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Tel code: 01359 | code search
Postcode: IP30 | code search
Population: 600
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"General review: The White Horse is well organised and well run. Everything works and is in the right place. Good service, a wide range of well made & presented meals, ..." More

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Beyton is a small and characterful village of fewer than 600 inhabitants four miles to the east of Bury St Edmunds, these days bypassed by the A14 that used to go through it. There are no shops left in the village, but Beyton still has two pubs and a lovely village green and pond, this latter with a huge old oak and pretty meadow as background. As should be the case the village green, complete with its mature lime trees, stream and geese from central casting, is a focal point of the settlement. The White Horse inn overlooks the green, a smart white-washed pub serving the local Greene King brew. Another notable building adjacent to the green is the beamed 15th century Manorhouse, now a B&B. All Saints church in the village is worth a visit inside and out. The interior is largely 19th century, including some elegant bench ends. Outside the tower is Saxon, round although with the perspective altered by its buttresses it can look oval at first glance. Also worth taking in is the churchyard, now designated as a county wildlife site with more than 50 species of wild flowers and grasses to be seen there.


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White Horse (0.22 miles)

White Horse

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The White Horse is a friendly country pub in the picturesque Suffolk village of Beyton. Located close to the historic town of Bury St Edmunds and within easy reach of Newmarket ... More

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Drinkstone Park B&B (1.27 miles)

Drinkstone Park B&B
Four Star Award Winning Bed and Breakfast on the edge of the village of Drinkstone near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. The Ambers is situated in three acres of beautiful gardens that once formed part of ... More | visit website
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Gingell Cottage (1.30 miles)

Gingell Cottage
Professionally designed, brand new, detached, self contained cottages on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds take their theme from 5* USA Suite style accommodation that is delighting our guests. All rooms are deluxe en-suite and ... More | visit website
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Oak Farm Barn (1.67 miles)

Oak Farm Barn
The Oak Farm Barn was originally built during the early 19th century, the barn is timber framed, and roofed with traditional Suffolk pan tiles. We have tried to be as sympathetic to the original ... More | visit website
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Grange Hotel (2.51 miles)

Grange Hotel

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The Grange Hotel, an attractive Tudor style country house hotel, lies in Thurston in the heart of Suffolk. The hotel is set in its own secluded gardens amidst open countryside, offering ... More

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Fen House (3.13 miles)

Fen House

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Lynn and Glynn welcome you to Fen House, Bed & Breakfast accommodation in the heart of Suffolk, close to Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket and Cambridge.Fen House has 4 spacious double ... More

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Little Clavel Cottage (3.49 miles)

Little Clavel Cottage

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Little Clavel is a pretty Four star brick and flint building, situated in the quiet hamlet of Norton Little Green between Bury st Edmunds and Stowmarket.A family run property offering ... More

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Ramada Bury St Edmunds (4.20 miles)

Ramada Bury St Edmunds

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The Ramada Bury St Edmunds is situated by this charming town commonly known as the 'Crossroads of East Anglia'. Leisure travellers will also appreciate the close proximity of Cambridge, Ely and ... More

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The Pykkerell (4.60 miles)

The Pykkerell

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Located 7 miles north-east of Bury St Edmunds, you will find the Pykkerell centrally located in the rural village of Ixworth. Surrounded by Grade 1 Listed buildings dating back to ... More

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Abbey Hotel (4.60 miles)

Abbey Hotel

Within easy walking distance of the Theatre Royal, and a splendid array of cafes and restaurants, the Abbey Hotel is a relaxing, convenient place to stay, popular among both the business community and other visitors ... More | visit website

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