Ashtrees Guest House

128 Perne Rd, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 3RR, United Kingdom
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by rmicallef

Dear All,
I will be coming over to Cambridge for a holiday and will be staying for 3 nights in a guest house in the follwing Pcode - CB13NX Perne Road. Does anyone have any comments, suggestions on this area? Can I park in this road and is it safe?



by pocketpiglet

It's a residential area, some 3 or 4 km away from the city centre. It's a ring road, so expect traffic. Like elsewhere in Cambridge this area is safe, no need to worry. Can't remember about parking.


by rmicallef

Thanks for the information.



by paanii

Infact Cambridge is really safe, perne road area is very quiet as well. I need not say more you will find out when you get there. Parking im not so sure about, but you can always get a safe place to park.hope this info helps.

Travel Tips for Cambridge

Chauffeured River Tour

by Imbi

Chauffeured River Tour
It says on the board that every twenty minutes a boat leaves for forty five minute trip of river but I had to stand there and wait for forty minutes as they were trying to have more tourists on the boat.
It was October and there were not many tourists were there so may be they were right for summer.

A Cambridge Controversy

by christine.j

Have a look at the picture, can you see the way the grass was cut? I hope you can see it.
It looks like part of the lawn was mowed in horizontal stripes, the other part in vertical ones.During the guided walk the tour guide showed us the two different ways, and said the left part was mowed by a gardener from King's College, and the part on the right by a gardener from the university.It seems among the many things you can disagree about there is also the proper way to mow a lawn.

Liittle St Mary's

by leics

St Mary the Less, on Trumpington Steet, so-called to distinguish it from Great St Mary's Church (obviously, perhaps). There was a church on this site from at least the early 12th century, the present building dating from 1352 . It is the chapel for Peterhouse College, the first college to be built in Cambridge.

I didn't go inside (this time) but was entranced by the tiny and wonderfully overgrown churchyard at the rear of the church. Do make time to have a's beautiful.

Original shops

by Sophie1980 about King's Street

Along King's Street you'll find a lot of quirky shops. Many independent, usually specialised record shops, a couple of designer clothes shops, a Heffer's art supply store. Plus great restaurants, inc. Efe's Turkish restaurant selling familiar Turkish favourites.

Good thing abou tthis street is that I rarely find many tourists here and there's a new coffee place with tables outside just opened up. Good for relaxing! Whatever takes your fancy! Average to expensive, depending on the store.

Cambridge Station is in a useless place

by sourbugger

Due to the inherent snobbery of Cambridge University the railway station is a good country mile from the center of town.

There is nothing wrong with the walk, as there is a complete absence of hills, but the very regular bus service may be a good option.

Regular trains to London, Stansted airport, Norwich and the Midlands via Peterborough.

P.S Another completly useless fact for you : I seem to remeber that Cambridge Station has an entry in the Guiness book of records for the longest plaform in the UK. Oh dear, I better had go and get my bobble hat after saying that.


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