Hotels in Cambridge
Travelling to Cambridge
Cambridge is about 60 miles north of London. By car it can be easily reached
by the M11 motorway from London. Other highways that connect with Cambridge
include the A604 from Colchester, A14 East from Newmarket, A14 West from Huntington,
A45 West from Bedford, and A10 from Ely.
Trains leave London's King's Cross and Liverpool Street stations for Cambridge
several times each hour. The faster King's Cross trains take about 45 minutes
to get there, while the other trains are slower and take around 70 minutes,
There are frequent coach connections from Cambridge, to London, midlands, Eastern
England and the rest of the UK using the extensive National Express network.
Buses depart from Victoria coach station in London and take about two hours
(more in peak hours). The bus station in Cambridge is in the town centre; there
is also an adjacent taxi rank.
The closest major airport to Cambridge is London Stansted Airport, about 25
miles (40 minutes by car) from Cambridge. It is well served by airlines flying
to European destinations. There is a rail service from the airport into Cambridge
(the railway station is part of the terminal), which takes about 30 minutes
and operates seven days a week.
If you arrive at London's Heathrow Airport, there is an hourly coach that takes
about 2.5 hours to reach Cambridge (often longer, depending on traffic jams).
Alternatively you can catch a train via London Paddington and them London Kings
If your flight arrives at London's Gatwick Airport, there is also a direct
coach service to Cambridge that takes around four hours.
For more information about cheap hotels in Cambridge, why not try a search?
Selection of hotels in this region:
Express By Holiday Inn Cambridge
Cambridge Belfry Hotel
Travelodge Cambridge Swavesey
Cambridgeshire Moat House
Cambridge Garden House Moat House
Royal Cambridge Hotel
Holiday Inn Cambridge
De Vere University Arms
Sleep Inn Cambridge
Crowne Plaza Hotel
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