Cambridge has given the world more great literature per square mile than perhaps any other city on earth. In their time, preeminent authors have paced along every side street, canal path and cobbled courtyard. Afternoon tea at Parker’s Tavern is inspired by the city’s literary legacy, inflected with a chef’s creative passion. Amongst the bookshelves and shades of Cambridge blue, waiters come laden with trays of savouries and jaunty cakes.
Borne of feasting yet of our time, our restaurant is a meeting place, a confluence of old and new where university hall meets velvet-upholstered club. Enjoy the freshest East Anglian produce on every plate and return to good, unpretentious British cooking. Open for breakfast for hotel guests only, this usually bustling restaurant becomes an intimate and relaxing space to begin your day.
Add a little indulgence to your stay in our Aromatherapy Associates treatment rooms. Experience the finest natural ingredients, purest extracts, and essential oils to enhance your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Treatments range from 30-90 minutes and are available Monday-Sunday.
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