Cambridge North is situated adjacent to Cambridge North railway station, close to Cambridge Science Park. It has car parking spaces for 450 cars.
The train journey from the station carries passengers into London King’s Cross in under one hour or Stansted Airport in 45 minutes.
The Cambridge Guided Busway service will be extended to provide direct access to the station, with bus stops located to the south of the station building on Station Square, less than 50 metres from the hotel’s entrance. The Guided Busway provides links with the Science Park to the west and Cambridge Central Station and Addenbrooke’s Hospital / Cambridge Biomedical Campus (home of AstraZeneca’s new worldwide HQ) to the south.
For those travelling further afield, Stansted Airport is located 28 miles south at Junction 8 of the M11. Drivers can also easily access the A14, an easy route for travellers heading to London, eastern areas within East Anglia and the country’s north. And the A10 offers a direct route towards the picturesque coastlines of Norfolk.
Cambridge North has plenty to offer residents, visitors and members of the public. Its proximity to country parks such Ditton Meadows, Stourbridge Common and Milton Country Park offers much-needed green spaces for walking, running and cycling.
Proposed cycle and pedestrian links will connect Cambridge North Station to the Chisholm Trail which will provide a continuous cycle route between Cambridge North Station and the main Cambridge Central Station to the south.
Cambridge city in 5 minutes & London King’s Cross in 56 minutes
Minutes from A14 and only 28 miles from Stansted Airport
Guided busway with links to the city, science park and Addenbrooke’s Hospital
Six trains to London in the peak hour with a fastest journey time of just 56 minutes
The Government has now formally committed to developing the East-West Corridor from Cambridge to Oxford via Milton Keynes. Currently home to 3.3 million people, new road and rail links will stimulate extensive commercial and residential development and create the UK equivalent of Silicon Valley. See Figure 1.
In the Autumn Statement, the Treasury announced £27m for an expressway connecting Oxford, Milton Keynes, Cambridge. Three options have been identified and will be assessed during 2018/2019.