Articles

Duxford is a village in Cambridgeshire, England, some ten miles south of Cambridge. Duxford gives its name to RAF Duxford, a former Royal Air Force airfield that was used as a sector station during the Battle of Britain. Duxford Aerodrome was the home of Douglas Baders Big Wing during that battle. Duxford airfield later became a fighter airfield for the United States Army Air Forces, it is now the Imperial War Museum Duxford. Given the significance of the town there isn’t a huge range of accommodation in Duxford itself. Most visitors tend to stay in the nearby city of Cambridge. This is fine if you don’t mind the husstle and busstle of the busy tourist town. If however you are just coming for a weekend trip to the museum you might want to escape all that and enjoy the tranquility and accessibilty of Duxford itself. If that is the case then the best known place to stay is the Duxford Lodge Hotel. The Duxford Lodge is just 20 minutes from Stansted airport and only two minutes to the Imperial War Museum. Surrounded by beatifully kept and secluded gardens the hotel really is the place to get away from it all. They now also offer wireless access to all their guests, making it ideal for business visitors, as well as tourists. To find accommodation in Duxford follow the link below. Accommodation in Duxford