With its fine Gothic architecture and scholarly atmosphere, Cambridge possesses more than its fair share of allure and the new Tamburlaine hotel makes a vibrant addition to this fascinating city. Close to the historic centre, it welcomes guests whether they’re staying the night or simply dropping in for a cocktail. Each sociable space, from the brasserie-style Dining Room to The Library, has its own distinctive look, while the Garden Room with its ornate wallpaper, sumptuous velvet sofas and oversized antique silk rugs, offers a convivial gathering place with all the delight of a comfortable Victorian salon. See our Out & About section for more travel inspiration Located in one of Cambridge’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, The Tamburlaine is the ideal choice for visitors wanting to discover the very best that this beautiful city has to offer. The hotel sits adjacent to the stunning Botanic Garden and a mere 10-minute walk from the city centre.


– Prices start at £170 a night for the Fresher Superking Classic room and £290 a night for a Dean Suite. –Dine in any of the four venues, each with its own atmosphere and menu, and enjoy a meal prepared by head chef David Ellams or cocktail created by mixologist Ash Briggs. Tamburlaine, 27/29 Station Road, Cambridge CBl 2FB, 01223 792888, thetamburlaine.co.uk.


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