Regency Guest House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Regency Guest House Cambridge
Travel Blogs from Cambridge
... If you think MG takes better pics than me you're wrong
If I've missed anybody out it was not intentional and I hope the issuings have been shared (I didn't want to send it to everybody in my Contacts, 10 would have been far to many)
For people like Jean La Tete who only check their emails once every six weeks, it's probably autumn now and you're reading the postings in reverse order.
Look forward to blogging next time.Love from Nick and MG ...
... past the various colleges (Kings College, St. John's, Trinity College), crossed the River Cam on one of several bridges (Cam-bridge), heard the story of the pub where the discovery of DNA was discussed and where the RAF hung out during WW II, and had afternoon tea in a tea shop. A tasty assortment of Indian food, of which trooper Josh tried a little of everything, brought another full day to an ...
... gross and couldn't even finish it.
I also had a Lion bar which was pretty good. It was a wafer with caramel and peanut butter covered in chocolate. There's really no way to go wrong there.
I've had a lot more since then and I recommend to anyone to be really adventurous with their food choices whenever they go abroad. I've certainly tried some good things and some not so good ones and haven't regretted anything (well...almost nothing). ...
... In the evening we went to a noodle bar with another of the men in Sue's life, Tom Carter. He lives nearby and again, the two of them maintain separate lives but a very happy relationship. He is a very interesting and erudite man; unfortunately the noodle bar, although it had good food, was INCREDIBLY noisy thanks to a large wedding party in an unforgiving space, and Tom has a quiet, very well-bred voice, so I struggled to follow some of the ...