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The Gonville Hotel
Gonville Place

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The Gonville Hotel is an independent AA 4 Star family hotel in the heart of one of the world's most famed cities - a city which is the central attraction of a whole host of interesting places to visit in East Anglia.

The hotel offers all the contemporary facilities that discerning guests appreciate, combining these with the personal service and friendly atmosphere of yesteryear: truly a hotel in the Cambridge tradition.

Whether you are a local resident or a visitor to this beautiful city for business or leisure, you are sure of a warm welcome at the Gonville. We are very conveniently placed overlooking Parker's Piece, hallowed by all cricket lovers as the place where Sir Jack Hobbs honed his game. It's but a short stroll across the Piece to reach the colleges and all the other attractions for which Cambridge is justly famous. Our free car park provides for over 80 vehicles, we are just three-quarters of a mile from Cambridge station, 2 miles from Cambridge Airport and just over 29 miles from London Stansted International Airport.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star 79%
Number of Rooms: 84
Number Ensuite: 84

Price per Room:

Double: From 99
Twin: From 99
Single: From 89
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Name: Chancellors/Atrium
Cuisine: Quality English
Chef: Nick O'Mahoney

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