This beautiful Britain 3 stars house is located at a distance of 1.5 miles north of the city center. The architecture of the building is so beautiful but you can’t force yourself to not stops and have a long look at it for a moment. The building is made up of red bricks and all the doors and windows are painted in a fresh white. There is a beautiful line of small flowering plant all around the side of the building which makes the red and white contrast even more pleasant to the eye.
There is a bus stop nearby June’s Bed and Breakfast and there is a bus available every 10 minutes. Thus transportation is not at all a problem from there. The Stansted Airport is only at a distance of 40 minutes and the M11 and A14 are also very closely found.
Children of all ages are welcomed at the June’s Bed and Breakfast. There rooms are very airy and clean. The interior of the room is all white with slight touches of Maroon and Blue at places. Beddings are all linen. There are Jute chairs in each room as well. The rooms are equipped with ensuite facilities and have tea and coffee facilities too. Apart from that each room has a color TV and video. The parking space is private and is available to the guests only.
Please find a few comments by guests who have already stayed at the Hamden Guest House.
‘A really pleasant stay comfortable room and very friendly proprietors. Thank you for looking after us so well’ Terry Fennal, Dorset.
‘Very easy going relaxed atmosphere and host’ Dan
Best B&B, far more comfortable than others we have stayed at, helpful hosts , excellent breakfasts. Would recommend’ Ted & Rachel, USA
One thing every guest says in common is that they were very warmly welcomed and treated as family. The hosts take special care in giving their guests utmost attention.
Entertainment places to visit can be the Linton zoo, English Heritage, river walks etc. The famous Cambridge University is also located in the near by locality and one can easily visit the University from the Hamden Guest House. Apart from them you can also visit Kings College chapel, Museums, church’s, Botanical gardens, National Trust, Wimpole Hall, Anglesy Abbey, Audley End and Ely cathedral.