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Welcome to The Old School House Rooms

Address: 9 Greenside, Waterbeach, Cambridge, CB25 9HW

Telephone: 01223 861609 01223 861609

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The Old School House Rooms overlook the village green in the centre of Waterbeach which is situated about four miles north of the historic University City of Cambridge. The building itself was originally a Parochial Village School dating back to 1839 which was tastefully converted into a Guesthouse in 1993. The bedrooms situated in the Old School Hall have been totally modernised and upgraded in 2017 and are all comfortably furnished single, double and twin rooms with large en-suite, showers, flat screen TV, free wi-fi and tea and coffee making facilities Waterbeach is a peaceful village situated just off the A10 Cambridge to Ely road with a direct train service to London and is within easy reach of the M1l and A14, with links to all the east coast ports. We are conveniently situated for touring the beautiful Colleges of Cambridge on an open top bus. The famous Ely cathedral, Bury St Edmunds and the headquarters of horse racing at Newmarket are within easy reach. The Guesthouse has a very pleasant lounge where guest can relax. There is also the added benefit of ample off road parking

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  • Disabled Facilities
  • Parking Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Family Rooms
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available
  • Vegetarian Food Available

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Denny Abbey and the Farmland Museum - Cambridgeshire - Castle

Denny Abbey and the Farmland Museum - Cambridgeshire - Castle

Distance 2.19 miles (3.5 km)
Denny Abbey was founded in 1159 by Benedictine monks, as a dependent priory of the great cathedral monastery of Ely. At the heart of Denny stands the medieval Franciscan refectory and the church. Adapted by the Templars, the church underwent radical alterations in 1327, eventually becoming a farmhouse. Explore this lovely abbey still featuring superb Norman interiors. At different times, it housed Benedictine monks, the Knights Templars and nuns of the Franciscan order, the Poor Clares. See the Franciscan nuns refectory of the mid 14th Century and the rooms converted for their founder, the Countess of Pembroke. Learn how Denny has evolved through the centuries with our displays and childrens activities.

Cambridge Regional College - Cambridge - University

Cambridge Regional College - Cambridge - University

Distance 3.18 miles (5.08 km)
Continuing with learning, and choosing the right course is a big decision - and one which can ultimately change your life - so it is good to know that you are considering Cambridge Regional College (CRC).
At CRC we provide a full range of courses across many subject areas at a level that will suit your ability and your future needs. Our courses provide a fantastic opportunity to our students to progress whether it is in to further learning in the College or at university, progress in your career, or provide you with the right skills to secure your first job or progress to a new one.

Cambridge Centre - Town Centre

Cambridge Centre - Town Centre

Distance 4.93 miles (7.88 km)
Cambridge's best view is across the River Cam to the gothic chapel of King's College. Although the town is justly famous for its university, much of it is quite ancient and originated in a celtic settlement around a ford on the river. A bridge and outpost was established here by the romans and Cambridge has been a flourishing regional centre for hundreds of years.The University began at the start of the 13th century when a group of students on the run from townspeople in Oxford arrived in Cambridge. Peterhouse was the first college to be founded in 1281 by the bishop of Ely. Places to see include Trinity College, Magdelene College, St John's College and St Benedict's Church.

Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts - University

Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts - University

Distance 4.99 miles (7.99 km)
Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts is the UKs leading provider of Art & Design, Drama and Music pathway programmes, helping students make ambitious decisions about their futures. Our approach to creative learning is unique, highly personalised and guaranteed to ensure students meet their full potential.