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Acorn Guest House
154 Chesterton Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

CB4 1DA | View map

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Ideally situated near the River Cam, city centre, colleges and most business parks, this guest house provides comfortable accommodation and a homely atmosphere.

Cambridge is one of the most beautiful cities in Britain and is steeped in history and tradition. Acorn Guest House offers accommodation in the main house, as well as annexe accommodation, and is ideally situated for a visit to both the city and the surrounding area. Cambridge is a city best discovered on foot and guests find our location ideal for exploring the sights. Acorn Guest House is located within walking distance of the River Cam, the historic city centre and the famous colleges. If travelling on foot to the centre, the journey is a pleasant walk alongside the river and across the greens. There are a number of pubs alongside the river. You may see crews of rowers on the river and in the summer, you will see punting. For the less energetic, there are frequent buses from the bus stop located close by.

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Ratings/Awards: AA/ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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