Single ground floor room…
Studying at Cambridge
115 Thornton Road, Girton, Cambridge, CB3 0NE
Tel: 01223 277631
Landline contact 01223 277631available 19th to 27th September and from mid December. Has single bed and is only suitable for one person. If your stay is for less than a week there is an upstairs single available without cooking facilities but with sole use of bathroom.Only suitable for those fully vaccinated and who if coming from abroad are wiling to wear a mask in shared areas for the first week. The room is not self contained so not suitable for quarantine. We are both vaccinated and boosted but as we are in our 70s we do take extra care.Shower room is not shared but is upstairs. Adjacent cloakroom also not shared. The university bus runs to West Cambridge sites and Bio Medical campus at Addenbrooke's from North West Eddington development. Access to bus approx 10 mins.Broadband BT Infinity. Ethernet connection in ground floor room with broadband speed up to 67mb. WIFI is 20 -30mb.Suited to short term lets of up to 2 months. Single ground floor room with fridge and TV. On right of front door in photo. Cloakroom adjacent, sole use of upstairs shower. Separate combi/microwave, one burner induction hob and own sink in owner's kitchen for light meals. Weekly use of washing machine included. Room only £40 per night or from £195 weekly. Monthly rate from £750 pcm . Parking Buses to city 1/2 hourly (journey 5 mins) 30mins walk25 mins walk to Madingley Rd, for the Cavendish Lab, and Vet School. 10 mins walk to Universal bus which serves Depts on Sidgewick and West Cambridge sites. £1.50 for university members£2.20 for public.Viewed by the Accommodation Service February 2013.
No smoking. Must be willing to recycle rubbish.
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