B&B Offers A Glimpse at Local History

B&B Offers A Glimpse at Local History

A Journey into Cambridge

Cambridge is a place of history.

Though it was only formed in 1973 when the three municipalities of Galt, Preston and Hespeler and the settlement of Blair were amalgamated into a single legal entity under a new name, its stories, and architecture go back much further.

In the midst of the tremendous growth of the region, there are tree lined streets and downtown main street areas that remind one of an earlier time.

Most of these addresses appeal to locals and day trippers. But there are places where those visiting the area can spend the night to experience the region at its best.

One example is Langdon Hall. We have spoken of this unique location in an earlier posting. And, because there are so many stories associated with it we will soon do so again.

But there are other places - such as the Blairview Bed & Breakfast.

The Blairview is located downtown not far from the Farmer's Market, Antiques Market, re-adapted Mills and other attractions.

But it is an attraction in itself - boasting high ceilings, crystal chandeliers, antique furniture and walls lined with original works of art. A sweeping staircase, poster bed, fireplaces and porches add character and comfort to this accommodations.

A place with character in an area with character and history.

B&B Offers A Glimpse at Local History