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Stumbling into the beautiful reception room in Cambridge Beaches exhausted after a long and delayed flight we were greeted by one of the friendliest most kind and sympathetic people you could ever meet. Karen virtually greeted us with open arms and straight away we felt...More
The beauty of this older resort made up for some problem areas. The scenery from every corner of the property is stunning. Even 20 to 60 mph winds didn’t impact the beauty - only limited our ability to go outside.
-Cottages not huge...More
First off note that Bermuda has to be one of the most expensive resort islands. This is significant to note since the island Does not feature the warm weather during the colder months in North America.
Cambridge Beaches is a "nice" place to stay, featuring...More
Depressed by an exceptionally brutal New England winter, my wife & I (both teachers) made a bold decision: we were going to go to Bermuda for the first time! Psych!
We did our research and found a JetBlue vacation package that looked surprisingly affordable, with...More
My wife and I had a wonderful visit to Cambridge Beaches December 14-19. This was our sixth visit to Cambridge and it didn’t disappoint. We stayed in Kirkaway and what a beautiful suite with amazing views. Food was excellent and happy hour always a pleasure....More
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Response from Cambridge-Management, General Manager at Cambridge BeachesResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your review and we hope to welcome you back soon!
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You can get a reasonable lunch or dinner in their "Port o Call" restaurant just off the small bar. Tamarisk is quite pricey and Breezes was closed during the off season. Drinks run $10 or so... not bad for Bermuda, where... More
You can get a reasonable lunch or dinner in their "Port o Call" restaurant just off the small bar. Tamarisk is quite pricey and Breezes was closed during the off season. Drinks run $10 or so... not bad for Bermuda, where you can expect a glass of wine to run $16 in a Hamilton restaurant!