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Originally the Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University has been joined by other institutions and now offers a wide range of courses on its campuses in Cambridge and Peterborough as well as Chelmsford and London. At the Cambridge campus you can study a wide range of degrees, including English Literature, Law and Art as well as taking part in personal development courses. Whether you're visiting friends or family who are studying at the University or are here to attend a short course or for work, you'll find a good selection of guesthouses, B&Bs, luxury apartments and hotels nearby.

Enjoy Anglia Ruskin University from Your Cambridgeshire Hotel

Taking its name from art critic and philanthropist John Ruskin, who started the Cambridge School of Art in 1858, the Anglia Ruskin University campus in Cambridge is just a short 10-minute stroll from the historic city centre. With a choice of hotels and places to stay in Cambridge centre, you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the city and enjoy easy access to the university by bike, bus or on foot.

With its central location in Cambridge, it makes sense to extend your visit for a night or two and check out some of the other local attractions on offer. From museums and art galleries to lively theatre and comedy performances, there is no shortage of entertainments to enjoy when you book an overnight hotel stay in Cambridge.

Relax in Your Cambridgeshire Hotel After a Day at Anglia Ruskin University

After a busy day learning or sharing ideas at the Anglia Ruskin University, you'll find a choice of hotels on offer that offer extra facilities to help you to unwind, like the indoor swimming pool at the Holiday Inn Cambridge or tranquil gardens at the nearby Hotel Felix. Cambridgeshire is famous for its agriculture and local food and drink find their way to the top of many menus in pubs, cafés, restaurants and bars across the city, and if you're lucky you'll get to sample some locally-reared pork bangers and fresh locally-grown fruit with your hotel breakfast.

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