Open Hours: Mo to Sa from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM,Su from 12:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Housed in an old stone front building, The Eagle was once the most important coaching inns in Cambridge, and its history is ... More
Housed in an old stone front building, The Eagle was once the most important coaching inns in Cambridge, and its history is on display throughout its five large rooms. The decor features medieval wall paintings, fireplaces and paneling from the 16th century, and the signatures of British and American World War II airmen on the ceiling. The pub's friendly atmosphere and central location draws a good crowd.
Lots of history and atmosphere at The Eagle. Watson and Crick drank here while discussing the structure of DNA. British pilots drank here during the Blitz and signed their names on the ceiling. And the fish-n-chips is exceptional (for fisn-n-chips). Only drawback - it gets pretty smokey in there.
This simple chain offers straightforward one price hotel rooms that can accommodate up to two adults and two children. Each
non smoking room has a double, single and sofa bed, as well as en suite facilities. A color television, ...
In Cambridge University's early days, Hugh de Balsham, Bishop of Ely, set up a scholars' foundation at what is now
St John's College . In 1284, this foundation moved south to a site beside St Peter's Church (now Little ...
DoubleTree by Hilton Cambridge is situated in an enviable position tucked away on the banks of the river, offering picturesque
views across beautiful Cambridge. Not only are we the only hotel in the city center located on the riverbank, ...