Arm Research Summit
About Churchill College, Cambridge
Set among one of the world’s most prestigious academic institutions, Churchill College provides a comprehensive events and conferencing service within a unique collegiate atmosphere.
Home to a wide variety of accommodation, dining and conferencing facilities, Churchill College has full accommodation facilities set among the picturesque parkland of one of the largest Cambridge campuses.
Accommodation & Facilities
In a campus-style, green site on the west of Cambridge's city centre, Churchill College offers on-site, residential accommodation for 468 people. Spread across the site, many of our rooms overlook Churchill’s inner courtyards or the College’s surrounding grounds and gardens.
Its light, generous rooms are spacious, comfortable and functional. From September 2016 Churchill College will have 198 en-suite rooms and 230 standard rooms with shared bathrooms, available to book for this Summit. All standard (non en-suite) rooms are fitted with wash hand basins. Up to 50 bedrooms are available for twin occupancy and a further 68 rooms have double beds. All rooms have free wi-fi Internet access.
Additional en-suite accommodation (90 rooms) are available at the Møller Centre within the College grounds, or at neighbouring colleges, all of which are located within strolling distance on Storey's Way.
Additional facilities for residents include on-site launderettes, a TV room, a bar and café (subject to opening hours). On-site sports facilities include squash and tennis courts, playing fields and a gym. Sports equipment, irons and hair dryers can all be borrowed from the Porters' Lodge.
When booking your ARM Research Summit 2016 ticket you will have the option of booking up to three nights if you wish to have an extended stay in the beautiful and historic City of Cambridge.
Inbound Travel & Airport Information
- Cambridge - limited flights (1.5 miles)
- London Stansted (32 miles)
- London Luton (40 miles)
- London Heathrow (70 miles)
- London Gatwick (96 miles)
- By train - National Rail
- From Stansted (40 mins)
- From Luton (2.5 hours via Central London)
- From Heathrow (2 - 2.5 hours via Central London)
- From Gatwick (2.5 - 3 hours via Central London)
- By coach - National Express
- From Stansted (50 mins)
- From Luton (1.5 - 2 hours)
- From Heathrow (2.5 - 3 hours)
- From Gatwick (4 hours)
- By taxi / car
- From Stansted (40 mins)
- From Luton (1 - 1.5 hours)
- From Heathrow (2 - 2.5 hours)
- From Gatwick (2.5 - 3 hours)
- Public bus services
- Parking / Park & Ride
- You will need to book a taxi in Cambridge unless you are near a taxi stand
To book a taxi call Panther Taxis on +44 (0)1223 715715
University of Cambridge
Telephone: +44 (0) 1223 336000
Fax: +44 (0) 1223 336180
Where to visit
You can find useful information about Cambridge at Visit Cambridge such as food, drink, traditional pubs, shopping and visiting sites.
What to do
You can get information and brochures about Cambridge at the Tourist Information Centre.
How to find
You can view and download the Cambridge City Map here.
Where to dine
You can read the Cambridge Restaurant Guide for information of Cambridge's wide array of places to dine.
Note that lunch on both dates, including dinner on 15th September, is included in the registration fee.