Our Guesthouse

Hi, I am Inga and I am your host and I run the guesthouse. You will meet me for your check-in and I will be the one you see through out your stay.

I have been managing the guesthouse for <n> years and find it so rewarding, albeit hard work keeping all the rooms clean and making sure the guests are always happy.

If you have any questions during your stay I am here to answer them. I have visited all the sights around, and can help you plan a weekend or daytrip.

124 Tenison Road

Most visitors to Cambridge come to see the sights, as it has such a rich heritage and has a big place in history. Many of the the sites, commons and roads all have their place and links to the past and you will come across many during your stay. The road that our guesthouse sits, Tenison Road is one of the many ..

Thomas Tenison (29 Sep 1636 - 14 Dec 1715)

Thomas, who shares my birthday (although I am a lot younger), was an English church leader, the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1694 until his death.

He was born locally in Cottenham, just 4 miles outside Cambridge and was educated at the free school in Norwich and then onto Corpus Christi College here in Cambridge as a scholar on Archbishop Mathew Parkers foundation.

As vicar of St. Andrew the Great in Cambridge he set an example with his devoted attention to the sufferers from the plague.

He attended Queen Mary during her final illness and preached her funeral sermon in Westminster Abbey.

During his primary he crowned Queen Anne on 6 Feb 1665 and King George I on 20 Oct 1774.