7a Jesus Lane, The Pitt Club, Pizza Express
History of 7a Jesus Lane
The site was originally the entrance to the inn yard of the Hoop. Four coaches left for London every day (5s fare) as well as coaches to Huntingdon, Birmingham, Stamford, Bury and Leamington.
There is a Wikipedia article about the building:
It was built by the Roman Bath Company. The main promoter of this venture in 1861, to create Turkish Baths in Cambridge, was Henry Staples Foster, mayor in 1849. However, bathing in the river was a more attractive proposition and the Turkish Baths were not a success. The company sold the premises in 1863.
A W Parmenter, lodging housekeeper
University ‘Pitt’ Club, D G Marshall, steward
S Maletka, guest house
University Pitt Club, K E Gladwell, steward