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Madingley Hall
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

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Madingley Hall is a University owned estate set in 7 acres of delightful landscaped gardens, 3 miles west of Cambridge. The Hall has easy access from the M11, the A14 from the North and East, and the A428 from the West, with good links to the three London Airports and ample free car parking on site. The Hall is regularly used for educational and training events and has 61 ensuite bedrooms (13 twin and 48 single) which are welcoming, comfortably furnished and have garden views. Each room has a digital television, free broadband internet, direct dial phone, tea and coffee making facilities and a personal safe. Although not an hotel, Madingley Hall offers quality campus accommodation, 24 hour reception, a Bar, a personal service and a full choice of English or continental breakfast served in our historic Dining Hall. The Hall doesn't have a public restaurant but is offering a plated buffet and dessert at 10.

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