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HOTEL FELIX Whitehouse Lane, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3 0LX. Tel: 01223 277977. www.hotelfelix.co.uk One night’s stay starts from £190 (B&B basis with free parking and Wi-Fi). For further information or seasonal discounts and packages, visit the website.

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riginally built in 1852 for an Addenbrooke’s surgeon, Hotel Felix boasts traditional Victorian architecture with a twist of contemporary design, and is the idyllic resting place for business, leisure and day guests. An independent luxury four-star boutique hotel on the outskirts of Cambridge, it is conveniently located for sightseers, set in its own attractive leafy grounds, just one mile from the city centre. Offering a breath of fresh air, it is somewhere you can relax and will immediately feel at home. All of the well-appointed bedrooms are comfortable and spacious, making them the perfect place to unwind. The fabulous penthouse suite and three king rooms are situated in the Victorian mansion, while the remaining rooms are located in the more modern east and west wings. Expect beds that feel like sleeping on clouds, fine Egyptian cotton sheets, indulgent White Company toiletries, and fresh milk in the fridges for that early morning cup of tea. Plush soft furnishings and a lovingly styled décor ensure a stunning setting for some dedicated me-time. For the ultimate luxury, why not treat yourself to an in-room treatment? You can choose from a variety of beauty therapies including massage, facials, manicures and pedicures. Go on… Spoil yourself!

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Not only does Hotel Felix offer a stylish and characterful alternative to the ordinary, but its award-winning Graffiti restaurant is a mustvisit. Inspired by fresh, seasonal ingredients, the team of talented chefs has created a selection of well-presented, delicious dishes that combine local flavours with impressive technical skill. With its bright colour palette, stylish design and pretty views over the gardens, Graffiti is the ideal spot for pre-dinner cocktails, or alfresco dining when the sun shines. On a cooler day, the open fire in the middle of the restaurant guarantees a cosy and intimate atmosphere for diners, ideal for a romantic meal for two. It’s sure to impress your dinner date! Make the most of the last of the sunshine with a Champagne afternoon tea on the garden terrace, which is adorned with sweet-smelling wisteria. Or, perhaps you’d prefer the comfort of the light and airy orangery? Complete with cosy sofas, contemporary artwork and its own bar, what better spot for an informal business meeting or impromptu catch-up with friends? So, whatever the nature of your trip, Hotel Felix has got it covered, and being dog-friendly, all your family members can escape for this much-needed break! office@norfolkonmymind.co.uk

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The Autumn 2017 edition of Norfolk on My Mind Magazine. Cover all of North Norfolk, including Holt, Burnham Market, Sherringham, Cromer, Fak...

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