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Holiday rental deals in Cambridge

We have selected the best holiday accommodation by the sea in Cambridge. Bluepillow allows you to save money, by finding the best rates on the main vacation rental websites in Cambridge

  • Spacious, Immaculate, Great Location

    9.9 Exceptional (234)
    • 5 Guests · 2Bedrooms
    This apartment is located in South Boston, a neighborhood in Boston, and is in the city center. Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Newbury Street are worth checking out if shopping is on the agenda, while those
  • UltraLuxe Apt in Boston Brownstone in Prime Area

    9.8 Exceptional (150)
    • 8 Guests · 4Bedrooms
    This apartment is located in Longwood, a neighborhood in Brookline. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Boston Common and Charles River Esplanade, while Boston Museum of Fine Arts and House of Blues
  • Beautiful Luxury 3br / 2ba Parking in Boston Brookline Exceptional Location!

    10 Exceptional (124)
    • 6 Guests · 3Bedrooms
    This apartment is located in Central Village, a neighborhood in Brookline. Boston Museum of Fine Arts and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's popular attractions
  • Luxury 2 Bedroom - 2 Bath Apartment Fenway- Boston

    9.6 Exceptional (252)
    • Hotel
    Located in Fenway–Kenmore, this apartment building is within a 10-minute walk of Fenway Park, Boston Museum of Fine Arts and House of Blues Boston. Northeastern University and Hynes Convention Center are
  • LOCATION, LOCATION LOCATION, 2 Bed, 2 Bath Luxury Condo

    9.6 Exceptional (174)
    • 6 Guests · 2Bedrooms
    Located near the beach, this condo is in South Boston, a neighborhood in Boston. Boston Harbor and Long Wharf are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the
  • Oasis Guest House

    8.7 Fabulous (3397)
    • Hotel
    Located 5 minutes’ walk from Symphony Hall, this Boston guest house features shared outdoor terraces. Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, is 1 mile away.

Bed and breakfast offers in Cambridge by the sea

Are you looking for an accommodation in Cambridge and do you want to save money? Choose from 24 Bed & Breakfasts in Cambridge

  • Boston Yacht Haven

    9.8 Exceptional (1327)
    • Hotel
    This waterfront inn boasts an on-site marina that is filled with boats during the summer season. All rooms feature free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, and views of the harbor or city. Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market
  • The Farrington Inn

    6.4 Pleasant (4022)
    • Hotel
    The Farrington is a guesthouse, located off of Commonwealth Avenue. The Packards Corner T metro stop is 750 metres from the property while Fenway Park is 3 km away. Rooms at the inn offer air conditioning,
  • Beacon Inn 1750

    7.8 Very Good (1121)
    • Hotel
    Beacon Inn 1750 is located in Cleveland Circle, a neighborhood in Brookline, and is near a metro station. Newbury Street and Harvard Square are worth checking out if shopping is on the agenda, while those
  • Inn at St. Botolph

    8.8 Fabulous (1052)
    • Hotel
    This inn is in Boston's historic Back Bay, one block from the Shops at Prudential Center and subway station. A kitchenette and 42-inch flat-screen TV is offered in every suite. Inn at St.
  • Perkins Inn

    8.6 Fabulous (706)
    • Hotel
    Perkins Inn is located in Jamaica Plain, a neighborhood in Boston, and is in the suburbs and on the boardwalk. Fenway Park and The Freedom Trail are notable landmarks, and some of the area's popular attractions
  • Clarendon Square Bed & Breakfast

    9.5 Exceptional (162)
    • Hotel
    Located in South End, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Calderwood Pavilion and Copley Place. Copley Square and Boston Symphony Hall are also within 15 minutes. Prudential Station is 7

The best places to stay in Cambridge

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  • Seaport Hotel® Boston

    9.4 Exceptional (9148)
    • Hotel
    Situated on Boston's historic waterfront, the Seaport Hotel® Boston features on-site dining and rooms with a flat-screen TV. The Silver Line Bus Station is conveniently located next to the hotel.
  • Boston Yacht Haven

    9.8 Exceptional (1327)
    • Hotel
    This waterfront inn boasts an on-site marina that is filled with boats during the summer season. All rooms feature free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, and views of the harbor or city. Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market
  • The Kendall Hotel

    9.5 Exceptional (3567)
    • Hotel
    Originally built in 1894, this historic Victorian-style boutique hotel is situated adjacent to the MIT Campus in Cambridge, and features a unique and cozy atmosphere, complete with many modern conveniences.
  • Boston Harbor Hotel

    9.6 Exceptional (3466)
    • Hotel
    With a stay at Boston Harbor Hotel in Boston (Downtown Boston), you'll be steps from Boston Harbor and 5 minutes by foot from New England Aquarium. This 5-star hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Long Wharf
  • The Whitney Hotel

    9.6 Exceptional (403)
    • Hotel
    Located in Boston (Beacon Hill), The Whitney Hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Massachusetts General Hospital and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This 4-star hotel is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from TD
  • The Langham, Boston

    9.3 Exceptional (3253)
    • Hotel
    The Langham, Boston is centrally located in Boston, a 5-minute walk from Rowes Wharf and 6 minutes by foot from Faneuil Hall Marketplace. This 5-star hotel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from New England Aquarium

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CAMBRIDGE: A University Town at its Best

Cambridge is probably best known for being the home of the prestigious and imposing Cambridge University, but the town itself offers so much more than just the University that is worth visiting.

A trip here is both enlightening and enchanting, as much of the city retains the historic charm of the university while also enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of students and museums at the city center, with beautiful green spaces and riverside walks for those who want to get away from the bustle of the city.


Below are some of our favorite neighborhoods to stay in year round. However, if you’re lucky enough to visit during the summer holiday, we highly recommend reserving a room at Cambridge University in the student housing, it’s a novel treat not to be missed. However, book well ahead as availability goes very quickly!

Round Church Street

Round Church Street is the closest you can get to the center of town without planting yourself like a flag pole. Colorful and full of energy, this is the place to go if you’re looking for a convenient bed and breakfast or vacation rental home that is just a short walk away from the town center. With tons of restaurants at hand, the only downside is that parking is extremely limited. So if you’re driving into Cambridge, keep that in mind.

Gwydir Street

Gwydir street is known as being loud and colorful, and has its own street festival and parade every year to prove it. Stay here if you want to explore the more childlike side of Cambridge, with many artsy cafes and open spaces making it feel like a parade year round.

De Freville Avenue

De Freville Avenue is one of the poshest in Cambridge. Staying here in a bed and breakfast may be somewhat costly at times, but well worth the splurge as the houses are all historically decadent and luxuriously large. Spring for a vacation flat rental in this area if you can to truly enjoy the prestige that Cambridge has to offer.


Obviously, one of the most iconic landmarks of Cambridge is Cambridge University, one of the oldest and most prestigious schools in the world. The best way to experience all 31 colleges on campus, as well as the library and other beautiful buildings, is with a walking tour.

If it’s a warm day out, we highly recommend punting down the river of Cambridge in a guided water-based tour of the city. The romance and charm of this novel activity is not to be missed.

If being outdoors is not possible, we recommend a day of visiting the various churches and chapels in Cambridge such as the St. Peter’s Chapel, the St. Mary the Great university chapel, and the King’s College Chapel, and the Round Chapel for some truly breathtaking experiences.


Cambridge is more dry than many other UK cities, but it does tend to be more cold and there is often a brisk wind blowing through the city. While it is a beautiful place to be on a winter morning, when the frost is still on the grass and there’s a heavy fog, we generally recommend visitors to plan their trips for after Easter to enjoy the best of the spring and summer.

The most important part of planning a trip to Cambridge is not the weather but rather the term times. If you visit during the end of term, there is a chance that you’ll encounter cafes and restaurants overcrowded with stressed students, and many parts of the universities will be closed off to visitors in order to allow students to study. Be sure to look up the term schedules before planning your trip to avoid revisiting revision week!