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7 Regent Terrace, Cambridge, CB2 1AA – Show map
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Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Express check-in/check-out, Luggage storage
Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
14:00 - 23:30 hours
01:00 - 10:30 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
Cards accepted at this property
Regency House accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorise your card prior to arrival.
Please note that the reception is closed from 13:00. If you arrive before this time, there will be someone to meet you. After this time, there is a 24-hour self-check-in facility.
Please note that the building is a Victorian Townhouse with stairs and no lift. This is not suitable for people with limited mobility.
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Pleasant and helpful staff Nice breakfast Comfortable room
The pub next door is too noisy and putting the bottles out woke me up; not good when you've got a job interview.
The Regency House is close to the City Centre. The Breakfast was in a familiar atmosphere, but still good.
We booked a double room with bathroom "en suite", but we received a double room with shared bathroom. There was no possibility to change the room. So, we stayed in this room and they told us to pay back the money we paid too much. They didn't pay any money back until one month later!
I stayed for 5 days during the end of July. The room wasn't big, but very clean and comfortable. The location is just excellent: close to the rail station, the grand arcade and the colleges. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly, much more than one would expect! All in all, I wouldn't hesitate recommending this place to my friends and family.
Location was great, staff were friendly. Cannot comment on breakfast as went else where. Pub next door which was good. Ideal for anyone wanting a night out in Cambridge and just need somewhere to crash.
No car parking. Other than that it was ok.
Very clean guesthouse and also helpful and nice staff. Walking distance to all universities, attractions, railway and buses. Breakfast ok. They could easily transform this place into a retro hotel if they do renovation
The staff was very kind and helpful. The house is nice and close to the bus station and the inner city as well. I enjoyed my staying there, so I really recommend the place!
Receipt was promised, but not received so far.
Great location Super friendly staff Excellent value for money Clean Nice breakfast
value place but good destination
The place was a wreck: shabby, worn carpets, no lobby or place to relax, no chair in room, old plumbing, luke warm water.
ideal location 1/2 way between our son's flat and the main shopping centre and colleges and on the green wonderful b&b type breakfast very friendly helpful staff
a little cramped on storage-no where for suitcase or contents a little noisy at night next to a pub-it was warm at night so we needed the windows open no fridge (useful for longer stays)
staff was super super nice
Very comfortable bed and clean room
The curtain in my room was damaged and coming away from the pole.
Was trapped in shared bathroom with no staff around to let me out. Staff made no effective attempts to rectify the problem.
It was a great location.
The managers need to unclog the drain in the shower next to room 6.
The breakfast is good: simple, healthy and hot food. The decorations in the room are stylish. Room is spacious, tidy and clean as well.
The Wifi network cannot be connected. We asked the only staff there but she said she was not sure about the Wifi network. Therefore we lost our connection there.
The B&B is extremely conveniently located a 10-15 mins walk from the station and almost right in the city centre and next to the lovely Parker's Piece. I arrived before 2 pm which is normal check-in time, but I was allowed access to my room anyway which was nice. The room was quite small but nice and clean with a wash basin, a chair, a TV, radio and coffee/tea making facilities, and it was right next door to the bathroom which was very handy. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful and made me feel very welcome. The breakfast room was lovely and had a nice atmosphere. There are two large tables that everyone shares which means there is plenty of opportunity to chat to fellow guests.
For the price I paid I expected things like a working shower, not one that only delivered a tiny bit of water at a time, toilet paper aplenty when the bathroom is shared between three rooms and perhaps a more exciting breakfast. It was advertised a "continental" which it was, but the toast had gone quite dry by the time I got there at 8.15 (breakfast started at 8), the cheese and ham slices were cut in half and placed on a plate, meaning they also dried out rather quickly. The coffee was nice and plentiful though. My room faced the pub next door meaning there was a lot of noise, not so much from the pub-goers but from the bin into which bottles seemed to be constantly thrown after closing time.
The price is too high compare to the room and service. The shower in one of the bath room was broken.
Never never stay at this guest house…it is the worst I have stayed at in all the time I have been travelling. Exposed wires light hanging from the ceiling, builders starting at 8 in the morning working on the roof on a saturday…these people should be closed down. I am going to trading standards and health and safety about them worst nights sleep anywhere…be warned you will regret this...
All of it staff, most seriously it was noisy and dangerous…I have pictures of the dangerous fittings
the location , the breakfast lady is very friendly
shared bathrooms is terribly small or no hot water. bedding is no clean enough.
Location. Charming young woman making breakfast.
The Wi-fi didn't work.
location and the cleanliness
the Staff not available when you need them and the Wifi is off all the time I was there even though all the guest called them and the staff promise to fix it
The location of Regency House is excellent. At the weekend discounted price of £55, the single room with non-ensuite, shared bathroom, represents good value, especially bearing in mind the very central location. I briefly met one of the chambermaids and also the lady who prepares the breakfast downstairs, and they were both pleasant and helpful.
The bathroom opposite my room (#1) quickly degenerated into such an unpleasant state that I had to go to the floor above instead. The duvet, which poked through gaps at the edges of the cover, for some reason, had other people's hair on it, which I particularly dislike, and had to remove. It wouldn't hurt to replace the carpet in this room, which is marked in places. However, the sheets and towels themselves were perfectly clean.
Internet was disconnected after 9pm.
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