Westfield House is located on Huntingdon Road, one of the primary connections of the city to the M11 and A14. It is directly opposite Murray Edwards College (formerly known as New Hall).

Location Map

Westfield House is also noted on the University of Cambridge map.

Directions

From the North or West: 

Follow the A14 towards Cambridge. When it is about to become the M11 South, follow the signs into Cambridge, coming into town on the A1307, which becomes Huntingdon Road. Westfield House is on the left-hand side, shortly after you pass Fitzwilliam College on the right.  Enter the car park through the wrought-iron gates.

From the South:

Follow the M11 North towards Cambridge. Take Junction 13 (Madingley Road) and turn right towards Cambridge. Turn left at Lady Margaret Road, following the one-way system left onto Mount Pleasant. At the traffic lights turn left onto Castle Street, which becomes Huntingdon Road. Westfield House is on the right-hand side (across from Murray Edwards College, which is on the left). Enter the car park through the wrought-iron gates.

From the East:

Follow the A14 towards Cambridge. Exit at the Histon junction (B1049), turning left onto Histon Road towards Cambridge. Histon Road ends at a large intersection with traffic lights. Turn right onto Victoria Road and then immediately right onto Huntingdon Road. Westfield House is on the right-hand side (across from Murray Edwards College, which is on the left). Enter the car park through the wrought-iron gates.

From Cambridge city centre:

From the city centre follow the main road heading northwest, becoming successively Sidney Street, Bridge Street, Magdalene Street, Castle Street, and Huntingdon Road. Westfield House is on the right-hand side (across from Murray Edwards College, which is on the left). Enter the car park through the wrought-iron gates.

From Heathrow Airport

Coaches (long-distance buses) to Cambridge: This is the most convenient way to arrive, especially when carrying a large amount of luggage. (The train requires 2 changes to get to Cambridge, whereas the coach is direct.) Having passed through baggage claim and customs, follow the signs indicating ‘central bus station’. Once in the bus area, check the signs or ask someone to find out which bay the Cambridge coach uses. It runs directly to Cambridge hourly. Tickets may be purchased at the window or at the ticket machine by card (a single/ one-way ticket should cost between £30 and £40). The coach stop in Cambridge is at Parkside, on the edge of a large green space called Parker’s Piece. The easiest way to complete the journey to Westfield House with luggage is to catch a taxi at Parkside and ask for 30 Huntingdon Road.

 

Public Transportation

Transportation to Cambridge by train, coach/ bus, or taxi may be booked through the following websites:

Train: www.nationalrail.co.uk

Coach/Bus: www.nationalexpress.com

Taxi: www.panthertaxis.co.ukwww.camcab.co.uk

Upon arrival at the train station or the coach stop at Parkside, finish the journey to Westfield House by taxi.