Inns in Bury St Edmunds

The Red House
Bury St Edmunds

IP29 4RR

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The Red House is situated in the small village of Stanningfield, famed for its historic links to the gunpowder plot conspirators. Now a some what quieter place to stay, its location is ideally placed to visit and explore the historic town of Bury St Edmunds, Lavenham, Long Melford and Sudbury. Surrounded by wonderful walks and countryside, an idyllic place to ramble or cycle from.

The pub with its warm and welcoming traditional village atmosphere is family run, where everyone is welcome to enjoy a drink and chat, or just relax. With our acclaimed real ales, beers, spirits or soft drinks, tea coffee and a bar menu and snacks.

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