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Cambridge Lodge Hotel, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Cambridge Lodge Hotel
139 Huntingdon Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

CB3 0DQ | View map

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We are a privately owned hotel, one mile from Cambridge city centre, set in a residential area only fifteen minutes walk from the historical universities. The building is in the mock Tudor style, built in the early 1900s with ample parking and beautiful grounds. Our restaurant has an excellent reputation with residents and local clientele alike.

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Nearest Train Station: Cambridge
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Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 12

Price per Room:

Double: £105.00
Twin: £105.00
Single: £82.50
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