Enjoy your visit to Bury St Edmunds with a stay at The Old Pear Tree. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast daily. There's also a garden, and rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer flat-screen TVs and Egyptian cotton sheets.
Box Bush Cottage - B&B is a great choice for a stay in Bury St Edmunds. Guests can take a dip in the indoor pool, and the sauna makes for a relaxing end to the day. A fitness center and a steam room are other highlights.
Ravenwood Hall Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Bury St Edmunds. After having fun at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. There's also a garden, and rooms offer room service and free WiFi.
Bring the kids when you stay at The Ickworth Hotel in Bury St Edmunds and they can enjoy the free kids' club. Guests can indulge in hot stone massages, hydrotherapy, or reflexology, and Fredericks, one of 2 restaurants, serves regional cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. There's an indoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this luxurious hotel offer flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
Enjoy your visit to Bury St Edmunds with a stay at The Abbey Hotel. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and cooked-to-order breakfast daily between 7:30 AM and 9:30 AM. Other highlights at this upscale bed & breakfast include a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and premium bedding.
Located near a train station, The Angel Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Bury St Edmunds. For a bite to eat, guests can check out The Eaterie, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There's also a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer 24-hour room service and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: The Old Cannon is a warm little brewery a quick walk to down town. We were welcomed by a friendly staff. Large tanks decorate the pub. We split a light, crispy and delicious fish and chips. Breakfast was well done with Blue Mountain coffee.
Cons: Typical of pub B$Bs in the UK the room was small as was the bathroom, yet clean and comfortable. It was definitely what we expected. The proximity to down town can't be beat and the parking behind the pub was welcome.
A Suffolk pub with its own on-site brewhouse, The Old Cannon Brewery offers accommodation and dining less than 10 minutes’ walk from Bury St Edmunds Abbey. The Old Cannon has a brasserie restaurant and provides free parking and Wi-Fi. Each room includes a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, wardrobe, seating area and tea and coffee facilities. All rooms have an en suite shower with hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. A full English breakfast is served at The Old Cannon, with a buffet selection including toast, yoghurt cereals and fruit juice. Croissants, porridge and pancakes also feature on the menu. The brasserie serves a range of freshly prepared lunches and evening meals, featuring local Suffolk produce. Bury St Edmunds attractions include St Edmundsbury Cathedral and the Theatre Royal, and the town has a number of boutiques and independent shops. There is also a multi-screen cinema 4 minutes’ drive away. Ipswich, Diss and Cambridge are all around 35 minutes’ drive from this inn.
Enjoy your visit to Bardwell with a stay at Six Bells. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. There's also a garden, and rooms at this upscale inn offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Ship Stores Guest House is a 17th Century timber framed listed building that was originally three cottages. Later an external staircase led to drinking rooms, above which were used by local sheep farmers. It is believed the name ship is a corruption of sheep. It has also been a village store for at least the last century. In the early 1970 s the accommodation was converted to provide Bed and Breakfast rooms. There are five rooms, all en-suite, available as doubles, twins or singles and family rooms. There are also two large annexe rooms with super king-size beds & newly refurbished bathrooms. All rooms are equipped with TV, Tea/Coffee making facilities, complimentary fresh milk, Mini-bar and hairdryer. An iron, ironing board and wireless internet are also available on request.
The Old Brewers House is a charming 18th Century Building which was formerly the family home of Greene King s Chief Brewer. It has been refurbished & restored to provide nine delightful non-smoking en suite bedrooms.The Dog & Partridge is conveniently located in the heart of historic Bury St Edmunds. The moment you step out of the front door you have the beautiful gardens of St Edmundsbury Abbey and the outstanding architecture of St Edmundsbury Cathedral to your left, and the unique Georgian Theatre Royal to your right. The Greene King Brewery and Museum is literally across the road, and offers magnificent tours and beer tasting.
Pros: Friendly service providers who took the time to visit with you. They were polite and very caring
Cons: Location to town was perfect. The room was fabulous. Breakfast and dinner were good. I had a guest who did not like dinner and they replaced it with something else no problems. They definatly cter to making you want to return.
The Fox is a 15th-century inn, around 5 minutes’ walk from the centre of Bury St Edmunds. It offers a high standard of bed and breakfast accommodation alongside its popular restaurant and bar with pretty terrace beer garden. All rooms at The Fox are equipped with underfloor heating, and incorporate locally made granite-topped furniture. Each has a flat-screen TV, safe, iron, hairdryer and free Wi-Fi, as well as tea and coffee facilities, with the superior Hayloft Suite featuring a luxurious four-poster bed and 2-person bath. Guests can enjoy a freshly cooked full English breakfast served in the inn. The restaurant serves an inviting menu of burgers, steaks, salads and substantial main courses, and lies opposite the Abbey Gardens behind St Edmundsbury Cathedral. Bury St Edmunds offers rich Suffolk heritage with a Regency theatre, the medieval Guildhall and the Norman Tower among its varied attractions. A lively street market, a 12th-century museum and a boutique cinema all add to its considerable charm.
Enjoy your visit to Bury St Edmunds with a stay at The Three Kings - Inn. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Pub, which serves international cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other highlights at this upscale inn include a bar/lounge, and rooms offer minibars and free WiFi.
When you stay at All Saints Hotel, you can practice your swing on the golf course. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, or indulge in massages, facials, or mani/pedis. Other highlights include an indoor pool, a bar/lounge, and a fitness center.
Pros: Very nice outdoor areas, spacious room, clean bathroom.
Best Western Priory Hotel in Bury St Edmunds is a rare breed indeed. The welcome is warm and personal and the standards are high, which few can say in the same breath! We never compromise your comfort, and we'll do everything within our professional power to maintain an 'oasis of calm' during your stay! The Garden Restaurant offers service with a smile and dishes with a difference.earning two AA rosettes for our efforts! As an AA three star hotel with an 81% merit score, we're a 'must-visit', and free parking inside our walled grounds makes us a viable option for the business traveler too. Meetings and conferences are enhanced with Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and bedrooms, and we come highly recommended for all special events. Attention to detail and commitment to quality are key to our guests' comfort and well-being.which means we enjoy a reputation as a premier venue in Suffolk and wider East Anglia. Enjoy your stay.
However you choose to relax, Clarice House is the perfect retreat. Our beautiful Neo-Jacobean mansion is based in woodland settings offering a unique ambiance, worlds apart from everyday concerns. We have an exclusive Health and Fitness Club, Beauty and Day Spa facilities and, of course, our spectacular 13 bedroom hotel with an intimate AA award winning restaurant. No facilities for children under the age of 16. Conveniently located, and easy to get to, our classic country houses in parkland settings offer a unique ambiance, worlds apart from everyday concerns.
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 in 1570 and the Queen Anne facade was added in the early 18th century, when it was turned into a manor house. Today it is a distinguished Country House Hotel recently restored to reflect its original elegance. The building is listed as being of historic interest, set in five acres of land leading down to the River Lark. The Worlington Hall stands amidst beautiful countryside in the heart of a picturesque village from which it takes its name. Located near to Mildenhall we offer the full facilities of a Country Hotel with a Bar Menu and á la carte restaurant, function suite, lounge bar and charming accommodation. The bar and restaurant are open to non-residents. Our comfortable Lounge Bar offers the perfect setting to relax with friends before dinner. The sixteenth century carved wood panelling and blazing log fire will set the mood for a memorable meal in the charming surroundings of the restaurant.
Pros: Excellent parking facilities. Room dated but larger than I expected. No bath but the shower was more than big enough. Excellent location too.
Cons: Breakfast not particularly good value. The beds were a little soft.
Enjoy your visit to Bury St Edmunds with a stay at Dragonfly Hotel Bury St Edmunds. For a bite to eat, guests can check out The Restaurant, which serves international cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.