The Portland Arms

Inn in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

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129 Chesterton Road

The Portland Arms, Cambridge

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Affordable letting rooms above a lively traditional pub close to the centre of the historic University city of Cambridge.

The Portland Arms is a traditional pub serving fine real ales, home-cooked food and a warm welcome. 2 minutes walk from the river Cam and a 10 minutes walk from the historic city centre the Portland Arms is in easy reach of all Cambridge amenities, is on major bus and cycle routes and is easy to reach via the A14 and M11 motorway. There is limited parking available for guests.

We have 3 letting rooms consisting of 1 double and 2 twin rooms, one with a single and double bed. All rooms come equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, TV and use of free Wi-Fi internet. The pub also has two bars with wood panelling and real open fires, pool tables, sky sports and nightly live entertainment.

Please note that the pub is not open for breakfast but there are a couple of excellent cafes nearby serving food all day.

 3 star rating

From: £35.00

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