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Best pubs with rooms in CambridgeYou will love spending a night in these Cambridge pubsThe Red Lion in Histon (Image: David Johnson) Cambridge is one of Britain’s loveliest cities, with plenty of magnificent tourist attractions and historical landmarks. But visiting Cambridge won’t be the same if you aren’t staying in equally magnificent accommodation.Want to spend a night in a charming bed breakfast in Cambridge? Then here’s our guide to the best pubs with rooms in the city, which you can book a visit right now.The Red Lion Voted the 2017 Cambridge CAMRA pub of the year, The Red Lion is a must visit for all tourists in Cambridge. If you’re just swinging by for a meal, their home cooked roasts and selection of traditional cask ales make the trip over to this charming Histon pub a must.Prices for rooms start from per night,
with four double rooms fitted with en suite bathrooms and emperor size beds. They also come with state of the art features including large wall mounted TVs and free WiFi.The pub itself offers a wealth of different drinks, with a range of cask ales, authentic European lagers, fruit and wheat beers and Belgian bottles to choose from. A range of pub classics are also available to order, all served in sizeable portions the ultimate burger has to be seen to be believed.Located under four miles from central Cambridge landmarks,
The Red Lion is the perfect place for a city break.Our guide to the best bars in CambridgeThe Waterman Located just a short stroll from the picturesque surroundings of Midsummer Common, The Waterman is an inn with a perfect blend of contemporary and period design throughout.The pub boasts eight bedrooms, ranging from a double en suite for up to per night, a king double en suite for up to per night and a twin en suite for up to per night.The newly renovated Waterman pubThe downstairs pub has recently been refurbished, offering a wide selection of drinks. The majority of the food on offer is locally sourced too from the breakfasts to the famous Sunday roasts.Children are welcome throughout The Waterman,
although unfortunately disabled access is only available in the downstairs pub, and not the rooms themselves.Additionally, the Waterman has Freeview TV in all rooms, as well as WiFi and bicycle storage facilities. As well as the fantastic accommodation, the pub is positioned less than a mile from tourist attractions including King’s College and the Grand Arcade shopping centre.The Portland Arms Another fine pub/B in Cambridge,
The Portland Arms can be found in Chesterton Road, with a boutique feel. With only three bedrooms, availability at The Portland Arms is limited but with a bargain price of per room every evening, it’s easy to see why it’s so popular with tourists.(Image: David Johnson)This is the best choice of accommodation for music fans, as The Portland Arms also acts as a live music venue,
with some of the best local bands swinging by. Even if you’re not planning on staying the night, grabbing a drink and a live gig at the Portland Arms is a great way to spend the evening.As well as a bar/lounge, the accommodation at The Portland Arms includes free high speed Internet for all visitors.