Conveniently located hotel on the outskirts of the University City
Located six miles outside of the city centre the Days Inn Cambridge is ideal for visitors who are looking to enjoy the city but wish to stay in a quieter environment. It’s also suitable for those wishing to visit some of the other attractions that lay outside of the city limits.
Found at Junction 28 of the A14, the 2-star establishment not only offers quick links to Cambridge but also to the south (via the M11), the north (A1M), and Norfolk (A10 and A11). As such it’s a useful hotel to pull up at.
Each of the hotel’s 82 rooms contains an en-suite bathroom with power shower. Other facilities include television, trouser press, coffee and tea making facilities, and hairdryer. All rooms are air conditioned and interconnecting rooms can be requested, perfect for families on a long trek across the country. The hotel allows pets to stay for no additional cost.
Car parking is complimentary and there is a 24 hour front desk. Whilst the hotel does not have a restaurant or café, it is located at a motorway services break so guests can find an assortment of fast food restaurants as well as a number of food stores and eateries. Alternatively, venturing into Cambridge offers a wider range of dining options.
Those staying at the Days Inn Cambridge for leisure purposes will find a host of different attractions. Even without visiting the city itself, guests can visit Duxford Imperial War Museum or the town of Huntingdon.
Whilst in Cambridge, visitors should ensure they pay close attention to the many university buildings which have been a huge part of the East Anglian city’s heritage for centuries now. The narrow cobblestoned streets of the city’s University district make for a fine setting for those that wish to simply stroll around unhurried. Along the way there is a wide choice of restaurants and bars in which to dine and drink.
The River Cam also makes for a fine backdrop. Whether walking along its banks or punting along its waters, the scenery and tranquillity prove more than enjoyable.
Those hoping for a little culture during their visit can attend performances at the Cambridge Corn Exchange, the Mumford Theatre, and the University’s ADC Theatre, as well as a whole host of different venues scattered throughout. Similarly, there are a number of museums that contain exhibits that will impress, delight, and astound equally.
Those willing to travel a little further can visit the picturesque city of Ely or the historic market town of King’s Lynn. The former includes a huge cathedral as well as a beautiful marina. The latter has a large number of traditional and scenic buildings that represent its history as a mediaeval market town. Both prove to be excellent daytrip locations. Both can be reached via the A10 main road or by using the railway service. Ely is a mere 15 minutes via train whilst King’s Lynn lies 45 minutes away.
The Days Inn Cambridge offers access to all of these attractions and many more.