Duke House In The Press
Conde Nast Traveller
Stylish Bed and Breakfast in a Great Location
“Duke House, right on the edge of Christ’s Pieces, is a very superior B&B with four elegant guest rooms. Owners Liz and Rob Cameron offer a friendly concierge service and the incalculable advantage of free, secure parking. (Cambridge is probably Britain’s least car-friendly city: a parking ticket, according to local report is marginally cheaper than an all-day stay in most central car parks).”
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“Beautifully central, The Duke House is a friendly boutique B&B with four ensuite bedrooms. Fresh flowers and homemade cakes in the rooms make this a stopover that’s hard to beat.”
Country in the City
“The apple juice we serve is from Watergull Orchards in Wisbech and pressed locally, while our marmalade is made by my mother-in-law.”
“Liz Cameron offers a true taste of Cambridge, not just through the breakfast ingredients, which include organic granola from a local bakers, free range eggs and occasionally, home bake gammon, but also in the rose- patterned china on which they are served, and the setting: Shaker style cupboards, an open fire and rustic brick floor.
The four guest rooms of her boutique townhouse B&B are elegantly furnished in a pale relaxing palette and come complete with goose-down duvets and pillows while the embroidered linen furnishings and cool Paint Library shades of the sitting room provide an ideal place in which to plot excursions to the city’s botanical gardens, a punt down the river Cam or simply a wander in Christ’s Pieces, a Victorian Park opposite Duke House.”
Duke House Cambridge has made the upper reaches of Trip Advisor’s best B&Bs in Cambridge.