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A very friendly welcome. A nice room with even our own small kitchen. Nice and quiet location. French breakfast excellent and...
... had a function nearby in Sohom comfortable warm and clean room. Malcolm and Jan were very pleasant continental breakfast...
Our room was small and basic. Although it was clean, it didn't feel it. The carpet was quite stained and so were the glasses by...
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Maarten v wrote a review Jul 2017
Zeeland, The Netherlands116 contributions11 helpful votes
A very friendly welcome. A nice room with even our own small kitchen. Nice and quiet location. French breakfast excellent and could not wish for more. Very happy to have stayed there, unfortunately just for one night.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
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Rose T wrote a review Feb 2017
Essex, United Kingdom65 contributions22 helpful votes
We Stayed here on 4 February 2017 for one night had a function nearby in Sohom comfortable warm and clean room.
Malcolm and Jan were very pleasant continental breakfast good would stay again when in area very near Ely
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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gazwaldo71 wrote a review Jun 2015
Sevenoaks, United Kingdom4 contributions2 helpful votes
Our room was small and basic. Although it was clean, it didn't feel it. The carpet was quite stained and so were the glasses by the bed. The bed also felt cheap and uncomfortable. The French breakfast was ok, but £5 extra for an English breakfast is a bit cheeky for an £80 a night B&B. On a positive, the owners were extremely friendly and welcoming.
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Date of stay: June 2015Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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nestcottage wrote a review Feb 2015
Tolleshunt Knights, United Kingdom621 contributions195 helpful votes
We enjoyed our 2 night stay at the Queensbury B&B and the room was clean and well presented.
We had everything we needed and the Owners are very nice helpful and charming.
The breakfast was really nice and I prefered it to the Egg and Bacon option usually offered.
The position is very central and it is very convenient for visiting the local attractions.
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Date of stay: February 2015Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Suite would be good if you want a larger room to the standard rooms for £80
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Caroline B wrote a review Jun 2014
Chichester, United Kingdom1,910 contributions154 helpful votes
We chose Queensberry from two properties advertised in the 'Little Green Book,' the bed and breakfast nationwide brochure. This publication gives a coloured photograph and description, name, address and telephone number along with e-mail and web address if available.

Our destination was Ely,so we wanted somewhere nearby to enable us time to visit as many places as possible. One place did not reply promptly, whilst Queensberry were very quick to respond to my enquiry. Queensberry is a period house on the outer edge of Fordham village and has appeared in some TV travel programmes. It is situated near Newmarket (horse-racing centre) as well as being close to Ely, Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds, Duxford War Museum and other places of interest.

Jan and Malcolm are the proprietors who provide a homely atmosphere and welcome for their guests. Parking is spacious and set back off the road. We were shown to a cottage in the grounds with two floors. Our room was on the upper floor with a small shower room and the use of a galley kitchen for tea facilities or using the microwave, along with the use of a fridge. Along the corridor from us was a suite with a double bedroom, en suite shower and a sitting/dining room.
Our room was clean and comfortable but we would have preferred it to be a little more spacious as it felt There are larger rather 'cramped.' There are larger rooms, so its best to ask when booking! The cost was £80 per night with a continental breakfast.
I thought it strange that there was only a continental breakfast on offer, but later, after arrival, learned that you could have a cooked breakfast, but that would cost £5 extra. An apology was given for failing to disclose this option upon booking.
Breakfast is in the garden room amidst colourful flowers and plants and served between 7 - 9am. We had warm croissants, selection of cereals and yoghurts, toast with various jams and cheeses and a variety of fresh fruit. Freshly squeezed oranges were available, if wanted. The coffee was good – with hot milk, as requested.

Malcolm was a former amateur jockey, so if you are a horse enthusiast he can help you with any questions, even arrange tours, if interested.

Good location, great welcome and comfortable, just wished we had had a larger room!
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Date of stay: May 2014Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: There are rooms in the house and a cottage in the garden, depending on your needs. If self...
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