Located in a peaceful conservation area in the heart of Chesterton and close to the river Cam, 5 Chapel Street is a small Georgian townhouse lovingly restored and converted into a welcoming B&B. Our aim is to provide modern comforts in traditional surroundings – ideal for tourists and business travellers.
Our B&B has three guest rooms. There are two small double bedrooms and one larger room with twin beds which "zip and link" to a super-kingsize double. Beds are comfy with excellent quality mattresses. All rooms are furnished with a small desk and equipped with TV and WiFi. Each room has en suite facilities where the water is softened for bathing. You can also make tea or real coffee from filtered water to enjoy with homemade biscuits.
We pride ourselves on a top quality breakfast, using organic ingredients where we can and also featuring the best local suppliers. Bread is either home-baked, from local artisan bakery Stir Cambridge or from the talented Alison McTaggart’s company Bread on a Bike. We offer a home-made granola as well as fresh fruit salad every morning. Tea is loose-leaf and plentiful, while our coffee is roasted locally. Both come from Butterworth and Son in nearby Bury St Edmunds.
We offer a wide choice of cooked breakfast. Our “Full English” features free range Suffolk pork sausages and bacon from the award winning Gog Magog Butchers, with delicious free range eggs from the excellent Radmore Farm Shop. Kedgeree made from Norfolk smoked haddock is a popular alternative. We also serve kippers smoked in Norfolk and served with Mediterranean style fried tomatoes.
We welcome special diets and always make an extra effort - the biscuits in the rooms are gluten free. Please advise of any food allergies when you make your booking.
We are well placed almost half way between Cambridge City Centre, just over a mile along the river, and the Cambridge Science Park. Cambridge North Station is a 20-minute walk away or a short bus journey. London Stansted Airport is 35 minutes’ drive from here and there is also a direct train. We are fortunate to have free on-street parking in Chapel Street and round the corner in Church Street. As the road is public, we are unable to guarantee a space for our guests. However, no one has had major problems parking near our house since we opened in 2012.