The Cambridge Farm Bed and Breakfast is an 1894 Victorian home located in the peaceful village of Cambridge, New York. Situated on 7 acres, the house has been lovingly maintained and the original wood plank floors and detail trim add beauty and elegance to the rooms. The parlor and wrap around porch are gathering places where our guests are invited to pause and enjoy some refreshment in the afternoons. You can enjoy boating and fishing on the Battenhill, antiquing, hiking, ice skating, Vermont's skiing and shopping centers and Saratoga's racing and music.
Named for the historic village just to the East of our Inn, this open and airy room is a two room suite graced with a queen sized canopy bed and a lovely Sitting Room which will help you rest and relax while stepping back a bit in time with a truly romantic setting. The ensuite private bathroom includes a stand up shower.
Named for the beautiful and scenic river just north of our Inn, the Guest Room itself is cozy yet spacious and holds a magnificent queen sized bed. The ensuite private bathroom includes a stand up shower.
Named for the village east of our Inn, this Guest Room holds a double bed. The bath, which is private to this guest room, is located just across the hall.
Named for the beautiful village in which we are located, this first floor guest room is cozy yet spacious with a magnificent queen sized bed and oriental carpet. The ensuite private bathroom includes a stand up shower.
4.8 on May 21, 2014
Recently stayed at the Cambridge Farm B&B. I found my stay to be very comfortable. The innkeeper was very warm and friendly making each of the guest feel welcome. Breakfast was wonderful each morning I was there. I really enjoyed the inn!
5 on November 10, 2013
Kerri and Jim are wonderful proprietres. The house is emaculate ....the food is most delicious !!!
4.0 on October 07, 2013
My wife and I stayed here recently for three nights. Big old farm house, quite charming, neat & very clean. The hosts couldn't have been nicer -- really delightful people. Would happily stay there again, and look forward to doing so. The only quibbles, which I mention because I get the impression that the hosts would like everything to be perfect, are: 1) The queen-sized bed was a bit small, and, worse than that, it sagged in the middle. Most nights, I woke frequently with the sense that I needed to position myself to avoid sliding/rolling down against my wife in the trough in the middle of the bed. Unpleasant sensation. A king-sized bed with a non-saggy mattress would have been a nice addition. 2) The breakfasts were exquisite (except for the poached peaches one morning -- the peaches were unripe and so the dish didn't work), with one glaring exception: the coffee was kinda mediocre. We're pretty fussy about our coffee, and what was served tasted like mid-strength Folders from a Mr. Coffee maker, whereas what we would have preferred would have been, say, a strongly-made, Starbucks or Peets' medium roast in, say, a press pot, or a higher-end drip machine (like a Bonavita or Technivorm). Makes a difference -- like the difference between an Old Milwaukee and a Weltenburger Kloster Assam Bock.
5 on September 26, 2013
In every relevant respect, staying at The Cambridge Farm B&B was our best bread and breakfast experience -- domestic or foreign -- ever. Jim and Carrie were welcoming, generous and attentive, the house and our rooms immaculate and well appointed, and the breakfasts were delectable. We wholeheartedly recommend this B&B to all.
4.4 on September 04, 2013
Stayed here for a wedding weekend! Was NOT disappointed. The hosts, Jim & Kerri were extremely friendly and accommodating. We will definitely stay with them again on our next trip there.
Rural, Farm, Countryside, Village
Albany, NY (ALB-Albany County) 40 miles
Take I-87 North to Exit 14 - Saratoga Springs and Route 29 East. Follow route 29 into Schuylerville and then into Greenwich. At the point when 29 turns left (East) you stay STRAIGHT onto 372 towards Cambridge for approximately 9 miles, we are on the right as you enter Cambridge.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, National/State parks, Saratoga Race Track, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, River, Ski area, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Computer, Internet Service, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Private entrance, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Sight-seeing
Jim and Kerri Morgan
Both of us are retired military and enjoy the outdoors; hiking, biking, skiing.