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Ayah Villa Guest House
157 Shelford Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

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Ayah Villa Guest House offers comfortable and relaxing accommodation for individuals, families and groups visiting Cambridge for leisure, study or business. Ayah Villa Guest House is conveniently situated for easy access to the heart of historic Cambridge (2 miles to city centre) and Adenbrookes Hospital (1 mile)

Cambridge is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, renowned for its well-known Colleges, beautiful Botanic Gardens, Museums, Theatres & Cinemas, Shopping centres and fine restaurants. The river Cam and its romantic views would be the most memorable experience of your visit. Further a field, Cambridge is within easy access to the National Stud and Horse Racing at Newmarket (10miles), Duxford Imperial War Museum (15 minutes), the American Military Cemetery and the Cathedral City of Ely (10 miles). Cambridge is about 20 minutes from London Stansted Airport and 60 minutes from Luton Airport.

We can offer FREE off road parking and FREE WiFi internet access throughout. Whether you are visiting for work or pleasure, we endeavor to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible.

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