MelbournCopyright Nigel Cox

The large village of Melbourn is more or less surrounded by golf courses and wildlife reserves. Easy to reach via its own train station or a short drive from the M1, it sits on the River Mel, a location that explains its Roman roots... Read More

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Hotels in Melbourn - 3 places to stay

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Coach House Hotel

Coach House Hotel

Primarily built of local flint, a major refurbishment by new management at the Coach House means that old world charm and a warm welcome are now complemented by modern facilities. Nestled amongst lush farmland, this pretty ... More | Double Room: From £70 | visit website

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Sheene Mill

Sheene Mill

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Sheene Mill Hotel & Restaurant is set in an idyllic location close to the centre of Royston and 15 minutes to the south of Cambridge. Near to Junctions 10 & ... More

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The Old Bull Inn (3.16 miles)

The Old Bull Inn
The Old Bull Inn is full of history and character and is located in the busy market town of Royston. Just 12 miles outside the Historic University City of Cambridge, only 8 miles from Europeís ... More | visit website
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Hall Farm (4.81 miles)

Hall Farm
Quiet accommodation in a beautiful Georgian Farmhouse set in a secluded walled garden. This 800 acre working family farm is on the edge of the pretty hilltop village of Great Chishill, the highest point in ... More | visit website
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Dorset House (5.81 miles)

Dorset House

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Set in its own private grounds, this beautiful house is ideally situated in the peaceful village of Little Shelford, just 4 miles away from the historic university city of Cambridge. Awarded 4 ... More

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Duxford Lodge (6.01 miles)

Duxford Lodge

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Duxford Lodge Hotel, built in the early part of the 1900s as a private house still retains some of its grandeur. All fifteen bedrooms are individually decorated to a high ... More

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Holiday Inn Express M11 J10 (6.40 miles)

Holiday Inn Express M11 J10

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The Holiday Inn Express Cambridge Duxford hotel aims to be the premier choice for guests searching Cambridge hotels. The stylish Holiday Inn Express Cambridge Duxford offers 73 inviting guestrooms complete ... More

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The Jester Hotel (6.57 miles)

The Jester Hotel

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This lovely country inn is located just off the A505 between Baldock and Royston; near junction 10 of the M11, it has great access to the regionís major road network. The hotelís ... More

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High Green Lodge (6.85 miles)

High Green Lodge
Charming self contained chalet. Accommodation offers living area with flat screen TV and free view/DVD. Fridge containing self service continental breakfast. Ample tea and coffee facilities. Plates, cutlery and wine glasses for those wanting a ... More | visit website
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Ayah Villa Guest House (7.10 miles)

Ayah Villa Guest House
Ayah Villa Guest House offers comfortable and relaxing accommodation for individuals, families and groups visiting Cambridge for leisure, study or business. Ayah Villa Guest House is conveniently situated for easy access to the heart of ... More | visit website
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Anstey Grove Barn (7.62 miles)

Anstey Grove Barn

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Situated less than 30 minutes from Cambridge, Hertford, Ware, Harlow and Stevenage.Anstey Grove Barn is a converted barn providing high quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of the ... More

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The Three Tuns Hotel (7.66 miles)

The Three Tuns Hotel

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We are a traditional Country Hotel, Pub and Restaurant situated in the heart of the village of Ashwell, North Hertfordshire which is also close to the South Cambridge shire border.We ... More

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