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Robinson College, Cambridge

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Where to stay in Cambridge

With over 150 hotels, B&Bs, inns, and self-catering facilities, Cambridge offers a wealth of lodging options for every taste and budget. While visiting this heritage-rich city, you can even enjoy the university experience by staying in a college room. These centrally located B&B rooms offer an inexpensive and convenient alternative to staying in the city's hotels. You can retrace the footsteps of the university's famous graduates, grab a meal in the college hall, get lost in the campus and hidden courtyards, and end the day with a drink in the college bar.
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  • Great facilities. We had a conference, with over 300 delegates it was roomy and met the needs for all attending.  more »
  • Do not expect traditional Cambridge halls and gargoyles at this brick built college. The entrance and walk through the college does not prepare you for the beauty of the gardens but you can buy a book...  more »
  • This was a good place to stay in that it was close to downtown, right on the tour bus route. The rooms are clean and basic -- no TV, but towels and toiletries are provided. Highlights were the wonderf...  more »
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  • Lovely college and staff. Great place to visit my boyfriend who studied there! May ball was fantastic this year!
  • Although some call this College 'The Car Park' due it its red-brick exterior, it is in actual fact the best college in the University of Cambridge. It is much more down to earth than many of the other, older colleges and it has some of the nicest gardens in Cambridge. Whatismore, you are allowed to walk on the grass. If was the first college founded to be co-ed in the whole university, so three cheers for gender equality.
  • Great bad and one of the more relaxed Cambridge Colleges. Lovely gardens on a summers day!
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  • Best college in Cambridge. Well worth a cheeky application