A Bed and Breakfast in Cambridge is an 1897 colonial revival house designed by architect George Fogerty and noted for its simplicity of design and crispness of detail. Stylishly decorated with original paintings and antique oriental rugs and mahogany desks, this warmly elegant retreat offers guests both privacy and good conversation. Three rooms, all with shared bath, telephone, wireless internet access, cable television, down comforters and pillows, antiques, and air conditioning. Bright and airy with nine foot ceilings on the third floor. A library of history, poetry, and tourist literature is also available to guests. Complimentary afternoon tea and sherry, on-street parking, and advice on cultural events are provided. Breakfast includes homemade breads and jams, blueberry pancakes, crepes and granola, or belgian waffles. Come enjoy A Bed and Breakfast in Cambridge!