Regency Guest House


7 Regent Terrace, ,, Cambridge, CB2 1AA

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About the hotel

Regency 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 and sash windows. There are 10 rooms split over 4 levels.

Most rooms have a view of the historical 25 acre Parker’s Piece and two have balconies. 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 5 minutes away. Regency House was fully refurbished in 2015 with a colour scheme design from Farrow and Ball . The house has undergone a huge transformation with new bathrooms, 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 8:00 until 09:30 weekdays and 09:00 to 10:30 weekends. Bread and croissants are freshly baked every day and are enjoyed with a fresh pot of coffee. Regency House is a small independent boutique hotel accommodating tourists, business people and academics.

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Showing Saturday 10 October 2015 to Sunday 11 October 2015

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63% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Jenifer G

  • August 2015

Great Short Stay

The Guest House is very conveniently situated, very close to bus routes and overlooks the green.

Initially, I had trouble getting in, as my computer was down, so I had missed the email giving instruction on how to get in, but after contacting the manager who was very helpful, I found my key and my room easily. Clean and comfortable room - basic but has all the essentials; wonderful bed, windows that open, a basin and a kettle. The shared bathroom was tolerable for a short stay, but if you are planning a stay of a week or more it could become difficult. Can't comment on the breakfast, as I didn't sample it. Guests with mobility problems might want to ask for a ground floor room, as the house is three stories high. Would I stay there again. Most definitely - thank you!

  • John H

  • August 2015

A slightly strange experience

A Victorian terrace house, in which the principal rooms have been converted into guest bedrooms with some style.

But the oddity is that there are no staff present to welcome guests when they arrive: instead guests are - apparently - meant to receive an email giving them a PIN code to open the front door, and then pick up their own room key from a rack in the hallway. I did not receive the email, and eventually got in by calling the number given - either on the website or the LateRooms confirmation. Later that evening, two other guests found themselves in a similar situation. Since I had the room nearest the front door, I deputized for the non existent receptionist and let them in. One other point: breakfast starts at 8.00 a.m. - which it is rather late, especially for those travelling on business. 7.00 a.m. would be more reasonable.

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