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Fitzwilliam College
Storey’s Way
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

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Staying at Fitzwilliam College offers you the perfect base from which to explore Cambridge.

A ten-minute stroll down Castle Hill from the College’s North Gate takes you to Magdalene Bridge in the historic centre of the City. Here you can absorb the full flavour of traditional Cambridge – go punting, enjoy the riverside restaurants and cosmopolitan bars and explore the medieval colleges and museums.

Fitzwilliam College offers modern ensuite rooms set within a tranquil, historic landscape. The bedrooms are equipped with broadband access, telephone, desk and tea/coffee-making facilities as well as complimentary toiletries and fresh towels. Rooms are serviced daily by Cambridge’s famous ‘bedders’, who, with the Porters, make sure you are welcomed to the College and looked after during your stay.

Rooms with disabled access are available, subject to availability. Twin en-suite bedrooms at Fitzwilliam College are individually located around the different courts. We are therefore unable to allocate twin bedrooms that are adjacent/next to each other. Please note that due to the nature and location of the twin bedrooms, our facilities are not suitable for families with children under the age of 12.

Fitzwilliam College is a place of study, so please respect the privacy of Fellows and scholars living and working here during the vacation period.

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