Southampton Guest House 7 Elizabeth Way, Cambridge, CB4 1DE
Telephone: 01223 357780
Fax: 01223 314297
English Tourism Council 3 Diamonds
A warm, friendly welcome awaits you at this comfortable, Victorian, family run guest house, located about 5 minutes walk from the City Centre and close to the River Cam.
All rooms are en suite and have colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, central heating and telephone. Full English Breakfasts served, Vegetarians welcome.
Cambridge has been described as the loveliest city in Britain, and there is no doubt that it has captivated countless visitors with its great beauty - the magnificent courtyards, the bridges and 'Backs' along the River Cam, and above all the wealth of architecture styles to be admired - all part of the city's splendour.
The history of Cambridge dates back to Neolithic times and relics can still be seen in the University Museum of Archaelogy and Anthropology. There was a settlement here in Roman times and later came the Saxons and the Normans. But the growth of the city began over 900 years ago when it prospered as a trading route between eastern and central England. It soon became a teaching centre for scholars from neighbouring monasteries, and by the 13th Century, the University came into being.
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