Autumn in The City: Cambridge.

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Autumn in The City: Cambridge.

As the leaves start to fall and the air gets a little crisp, we notice cosy season has finally arrived and where better to spend it than Cambridge? We take you on a little tour of the city and show you the best places to go this season.

Autumn is one of our favourite seasons. Not only because it’s an excuse to have endless hot drinks and cosy up, but because it’s often the perfect time to explore, plan a trip to a new city and get together with friends and family.

<p><span style="font-size: 14px;">Image credit: Tanya Arya // @thesimpleexplorer</span></p>

Image credit: Tanya Arya // @thesimpleexplorer


Cambridge lends itself to beautiful cityscapes, historic buildings and plenty of food and drink options. So let’s dive in, shall we?


The Fitzwilliam Museum.


With a renowned collection of half a million pieced of art, paintings and artefacts – it’s the perfect place for keen historians and art enthusiasts.

Trumpington St, Cambridge, CB2 1RB

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Maison Clement.


Freshly baked pastries, desserts and rustic breads. The perfect spot for an early morning warming breakfast or a late afternoon treat.

28 Hills Rd, Cambridge, CB2 1LA

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Trinity Street.


Named after Trinity College, this streets hosts nearly 30 businesses and is one of the most popular streets in the city. It also hosts one of the oldest book shops in Britain.

Trinity Street, Cambridge, CB2 1TB

Bould Brothers Coffee.


Two brothers – Max and Alex, started a coffee company in Cambridge in 2017. With high quality products and speciality coffee – it’s a no brainer for your next coffee and pastry stop in Cambridge. They also recently opened a second location in the city on 88 Regent Street.

16 Round Church St, Cambridge, CB5 8AD

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Rose Crescent.


Transport back in time walking down Rose Crescent. With street lanterns and historic architecture, it’s the perfect place for a stroll, coffee and a quick Instagram snapshot. They recently opened another location in Cambridge on 88 Regent Street.

Rose Crescent, Cambridge, CB2 3LL

Dolcedo Eddington.


Before you head out into the city centre, check out Dolcedo for your morning caffeine fix - just a few minutes walk from Turing Locke. As we are a dog friendly hotel, Lloyd the Whippet stayed with us recently and gave Dolcedo a visit. Swipe through the images above to see more of Lloyd's trip around Cambridge.

unit 4 Eddington Ave, Cambridge, CB3 1TT

Aromi Café.


Want to go to Sicily without the flight time? Visit Aromi Café for sourdough pizza, artisan baked goods and fresh gelato. Using traditional Sicilian techniques, it’s one to visit with all the family.

1 Bene't Street, Cambridge, CB2 3QN

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Bridge Of Sighs, Cambridge.


This famous bridge was built in 1831 and sits across the River Cam. Put on your puffer, grab and boat and enjoy the magical views of Cambridge.

St John's College, St John's St, Cambridge, CB2 1TP

Dutch Cambridge.


Located in our very own Turing Locke, Dutch is a great place to end the day with classic and reimagined cocktails and delicious sharing plates. When the sun starts to set grab a seat inside, enjoy the candle light and drink the night away.

47 Eddington Ave, Cambridge, CB3 1SE

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Plan your trip to Turing Locke, bring a friend and your dog – everyone is welcome.

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