Last updated: 4th November 2020
Following Government guidelines we’ll be closing our doors as of 10pm this evening until 2nd December.
We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has visited us this Autumn to enjoy fabulous cocktails, delicious food, our unique Bentley experiences, the Gonville bicycles, Enchanted Cinema evenings in the garden, live Jazz from repmusic in our bar, indulgent beauty treatments at Gresham House Wellness and so much more.
Big thanks as well to our fabulous team who have worked so hard to make every experience memorable in unprecedented circumstances. We cannot wait to get back to delivering our very own brand of Gracious Hospitality again next month.
Do keep your eyes on our Social profiles (Facebook | Instagram | Twitter) throughout November for live Jazz streaming (including a special real-time livestream as part of Cambridge Jazz Festival), the release of our Christmas menus, our new festive cocktail menu and everything else you can look forward to experiencing at the hotel when our doors reopen on 2nd December.
Until then, stay safe, stay well and look after each other.
Take a look at our video which explains the steps we’ve taken to re-open safely.
We have been working hard to further improve our Gonville app. We have made changes that allow you to check in and out, view and pay your bill, order from the restaurant and more, all via the app. This helps you maintain safe distances, minimises your contact with staff and gives you complete control of your stay from your smart phone, tablet or via the in-room iPad.
Our new deep cleaning regimes and electrostatic guns will give you peace of mind that your room is SAFE and CLEAN.
We have installed thermal imaging cameras in the hotel which can take the temperature of staff and guests alike offering peace of mind to everyone staying with us.
Our new automated restroom doors now mean that once you have used our beautiful automatic sinks and treated yourself to our organic Green & Spring products, you can exit the restrooms knowing that you don’t have to touch a single surface.