Jane and Nigel offer a Bed and Breakfast service for visitors to Cambridge, and focus on providing high quality accommodation and a level of service that are essential requisites for guests to ensure a relaxing holiday or successful business trip. Helping visitors to unwind, their service and accommodation is guaranteed to make for an enjoyable stay.
Located in a quiet residential area conveniently situated just 20 minutes walk from the historical city centre, famous colleges and other attractions that Cambridge has to offer, Finches provides visitors with a warm and welcoming place to stay.
All bedrooms en-suite (2 bedrooms ground floor), central heated, tastefully decorated with colour TV, tea/coffee making facilities, alarm clock radio/CD player and have the advantage of being housed in an annex giving guests independence and extra privacy. Strictly non-smoking. Ample off road parking.
Within easy walking distance to the city centre.
All rooms have wireless internet connection.
Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities. Ground Floor accommodation
Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for.
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
London - Stansted airport (travelling north)
Exit at junction 13 and turn right onto the A1303 (Madingley Road).
Continue on this road for approximately 1 mile, passing the 'Park & Ride' on the left. Turn left onto Storeys Way and follow this road to the end. Turn left onto Huntingdon Road and travel approximately 1/2 mile, passing the Beefeater on the left and the Felix Hotel on the right. Just BEFORE the BP petrol station, turn right into Thornton Road. Finches Bed & Breakfast is the first house on the left hand side.
From the A1:
Join the A14 and proceed approximately 20 miles to Cambridge. Exit the A14 and follow the signs for Cambridge on the A1307 which will bring you onto Huntingdon Road. Passing the BP perol station on your left, take the first left into Thornton Road.
Finches Bed & Breakfast is the first house on the left hand side.