Summary

Offering clean and comfortable accommodation with free Wi-Fi and use of gym.

Introduction

Queens’ is one of Cambridge’s most historic colleges and today offers a wonderful mix of history and modern design, creating a truly unique experience to visitors who are looking for a true Cambridge experience.

Situated next to the River Cam and home to the famous Mathematical Bridge, Queens’ College offers a selection of accommodation, perfect as a base to explore Cambridge and beyond.

The  twin ensuite accommodation is bright and comfortable situated in the Fisher Building and single ensuite rooms in either the Erasmus Building or in Cripps Court, all of which include breakfast.

With regret disabled rooms are not available at Queens' College.

History to the present day

Queens' College has a rich and magnificent history dating back many hundreds of years, showcasing many centuries of heritage and academic learning. The colleges older buildings date back to the 15th Century, whilst the more recent 20th Century buildings are modernistic in design, mixing traditional styling with modern design. constructed on the site of today’s Mathematical Bridge and shortly after, the first, 16th Century bridge was removed.

Food and Drinks

Renowned for banqueting and stunning chef prepared menus. Guests staying at Queens’ College can enjoy a full and hearty breakfast included in the price. Freshly prepared and delicious lunches can be purchased, please enquire on arrival.

Grounds and gardens

There is a selection of manicured gardens and lawns to enjoy.

Other facilities

Complimentary Wi-fi, tea & coffee making facilities in all rooms, and a selection of bathroom toiletries.

Also available to use is the College gym (£20.00 deposit) please enquire on arrival, squash courts and college punts.

Summary

No disabled access

18th century buildings

Breakfast Included

No parking

No smoking

B&B

Facilities

Free broadband access (wired)

Shared gardens

Squash court

Gym

Luggage storage

24 hour security

Linen included

Towels included

Central heating

Food and Drinks

Restaurant

Cooked breakfast (included)

Lunch available (at additional cost)

Dinner available (at additional cost)

Picnic area

Nearby Recreations

Recommended walks

Pub (walking distance)

Museums (walking distance)

Historic houses

Recommended restaurants (walking distance)

Theatre (walking distance)

Queens' College, Cambridge - Reviews

4.1/5.0

Based on 149 reviews
Service 4.3
Rooms 4.0
Food 3.6
Value 4.0
Overall Experience 4.2

Good comfortable accommodation.
Mr Rupert M

Overall an excellent and thoroughly enjoyable experience. Participants enjoyed the location, lecture theatre, quality of rooms and food. Formal dinner had excellent reviews from all conference participants. Staff were always helpful and considerate. Will definitely look into a future booking.
Prof David S

the woman in the porter's lodge was very friendly and helpful.
Ms Victoria S

From the moment I arrived I was made welcome at the porters lodge the service in the bar was first class the room was clean and had everything I needed would recommend it to anyone
Mr Malcolm P

Very pleasant experience especially the helpful staff at the dinner. Could have had more than 2 tea bags each in the room! Love to come back one day
Mr Mark W

great stay in Queen college large room, clean, friendly staff
Dr berengere a

great value.Friendly.Will use again.
Mr geoffrey k

Good facilities. Nice and clean Room. Good breakfast. Idyllic sorroundings in a colegge style resort. Very near the city center. I enjoyed my stay very much.
Mr Svein T

Bathroom and room are basic but great college location. Loved the tea, biscuits and bath products
Miss Camilla M

We were looking for an affordable accommodation for a girls weekend away when we came across University Rooms. The cost seemed reasonable and at the same time you get the chance to stay in a wonderful historical building. On arrival the Porters were very welcoming, sharing their knowledge of the University and surrounding area. Nothing was too much trouble. The accommodation was very clean, beds were comfortable with toiletries and tea making facilities of a good standard. The booking included breakfast, which was of a good standard with plenty of variety and eaten in great surroundings. There is so much to see and do that a return trip is definitely on the cards and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend staying at Queens College to friends and family.
Miss Feleg T

Arrival Info

Address: Queens' College, Silver Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CambridgeCB3 9ET, United Kingdom

Check In: 14:00 (2:00pm) - 23:30 (11:30pm) (no arrivals allowed outside this window)

Check Out: 09:30 (9:30am) - 10:00 (10:00am)

On arrival, all guests must report to the Porter's Lodge (located at the main entrance to the college). Please show your booking confirmation receipt to the Porters to check in. The college is manned 24hrs a day.

All guests who do not hold a UK passport are required by law to fill in a Guest Registration Form - this will be in the Porters Lodge for you to fill in on arrival. You must bring your passport with you. You will then be given a key to your bedroom and directed to your room(s).

The College Porters’ duties do not involve handling luggage; you must carry your own luggage to and from your room.

On departure, please take your key to the Porters Lodge and they will be delighted to look after luggage until your departure from Cambridge.

Directions:

Car Parking: Unfortunately parking is not available at the college, and nearby car parks are expensive, at around £20 per day (see the Visitor Information page on CambridgeRooms.co.uk for more details). We are situated in the centre of Cambridge and we have close links to the train and bus station.

Arrival by Car: Queens' College is located in the heart of Cambridge and suggest using the following postcode for navigation: CB3 9ET

Arrival by Train: Cambridge railway station has fast and frequent services to London Liverpool Street and London Kings Cross Station. There are also regular services direct to London Stansted Airport. The station is situated only 2 miles from Queens' College and will cost less than £10.00 for a one way journey.

Alternatively, the "Citi 1" operates between the Railway Station and City Centre-St. Andrews Street. Queens' College is 10 minutes walk from this bus stop.

Arrival by Air: London Stansted Airport is less than 30 minutes drive, connecting Cambridge to many European destinations, whilst London City and London Heathrow Airports can be reached in less than 90 minutes. Journey time by taxi from London Stansted by taxi is approximately 30 minutes and should cost no more than £35.00 for a one way journey.