Green, this warm and welcoming B&B has five spacious, carpeted rooms with all the comforts and placid decor. — Lonely Planet
Acorn Guest House
7
1 review
— Lonely Planet
YHA Cambridge
7
2 reviews
Occupies a rambling Victorian house near the train station... Facilities include a laundry and self-catering... Advance reservations are advised. — Rough Guide
Carolina Guest House
7
1 review
Homey B&B with cosy rooms and a large garden. It's a 30-minute walk from the city centre but bus C2 stops almost outside the door. — Lonely Planet
Alexander Bed and Breakfast
7
1 review
Set in a Victorian house in a quiet residential area... The location off Mill Rd – Cambridge’s pub-and-ethnic-eatery-central – is a bonus. — Lonely Planet
Quy Mill Hotel & Spa
7
1 review
This tempting out-of-towner has a privileged setting in a former water mill, complete with lovely waterside gardens, a Victorian miller's house and a bunch of reconstructed timber-framed barns. — Lonely Planet
Tudor Cottage Guest House
7
1 review
Sweet features help make this neat-as-a-pin guesthouse feel like a home from home, from the tiny patio garden to the ranks of speciality teas, cereals, cakes and muffins at the breakfast table — Lonely Planet
The Lensfield
7
1 review
— Lonely Planet
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