Churchill College in Cambridge has a reputation for producing some of the world's leading scientists and engineers. Since it was founded in 1960 by Royal Charter as a memorial to Sir Winston Churchill, it has produced 30 Nobel Prize winners. As well as being one of Cambridge University's 31 colleges, Churchill College is a popular venue for conferences and welcomes anyone wishing to view the nationally important Churchill Archive Centre. Whatever your reason for visiting, you'll find a wide choice of accommodation in Cambridgeshire near to the college, from pleasant guesthouses and budget-friendly B&Bs to intimate boutique and luxury corporate hotels.
Restful Stays near Churchill College
Churchill College is home to nearly 500 undergraduates from around the world during term-time. It's less than a 10-minute cycle from the shops and restaurants of the town centre, so hotels and guesthouses near Churchill College make a great base for anyone visiting the college for one of the many conferences held here each year. And if you're here for pleasure then the central location puts you within easy reach of everything this incredible city has to offer. From your hotel base you can explore the city, including the historic architecture of the Bridge of Sighs, the dreamy, tree-lined banks of the River Cam or book a seat at one of the many theatre or music venues in the city, such as the Cambridge Corn Exchange.
With easy road links connecting Churchill College with the surrounding area, staying in a hotel out in the peace and tranquillity of the Cambridgeshire countryside is another option for conference delegates. Here you'll find a choice of hotels offering extra facilities, including golf or spa treatments, to provide further ways to relax after a busy day of work.
Cambridgeshire Hotels for Churchill College
The Churchill Archive Centre is a world-leading collection of papers from the 20th Century and an essential source of information on British history. Here you can browse the papers of many political figures including Churchill himself, Margaret Thatcher and Ernest Bevin. Open Monday to Friday, anyone wishing to make a visit to the Archive Centre as part of their hotel stay in Cambridgeshire, should contact the centre in advance.