- Very Good
- 11 guest reviews
"Very clean and comfortable. Single room small but adequate with very nice bathroom. Some road noise...."
"Nice size room with usual amenities, rear car park, tasty breakfast, good attentive service from an honest caring couple...."
"A very pleasant stay. Delightful couple who obviously take pride in both making their guests welcome snd providing a good service. Would def..."
"Very nice place to stay. Made to feel very welcome. Breakfast and room were very good...."
"Bramble Corner is a very lovely B&B. Easy to find and plenty of parking for guests. A pub next door ( I didn't try it but it looked pleasant..."
About the hotel
Hello there Martin and Kay welcome you to Bramble Corner bed and breakfast, a very popular 4 star Visit England rated establishment located in the Fen village of Bluntisham Cambridgeshire with good connections to Cambridge, Ely, Peterborough, St. Ives and Huntingdon A very popular B&B set in a large detached Victorian property dating back to 1880 and with half an acre of established gardens and plum orchards. We have four letting rooms three of which have en-suite facilities; the other downstairs twin room has a private bathroom.
Famed for our breakfasts (eggs provided by our own flock of chickens) we use locally sourced products when available and a much is homemade (bread, jams, preserves, even our own yoghurt made by Kay). Please look at our menu offerings to whet your appetite. This area is becoming increasingly popular as the RSPB have developed with Hanson Trust, a wetland wild life area utilising the lakes created by the excavation of sand and ballast. There is an abundance of birds and other wildlife to suit guests who have interests in this area, but also for walkers and photographers. Bluntisham also has close ties to the authoress Dorothy L Sayers who lived opposite us at one time in the large former Rectory We are next door to the Prince of Wales pub where Sam and her staff run a typical village set up very useful for guests who fancy a quick “pint” or something to eat. It is a Greene King pub, so beware of the “Abbott Ale” Apart from the recently opened section of the RSPB Wetland Trust area, within a three mile radius, there is golf (at the newly located St. Ives Golf Club), sailing, walking (the Ouse Valley Way), fishing, canoeing, river boat hire, and local sports centre for swimming etc. Further afield there are many ancient monuments, stately homes, wildlife parks and a host of other things to visit. Cambridge itself, with its connection with the famous University, is a must to look around and the open top bus tour is an absolute must
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- Family friendly
- Babysitting services, Interconnecting rooms available
- Car parking available onsite
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 16:00 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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91% would recommend it to a friend
great nights sleep and very comfy clean room
Very clean and comfortable.
Single room small but adequate with very nice bathroom. Some road noise.