BEST WESTERN PLUS Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel Stow Cum Quy
Easy taxi ride to the hotel from the airport - not a very practical walk though.
Dinner, bed and breakfast came to £150 for two including wine. We got a small discount as Marshalls (at the airport) had made the reservation on our behalf.
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