Stay in Cambridge and you’ll see fabulous architecture, experience real history and enjoy the atmosphere of this ancient university city. You’ll see breathtaking views, enjoy traditional punting on the river and see rolling countryside with  cattle freely grazing.

Although Cambridge has much to offer for the traveller, perhaps is is most famous for its university and to ensure that your experience is truly authentic, you can stay in university accommodation.

The photographs you see below feature just one of the several colleges that make up Cambridge University – Trinity College and its famous Trinity Hall.

Staying here is less expensive than staying in a city centre hotel yet it’s so well located, is a historic building and your accommodation will be like staying in a good hotel – but at a budget price and with far more history. This makes a university stay so very special.

Many notable people studied at Trinity – including royalty and who knows? You might even be staying in the same room as Nobel prize winners, respected people from the arts world and even members of the royal family.

But the rooms have been completely modernised with all the amenities you’d expect from a good hotel. Even a hot, cooked breakfast is included in the price – served in the gorgeous dining hall – plus plenty more extras.

Pubs, restaurants, a theatre and historic properties are all within walking distance and your accommodation is right on the banks of the River Cam and set within beautiful gardens.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT STAYING AT THE COLLEGE HERE.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN ABOUT THE AREA AT TRIP ADVISOR.

Take a walk around the college:

WHERE IS CAMBRIDGE?

This historic city is north of London and is ideally situated for those travellers wishing to explore the beautiful local area.

Trinty Hall

Trinity Hall,
Trinity Lane,
Cambridge,
CB2 1TJ,
United Kingdom

ARTICLE BY:

Jackie

Jackie

JJ is originally from the UK and has lived in South Florida since 1994. She is the founder and editor of JAQUO Magazine. You can connect with her using the social media icons below.

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