Find Best Places and Hotels to Stay in Cambridge
When it comes to where to stay in Cambridge, the choices are limitless. Whether you prefer the big five star treatment or the personal touch of an intimate boutique, Cambridge offers plenty of choices.
Whether you are looking for accommodation in Cambridge for a night or if you fancy a short break, booking online couldn’t be easier.
With a wide range of Bed and Breakfasts, Guest Houses, Hotels and Self-Catering accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets, Cambridge is the perfect destination for individuals, families or groups.
Clayton Hotel Cambridge is ideally located, just a 1-minute walk from Cambridge train station, a short 10-minute walk from Cambridge city centre, and near the beautiful Botanic Gardens. With great hotel deals available to explore the city or escape on a romantic getaway, there’s something for everyone at our Cambridge hotel
Boutique Accommodation in our renovated house. Our renovated house, home to Gresham House Wellness and our Feature Rooms.
Our new luxury king-size** Hypnos bed is the stuff of dreams. Drift off on an ultra-comfy, pillow-top mattress supported by over a thousand pocket springs for the soundest sleep ever.
All of the hotel’s 102 bedrooms have private bathrooms or shower rooms, television, radio, hair dryer, room safe, telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, and free Wifi.
Our city centre location is unique, being the closest Cambridge hotel to St John’s, Trinity, Jesus and Magdalene College. King’s, Christ’s, Queens’, Gonville and Caius, Clare, Corpus Christi and the remaining colleges are only a leisurely walk away and can be viewed from the Hotel. Ideal for punting, shopping, sight-seeing and nightlife.
The Lensfield Hotel, established since 1959, has become a relaxing, well-appointed sanctuary for business travellers, visitors from overseas and many college undergraduates and their parents. The building dates back to around 1850 and is situated, in the heart of this historic and diverse city (a city renowned with the likes of: Byron, Newton, Darwin and Rupert Brook)