Arundel House Hotel

Address: Chesterton Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, CB4 3AN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Chesterton Road, Cambridge, is near Kettle's Yard House and Gallery, Cambridge and County Folk Museum, ADC Theatre, and Magdalene College.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsArundel House Hotel Cambridge

        Reviewed by lavlwilson

        Full of charm, a great restaurant, and good service

        Reviewed Aug 28, 2016
        by (16 reviews) Denver , United States Flag of United States

        Lovely old hotel, great restaurant in the Conservatory. Upgraded to a large airy room with a huge bathtub.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Arundel House Hotel Cambridge

        3.00 of 5 stars Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Cambridge

        A scholarly town

        A travel blog entry by lavlwilson on Aug 28, 2016

        51 photos

        Due to our not having booked Christ's College housing until our second day, we spent the first night in a lovely hotel just opposite the weir on the River Cam. As our room was not ready (and it was on the fourth floor), the receptionist took one look at our massive luggage and upgraded us to a huge room on the 2nd floor. After lunch, we …

        Higher Education -- English-Style

        A travel blog entry by colleenstravels on Oct 17, 2015

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        ... Cambridge. It has a lovely dining hall and a chapel designed by Christopher Wren, who also designed St. Paul's Cathedral in London.

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        A Trip Down Memory Lane

        A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 16, 2014

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        Cambridge is a fairly large college town. The university consists of 31 separate colleges spread around the city. Each college has its own dorms, classrooms, church, and park like grounds. The first college was built in 1209. Each college has a gate that faces the street and the buildings are right next to the sidewalk but once inside the gate it is quiet with lovely lawns, gardens and ...

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        University and Punting

        A travel blog entry by smittee on Aug 27, 2013

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        ... they include armoury, ceramics, furniture and paintings. I liked the Egyptian sarcophagus collection and the ancient Greece rooms. The galleries are upstairs which have the collection of Rembrandt etchings and the works from artists like Picasso, Hogarth, Wright of Derby, Monet, Rodin and many more. The antiquities are of exceptional quality; the exhibits are well preserved and date back to 3000 BC, which is quite remarkable. I keep coming to the museum each time I am in ...