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Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre

Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre


Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre,
CB10 1RQ


At the Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre we have 134 luxury en-suite bedrooms which are spacious and modern, and designed to mirror their peaceful surroundings. We have single, double, twin, triple, and disabled-access rooms.
As well as accommodation for conferencing, we offer bed and breakfast for individuals or groups attending events in the local area, be it weddings, Duxford air shows, Saffron Walden concerts, Newmarket races, or those visiting Saffron Walden or Cambridge and its sites.

Every room has:
• ensuite bathroom
• free Wi-Fi
• tea and coffee making facilities
• iron and ironing board
• hairdryer
• TV/Plasma screen

All bookings include:
• breakfast – Continental, buffet, and full English – served in grade-II* listed Hinxton Hall
• free parking
• luggage storage
• 12-hour front desk/ 24-hour security

How to book
If you are coming at the weekend (Friday-Sunday), book via (

If you are planning to stay mid-week, send us an enquiry via our website (

Guest can either book individually using the links above, or rooms can be block booked, for example, if there are a large number of wedding guests who want to stay together. If you would like to check availability or arrange a visit, call us on 01223 495000.

Credit cards accepted (no fee)Disabled toiletsWelcome Host

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See location of Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: TL 498445  Lat: 52.07859 Long: 0.18456

By car from the south:
Leave the M11 at junction 9 (signed A11 Newmarket) and take the first exit signed A1301 towards Cambridge. From the roundabout take the first left (about 800 m). At the next small roundabout follow the signpost left for the ‘Genome Campus’.

By car from the north:
Leave the M11 at junction 10 (note that M11 junction 9 is restricted and only accessible from the South). Turn left at the roundabout and straight over the next roundabout. Travel a mile or so on the A505 in the direction of Saffron Walden. At the next roundabout take the third exit (signed A1301 towards Saffron Walden). Pass two turnings to Hinxton village (these go to the village only), and take a right, at the next roundabout, signposted on to the Genome Campus.
Parking: free. Disabled parking available.

By train:
Whittlesford Parkway, Great Chesterford and Audley End are the closest railway stations

Parking: free


  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)Credit cards accepted (no fee)
  • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets
  • Welcome HostWelcome Host