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Population: 5000
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The White Hart Inn
"Good Points: Hospitable and friendly staff General review: We thoroughly enjoyed our time at the White Hart and it proved to be far more convenient than we had thought in terms ..." More

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Fulbourn is a picturesque village in the county of Cambridgeshire, and is home to just under five thousand people. The village reaches far back into the history books and first saw the Anglo Saxons settle here. Farming has played its part across the years and continues today due to the rich, dark, fertile Fenland surrounding the village. It was once an important Coaching stop on the route to Newcastle, this could explain why Fulbourn had many Inns during the early twentieth century, and although there are no longer many, there are 3 remaining today, offering a warm welcome, coffee or something a little stronger, one of which dates back centuries. A gentle stroll along the lanes will discover attractive timber framed houses, and thatched cottages some of which date back centuries, and an ancient church that's dedicated to St Vigor the oldest part of which, the Tower was built in the 13th Century. Walkers are tempted to the village as it's close to the ancient Roman Road the Icknield Way, and pleasant Fenland. The High Street is short but has a good selection of shops, although as it is only four miles or so from the centre of Cambridge it's perfectly placed.

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The White Hart Inn (0.40 miles)

The White Hart Inn
The White Hart is extremely well presented and enjoys a prominent location in the village, with easy access to and from Cambridge and it's surrounding areas. Easily reached from the A11, Newmarket and Duxford are ... More | visit website
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Hamden Guest House (1.95 miles)

Hamden Guest House
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Allenbell (2.00 miles)

Allenbell

Allenbell Guest House is a newly-built bed and breakfast establishment on Coldhams Lane in Cherry Hinton, close to Cambridge city centre, and very convenient for the M11 and A14. We offer a modern, friendly service ... More | visit website

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Keskin (2.12 miles)

Keskin

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Self Catering Property offering rooms or appartment rental. Close to all local amenities and Addenbrookes hospital. Local bus routes. Ten minutes to city centre. Five minutes from Train Station The ... More

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Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel (2.40 miles)

Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel

A real gem, a characterful Grade II listed former watermill, featuring award winning food, real ales and 40 malt whiskies. This family owned hotel has a Health Club with a 12 metre indoor pool, spa, ... More | visit website

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Bosworth B&B (2.49 miles)

Bosworth B&B

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Privately operated b&b-a quiet cul de sac modern house 3km from city centre.All rooms are modern,neautral decor,shared bathrooms,full use of kitchen,communal lounge with fax,tv,telephone 24/7 wi fi broadband.Offstreet parking for ... More

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Asteria Natal (2.81 miles)

Asteria Natal

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Natal B&B, Cambridge. We have a range double rooms, with and without en-suit cubicles, all rooms have a continental breakfast in the room ready for the morning. We are close ... More

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Carolina Guest House (2.86 miles)

Carolina Guest House

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Cambridge is one of the most beautiful and picturesque cities in Great Britain. Historic buildings and famous University Colleges.

Situated on the ring road, Carolina Guesthouse is a perfect base for you ... More

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Ashtrees Guest House (2.88 miles)

Ashtrees Guest House

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Conveniently located, this Guest House attracts tourists wishing to explore the splendour of Cambridge. The bridges and 'Backs' of the River Cam and a wealth of architectural styles are a short ... More

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Acacia Guest House (2.92 miles)

Acacia Guest House

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Acacia Guest House offers 10 spacious, modern well laid out bedrooms, 2 on the ground floor, most with en suite facilities.We do have two rooms which have wash basins in ... More

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