Accommodation in Cambridge
As a reminder for those who have booked to stay at Queens’ College (now sold out): 2 nights accommodation = Friday & Saturday nights; 3 nights = Thursday, Friday & Saturday; and 4 nights = Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. Check-in is from 10.00am and rooms should be vacated on Sunday morning.
We have arranged a discount for Conference delegates at The Graduate, an excellent hotel two hundred metres from Queens. Please use the promotion code – QUEENS – or click here: Queens College Sep 23.
We have also agreed a discounted rate at the Moller Institute, Churchill College. Rooms are available at £110 (single occupancy) and £130 (double). The price includes an outstanding breakfast (we write from experience), and car parking. Delegates should contact the Moller Institute directly at Moller.Reception@chu.cam.ac.uk (or call 01223-465500), quoting booking reference KX47353. The Moller Institute is just over a mile from Queens’ College and the walk will take you along ‘the Backs’, one of the most pleasant walks in England. Bikes can also be obtained from the Moller Centre, as can local taxis.
Rooms are also available in other Cambridge Colleges. Click on University Rooms in Cambridge.
Many other accommodation options are also available close to or in central Cambridge with prices to suit all budgets. We recommend googling ‘hotels in Cambridge UK’ to view the full range of booking options. Alternatively, you may wish to use booking.com or trivago.co.uk, where there are often discounted rooms.
Travel: Getting to Cambridge
One of the best options is to travel by train. A non-stop train service runs between London Kings Cross and Cambridge station twice an hour on weekdays and once an hour at weekends. The College is a short taxi ride from the station or 20 minutes if walking.
London Stansted is the closest airport, with regular trains, coaches and buses to Cambridge. There is a wide selection of routes to and from Europe.
London Heathrow operates a regular coach service to Cambridge (see the National Express website). Alternatively, take a train to Paddington and then the London Underground to Kings Cross for trains to Cambridge.
From London Gatwick, take the Gatwick Express to Victoria and the Underground (Victoria Line) to Kings Cross for trains to Cambridge.
There is limited car parking in central Cambridge and most visitors make use of one of the popular and inexpensive Park & Ride facilities outside the city centre.
Queens’ College is located at CB3 9ET.
There are regular coach services from London Victoria to central Cambridge, and from many other cities: National Express Coaches
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