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good central location for visiting Peterborough. Easy to get to from station. Nice relaxed atmosphere and all the facilities worked. Bed was comfortable but no bath. Pool table in the bar was a welcome surprise .
The Redwings is OK for a place to sleep, there are no other amenities other than a very small bar. It met all hygiene requirements, it was clean and functional and everything provided worked. However the curtains and walls between the rows were very thin. So I was at 4:30 in the morning and when ...
I stayed here recently, nice hotel, great location, friendly staff. Valet parked my car for two nights, when I returned car to rental company there was a deep scratch on front lower panel, like a curb hit. I know it wasnt there when I rented, I know I didn't hit a curb, only time car was out of my ...
Nice hotel, good food at the onsite pub. Great transport links by car, and station next to hotel, 1hr into central London direct.
Very beautiful building, and very friendly staff! (Breakfast and reception and pretty much everyone we talked to.) Gardens are very beautiful. Room was more like a dorm room, but clean and breakfast was very lovely in a nice setting with friendly waitresses. Great location to Cambridge too.
Cambridgeshire in East Anglia is a popular venue for conferences and events, with a number of conference centres and hotels providing meeting facilities. Those travelling on business will find accommodation to suit all budgets, from country house hotels with meeting facilities in Cambridge to spa hotels and independent hotels in Peterborough and chain hotels in Huntingdon.
Luxurious conference centre hotels such as Madingley Hall offer amenities to suit business travellers, such as 24-hour room service, ideal if you want to relax after a day of meetings, and free WiFi. Other amenities such as mini-bars, Egyptian cotton sheets and designer toiletries are designed to help those travelling on business enjoy a relaxing stay. With many hotels providing free self-parking and restaurants and bars on-site, you need never leave the comfort of your hotel - unless you want to see some of the county's main sights.
With most hotels offering free parking, you're never more than a short drive away from some of Cambridgeshire's sights. In Cambridge itself, city centre chain hotels and spa hotels are within easy walking distance of museums such as the Fitzwilliam Museum, where you can see Egyptian relics and the University Museum of Zoology, home to mammal skeletons, fossils and birds. Cambridgeshire has miles of countryside to explore too for a great way to relax after a day of meetings or conferences. Walking routes such as The Bishop's Way or Wicken Way are popular, or head for one of Cambridge's green spaces in the heart of the city between meetings, such as Jesus Green near Jesus College or Midsummer Common next to the River Cam.
Those visiting Cambridgeshire on business can take advantage of excellent meeting and conference facilities on offer at many hotels, with some hotels offering 24-hour access to business centres. Additional amenities such as free WiFi, free newspapers, dry cleaning facilities and services such as in-room massage are also available at many hotels, so you can still relax and enjoy your stay, even if you're travelling on business.