Aylesbray Lodge - Cambridge52.18019, 0.14948
Aylesbray Lodge apartment boasts an ideal location 3.7 km away from University of Cambridge. Guests can benefit from tour/ticket assistance and ironing service.
30 minutes on foot from Cambridge city center. A railway station is also located nearby.
London Stansted airport lies within 35 km from the property.
This venue has standard family flat, twin room and family room that come with standard décor as well as free wireless internet, heating, TV with satellite channels, a ceiling fan and a DVD player. Guests will make use of a canopy bed and a single bed. Such bathroom facilities as a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries are provided for guests.
Eat & Drink
Kitchen amenities feature a dishwasher and coffee/tea makers.
Wireless internet is available in the entire apartment for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 9.
On-site car park
No smoking on site
Sports & Fitness
- Dressing area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Double bed
In the Room
In the Room
- City landmarks
The gentleman at the reception was super kind indeed and very helpful. The breakfast was ok. The bus stop to the city centre was 5 minutes walk from the hotel. This guest house is at walking distance of the Netherhall Sixth Form College.
The central heating was turned off at night. My daughter and I were freezing. The bathroom was so small that one bearly fit in it. The shower was such a reduced recint that caused claustrophobia. The carpets in the room were stained and dirty. The room was also too small, the furniture very old and the bed uncomfortable. About the location: the area itself was very isolated. There were no restaurants, bars or shops nearby. We had to walk +15 minutes to find the first place to eat and also too far to city centre. By all means this place is far from being a Hotel with no chances to be rated as a 4* one.
It was an awful place to stay.
The hotel manager was obnoxious and scarey. He just walked straight into our room at 10am sharp (chucking out time) and started ranting at us (2 females), that we should have left by now. We had clearly over slept, and when he had finished shouting (which I ignored), we got up and started to get our things together and get dressed. We were just about to leave (before 11) and he returned hammering on the door, this time even more angry. I opened the door and said ok ok, we are just leaving,he just continued shouting, and threatened to charge my debit card for his cleaner having to wait for us to go.saying ''I can do that you know, do you want me to charge your card''. I said that would be theft, and advised him not to, because I would report him to the police. To which he replied phone the police if you want. This was an awful experience, and there is no justification for his behaviour. He was intimidating and very rude, and in my opinion should not be working with people.i would not recomend this accomodation to anyone, especially lone females, he was creepy.
I liked nothing about this hotel
A small chocalate on a towel at the foot end of the bed does not make a hotel four star. This hotel/guest house is overpriced and does not qualify to be graded as four star.There is no lobby,the room was small.There are so many negatives about this hotel,parking space is very limited, I had to wait for half an hour for some body to move and male space.
Very friendly staff, the room was spotless. Free Wireless connection
Breakfast started a bit late on a Sunday. 8.30 am meant I couldn't take advantage of it. 5% fee for credit card. Didn't know that before I booked. Not the hotel's fault but the taxi from the station was £8.00 for just a small distance. Cambridge taxis are so expensive.
The room was very clean
The room was in a house near to the lodge and the front was rather broken down and full of weeds. When booking it was not at all clear that this type of room might be an option. The en suite was tiny with nowhere to hang a towel.
its near to location where i went