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Turing Locke

A bright and airy sociable roof top terrace with colourful tables and chairs; a unique space for gatherings, drinks receptions at the Turing Locke, Cambridge.
Roof Top Terrace
The Courtyard Garden at Turing Locke, Cambridge. A green space filled with shrubs and seating areas.
Courtyard Garden
An outdoor dining space with round candlelit tables, fairy lights and greenery, perfect for private dining and events
Kota Restaurant Outdoor Dining
A light and airy dining room with booth style seating and bar stools round a large bar making the perfect conference venue
Kota Bar and Restaurant
A large multi functional working space with a boardroom layout, TV screen and AV, great for small meetings at Turing Locke, Cambridge.
Meeting Rooms
A large neutrally coloured space at the Turing Locke, Cambridge. Perfect for co-working with wooden tables and chairs, comfy soft furnishings and natural daylight.
Co-working Spaces

Beyond the gowns. Beyond the gates. Beyond the guidebook. On the cusp of the city, just north-west of the centre, is Turing Locke: a sleek, avant-garde style aparthotel in the brand-new, sustainable district of Eddington. 

Choose from 180 spacious and beautifully designed apartments – perfect for families, friends, solo travellers and colleagues. Eat, drink, work and work-out in the light and leafy social spaces. And explore the community and countryside, all the while being just a 10 minute cycle from the historic centre.

Kota

Dining and drinking at Turing Locke centers around the courtyard gardens and on the rooftop terrace with views across the city. From breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner to cocktails and nibbles, all the food at the hotel comes from established Cambridge brands. This means you get a true taste of the local food scene without needing to leave the hotel.

Dine, nibble or drink at the Turing Locke.

Dutch

Expect reimagined classics and rare spirits served with local flare at this unique cocktail bar. Unexpected and exotic flavours will take you on a taste journey across the globe, guided by a handwritten menu. When you're in need of a nibble Dutch offer small plate and shared platter food options. Think charcuterie, cheese, salads, and antipasti.

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Rooms and Accommodation

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Bedroom

Breakout Areas

Theatre
Layout
Classroom
Layout
U-Shape
Layout
Boardroom
Layout
Cabaret
Layout
Dimensions
Luminosity
24
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14
-
Width: 6.4m
Length: 6.8m
Encryption
16
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14
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Width: 3.4m
Length: 6.8m
Luminosity & Encryption
40
20
18
26
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Width: 9.9m
Length: 6.8m

Dining Rooms

Max Diners
Room Width
Room Length
Luminosity
14
6.4m
6.8m
Encryption
14
3.4m
6.8m
Luminosity & Encryption
24
9.9m
6.8m

Main Meeting Rooms

Theatre Layout
Classroom layout
U-Shape Layout
Boardroom Layout
Cabaret Layout
Dimensions
Luminosity
24
-
-
14
-
Width: 6.4m
Length: 6.8m
Encryption
16
-
-
14
-
Width: 3.4m
Length: 6.8m
Luminosity & Encryption
40
20
18
26
-
Width: 9.9m
Length: 6.8m

Outside Space

Turing Locke Accommodation

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Starting at 27sqm, there's no such thing as a small apartment at Turing Locke.

If you're travelling with friends, family or a colleague, choose a two-bedroom suite for extra space, some even have terraces overlooking the leafy courtyard. As each apartment comes with its own kitchen, including a washer/dryer, you can live completely self-sufficiently while you're here too. Take your pick and settle in.

Locke Studio
55 Rooms
Locke Studio Accessible
3 Rooms
One Bedroom Suite
99 Rooms
One Bedroom Terrace Suite
5 Rooms
Two Bedroom Suite
16 Rooms
Two Bedroom Terrace Suite
2 Rooms
Total
180 Rooms

Green Initiatives

  1. During construction: carbon emissions avoided, 73.53 and trees protected, 2547.
  2. 80% of the roof space has solar panels, which will create some of the hotels power.
  3. A district heating network which provides higher efficiencies and better pollution control.
  4. LED lighting and motion sensors, 20 electric car charging points, electric shuttle bus, 20 bicycles for guests to hire.

Did You Know?

  1. Eddington is named after Cambridge astrophysicist Arthur Eddington, who photographed the solar eclipse on the island of Principe..
  2. Turing Locke is the most sustainable hotel in the south of the UK and prides itself on its eco credentials.
  3. The hotel Courtyard 'Eco-garden' favours the application of cultural methods and the use of alternative or biocontrol solutions.
  4. The hotel takes part in the Cambridge Sustainable Food, Pledge and Award

How To Find Turing Locke

47 Eddington Avenue
Cambridge
CB3 1SE