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Reviews - Regency Guest House

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7 Regent Terrace, , , Cambridge, CB2 1AA
Regency Guest House is a beautiful Victorian building located in Cambridge City centre. The house was built in 1850 and has the charming characteristics of a typical Victorian townhouse, with high ceilings, tall windows, and a basement. There are 10 rooms split over 4 levels. Most rooms have a view of the historical 25 acre Parker’s Piece. Regency Guest House is within a short walking distance of Cambridge’s famous University colleges as well as museums, galleries, shops and restaurants. The bus station is a 4 minute walk and the train station is just over 10 minutes away. Regency Guest House has been under new management since late 2013 and we have slowly been renovating and improving the feel of the house. The house has undergone a huge transformation with new carpets, furniture and fittings. Wi-Fi now runs as standard throughout the house and is free to use for all guests. Every room now has a flat screen TV, DAB radio, tea and coffee making facilities, comfortable mattresses with duck and down feather duvets and pillows. A Continental breakfast is served in the morning from 8-9am. Bread and croissants are freshly baked every day and are enjoyed with a fresh pot of coffee. We also have 2 beautiful luxury apartments: St Matthew’s Apartment and Bailey House Apartment. These are available for short or long stays. Our apartments are situated nearby to the Train Station, Shopping Centre, Restaurants and University Colleges. The apartmenta have between one and three bedrooms with comfortable twin or king sized beds, bathroom with shower, fully equipped kitchen with fridge/freezer, washer dryer, microwave, oven and hob, complete with all utensils and crockery, lounge and dining area with sofa, flat screen TV, and free Wi-Fi. Please contact us for check-in information and the apartment address once you have placed a booking. Click on the ‘Room’ section of this website for further information on our Guest House rooms and our Apartments.
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Guest Reviews Based on 18 reviews
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61% recommended this accommodation to a friend 66% would stay again
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Okay but expensive for a room that is not that great.
Pros:
Great location
Easy to come and go
Nicely decorated rooms
Cons:
Room lock was difficult to use - very stiff.
Expensive for what it is - £125 for a nothing very special room and hotel.
Toilet seat was broken.
Lamp didn't work.
Blind was broken and only opened one side.
Balcony was littered with cigarette butts and empty plastic bottles.
When you run water in the sink, it comes up the shower plughole.

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Sophie M

From Colchester, UK
Who stayed in October 2014

Couple

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Got bumped up
There was some booking issue, so I got bumped up to a nice apartment, which I wish I could have had for longer! The staff were very nice, and made sure I knew exactly where I was going by meeting me and taking me there. There was no tea or soap, but considering it was clearly meant to be a long-term place, it was understandable. I'd definitely recommend this.

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Katherine P

From Glasgow, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

Travelling alone

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One night stay
The accommodation was ok for a one night stay only, bathroom and toilets are shared, so throughout the night there were lots of people coming an going, making sleep extremely difficult with doors constantly opening and closing

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amanda d

From Manchester, UK
Who stayed in May 2014

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The room was clean, and the bed comfortable. I could not get the TV to work, but I did not try very hard. The lack of an on-suite bathroom is a definite limitation, as you have to get up in the night dress and go to the bathroom, and someone left the windows open for the bathroom first thing in the morning so it was fresh but as cold as heck. I thought the breakfast was very good. For the price still a good deal.

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Edward A

From Milton Keynes, UK
Who stayed in April 2014

With colleagues

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C STIRLING

From Swansea, UK
Who stayed in March 2014

Travelling alone

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Value for money
Nice value for money bed and breakfast in the city center, Good breakfast and good customer service team, Recommended!

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r metta

From Glasgow, UK
Who stayed in February 2014

Travelling alone

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Just about Ok
No one on reception. Blinds in bedroom broken which I had to wedge shut with some toilet paper. Apart from that room was ok and breakfast just about Ok but expensive for what you get.

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michael c

From UK
Who stayed in January 2014

Travelling alone

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central Cambridge
Easy to find, warm, comfortable bed, excellent breakfast. I left my suitcase as arranged on departure day and returned early afternoon and shared bathroom still hadn't been cleaned, couldn't get bedside light to work, front door not very secure as guests have to make a point of checking it has closed properly each time.

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Angie G

From UK
Who stayed in November 2013

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very cosy and comfortable town house within 5 minutes of Cambridge city centre. Especially good for one night stay

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n rimmer

From Knutsford, UK
Who stayed in September 2013

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Impersonal, clean, perfunctory, small
I stayed here one night when I went down to Cambridge for a party. The room was clean but very small. I hadn't expected to share a shower. There is no reception so no one to greet you or tell you about the place. So it's extremely impersonal. all that for £110 which I thought was hugely over priced. It is in a very central location though so I guess that's why it's expensive.

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Tim C

From UK
Who stayed in July 2013

Travelling alone

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