Bury St Edmunds

Only the ruins, albeit impressive ones, of The 12th century cathedral can be seen in Bury St Edmunds, but it has an intact stone and flint house possibly the home of a Jewish merchant from the same period, those just two of the many attractions here, the Greene King Brewery one not to be ignored... Read More

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Hotels in Bury St Edmunds - 32 places to stay

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The Angel Hotel

The Angel Hotel

Situated on Angel Hill, one of the country's prettiest squares, this family owned hotel offers beautifully-decorated bedrooms, comfortable Lounge and newly refurbished Angel Eaterie with its stunning artwork and cool design. Charles Dickens stayed in this former coaching ... More | Double Room: From 100 | visit website

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Ramada Bury St Edmunds

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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Ravenwood Hall Country Hotel & Restaurant

Ravenwood Hall Country Hotel & Restaurant

Nestled within 7 acres of lawns and woodland, Ravenwood Hall, an exceptional country manor house built in 1530, is merely 3 miles from Bury St Edmunds. A perfect position with a wide choice of ... More | Double Room: From 120 | visit website

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Abbey Hotel

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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Grange Hotel

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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Six Bells at Bardwell

Six Bells at Bardwell

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The Six Bells is a perfect country escape set on the edge of the village green, near the duck pond in the pretty Suffolk village of Bardwell. Originating in the late 1500s, ... More | Double Room: From 32.50

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Worlington Hall Hotel

Worlington Hall Hotel

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Worlington Hall is an elegant 16th century former Manor House set in five acres of gardens with protected trees and fishing rights on the River Lark. The original house was built ... More

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Swallow Suffolk Hotel, Golf and Country Club

Swallow Suffolk Hotel, Golf and Country Club

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Situated only 5 minutes from Bury St, Edmunds, The Suffolk Hotel,Golf & Leisure is the complete package. From pampered days in the beauty salon to relaxing in the Leisure Club ... More

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The Pykkerell

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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Old Rectory

Old Rectory
The Old Rectory is a listed building dating from the 16th Century standing in mainly walled gardens, a feature of which are the rose beds and the various mature trees. The house is ideally situated ... More | Double Room: 40 - 50 | visit website

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