About this listing
Central and conveniently located near by Jesus green and river, sounded by shops and restaurants. Stylish and comfortable 'sweet home' with all your travel needs, warm and kind host will do everything to please our guest.
Maids Causeway overlooks Midsummer Common, the largest green open space in Cambridge which is bordered at its northern extent by the River Cam. Comprehensive everyday shopping facilities are available nearby and there is ready access to the majority of University departments and the historic city centre. There are fast, regular train services available from Cambridge rail station to London from 45 minutes together with access to the M11 just 3 miles away.
This property is a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse dated back to circa 1810 which is situated in this prestigious terrace of properties. This elegant property is constructed of Cambridge white brick with sash windows under a slate roof. To the front the property is approached a delightful front garden, mature trees, shrubs and perennials.
This is a self-contained flat at the lower ground floor of a multiple storey period property with plenty of natural lights. The accommodation comprises of 1 bedroom with a double bed, bathroom with a stand-in shower, modern open plan style fully equipped kitchen and lounge with flat screen TV. FREE wifi. There is also a large sofa bed in the lounge which can sleep two more guests. We have recently purchased a quality memory form mattress to ensure you a good night sleep.
Being centrally located in the historical university city of Cambridge, with all its many attractions, including Kings College Chapel and punting on the River Cam. A mile from the delightful village of Grantchester, made famous by poets Lord Byron & Rupert Brooke and now home to best selling novelist Geoffrey Archer. One junction from the fascinating Duxford Imperial War Museum, home to historic WW2 planes, as well as Concorde. Also close to pretty walks (Wandlebury Woods), golf (100 year old Gog Magog Golf Club), as well as gyms, restaurants, cinemas and theatres. Newmarket race course and stud is a 20 minute drive and access to London by train is just 50 minutes.
There are a few Park & Ride (the best way to get the city centre and avoid parking problems) around outskirt of Cambridge, however we do have limited visitor Parking Permit on offer (please state your requirement on booking). The property is in shopping centre areas surrounded by good pubs and restaurants within a few steps away.
Free street parking available from Monday to Saturday 5pm to 9am & Sundays at nearby streets marked with single yellow line, however if required, I can arrange parking permit for £5 per day per car. Please allow us up to 48 hours to prepare for the park permits. Please also note, space in street permit parking zone is first come first serve, that cannot be reserved, you may have to park and walk a few blocks away (within a few minutes).
Distance guide within Cambridge:
0.3 mile to Cambridge Central Bus Station
0.2 mile to The River Cam
0.2 mile to Jesus College
0.5 mile to King's College/Kings Parade
1.2 mile to Cambridge Train Station
Heathrow airport is only 90 min by train.
Stansted International airport is 30 min by train.
Luton International airport is 1 hour & 30 min by bus.
London central is only 50 min by train
Note: the lower ground floor is split levels of undergroud and ground level with windows, it is not as same as basement which usualy has no windows. The flat has low ceilings maynot suitable for people over 6ft.
beautiful, peaceful, quite, charming streets surrounded by houses over 100 years old
by foot, bus near by, X5 bus to Oxford is at the bottom of Honey Hill, bus 4 to east campus is also at bottom of honey hill.
(SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) map refernece using ppst code: CB3 0AL
No loud music