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3 'different' reasons to visit Cambridge this summer

10/02/2020 | Matthew

At the start of August, our head coaching team descends on Cambridge for our popular adult tennis camp. Since it’s conception, the camp has attracted players from all over the world who come to stay in the historical city and experience the wonderful University grass courts. But if this isn’t enough then what else has Cambridge to offer? 

1.Delicious Chelsea Buns from Fitzbillies bakery on Trumpington Street

Honestly, these are simply delicious. Enjoy with a coffee or tea. If you are with a small group of friends then buy the Chelsea Bun Cake to share. Mouth-wateringly great. 

2.An extraordinary museum – Kettle’s Yard

One of the country’s most intimate and spellbinding museums, the collection of one man and his unerring eye; restorative, homely yet life-changing (Mark Fisher, Britain’s Best Museums and Galleries)

If you like your art then Kettle’s Yard is for you. The museum was created by a husband and wife who came to Cambridge in 1956 in search of a stately home. Instead, they found four tumbledown cottages that they knocked together to form their home. Over the years they turned their home into a museum, decorating each room with their personal art collection. 

3.G & T with a view

After a hard day on the court or a hard day pounding the historical city streets there is no better place to watch the sun go down than on the roof terrace of the Varsity Hotel & Spa. Try their Summer G&T which is a homemade strawberry infused gin finished off with Fever-Tree tonic and fresh strawberries. 




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