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Pembroke

Accommodation Band 3

Band 3 rooms are medium-sized rooms within the Colleges or particularly large rooms in the hostels.

They may contain more furniture than the smaller rooms and have access to a shared bathroom and shared kitchen facilities. 

There's also a regular housekeeping service and the cleaners, known as 'bedders', will clean your room weekly and communal areas daily. 

Pembroke College

These rooms are located around Pembroke's historic courtyards and beautiful gardens. 

Pembroke is a five to ten minute walk from the main lecture venue at the Department of Engineering and just five minutes from King's College and the main city centre. 

Fitzwilliam Street

These 19th century houses have backyard patios and are located in between Pembroke College and King's College and the main lecture venue, the Department of Engineering. 

The renowned Fitzwilliam Museum is just across the road and the city centre is easily accessible. Fun fact: Charles Darwin once lived on the site of one of the Fitzwilliam Street houses!

Spalding Hostel

This hostel lies in the heart of the city centre, close to the Market Square, the Cambridge Arts Theatre, shops and restaurants. It's just across the street from King's College, five to ten minutes from Pembroke and about fifteen minutes from the main lecture venue. 

The hostel also has its own television/common room. 

Webb's Court 

Webbs Court is one of the beautiful courtyards located in King's College.

The College is right in the city centre, only a five minute walk from Pembroke College and a five to ten minute walk to the main lecture venue.

Bodley's Court

Bodley's Court is perfectly located alongside the River Cam inside King's College. 

The College is right in the city centre, only a five minute walk from Pembroke College and a five to ten minute walk to the main lecture venue.

A Staircase, King's College

These rooms are in a staircase off King's College Front Court. 

The College is right in the city centre, only a five minute walk from Pembroke College and a five to ten minute walk to the main lecture venue.