Best Deals and Offers for Accommodation
PE27 5JP, St Ives, 50 Needingworth Road, St Ives, Cambridge
Olivers Lodge Hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome to guests. Olivers Lodge Hotel is a 5 minute walk from the centre of St. Ives and the Great Ouse River, with a selection of shops,... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
CB1 2DP, Cambridge, 144 - 146 Tenison Road
This hotel is just 300 metres from Cambridge Rail Station and 20 minutes’ walk from the historic city centre. It offers limited private parking and free WiFi access. The magnificent old university buildings can be... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
PE1 5QT, Peterborough, Boongate, Newton Way
The Hub Peterborough offers affordable accommodation, just 1 mile from the shops and amenities of the city centre. Free high-speed WiFi is available, and there is free public parking on site, along with a 24-hour... read more
£ 43.00View Rates
PE27 4TG, St Ives, Back Lane
With a thatched roof and white stone walls, The Old Ferry Boat is considered England’s oldest inn. Overlooking the Great Ouse River, the rooms are tastefully furnished and have free Wi-Fi. The hotel is 30... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
MK44 3AL, Saint Neots, Great North Road
The Waterfront Hotel, Spa & Golf is located just off the A1 road, midway between Cambridge and Milton Keynes. It offers free Wi-Fi, good food, an 18-hole golf course and driving range, leisure facilities, spa... read more
£ 65.18View Rates
CB1 3DT, Cambridge, 116 Vinery Road
In a quiet location, Parkview Guesthouse offers free Wi-Fi, friendly service and free parking. Cambridge Rail Station and the city centre are within 30 minutes' walk from the property, and there is a bus stop... read more
CB2 1AB, Cambridge, 41 Regent Street
This fine listed building is situated in the heart of Cambridge. As a privately owned hotel they take pride in offering a personal, efficient and competitive service at all times. The Regent Hotel is completely... read more
£ 114.00View Rates
CB24 9PH, Cambridge, Lakeview , Bridge Road
With a modern leisure centre and stylish restaurant, Holiday Inn Cambridge offers spacious rooms and free parking for 200 cars. The hotel is just off the A14 road, Junction 32 and only 2 miles from... read more
£ 72.00View Rates
CB7 4ES, Ely, 6-8 St. Marys Street
Formerly an inn from the 18th /19th century, this family-run, Ely Guest House is just 2 minutes’ walk from beautiful Ely Cathedral. Offering comfortable lodge facilities, the friendly guest house has modern, fully furnished rooms... read more
£ 39.95View Rates
CB2 3AR, Cambridge, 37 Saint Andrews Street
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... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
CB2 3DT, Cambridge, Downing Street
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... read more
£ 122.40View Rates
PE9 3BH, Ufford, Ufford
In Ufford, between Peterborough and Stamford, the 4-star White Hart Inn has log fires and uses food produced at its own farm. Stone built in the traditional way, the White Hart Inn offers an attractive... read more
£ 80.00View Rates
CB1 7SP, Cambridge, 157 Mowbray Road
We are a highly commended, three diamond family run, non smoking establishment, two miles from the city centre of Cambridge. We are also near to Addenbookes Hospital. Acacia has been a guest House for 25... read more
CB6 3HJ, Ely, Ely Road, Little Thetford,
This award-winning accommodation offers free Wi-Fi. It is set in beautiful gardens and is only 1.5 miles from the centre of Ely and the cathedral. Baileys At Springfield is a charming bed and breakfast, between... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
PE29 6FL, Huntingdon, Kingfisher Way, Hinchingbrooke Business Park
Boasting excellent transport links, this contemporary-style 4-star hotel is set on the outskirts of Huntingdon, just minutes away from the A14, linking to the M11 southbound and the A1(M) north. Free Wi-Fi is available in... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
PE2 6GB, Peterborough, Peterborough Business Park, Lynch Wood
The Peterborough Marriott Hotel is opposite the East of England Showground and close to the A1. Large rooms are en suite and there are excellent leisure facilities including a pool and gym. All the spacious... read more
£ 67.00View Rates
CB21 5BZ, Fulbourn, 1 Balsham Road
This traditional coaching inn situated in the quiet and picturesque village of Fulbourn, just 6.4 km from Cambridge city centre. The White Hart is extremely well-presented and enjoys a prominent location in the village, with... read more
£ 89.00View Rates
PE1 1BA, Peterborough, Telephone House, Wentworth Street
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Peterborough Rail Station, this stylish, modern hotel boasts spacious rooms with double walk-in showers and city views. Guests can also enjoy the grill restaurant and bar. Free WiFi and free... read more
£ 57.60View Rates
PE1 1QL, Peterborough, Station Approach
A 10-minute walk from Peterborough city centre, the recently refurbished, 180-year-old Great Northern Hotel offers elegant rooms, 50 metres from the train station, and free public parking on site. It serves a full English breakfast... read more
CB2 9LA, Cambridge, Church Lane
The Lord Byron Inn is a charming pub that dates back to the 17th century. It has a restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and offers guest accommodation just over 2 miles south of Cambridge city centre. The... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
Accommodation Options at Cambridgeshire
The major accommodation options in Cambridgeshire are hotels, hostels, and bed and breakfast. There are several high-end boutique hotels on offer as well. As a general rule, accommodation costs is more expensive at city centres, especially in the heart of Cambridge, and becomes cheap at a distance from the city centre.
Hotels and hostels are aplenty in Cambridge. Cambridge has an excellent choice of hotels at all price-points. The range of hotels extends from international chains such as Premier Inn and Travelodge to exclusive boutique hotels, and from four and five star hotels to budget hotels. Cambridge city centre and other towns also offer several spa hotels, where travellers may relax and unwind after a hard day’s work.
Hostels offers an excellent alternative to hotels, especially for backpackers and budget travellers. Hostels also offer a chance to meet fellow travellers, and soak in the local culture of the region at a deeper level.
Hostels are generally cheap but is not owing to inferior quality of the space, but owing to shared facilities, including rooms and bathrooms. As such, travellers who do not mind sharing their space with others could consider hostels as an extremely cheap accommodation option.
Cambridgeshire also offers several bed and breakfast or b&b options. Bed and breakfasts off a budget alternative to hotels, and also an opportunity to live like the locals, and interact with them. Unlike hotels and even hostels, which are concentrated in the city or town centres, bed and breakfast options are spread throughout the county. The traveller may research as to the region they like to visit or explore, and identify a suitable b&b near the place.
Bed and breakfast offers much more varied choices compared to regular properties. However, not all b&b are equal. With hotels, once can expect a fair level of standards even without any independent research. The onus is on the traveller to undertake independent research to determine if the b&b option would meet their requirements in terms of the facilities on offer, location, and other considerations. Seeking out guests who have stayed in the b&b recently, and soliciting their feedback is the best way to get a real idea about the b&b.
Why Visit Cambridgeshire?
Cambridgeshire offer plenty for tourists. The historic town of Cambridge, with its famed university alone draws in thousands of visitor all year round. Cambridge is steeped in history, and moreover has a romantic flair to it.
A visit to the historic King’s Parade is a walk back in time. The Fitzwilliam Museum, the Imperial War Museum which showcases more than 200 wartime aircraft, tanks and other equipment, the Ely Cathedral, which dates back to Norman times, and the Kings College Chapel are some of the stately ancient monuments in Cambridge. The Kimbolton Castle, and Oliver Cromwell’s House, situated some distance away from Cambridge, are other historic places of interest.
Nature lovers would also be at home in Cambridgeshire. Wimpole Estate, a quaint country estate with parkland, the Backs, a lovely green space by the river, and the Cambridge University Botanical Gardens, offers good scope to connect with nature. Brampton Woods Paxton Pits Nature Reserve, and Wandlebury Country Park are other scenic hot-spots in the region.
Holme Fen, UK’s lowest physical point, is in Cambridgeshire. A series of lush undulating hills in the countryside offers a romantic flair to the place. The lush green belt around the city of Cambridge is another attraction.
Cambridgeshire is also famous for spa breaks. There are several spa resorts with hot tubs and swimming pools in the countryside, offering excellent packages.
Cambridge also offers a thriving arts scene. The city hosts Kettle’s Yard gallery. The Wysing Arts Centre at Bourn is another hot-spot for artists, attracting artists from across the globe.