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Willingham House
50 Church Street
Willingham

Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

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Willingham House is a 4 Stra large luxurious Victorian period house set in three acres of superbly landscaped gardens in the Picturesque Village of Willingham just North of Cambridge.We have 22 executive ensuite bedrooms,restaurant and bar, free parking.

Willingham House provides AA 4 Star GA rated accommodation & training/Conference facilities in a peaceful setting within Cambridge.Located in in the picturesque village of Willingham just north of Cambridge. The village of Willingham is traditional and well established. It has grown in size in recent years and yet it still maintains its charm and tranquillity. It is also well located for visiting historic Cambridge and its famous museums; galleries and university.Willingham House dates back from the later nineteenth century; when it served as the rectory for the village of Willingham until 1952. Being a large luxurious Victorian period house. m House is set in three acres of superbly landscaped gardens ideal for team building activities and is easily accessible by land and air. We take pride in exceeding your expectations of comfort; finest English and Oriental cuisine and attention to detail; making all your events very memorable for the right reasons. PLEASE NOTE Check In is from 14:00 Check Out is by 11:00. We are a no smoking accommodation. Regrettably we cannot accept pets.

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