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Cambridge Apartments, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Cambridge Apartments
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Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

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Appreciated by business and leisure visitors, Cambridge Apartments are quietly situated in four upmarket locations within walking distance of the historic city centre of Cambridge. Each of the comfortable one and two bedroom apartments and three and four bedroom townhouses are individually furnished and stylishly decorated. Kitchens are fully equipped and include dishwashers, washer/dryers, microwave ovens and fridge/freezers. Relax in modern apartments with comfortable sofas, wide screen television, DVD and stereo with CD player in each living room and a television and video in all master bedrooms. Additionally all apartments have security entry phones, direct dial telephone and fax machine. Private allocated parking and a welcome pack including fresh milk and tea/coffee are complimentary. We all look forward to welcoming you to Cambridge Apartments.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star
Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: London Stansted
Number of Units: 32
Unit Type: Apartments & 2 Townhouses
Price Guide: Prices start from £85.00 per night + VAT
Nearest Major Town: Cambridge
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