Book Accommodation Online

Westminster College has 38 fully en-suite rooms available on a bed and breakfast basis throughout the year.

Please note that in line with current restrictions as a result of the pandemic, we are currently only able to provide room only accommodation, on a very limited basis, in one of our self contained cottages. You can read about our response to Covid-19 here, which also includes our COVID-Secure Site Safety measures policy, detailing what to expect ahead, during and after your stay with us.

You can book online below. Currently check-in and check-out is contact free, and full details will be sent at the point of booking.

Alternatively you can call us on 01223 33 06 30 or email us via accommodation@westminster.cam.ac.uk if you have some special requirements or need to book on the day or for more than 3 months in advance.

As restrictions relax, we hope to be able to offer room only accommodation in our main building, and we have single and double rooms, and a special access room with a chair-friendly wheel-in shower.

At present, we can offer self-contained accommodation within our stunning cottage available on a room only basis. The cottages are equipped with everything you need for a short break, and are offered on a 2 night minimum basis with arrivals on Friday or Saturday.

For group bookings of 8 or more rooms please contact the  Events Team:
Telephone: 01223 33 06 47
Email: events@westminster.cam.ac.uk

For single reservations book online below, through our third party supplier University Rooms, or to book directly contact:
Telephone: 01223 33 06 30
Email: accommodation@westminster.cam.ac.uk 

 

Parking
Changes to parking at Westminster College came into effect from the 1st of February 2018 – please visit the parking page for further information.

We have detailed accessibility statements available for the Main Building, the Cottages, and our Internal Bedrooms. To view how we will use your data, you can read our Data Protection Statement and Privacy Notices, in line with the new General Data Protection Regulations.