This flat is just as it appears in the photos. Everything is brand new. It is well-equipped without being cluttered. The beds are comfortable, the water is hot and plentiful. The flat is spacious and comfortably furnished. There is plenty of natural light. The flat is an easy walk to stores and restaurants. ...
Clean and tidy. Perfectly functional to be self sufficient
Lovely B&B, there is nothing that the owner hasn’t thought of. Will always use when staying in Cambridge from now on.
Cheap, shabby, you will hear the other guests using the toilet. On the positive side, there is parking, it is safe, I was lucky to get a room facing away from a busy road, and it was the only guest house available on a busy day due to poor reviews. It's a place to survive a night and not tell anybody ...
It's a lovely top floor apartment with a huge roof terrace in a quiet part of town which is walkable if you're fit. Furniture of good quality, large flat-screen television, all the facilities you might need in the kitchen and two good bathrooms. Talked on the phone with the owner and arrangements ...
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The hotel was clean and friendly staff. The room was big enough and the price was excellent for a hotel near the city centre.
Very clean and spacious but I couldn’t work the coffee machine and I couldn’t find any instructions but apart from that it was to a high standard
Relax with nature at Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
It is located in Cambridge, approximately 130 miles away from Manchester. If you're eager to get away from the city, this destination is for you.
Choose from as many as 22 hotels within a radius of 2 miles of Cambridge University Botanic Garden. The Gonville Hotel is 1 mile away. Alternatively, the Home from Home Guest House and the Carolina Guest House are 1 mile and 1 mile away, respectively.
If you would rather not surrender a small fortune on your accommodation, you'll be pleased to hear that there are several budget hotels relatively close by. The Shelford Lodge and the Christs College Cambridge are a few places you should think about.
If you'd like to stay somewhere a bit more lavish, you'll be glad to find out that there are some such hotels close by. From the instant you check in, the CB1 Apartments and the Citystay - The Vie will tend to all your needs. These popular accommodation options are 0.5 miles and 0.7 miles away, respectively.
Sightseers stop by Starbucks Coffee (20, Cambridge Retail Park, Newmarket Road, Cambridge) for coffee and treats after visiting Cambridge University Botanic Garden. If you're after lunch or dinner, make your way to Pipasha Restaurant (529C Newmarket Road, Cambridge) and investigate the specials of the day.
The nearest rail stop to Cambridge University Botanic Garden is Cambridge North, and you'll be pleased to know it's within walking distance.