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Abbey Guest House, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Abbey Guest House
588 Newmarket Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

CB5 8LP | View map
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All the double, family and twin rooms are en-suite and feature television and fridge for your convenience. Free internet is also supplied.All rooms are equipped satellite TV. 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, Duxford Imperial War Museum, the American Military Cemetery and the Cathedral City of Ely. Cambridge is about 30 minutes from London Stansted Airport and 60 minutes from Luton Airport. Checking-in time is from 2pm onwards until 11pm on the day of arrival and checking-out time is by 11am on the day of departure. Prices include continental breakfast which is served in the dinning room between 07:30 to 09:30 (weekdays) and between 7:30 to 10:00 (weekends). Car parking is available free of charge.

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