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Welcome to Holiday Inn Express Cambridge Duxford M11 Jct 10

Address: Station Road East, Duxford, CB22 4NL

Hotel Description

The brand new Holiday Inn Express Cambridge Duxford M11 Jct 10 offers comfortable rooms with power showers and Wi-Fi access. Cambridge centre is a 20-minute drive away, and the hotel offers free parking. With a new stylish design, the rooms at Holiday Inn Express Duxford each have a private bathroom and a flat-screen TV. Rooms also feature air cooling, a radio, and a telephone. Holiday Inn Express Cambridge Duxford has a 24-hour front desk and a cosy lounge bar, offering beverages and snacks. Continental breakfasts are also available daily. Located in Whittlesford, Holiday Inn is less than 5 minutes from Duxford Imperial War Museum. Whittlesford Parkway Railway Station is just a minute away, offering trains to Cambridge and central London.

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Gog Magog Golf Club - Cambridge - Golf

Gog Magog Golf Club - Cambridge - Golf

Distance 4.25 miles (6.8 km)
The Gog Magog Golf Club, established in 1901, has long been the favourite Cambridge golf course for top class amateur events with the special appeal of two championship quality golf courses. With the addition of the Wandlebury, the Gog Mogog Golf Club provides one of the best golf complexes in East Anglia. The relative altitude of both courses improves both the view and the drainage, the courses being reliably open throughout the year. The additional course means that the Gogs can accommodate members and visiting societies without congestion for most of the week.

Heydon Grange Golf and Country Club - Royston - Golf

Heydon Grange Golf and Country Club - Royston - Golf

Distance 4.98 miles (7.96 km)
Welcome to Heydon Grange Golf & Country Club - a unique golf and event centre situated a few miles south-west of Cambridge. As its centrepiece is the imposing Heydon Grange 14th century barn which has been carefully restored and is protected by English Heritage. It stands surrounded by the 27 hole golf course which offers a choice of 3 challenging par 72 courses. Heydon Grange is a current venue on the Europro Tour. Championship course open to members and 'pay and play' golfers. practice facilities and expert tuition available at the newly constructed golf range and academy.

Hills Road Sixth Form College - University

Hills Road Sixth Form College - University

Distance 5.99 miles (9.58 km)
Hills Road Sixth Form College is a state funded co-educational sixth form college in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. Its name comes from Hills Road, on which the college is situated. There are full-time AS and A-level courses for approximately 1,800 16-19 year-old students and also around 5,000 part-time students taking part in our adult education programme, mainly on evening classes. The College site also contains the Hills Road Sports and Tennis Centre. Some of the courses offered are Accounting, Archaeology, Art and Design, Art history, Biology and Human Biology, Business studies, Chemistry, Classical Civilisation, Computing, Dance, Drama and Theatre Studies, Economics, Electronics, and English Language.

Audley End House and Gardens - Essex - Country Home

Audley End House and Gardens - Essex - Country Home

Distance 5.99 miles (9.59 km)
Audley End House was commissioned by Thomas, first Earl of Suffolk, on the scale of a royal palace, to entertain his monarch, James I. Unfortunately, Suffolk fell out of favour in the 1620s, shortly after the completion of the house, which then became a drain on his and his successors resources.

Charles II bought the house in 1668 and used it as a base when he attended the races at Newmarket. By the 1680s, Sir Christopher Wren was warning of the need for major repairs. The cost of this caused William III to cancel the mortgage and return Audley End to the Suffolk family.