Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Travellers
Good out of town venuePosted Nov 18, 2013
A hill top site which offers wonderful views across Cambridge. Compact cottages are set in pretty gardens. Facilities allow for independent breakfast provision but are inadequate for anything else. Good restaurants are available fairly nearby
for Everyoneby Glenn from Bowral NSW 2576, Australia
Not what we expected.Posted Jul 28, 2013
The cottage was cold, especially the bathroom. No wardrobe only hooks on the wall with a couple of plastic coat hangers to hang your clothes. No iron and ironing board. No vanity in the bathroom so nowhere to put toilets bags, other than in a cupboard under the basin. No Sky TV, wanted to watch the rugby on Sky sport and couldn't. Paying $170 plus $20 for breakfast, we would have thought we would have got more. Better places to stay in Cambridge, especially Huntington Stables.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great place to relaxPosted Apr 27, 2013
As in the title, a nice well maintained place to stay
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Helen
Last Night in New ZealandPosted Mar 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
Enjoyed a stay here before travelling on to Auckland for return flight to UK. Our hosts were very welcoming and we stayed in the cottage. The furnishings and facilities were first class. The garden and swimming pool were lovely to relax in. Cambridge itself is a lovely town with interesting shops, plenty of restaurants and a lovely river and park. Also only 20 minutes from Hamilton Gardens which were well worth a visit. Must mention however that although the Coach House is not on the road there was some traffic noise.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Salt Lake City
slice of heavenPosted Dec 24, 2012
It was a little slice of heaven in the middle of a very hectic trip to New Zealand. Vicki and Carl are wonderful hosts and the property was so lovely.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Great BasePosted Dec 12, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is a great place to stay if you have a car and want to explore the surrounding area.The accommodation is of a high standard and quiet and if you want a day off you can always sit by the pool weather permitting!!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Feilding, New Zealand
Magical Cambridge HavenPosted Apr 23, 2012
Pros: the hosts and there animals
Location: Ideal and close to all facilities
We have never used a B&B before but would not hesitate to go back here. We had a great weekend and had the motor racing been on again next year we would have booked for the same dates 12 months in advance. Karl and Vicki you have a little piece of your own paradise.Have you counted the dogs to make sure they are all there? I know two woman who wanted to smuggle Gracie out . Hope you have a good trip next year and if we get the chance we will be back. Go those flying purple FORDS. Geoff and Louise
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Brisbane
Highlight of holidayPosted Apr 17, 2012 on Hotels.com
We stayed with Vickie and Karl for 2 nights and would recommend this B&B above all others. The locaiton, outlook, service and attention to detail in the separate bungalows is first class.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Denver, CO
A hidden gemPosted Apr 13, 2012 on Hotels.com
We only had one night to fill as we headed west towards the Waitamo Caves from the Bay of Plenty and we found the Cambridge Coach House almost by chance. Lucky we did, as this is a classy little B&B (just 3 rooms) run by a delightful couple, Vicki and Karl, who both have a great sense of humor. The location is on top of a hill outside Cambridge, down a long private driveway and only very slightly impacted noise-wise by the road below. The rooms, separated from the main house, are well-furnished and very comfortable and the modern bathroom has a great shower. Breakfast was excellent, served outside on the patio next to the pool. Vicki is a charming hostess and full of suggestions on what to see and where to go. We would definitely stay there again.
for Couplesby Janine from Queensland, Australia
Beautiful and Stylish Coach house B & BPosted Mar 16, 2012
Location: Only a short drive out of the township in a semi rural location
This accommodation here exceeded our expectations. Vicki and Carl are lovely and made us feel welcome from the moment we got there. They invited us for drinks in the late afternoon, it was nice. We stayed in the Acacia Room which was seperate from the main house in lovely manicured gardens. The standard of the rooms is to us was 6 star and the lovely touches of chocalates on the bed was nice. The price included breakfast and we had a choice of a full cooked breakfast or a continental. Vicki is a great cook and it was lovely by the pool area with the English tea service to eat off. We weren't hungry for the rest of the day. Her information on the area was invaluable and she told us of some nice spots to go to that is not very well known to tourists which is what we were looking for. Ask her about the waterfall, it is worth the drive and the short walk down. Strongly recommend to go to this 1930's style coachhouse B & B. You won't be dissapointed.