Situated in the lovely college town of Cambridge, the Earl of Derby Bed & Breakfast provides travellers with rest, respite, and a quaint ambiance. The inn is close to Cambridge University Botanical Garden, the Fitzwilliam Museum and Mill Road.
Lodgings include en-suite high-pressure showers, television with remote control, Wi-Fi access (some rooms), tea and coffee making facilities (with biscuits) and toiletries.
Guests of the Earl of Derby will appreciate the courtesy carpark, free Wi-Fi in all common areas, complimentary breakfast and accessibility options.
Drop by the tavern for a pint of bitters or stop in for a continental breakfast or a fresh, home style lunch or supper.
Tavern visitors is a short drive from dozens of engaging destinations, including the world famous University of Cambridge (five minutes), Scott Polar Research Institute (five minutes) and Midsummer Common (ten minutes).
WiFi in lobby
129 Hills Road, CB2 1PG, Cambridge, United Kingdom
One of the modern concerns when travelling is keeping in contact with family, friends and business contacts. If you’re worried about staying connected, you can put those fears to rest at the Earl of Derby. Guests are offered complimentary Wi-Fi in the hot
A short hike into the city.
From your room at the inn, you’ll be relatively close to downtown Cambridge and all the interesting sights and activities like Mill Street or the University. Or, if you’re not feeling the walk, the B&B is just down the street from a metro stop and from th
Delicious English pub fare.
If there’s one thing travellers love about staying in a classic country bed and breakfast, it’s the sampling of authentic English cuisine. And guests of this B&B are in luck, as the tavern offers a selection of traditional meals including continental or E
Troublesome Wi-Fi at times.
For the most part, guests of the inn will appreciate how close it is to downtown Cambridge and the low-key environment. However, some guests have mentioned problems with the Wi-Fi signal, especially when the bar is in heavy use, and trouble connecting whe
A little bit out of date.
All in all, travellers who stay at the Earl of Derby Bed & Breakfast appreciate the charming locale and the home cooked meals. Some prior visitors, on the other hand, felt that the decorations, fixtures, and rooms were a little on the outmoded side and co
Anticipate racket on weekends.
While the inn offers pleasant and quiet accommodations during the week, for the most part, calmer visitors may be in for some noise on the weekends. As this is a pub, this is to be expected. Nonetheless, keep this in mind before booking a room for a quiet