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West Suffolk Visitor Guide 2010
Towns and Villages in West Suffolk
04 Bury St Edmunds, Clare & Haverhill
08 Newmarket, Mildenhall & Brandon
13 Cambridge
14 Ely
15 Lavenham
Planning your visit
12 Great Days Out
20 West Suffolk food & places to eat
22 Top Tips for a Green Visit
24 Attractions and Places to Visit
Information
30 Access for Visitors with special requirements
32 How to book
Bury St Edmunds Accommodation
34 Town map
35 Serviced Accommodation - Bury St Edmunds
42 Serviced Accommodation - Bury area
46 Self catering accommodation - Bury St Edmunds
49 Self catering accommodation - Bury area
53 Caravan and camping sites
Newmarket Accommodation
54 Town map
55 Serviced accommodation - Newmarket
58 Serviced accommodation - Newmarket area
65 Self catering accommodation - Newmarket
66 Self catering accommodation - Newmarket area
68 Calendar of Events 2010
70 West Suffolk’s American Connections
72 Competition - Win a luxury break
73 Index of accommodation
75 Large area map
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Bury St Edmunds
Another treat is a visit to the brewery where you
can take an excellent tour of the brew house,
visitor centre and brewery tap.
Bury St Edmunds is also home to the much-
loved Theatre Royal, the oldest working
Georgian theatre in the country, and a selection
of museums and galleries including the
Art Gallery, Moyse’s Hall Museum and the
Malthouse.
The town is a shoppers’ paradise with an
extensive selection of unusual and independent
stores lining its historic streets. The twice-weekly
market is a great place to spot a bargain.
The new shopping centre 'arc' extends
Bury St Edmunds' appeal as a place to live,
work and spend quality leisure time.
The retail mix includes Debenhams, Top shop/
Topman, H&M, HMV, Monsoon/ Accessorize,
Fat Face, Next, Wallis, Paperchase, Waterstones,
Clarks, River Island, Costa, New Look, Peacocks,
Vodafone and more.
If you want to explore the town’s fnest buildings
and learn some surprising facts take one of the
excellent guided tours offered by the Bury St
Edmunds Association of Registered Tour Guides.
Tours are available from May-September and
booked at the Tourist Information Centre.
Once home to one of the most powerful monastries in
Medieval Europe, Bury St Edmunds has seen glory,
turmoil and scandal over the centuries the likes of which
few small towns could boast. Today it remains a busy
and beautiful market town in the heart of East Anglia.
The abbey, built on the site of the shrine of the
martyred Saxon King Edmund, rose to fame in
the Middle Ages when St Edmund became the
patron saint of England.
It is said that at the high altar of the abbey 25
barons swore an oath in 1214 to force King John
to ratify the Magna Carta, which he later did
at Runnymede in Surrey. Magna Carta was a
signifcant step towards the English democratic
and legal system of today. Small wonder Bury St
Edmunds is known as ‘Shrine of the King, Cradle
of the Law’.
The abbey precinct encompasses the giant ruins
of the abbey, the splendid Abbey Gardens, the
Cathedral Church of St James and St Mary’s
Church. The Abbey Gate and the Norman Tower
are the gateways to the precinct, and have
become the symbols of Bury St Edmunds.
The Abbey Gardens regularly win national
prizes for their superb bedding displays.
Based on the botanic gardens laid out by
Nathaniel Hodson, they boast many fne and
original specimens - and are completely free
to enter, every day of the year.
The Norman grid system of the streets makes
exploring on foot an easy business. A fne
collection of public buildings in the town
centre includes the Athenaeum, which opened
in 1714 as an Assembly House and has been
a centre for social life ever since. It was here
that Charles Dickens gave public readings
from his books.
The Nutshell Pub in the centre of town is
recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as
Britain’s smallest pub, and is owned by local
brewers Greene King.
Welcome to the Beautiful
Town of Bury St Edmunds
1. Arc Shopping Centre
2. St Edmundsbury Cathedral
and Abbey Gardens
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Walking tour Historic core of
Bury St Edmunds
Visit St Edmundsbury Cathedral
- The Abbey Gardens
- Theatre Royal
- Greene King Visitor Centre
Spend a day exploring the rich heritage of
Bury St Edmunds with its beautiful historic
buildings and winding streets. Best enjoyed
on foot, start your day at the magnifcent
St Edmundsbury Cathedral with its 140ft
tower before strolling through the award-
winning Abbey Gardens to see colourful
foral displays in the summer months.
A short walk away is the recently restored
Theatre Royal. Built in 1819 the theatre is
the only surviving Regency Playhouse in the
country and tours run throughout the week.
After stopping off at one of the town’s lovely
cafés for a well-earned lunch visit the Greene
King Visitor Centre, a museum devoted to
the region’s best-known brewer where you
can even sample one of their famous ales
– the perfect way to round off your day.
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The pretty market town of Clare boasts a
variety of antique shops, art galleries, coffee
houses and traditional pubs. It was given
by William the Conqueror to his relative
Richard de Beinfait, the frst Earl of Clare,
and members of his family played an
important part in national history, including
the drawing up of the Magna Carta and calling
the frst popular parliament.
The parish church of St Peter and St Paul,
built in 1450, refects the great wealth of the
community in earlier times. The town’s fne
architectural legacy also includes Ancient
House, the town’s museum, timbered and
pargetted facades along the streets and the
13th century priory.
The town has 30 acres of landscaped parkland
fronting the river Stour, with a visitor centre
housed in a former railway station and a
romantic, crumbling Norman castle.
Guided walks are available during the
summer.
For further information on Clare,
contact the Tourist Information
Centre. Tel: 01284 764667
VISIT - Church of St Peter and St Paul
- Ancient House museum
- Clare Castle Country Park
ENJOY - Walks along the River Stour
- Browsing the antique shops
and art galleries
- A traditional afternoon
cream tea
- Guided tours
Highlights
1. Aerial view of Clare showing
the Parish Church of St Peter
and St Paul
2 & 3. Traditional cottages in
Clare Village
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Fire destroyed many of Haverhill’s older
buildings in 1665, although Anne of Cleves’
House, once part of the dower of the Queen’s
Consort of England, has been renovated.
Haverhill is interesting for its Victorian
architecture, and there is a local history centre
at the Arts Centre on the High Street. The Arts
Centre also offers drama, music, comedy and
visual arts throughout the year.
East Town Park, situated on the edge of the
town, is popular for walks while there is also
a children’s play area. With way-marked trails
and a visitor centre it offers a great day out for
all the family.
New for this year is the opening of the
Museum of Computing Science - a museum
dedicated to the history of computers.
For further details on Haverhill
contact the Tourist Information
Centre. Tel: 01284 764667
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VISIT - Arts Centre
- NEW Museum of
Computing Science
- East Town Park
ENJOY - Railway walk (3 miles) through
Haverhill Nature Reserve
- Exploring the meadows in
East Town Park
Highlights
1. East Town Park
2. Anne of Cleves House
3. St Mary's Church
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A unique High Street
With its mix of familiar high-street names and
independent shops, Newmarket has plenty to
attract the shopping enthusiast. At the top of the
High Street take a moment to admire the Clock
Tower, built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s
Diamond Jubilee in 1887.
Throughout the year, Newmarket hosts a
number of spectacular events that take place
throughout the town and surrounding area.
Rowley Mile Racecourse provides a great
venue with the Two Counties Motor Show and
Newmarket Carnival taking place here annually.
Other popular events include heritage open day,
arts and crafts shows, and village fetes in some
of the prettiest Suffolk villages. One of the most
unusual events being snail racing in the aptly
named village of Snailwell.
Space to breathe
Newmarket has an enviable location, with its
mix of natural landscapes, chalk downlands,
rich agricultural fenlands and sandy
brecklands, escape from town to country in
just a few minutes for walks, bike rides and
bird watching.
The home of British Horseracing, Newmarket is a
wonderful place for a weekend or short break in
beautiful West Suffolk.
Walk in the steps of Kings and Queens who
have been visiting Newmarket since the early
17th Century bringing with them their passion
for horseracing. King James I and later King
Charles II were integral in establishing the
towns now world-famous horseracing industry.
Today, Newmarket is home to two magnifcent
racecourses that attract race goers from all over
the world. One of the very frst British races,
the Town Plate, took place in Newmarket in
the 1600s and was won by King Charles II. This
event, along with many others, take place at
the world-class Rowley Mile Racecourse and
the July Course including:
May – Stan James 2000 Guineas •
July – Newmarket July Festival featuring •
Lanson Ladies Day
June & August – Newmarket Nights, Friday •
night racing and live concerts with some of
the biggest musical names
For horseracing enthusiasts there is much
to see. Over 2,500 racehorses train on
the gallops each morning from Monday to
Saturday, starting as early as sunrise. Delve
into the fascinating history surrounding the
sport at the National Horseracing Museum
or, if you are part of a larger group, join the
Newmarket Experience for a fascinating
guided tour.
Make sure you don't miss a thing by starting
off at the Tourist Information Centre which is
set in the grand surroundings of the former
Palace of King Charles II. The ground foor
is now home to a small shop with carefully
selected gifts and souvenirs along with
an extensive range of literature including
local guide books, maps, walks and cycle
routes, whilst the rest of the Palace is
available for hire for conferences, weddings
and exhibitions. There is also an extensive
selection of guide books on the rest of the
country too!
Welcome to the Unique
Town of Newmarket
1. Day Out at the Races
2. Newmarket
3. Foal at Newmarket stud
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Visit National Horseracing
Museum – Newmarket
As you venture out from your
accommodation, you'll see one of
Newmarket's best shows 100's of racehorses
parading the town using the network of
special horse walks and unique horse traffc
lights. The best time to see the magnifcent
animals is between 7am and 10am.
Discover how Newmarket became the home of
British Horseracing with a visit to the National
Horseracing Museum in the heart of the
town. Take an expert-led tour and browse the
museum packed with fascinating artefacts.
At the end of the day, head into town for a
delicious meal and maybe sample some of the
Queens favourite 'Newmarket Sausages'.
Visit National Stud, Newmarket
Set in 500 acres of tree lined paddocks it is
home to top class thoroughbreds. Twice daily
tours at 11.15 and 2pm last 75 minutes, are
taken by coach and on foot which provide a
unique opportunity to see stallions, mares
and foals who reside there. Don't forget to
visit the great coffee and gift shop and stop to
see the miniature Shetland ponies.
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Newmarket - Mildenhall Newmarket - Brandon
‘A small, pretty medieval market town’
Mildenhall is an attractive market town with
a history dating back to the Doomsday Book
of 1086. It is surrounded by the beautiful
River Lark, just on the edge of the fens and is
an ideal place to stay to visit nearby historic
towns, such as Ely with its famous cathedral,
and Bury St Edmunds.
Mildenhall boasts fne timber framed buildings
and traditional English pubs. The town centres
on the Market Place with its 16th century
hexagonal distinctive Market Cross, used for
hanging criminals years ago. Established by
Royal Charter in 1412, a local market is held here
every Friday.
Visitors to Mildenhall can enjoy some wonderful
walks including a short one-mile walk to Barton
Mills, or for the more energetic the Lark Valley
Walk stretches 10 miles along the River Lark to
Bury St Edmunds.
In 1931, Mildenhall was selected to be the home
of the frst of the RAFs new style bomber bases
and during the Second World War, Mildenhall
was an important bomber base.
Since 1950 it has been home to the United
States Air Force and for aviation enthusiasts,
occasional low fying aircraft can be spotted in
the area.
VISIT - St Mary’s Parish Church,
considered to be one of the
fnest in West Suffolk
- Mildenhall Museum
SEE - Greyhound racing at Mildenhall
Stadium (bi-weekly Tuesdays
& Fridays, 7.30pm)
- Stockcar racing at Mildenhall
Stadium (every other Saturday,
Motocross held every Sunday, 10am)
ANNUAL - Cycling Rally every August Bank
Holiday with hundreds of events
and trade stands. One of the
biggest rallies of its kind in
the country
ENJOY - Fishing along the River Lark
- Golf at Worlington and Kenny Hill
- Karting at Red Lodge
- Off-road driving at Wildtracks
Highlights
‘Brandon, a market town, steeped in
history, is well worth a visit’
Start off at the Heritage Centre where you’ll
uncover a wealth of information and artefacts
relating to Brandon’s history from Neolithic
times to its more recent involvement with
fint-knapping and the rabbit fur trade
(open seasonally).
For beautiful riverside walks, the Little Ouse
River is the perfect spot. The Little Ouse Path
is an easy walk along the tranquil river and
through woodland full of wildlife. For the more
adventurous, rowing boats are available to hire.
Brandon County Park, at the heart of the
Brecks, is a stunning 32-acre park with
miles of walking and cycling trails along with
picnic sites. The Visitor Centre is packed with
useful information plus a shop, tearoom and
interpretation boards.
Walks starting from the Park take the visitor
into the surrounding Thetford Forest, where
there is every chance of seeing a muntjac deer
or doing some bird watching.
Hotel and bed and breakfast accommodation
is available in the town along with friendly
local pubs and great restaurants catering for
most peoples tastes (and thirsts!) making
for a truly enjoyable visit to Brandon.

VISIT - Brandon Heritage Centre
- Weekly Markets (Thurs & Sat)
- Brandon Brewery
SEE - Deer and rare birds at
Thetford Forest
ENJOY - Walking in The Brecks
- Easy cycle routes around
Brandon Country Park
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One of England’s most famous
and charming university cities,
Cambridge is just a short journey
from West Suffolk.
The buzzing atmosphere of Cambridge along
with its beautiful historic buildings, punting
on the river, the world-famous King’s College
Chapel and hundreds of students on bicycles
certainly won’t disappoint. A great way to
explore the city is with a qualifed Blue or
Green Badge Guide. With their knowledge
and enthusiasm, you will soon learn much
about how this historic city has evolved over
the centuries.
There are so many wonderful things to enjoy
in Cambridge. Go punting on the River Cam,
take tea at the Orchard where the famous
poet Byron spent many an afternoon or take
in a show at the Cambridge Arts Theatre or
the Corn Exchange.
There are also museums and galleries, plus
gorgeous open spaces and parks where you
can relax and enjoy a picnic, watching the
world go by.
Keen gardeners and horticulturalists
alike will love the college gardens and be
delighted by the Cambridge University
Botanic Garden. You will certainly need
several visits to appreciate its beauty at
any time of the year. The great outdoors is
also home to the internationally renowned
Cambridge Folk Festival, Pop in the Park and
many Shakespeare plays that are performed
within the college grounds plus many other
exciting events that take place in Cambridge
annually.
For shoppers, there is plenty to delight. Lose
yourself in the many book shops, or enjoy
a little retail therapy in the wide and varied
selection of shops on the winding, cobbled
streets and in the three shopping centres.
Come and explore...
Planning your visit
12 Days Out
20 West Suffolk Places to Eat
22 Top Tips for a Green Visit
24 Attractions
With excellent road and rail
links, it’s easy to explore
the surrounding towns,
cities and picture postcard
villages nearby.
Visit one of England’s most famous university
cities, Cambridge and enjoy a walking tour
round many of the city’s best attractions
including King’s College Chapel. Hop on the
train to Ely and see the incredible cathedral
known as the ‘Ship of the Fens’, visible from
the moment you arrive or for a change of pace,
visit Lavenham and step back in time. Find out
more in our guide in the following pages.
Historic Cambridge
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1. Punts on the River Cam 2. King's College
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Medieval Lavenham Visit Ely
South Suffolk has a fantastic range of places
to see and visit. Whatever your passion from
sightseeing to sailing, antiques to walking
there is much to be enjoyed and in the
beautiful countryside that has inspired great
artists such as Thomas Gainsborough and
John Constable.
Around 600 years ago, the cloth industry was
thriving with those living and working in Suffolk
accumulating signifcant fortunes. Today this
is evident through the number of magnifcent
buildings that were built by the wealthy cloth
merchants. A town that was at the heart of
the wool industry was Lavenham and during
the reign of Henry VIII it was ranked as the
fourteenth wealthiest town in England.
Lavenham is a magical place to visit.
The appearance of the town has changed
little over the years: half-timbered houses
lean crazily over the narrow streets. The
Guildhall, built in 1529, is perhaps the town’s
most prominent feature, standing in the
market place and surrounded almost entirely
by timber-framed buildings.
Lavenham has been described as “the fnest
medieval town in England” and it has no
fewer than 300 of its buildings listed as
being of architectural or historic interest. This
includes the Church of St Peter and St Paul,
which is among the fnest in East Anglia – a
magnifcent church with a tower of 141 feet.
Lavenham is a joy to explore. Much
recommended is a walk along the disused
railway line, followed by a wander through
the gift and antiques shops and a cream tea,
lunch or dinner in one of the many fabulous
tea rooms, pubs and restaurants. Guided
walks take place between April and October
and the village will be part of the South &
Heart of Suffolk Walking Festival which takes
place in May.
Lavenham Tourist
Information Centre
Tel: 01787 248207
www.southandheartofsuffolk.gov.uk
Tudor House at Lavenham
This small city is full of history,
charm and beauty. Without a doubt,
Ely’s most popular attraction is its
magnifcent cathedral, rising
majestically into wide-open skies
and towering over the fens.
Known locally as the ‘Ship of the Fens’ it is
famous for its unique Octagon tower, which
when lit, can be seen for miles.
In recent times the cathedral has twice been
transformed into a flm set for Elizabeth’s I
sequel ‘The Golden Age’ starring Cate Blanchett
and Henry’s VIII ‘The Other Boleyn Girl’. Along
with a visit by David Dimbleby’s 'How We Built
Britain', the staff at Ely Cathedral have become
accustomed to rubbing shoulders with the rich
and famous.
Visit the Stained Glass Museum, housed
in the South Triforium of Ely Cathedral, the
only museum dedicated to stained glass in
the country or step into the home of Oliver
Cromwell, one of Ely’s best-known historical
fgures.
Follow the city’s heritage public art eel trail
and explore on foot. This circular walk takes
you past the oldest parts of Ely and down to
the beautiful riverside area. Ely’s Waterside
is a hot spot for visitors wishing to relax
and browse the three storey Waterside
Antique Centre.
Don’t forget to stop off at one of the
traditional tearooms or restaurants, many
set in beautiful architecture and stunning
gardens. Take the opportunity to visit the
many gift shops, craft shops, antique shops,
art galleries or markets.
Ely Cathedral
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1. Oliver Cromwell Battle
2. River Ouse, Ely
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Past and present
Places to visit:
West Stow Anglo Saxon Village •
Bury Leisure Centre - Bury St Edmunds •
Inspire curious young minds with a visit to
the West Stow Anglo-Saxon village where
history comes alive. A working museum,
visitors can go inside the houses, talk to
the villagers, and experience the smells and
tastes of the ancient settlement.
In the afternoon, dive back into the present at
one of the leisure centres. Bury Leisure Centre
has many activities available along with four
swimming pools. After all that exploration and
exercise you’re sure to have worked up an
appetite so visit the beautiful town of
Bury St Edmunds where you’ll fnd many great
places to eat including well-known restaurant
names and family-friendly pubs.
A heritage
discovery tour
Places to visit:
Clare •
Ancient House Museum •
Ickworth House, Park & Gardens •
If you’re passionate about history and
heritage then venture into the rolling
countryside to Clare, Suffolk’s smallest
town with a deeply fascinating history and
timeless beauty. A walking tour of the town
will reveal a 13th century Priory, a great
Gothic Wool Church, Clare Castle Country
Park and Ancient House Museum.
After lunch, visit one of the many well-
presented National Trust properties such
as Ickworth House, Park & Gardens, a
magnifcent Georgian Palace surrounded by
an idyllic English landscape.
Whether you’re holidaying with family, a group of friends
or a special someone we’ve come up with a whole host
of suggested days out .
Each itinerary has a theme, so just
decide what you want to do –
whether you’re after family fun,
historic discoveries or outdoor
activities – then follow our guides
to discover some of the very best
West Suffolk has to offer.
Action packed!
Places to visit:
The Brecks •
Go Ape •
Newmarket Races •
Start off your day in The Brecks, one of the
most varied landscapes in the UK, where you’ll
fnd walks, cycling trails and nature reserves
to explore. For energetic children (and adults)
visit Go Ape, an award-winning high wire forest
adventure course of rope bridges, tarzan swings
and zip slides... all set high up in the trees.
For even more excitement, take the short drive
from The Brecks to Newmarket Rowley Mile
Racecourse for a family-friendly afternoon
of horseracing. Special events are held
throughout the year for families so everyone
can experience the thrill and fun of the races.
Make sure you
don’t miss a thing!
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Why not make up your own great day out.
More great places to visit include…
Ancient working woodlands, •
Bradfeld Woods
Butterfy meadow at Hardwick Heath •
Nowton Park with its puzzling maze, •
arboretum and totem pole
High Lodge Visitor Centre for •
outdoor action
Neolithic fint mines at Grimes Grave •
Brandon Country Park with its rich and •
abundance of wildlife
Millers Trail •
Wicken Fen •
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Walk in the footsteps
of great artists
Places to visit:
Crooked House Gallery – Lavenham •
Gainsborough House •
The Suffolk landscape has long been an
inspiration to artists, writers and musicians,
and there are many wonderful places to see
great art, old and new. Step back in time in
Lavenham, the frst stop on your tour, with
its fne collection of medieval and Tudor
architecture including the 13th century Crooked
House Gallery with its delightful range of
ceramics, paintings, textiles and more.
From here take the picturesque drive through
the countryside that inspired one of Britain’s
greatest artist’s, Thomas Gainsborough, to
Sudbury where you can visit Gainsborough’s
House with its outstanding collection of the
artist’s work, with 18th century furniture and
memorabilia.
Discover natural
West Suffolk
Places to visit:
Barton Mills Riverside Reserve - Mildenhall •
Lackford •
RSPB reserve - Lakenheath Fen •
The unique habitats in West Suffolk provide
a haven for numerous bird and animal
species. Start your day with a beautiful walk
at Barton Mills Riverside Reserve through six
different habitats including woodland and
pine forest. The walk ends at Mildenhall, a
lovely stop for morning coffee or lunch.
For birdwatchers, a visit to Lackford Lakes
is sure to please. A beautiful reserve of reed
beds, meadows and woodland is home to
many species including tufted duck, shoveler
and goosander.
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Food
Local and organic
A rich agricultural region, West Suffolk is
home to many talented people who grow
and produce fantastic foods, locally and
organically. Visit the colourful market in Bury
St Edmunds, popular with locals, as well as
one of the bustling farmers markets where
you can taste, try and buy everything from
honey to wine, ice cream to home-made
breads, all grown and produced just a few
miles away.
A warm welcome
From cosy cafés to modern restaurants,
charming tearooms to traditional pubs, there
is a great selection of places to eat in and
around West Suffolk. Many take advantage
of the wonderful foods available and create
delicious dishes from seasonal ingredients,
produced and sourced locally.
Specialities
Newmarket sausages and breweries in Bury
St Edmunds… While we’re proud of the many
great foods available, sausages and ales are
two particular specialities.
Newmarket is home to two award-winning
sausage producers, Musk’s and Powter’s,
whose reputations are world famous, even
amongst the Royal family. And if you’re
sampling these in one of the local restaurants
then a Greene King ale is the perfect
accompaniment. The UK’s largest British-
owned brewery is located in the market town
and there is also a visitor centre where you
can see how it’s made.
A celebration
of food
Try for yourself
Treat your tastebuds to some West Suffolk
delights at one the many events taking place
throughout the year:
09 May 2010
South Suffolk Show, near Bury St Edmunds
www.southsuffolkshow.co.uk
02-03 June 2010
Suffolk Show
www.suffolkshow.co.uk
26-28 November 2010
Christmas Fayre, Bury St Edmunds
www.burystedmundschristmasfayre.co.uk
Market opening dates and times
Location Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun
Brandon - - - 4 - 4 -
Bury St Edmunds - - 4 - - 4 -
Ely* - - - 4 - 4 -
Ely Farmers Market - - - - - 4 -
Haverhill - - - - 4 4 -
Littleport - 4 - - - - -
Mildenhall - - - - 4 - -
Newmarket - 4 - - - 4 -
Wyken Hall Farmers Market - - - - - 4 -
*2nd and 4th Saturday in each month
Bury St Edmunds - street market
Bury St Edmunds
The Old Cannon Brewery
Bury’s unique micro brewery and brasserie. Eat surrounded by the
spectacular stainless steel brewing vessels or beside a warm and
cosy fre. Real ales brewed on site complement the fresh and local
produce cooked to order. Summer beer garden. Sunday Roast.
Lunch daily 12-2pm (Mondays bar snacks only)
Dinner 6-9.15pm Tuesday to Saturday
(Sunday & Monday evenings, kitchen closed)
Finalist 'Best Food Pub' Suffolk Food & Drink Awards 2009
The Old Cannon Brewery,
86 Cannon Street, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1JR
T: 01284 768769 E: eat@oldcannonbrewery.co.uk
W & virtual tour: www.oldcannonbrewery.co.uk
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1. Can you car-less when you visit?
When getting out and about, try using the
bus – you’ll be able to enjoy the views much
more that way. There is a regular train service
between Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket
and other towns in the area, along with bus
routes and specialist car-free schemes.
2. Go local, it’s miles better!
It’s all about local distinctiveness.
Experiencing local food and drink in a local
restaurant or pub really does add something
special to your visit. You won’t be far from
a farmers’ market or farm shop either.
Remember to look out for those taking
part in the Suffolk Breakfast Initiative too,
which recognises the
county’s great food
and farming heritage.
3. Become a Destination Detective
Exploring locally can be great fun, so why
not consider walking or cycling – it’s good
for you and the environment. Take a trip to
the Tourist Information Centre for some great
ideas on what to do.
4. Re-use and recycle
We take our recycling pretty seriously in
Suffolk, so it would be great if you can help
us by doing your bit where possible. By
placing litter in bins or taking it home to
recycle makes the area more pleasurable for
others.
5. Small actions, big changes
From just remembering to turn off the lights
in your hotel to turning the tap off when you
brush your teeth, small changes can make a
huge difference. You probably already do lots
of these energy saving things at home, so
just bring your good habits on holiday too.
St. Mary's Parish Church stands off the High Street, Mildenhall and is
regarded by many as one of the most beautiful in Suffolk. The sheer size
of the building, 168 feet long by 65 feet wide, is an indication of the wealth
of the area in medieval times when the wool trade made Suffolk the
industrial centre of England. The church was rebuilt in the 15th century yet
retains many original features dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries
including its angel roof, wide aisles, woodcarvings and ornate east window.
The spectacular ceiling has exquisitely carved angels and the 112 feet tall
square tower provides the opportunity to view the surrounding countryside
including the River Lark and its riverside walks.
St Mary's Church is now open during the day and the public are welcome to
visit. If the church is closed a key is available from Stebbings Shoe Shop on
the High Street or for help telephone the vicarage on 01638 711930.
Further information and an Offcial Guide of St Mary's Church can be
obtained through Mildenhall TIC based at Mildenhall Bus Station,
T: 01638 581091.
St. Mary's Parish Church
Uniquely situated in the heart of the Brecks and on the doorstep of
Thetford Forest, Brandon is an attractive, traditional Country Park covering
32 acres. It offers well marked walks, cycle and easy access trails and play
equipment (including wheelchair swing). Historical interest is provided
by mausoleum, lake and attractive fint walled garden. Informative
interpretation boards on site and in the Visitor’s Centre, open daily, which
houses gift shop, tea room and tourist information point. A full calendar of
children’s events, nightjar and fungi walks. Picnic facilities. Entrance and
car parking free.
Open Dawn to dusk 7 days a week. Visitor Centre open including toilets:
1st Mar – 31st Oct, Mon-Fri 10am - 5pm, Sat and Sun, 10am - 5.30pm.
1st Nov – 28th Feb, daily 10am - 4pm. Call for Xmas opening.
On the B1106, one mile south of Brandon.
Brandon Country Park, Visitor Centre, Bury Road, Brandon IP27 0SU
T: 01842 810185 F: 01842 810185
E: wendy.baker@et.suffolkcc.gov.uk W: www.suffolkcc.gov.uk
Brandon Country Park
Housing a wonderful display including replicas of the Mildenhall
Treasure, recently voted amongst Britain’s “Top Ten Treasures”.
The museum also exhibits a fascinating collection of local
memorabilia, including archaeological fnds, dairy equipment
and tools indigenous to the fen landscape. Mildenhall, home to
a great deal of aviation history.
Open Dawn to dusk 7 days a week. Visitor Centre open including
toilets: 1st Mar – 31st Oct, Mon-Fri 10am - 5pm, Sat and Sun,
10am - 5.30pm. 1st Nov – 28th Feb, daily 10am - 4pm.
Call for Xmas opening. On the B1106, one mile south of Brandon.
Mildenhall Museum, King Street, Mildenhall IP28 7EX
T: 01638 716970
Free entry. Open from Easter to December. Please contact the
museum for opening times.
Mildenhall Museum
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West Suffolk
Horseracing in Newmarket, biking in The Brecks, ale
tasting in Bury St Edmunds … you’ll fnd there are
many fantastic things to do in West Suffolk - just
browse our comprehensive attraction pages to fnd
some inspiring ideas.
Great days…
You’ll never be far from a great place to visit.
Stately homes, ancient ruins and outstanding
country parks are all within easy reach. With
all this variety, there is something for everyone
whatever your passion.
… and ‘green’ days
Spend a day in one of our parks, enjoy the
outdoors and get active walking, biking,
exploring a nature trail and birdwatching.
Why not make your whole day a ‘green’ day?
Find out about alternative travel options so
you can leave the car behind and help us
protect our beautiful countryside for future
generations. Our best parks include Brandon
Country Park and High Lodge Forest Centre.
A shopping experience
to remember
Luxurious boutiques, quaint gift shops,
tempting chocolate shops …experience
delightful shopping in West Suffolk. For more
unusual gifts and buys, visit one of the events
that take place throughout the year such as
the Christmas Fayre in Bury St Edmunds with
over 150 stalls and a continental market.
Bags of entertainment
For drama, thrills, comedy and more, there are
many places to fnd great entertainment. Take in
a show in the beautiful Theatre Royal, or enjoy a
concert in the wonderful setting of
St Edmundsbury Cathedral in Bury St Edmunds.
Discover local history at Moyse’s Hall Museum
or visit the Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery where
you can fnd great work and fresh ideas by
artists and designers from Britain and abroad.
For thrills and excitement then a visit to
Newmarket Racecourse is an absolute must
– look out for Newmarket Nights, a great
combination of racing and live music in the
evening.
Discover more with
a guided tour
Guided tours are the perfect way to discover
more about your destination. Jump into the
fascinating world of horseracing at
The National Stud in Newmarket or learn the
secrets, scandals and stories of
Bury St Edmunds on the ‘Live the Legend’
tour. There are many more to choose from
and full details are available from any Tourist
Information Centre.
Make the most of
West Suffolk
have fun
KEEPING ACTIVE!
Newmarket leisure
Mildenhall leisure
Mildenhall swimming
Brandon leisure
www.angcomleisure.com
01638 782500
01638 717737
01638 712515
01842 813748
angliacommunityleisure
Working in partnership with FOREST HEATH DISTRICT COUNCIL
If you are visiting
West Suffolk on
business or pleasure
why not make use of
our leisure facilities?
‘Day passes’ available
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Serious. Fun.
Newmarket is the historic Home of Horseracing offering
a treasure trove of sights and sounds for the racing
enthusiast. Quite simply anyone with even just a passing
interest in the “Sport of Kings” should visit Newmarket
Racecourses at least once in their lifetime.
Highlights for 2010 include the stanjames.com Guineas
Festival, our famous Newmarket Nights concerts, the
Newmarket July Festival, fun-filled Summer Saturdays and
the epic Champion’s Day. For a full fixtures
list please see our website.
Come and experience The Home of Racing.
NEW FOR 2010 UP TO 50% DISCOUNT FOR GROUPS
Visit www.newmarketracecourses.co.uk or call
0844 5793 010
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BURY ST EDMUNDS art gallery
contemporary art exhibitions & craft shop
Admission Free
Tuesdays-Saturdays 10.30 -5.00
The Market Cross, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1BT
01284 762 081: www.burystedmundsartgallery.org
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tel: 01638663464
email: tours@nationalstud.co.uk
www.nationalstud.co.uk
A visit to The National Stud offers a fascinating insight to the
world of Thoroughbred horse breeding.
� Tours daily from 15th February -
30th September at 11.15am
and 2pm
� 1st October - 31st October
at 11.15am only
� ‘Newmarket Nights Tour’
Pre-book a tour of the stud,
high tea at Wavertree's Coffee
Shop restaurant, followed by a
behind the scenes tour of the
July racecourse and enjoy a
live band or artiste after racing
� Personal Private Tours
are available by prior
arrangement
� Large parties welcome at
all times. Bookings by prior
arrangement
� Wavertree's Coffee and
Gift Shop is open daily
from 9am
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St Edmundsbury
Cathedral
See history in the making at Suffolk’s Cathedral with its
new gothic style lantern tower, completed in 2005 and
embellished with a oak, gilded vault in 2009.
Open daily from 8.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. All welcome to visit,
pray or join worship.
Free admission, donations welcome.
Guided tours available.
Visit the Refectory, the Cathedral’s café/restaurant, for
Fairtrade tea/coffee, delicious cakes and scones or a
traditional English lunch.
Open Monday to Saturday 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
(3.30 p.m. in winter)
Don’t miss the Cathedral Shop for gifts, postcards, CDs,
books and greetings cards.
Open Monday to Saturday 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
T: 01284 748720
E: visitor.offcer@stedscathedral.org
W: www.stedscathedral.co.uk
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Aldeburgh
152 High St IP15 5AQ
01728 453637
atic@suffolkcoastal.gov.uk
Beccles
The Quay
Fen Lane NR34 9BH
01502 713196
becclesinfo@broads-
authority.gov.uk
Brandon
Brandon Country Park
Visitors Centre
01842 814955
Bury St Edmunds
6 Angel Hill IP33 1UZ
01284 764667
tic@stedsbc.gov.uk
Felixstowe
91 Undercliff Road West
IP11 2AF
01394 276770
ftic@suffolkcoastal.gov.uk
Flatford
Flatford Lane CO7 6UL
01206 299460
flatfordvic@babergh.gov.uk
Ipswich
St.Stephen’s Lane IP1 1DP
01473 258070
tourist@ipswich.gov.uk
Lavenham
Lady Street CO10 9RA
01787 248207
lavenhamtic@babergh.gov.uk
Lowestoft
East Point Pavillion
Royal Plain NR33 0AP
01502 533600
touristinfo@waveney.gov.uk
Mildenhall
Bus Station
King St IP28 7EX
01638 581091
Newmarket
Palace House
Palace St CB8 8EP
01638 667200
tic.newmarket@forest-
heath.gov.uk
Southwold
69 High St IP18 6EF
01502 724729
southwold.tic@waveney.gov.uk
Stowmarket
Museum of East Anglian
Life IP14 1DL
01449 676800
tic@midsuffolk.gov.uk
Sudbury
TownHall
Market Hill CO101TL
01787881320
sudburytic@babergh.gov.uk
Woodbridge
StationBuildingsIP124AJ
01394382240
wtic@suffolkcoastal.gov.uk
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Information for visitors with special requirements
All accommodation listings throughout this guide give
details of the facilities that they offer for visitors with
disabilities. We would still advise that you check with
each establishment before starting your trip. Look out
for the following symbols.
Shopmobility is the way to get about if you
have any diffculty in walking. By hiring one of
Shopmobility’s vehicles or a wheelchair, you
can make your stay more enjoyable, by being
independent and free to travel around the
town at your will. Wheelchairs can be hired
out overnight if required.
Shopmobility schemes:
Bury St Edmunds Shopmobility Scheme
Tourist Information Centre
6 Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1UZ
01284 757175
tic@stedsbc.gov.uk
Haverhill Shopmobility Scheme
Lower Downs Slade, Haverhill CB9 9HB
01440 702847
Lyn.burgess@et.suffolkcc.gov.uk
Accessible toilets can be found in:
Newmarket
High Street – radar key required
Guineas Shopping Centre
Brandon
Bury Road
Brandon Country Park
Mildenhall
Recreation Way
Bury St Edmunds
Angel Hill
Ram Meadow – radar key required
Bus Station
The Arc Shopping Centre
Lakenheath
Wings Road
Haverhill
Jubilee Walk
Recreation Ground
Clare
Country Park – radar key required
Radar keys are available to purchase from
Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket Tourist
Information Centre, Brandon Tourist
Information Point and Haverhill Shopmobility
Service.
Access for everyone
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Ground Floor Bedrooms
Q Disabled Access
Mobility Level 2
Typically suitable for a person with restricted walking ability and for
those who may need to use a wheelchair some of the time and can
negotiate a maximum of three steps.
Ask the expert
Enjoy
England
Special knowledge of
special places
England has many wonderful destinations for an
unforgettable break away. To fnd out everything
you need to know, from the best accommodation
to magical places to visit, how to book, to specialist
information ask an England expert. It’s easy too
– just pop in, call or go online to your nearest Tourist
Information provider and they’ll be delighted to help
you make the most of your next short break or
holiday in England.
For information in England visit:
enjoyEngland.com/information
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How to Book
Please contact the establishment of your
choice, stating the dates you require,
the number of rooms and any dietary
requirements you may have.
Serviced Accommodation
Unless otherwise stated, prices quoted are per
person based upon two adults sharing a twin
or double room, including VAT. If booking a
single room you are advised to check with the
establishment of your choice to see if a single
room supplement is payable.
Self-catering Establishments
Prices quoted are normally per unit based
upon the maximum number of persons in the
accommodation.
Touring, Camping and Caravan Sites
Prices are normally quoted per pitch or unit;
however, you should confrm this with the
establishment of your choice.
Reductions for Children
Please check with the individual establishments
for family room and children’s rates.
Cancelling a Booking
When you accept accommodation, you may be
entering into a legally binding contract with the
proprietor of the establishment. This means
that if you cancel a reservation, fail to take up
the accommodation or leave prematurely, the
proprietor may be entitled to compensation if
the accommodation cannot be re-let for all or
a major part of the booked period. If a deposit
has been paid it is likely to be forfeited and an
additional payment may be demanded.
In the case of serviced accommodation, this
is usually two-thirds of the contract price, one
third being deducted for food not consumed
and services not rendered.
Ratings you can Trust
When you are looking for a place to stay
you need a rating system you can trust.
The Visit Britain (VB) and AA ratings
are your clear guide to what to expect, in
an easy-to-understand form. Properties
are visited annually by trained, impartial
assessors, so you can have confdence that
your accommodation has been thoroughly
checked and rated for quality before you
make a booking.
Hotels and Self Catering ★
Based on the internationally recognised rating
of one to fve stars, the new system puts
greater emphasis on quality and is based on
consumer research. Ratings are awarded from
one to fve stars - the more stars, the higher
the quality and the greater range of facilities
and level of services provided.
Gold and Silver Awards
In addition, look out for
The Visit Britain new gold and
silver high quality awards for
hotel and guest accommodation.
AA Yellow Stars AA ★★★★★
Yellow stars indicate that an accommodation
is in the top ten percent of its Star rating.
Yellow stars only apply to 3, 4 or 5 star AA
establishments.
AA Rosette Awards AA ÐÐ
The AA awards Rosettes to some 2,000
restaurants as the best in the UK.
How to book
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DVD DVD Player
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ÿ Ground foor bedrooms
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° Central heating
™ Special diets catered for
® Licensed bar
^ Licensed restaurant
ñ Ironing facilities
` Washing facilities available
ê Electric cooking
“ Gas/electricity extra
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u Tennis court
ı Secure location for bicycles
Ô Off road parking
3+â Special holiday package of
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Christmas & New Year
Q Disabled Access
WiFi Wireless Fidelity
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Caravan & Camping Sites
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è Electric shaver points
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to touring pitches
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Accommodation in Bury St Edmunds
Hotels Bury St Edmunds
Whether visiting for a short break
or holiday, there is a fantastic
range of hotels in Bury St Edmunds
within walking distance of the
town and its wonderful attractions.
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Serviced accommodation - Bury St Edmunds area

Self catering accommodation - Town

Self catering accommodation - Bury St Edmunds area

For full accommodation locations please see the large fold out map.
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and value for money; without compromising on quality.
Non residents are welcome to enjoy our good food and hospitality
in our 2 AA rosette restaurant. We are a favourite for Sunday
Lunch and family celebrations. Licensed for civil weddings and civil
partnerships offering an intimate setting for your special day.
Free parking. WiFi hotspot.
Single rooms from £69.95 pp per night, Double £76.95 pp per
night, including breakfast. All rooms en-suite.
Bury St Edmunds
Best Western Priory Hotel AA ÐÐ★★★
Best Western Priory Hotel & Garden Restaurant, Mildenhall Road,
Bury St. Edmunds, IP32 6EH
T: 01284 766181 F: 01284 767604
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When staying at The Angel you are staying where it matters, opposite
the magnifcent Cathedral and award winning Abbey Gardens.
Steeped in history, the quintessentially English hotel, offers 4 star
service and comfort including, luxury accommodation, air conditioning
and ground foor bedrooms. Dine in the vibrant Eaterie, with its unique
Euro cave wine cellar and enjoy sumptuous 2 AA rosette food.
Double/Twin from £100 per night. Suites from £160 per night.
Bury St Edmunds
Angel Hotel AA ÐÐ★★★★
Angel Hotel, Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1LT
T: 01284 714000 F: 01284 714001
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Clarice House offers a haven of peace and tranquillity to all. This
beautiful Jacobean-style mansion has been sensitively renovated
and is set in 20 acres of wonderful parkland and ancient woodland.
The Comfortable Award winning restaurant offers carefully prepared,
quality food and guests can enjoy the use of the spa facilities
including 20m indoor pool.
1 single; 12 double en-suite rooms.
Single B&B from £50 pp per night. Double B&B from £70 pp per night.
Bury St Edmunds
Clarice House AA ★★★★★Ð
Kirsty Allan, Clarice House, Horringer Court, Horringer Road, Bury
St Edmunds, IP29 5PH
T: 01284 705550 F: 01284 716120
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Georgian town house hotel in the heart of the medieval conservation
area. Private parking. Beautifully presented en-suite rooms with
digital tv and free WiFi. Two minutes walk from the Cathedral, theatre
and restaurants.
14 en-suite rooms.
Double from £49.50 pp per night
(£99.00 per room inc breakfasts).
Bury St Edmunds
Chantry AA★★★★
Mr N Jackson, Chantry Hotel, 8/9 Sparhawk Street,
Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1RY
T: 01284 767427 F: 01284 760946
E: chantryhotel1@aol.com W: www.chantryhotel.com
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Interesting Town Centre house with comfortable beds, gleaming
bathrooms, lovely furniture, attractive paintings, delicious breakfast,
digital fat screen televisions with DVD, Cd player and free WiFi
internet connection in all rooms. Large walled garden and off street
parking. Home from home; do come!
4 doubles; 1 twin From £62.50 pp per night.
Single occupancy from £85 per night.
Price includes full English breakfast.
Bury St Edmunds
Ounce House VB ★★★★★
Simon & Jenny Pott, Ounce House, Northgate Street,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 1HP
T: 01284 761779 F: 01284 768315
E: enquiries@ouncehouse.co.uk W: www.ouncehouse.co.uk
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The Regency House is a handsome grade II listed building situated
in the heart of Bury St Edmunds. Its large secluded grounds have
ample parking for guests and is within a 1 minute walk of the town
centre and Abbey Gardens.
9 double; 4 twin; 6 single.
Double/twin from £39 pp per night.
Single from £51 pp per night, includes breakfast.
Bury St Edmunds
Regency House VB★★★★
H. J. Wagstaff, Regency House Hotel, 3 Looms Lane,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 1HE
T: 01284 764676 F: 01284 725444
W: www.regencyhousehotel.co.uk
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Within the historic core and easy walking distance to Cathedral
and town centre, this mostly Tudor, part Medieval hotel combines
unique accommodation with modern facilities. Digital widescreen
televisions, CD/DVD players and WiFi internet connection
throughout. Facilities and off-street parking are private to residents.
12 rooms, all en-suite.
Double/Twin from £44 pp per night.
Single Occupancy from £68 per room.
Prices include individually cooked breakfast.
Bury St Edmunds
The Abbey AA★★★
Arthur & Carole Cannell, The Abbey Hotel, 35 Southgate Street,
Bury St Edmunds, IP33 2AZ
T: 01284 762020 F: 01284 330279
E: reception@abbeyhotel.co.uk W: www.abbeyhotel.co.uk
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B&Bs and Guest Houses
Bury St Edmunds
For home from home comfort,
bed and breakfasts are second to
none with delicious home-cooked
Suffolk breakfasts and cosy
bedrooms.
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Bury St Edmunds
Hamilton House AA ★★★
A centrally located elegant
Edwardian Villa offering
comfortable accommodation
with a relaxed atmosphere.
only 5 minutes walk from
town centre. Close to bus/
rail stations. All rooms are
well equipped including TV/DVDs/fridges/Tea/Coffee.
Breakfast available. Double/Twin/Family en-suite from
£27 pp per night. Single from £25 pp per night.
Teressa Welsh, Hamilton House, 4 Nelson Road
Bury St Edmunds IP33 3AG
T: 01284 703022 M: 07787 146553
E: hamiltonhouse@hotmail.co.uk
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Hilltop VB ★★
Friendly family home. Quiet
area. Family room on ground
foor with attached facilities.
All bedrooms have colour
TV, kettle, etc. Internet
services available. Evening
meals. Genealogists, cyclists
and pets welcome. Recommended in the Lonely Planet
Guide. Come as guests. Leave as friends.
3 rooms from £25-£35 pp per night.
Mavis E. Hanson, Hilltop, 22 Bronyon Close,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 3XB
T: 01284 767066 M: 07719 660142
E: bandb@hilltop22br.freeserve.co.uk
W: www.hilltop22br.freeserve.co.uk
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6 Orchard Street AA ★★★
Comfortable 19th Century
town house in central but
quiet street, only minutes
away from the shops, theatre,
museums and restaurants.
Close to bus, railway and
coach stations. Colour TV
and tea/coffee facilities in all rooms. Breakfast included.
1 twin; 1 single (no en-suite facilities). Twin £40 per
room per night (single occupancy) £30 pp per night.
Minimum stay 2 nights.
Mrs N Montanari, 6 Orchard Street,
Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1EH
T: 01284 750191 M: 07946 590265 for bookings
E: number_six@me.com
W: number6orchardstreet.co.uk
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Nevill's Lodge AA ★★★★
Escape the hustle of the town
centre and in an 8 minute
walk you will discover my
hidden gem off Southgate
Street. Modern but tastefully
furnished to a high standard.
Secluded gardens and a
peaceful setting with ample parking. Double from £60 per
room. Large, self-contained family/twin room, £90 per
room. 10% discount given for 2 nights or more.
George Laing, Nevill’s Lodge, Grindle Gardens,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 2QG
T: 01284 754168 M: 07950 396168
E: nevills2@googlemail.com
W: www.nevillslodge.co.uk
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Dunston Guest House VB ★★★
A delightful Victorian
house, pleasantly situated
in a quiet residential road,
only 5 minutes walk to the
town centre. 17 individually
decorated rooms to create
a relaxed mood. Security
gated car park. Prices £32.50 pp per night; en-suite
singles from £40 pp per night. Double/twin en-suite
from £35 pp per night. All prices include English
breakfast & VAT.
Mrs Ann Dakin, Dunston Guest House/Hotel,
8 Springfeld Road, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3AN
T: 01284 767981 F: 01284 764574
W: www.dunstonguesthouse.co.uk
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The Old Cannon Brewery AA ★★★
We offer a high degree of
uniqueness and comfort at
the Old Cannon. In a quiet
area, just 5 minutes from the
town centre, real ales are
brewed on-site and served in
the spectacular brewery bar
and restaurant across the courtyard. Double/twin from
£42.50 pp per night. Single occupancy from £69 pp per
night, 5 Double/twin rooms. All en-suite.
Special weekend deals available.
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Michael & Judith Shallow, The Old Cannon Brewery,
86 Cannon Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1JR
T: 01284 768769 F: 01284 701137
W: www.oldcannonbrewery.co.uk
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Bury St Edmunds
Black Boy AA★★★★
The accommodation
comprises of 5 rooms all
en-suite, 3 twin rooms and 2
single rooms. All rooms have
been practically designed to
a high standard with modern
and contemporary furniture
and fttings including remote controlled colour televisions.
5 rooms; 3 twin; 2 single.
All rooms en-suite from £35 pp per night.
Mark Eames, Black Boy, 69 Guildhall Street,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 1QD
T/F: 01284 752723 M: 07845 637512
E: enquiries@theblackboypublichouse.co.uk
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St Andrews Lodge AA★★★
Purpose built Motel-style
rooms close to town centre
with off street parking.
All rooms are centrally
heated with TV/DVD/
Freeview, tea and coffee
making facilities.
Five minutes from all amenities.
3 twin en-suite rooms. Single occupancy from £48 per
night. Double occupancy from £65 per night.
Trish Whatley, St Andrews Lodge, 30 St Andrews Street
North, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1SZ
T: 01284 756733 E: standrewslodge@hotmail.co.uk
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11 Abbot Road Grading Applied For
Abbot Road B&B is a
beautiful Edwardian villa
in a quiet part of town,
but within easy reach of
the town centre. We offer
a friendly and personal
service. Our rooms are
newly renovated with contemporary oak and leather
furniture. Secure parking and large garden.
1 double en-suite; 1 double private bath.
From £30 pp per night.
Cliff Waterman, 11 Abbot Road, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3UA
T: 01284 766216 M: 07761 372002
E: cliff@waterperson.freeserve.co.uk
W: www.abbotroadbandb.co.uk
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A warm welcome and frst class service will help you relax in this
beautifully restored Victorian town house only 5 minutes walk from
the town centre, bus and train stations. Our 9 luxurious rooms are
well equipped offering free WiFi, digital freeview widescreen tv, and
keyless entry. Off road parking available.
Single/wheelchair accessible room from £40 pp per night.
Single occupancy from £45 pp per night.
Double occupancy from £65 pp per night.
Prices include Breakfast and VAT.
Bury St Edmunds
St Edmunds Guest House VB ★★★★
Mr Tony McCourt, St Edmunds Guest House, 35 St Andrews St
North, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1SZ
T: 01284 700144 M: 07720 123710
E: info@stedmundsguesthouse.net
W: www.stedmundsguesthouse.net
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83 Whiting Street AA ★★★★
A post Medieval hall type
house, probably a counting
house. In the dining room
is a wall painting dating
from 1530, probably one of
the best of its kind ever to
be found in England. The
comfortably furnished bedrooms have en-suite facilities
and are fully equipped with remote control television, tea
and coffee tray. Non-smokers only. 2double;2twin.
From£35ppper, night;£45single. Allroomsen-suite.
Mr & Mrs Wagstaff, 83 Whiting Street,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 1NX
T: 01284 704153 M: 07703 601072
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Westbank Place offers modern, self-contained accommodation in a
very private setting. Excellent secure off-road parking facilities.
20 minutes walk to town centre.
1 double/twin; 1 family; 1 single.
From £30 pp per night.
Bury St Edmunds
Westbank Place VB ★★★
Lisa & Graham Paske, Westbank Place, 116a Westley Road,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 3SD
T: 01284 753874 M: 07984 843875 / 07951 098339
E: grahampaske@tiscali.co.uk W: www.westbank-house.co.uk
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A charming Victorian town house conveniently situated to the town
amenities. Bedrooms have computer work areas, pristine bathrooms
and free WiFi access. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed and
guests are welcome to spend time in our attractive garden.
Two twin en-suite rooms/private bath from £40 pp per night.
Single en-suite/private bath from £60 pp per night.
Bury St Edmunds
Sycamore House VB ★★★★★
Julian & Margaret Chalkley, Sycamore House,
23 Northgate Street, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1HP
T: 01284 755828 E: me.chalkley@btinternet.com
W: www.sycamorehouse.net
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Grade ll listed. Luxurious rooms with colour TV, tea-making facilities,
superb dining room, wood burner in cosy lounge, large garden, large
car park. Non-smoking house. Close to Abbey Gardens.
Twin with separate shower room £60 per night.
Single £40 pp per night.
Double/twin en-suite £69 per night. Single £49 pp per night.
All based on two people sharing.
Double occupancy/Family room £69 per night.
Plus £10 per additional person.
Bury St Edmunds
The Glen VB★★★★
Sheila & Neil Vollar, The Glen, 84 Eastgate Street,
Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1YR
T: 01284 755490 E: rallov@aol.com
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Northbury House is well placed in the historic town centre of
Bury St Edmunds where there are a host of shops, bars and
restaurants to explore. This grade ll listed home has two stylish
bedrooms with en-suites available, both in a magnifcent setting.
From £40 pp per night.
Single £60 pp per night.
Bury St Edmunds
Northbury House VB ★★★★
Pamela Buck, Northbury House, 7 Northgate Street,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 1HQ
T: 01284 754617
E: northburyhouse@aol.com W: www.northburyhouse.co.uk
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The Wallow VB ★★★★
Set in a beautiful two acre
garden, the Wallow offers
two luxurious, ground
foor double suites, one
with multifuel stove for
cosy winter evenings.
Quality breakfasts served in a relaxed,
friendly atmosphere.
2 double en-suite. Double £40 pp per night.
Single £50 pp per night.
Linda Draper, The Wallow, Mount Road,
Bury St Edmunds IP31 2QU
T: 01284 788055 M: 07802 252031
E: info@thewallow.co.uk
W: www.thewallow.co.uk
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Bradfeld Combust
Church Farm VB ★★★★
Set on a fruit farm our 18th
Century farmhouse offers a
warm, homely atmosphere
and is adjacent to a
traditional English pub. Ideal
for visiting South Suffolk
villages, Bury St Edmunds
and Cambridge. Double en-suite from £32.50-£35.
Twin (private bath) £30-£32.50.
Single occupancy £35-£45. Prices pp per night.
Ruth Williamson, Church Farm, Bradfeld Combust,
Bury St Edmunds IP30 0LW T: 01284 386333
F: 01284 386155 M: 07940 852426
E: ruth@churchfarm-bandb.co.uk
W: www.churchfarm-bandb.co.uk
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Box Bush B&B & Holiday Cottage VB ★★★★
BoxBushofferscomfortable
B&Ben-suiteaccommodation,
onedouble, onetwinand
traditional Agabreakfast. Our
separateself cateringcottage
hasonefour poster andone
doubleall furnishedtoavery
highstandard. Gym, sauna, steam, coveredheatedpool.
B&B - From £27.50 pp per night, Holiday Cottage - 2
doubles (sleeps 4), 3 nights from £180, 7 nights from £240.
Claire Hayward, Box Bush Cottage, Bury Road,
Brockley Green, Bury St Edmunds IP29 4AL
T/F: 01284 830824 M: 07899 805551
E: box_bush@tiscali.co.uk
W: www.boxbushcottage.co.uk
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Welcoming and relaxed, lovely 15th Century longhouse with beams
and inglenooks, with large gardens overlooking the village green.
Large, en-suite rooms with kingsize beds and sofas, fresh fowers,
paintings, lots of books and tourist advice. Excellent choice of
breakfasts, fresh fruit compotes, homemade preserves, at individual
tables with linen. Guest fridge. Good local inns.
Winner Best B&B in Suffolk Tourism Award 2008.
2 Kingsize; 2 twin. From £34-£38 pp per night.
All rooms en-suite.
Beyton
Manorhouse VB ★★★★★
Kay & Mark Dewsbury, Manorhouse, The Green, Beyton,
Bury St Edmunds, IP30 9AF
T: 01359 270960 E: manorhouse@beyton.com
W: www.beyton.com
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B&Bs and Guest Houses
Bury St Edmunds Area
Nestled in the rolling countryside,
wake up to stunning views
from your Bed and Breakfast
accommodation where you'll
receive a very warm welcome.
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Hotels Bury St Edmunds Area
Escape to the country for a peaceful
stay at one of the wonderful hotels in
picturesque villages, just a short drive
outside Bury St Edmunds.
Clare
The Bell VB ★★★★
A beautiful 16th century
half-timbered coaching inn
with 15 tastefully furnished
rooms, serving great food
in a friendly and relaxed
atmosphere.
Doubles from £37.50 pp per night.
Singles from £55.00 pp per night.
George Turner, The Bell, Market Hill,
Clare CO10 8NN
T: 01787 277741 F: 01787 278474
E: info@thebellhotel-clare.com
W: www.thebellhotel-clare.com
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Easy access from A14 Junction 45
Magnifcent 16th Century Tudor Hall with original beams and
inglenooks. Set with 7 acres of English gardens and woodlands.
All rooms are beautifully furnished. Renowned restaurant for dining
formally or within the cosy bar. Outdoor heated pool with terrace
area. Open to non-residents, children and dogs are very welcome.
14 rooms, all en-suite.
From £76.50 pp per night (2 sharing).
From £99.50 per night (single occupancy).
Rougham
Ravenwood Hall Hotel AA ★★★ÐÐ
Ravenwood Hall Hotel, Rougham, Bury St Edmunds IP30 9JA
T: 01359 270345 F: 01359 270345
E: enquiries@ravenwoodhall.co.uk
W: www.ravenwoodhall.co.uk
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Highwayman's B&B VB ★★★
Set inadelightfullyremote
rural locationyet closeto
bothBurySt Edmunds
andNewmarket. Tranquil,
relaxationandoptimum
comfort. Light airyroomsandexcellent en-suitefacilities.
4rooms; 1twin. Front DoubleGardenRoom(connection
room). Front RoseRoom(connectionroom) newbathroom.
DoubleGroundfloorAccessroomwithnewbathroom.
FamilyOrientated. From£35pppernight.
Highwaymans’s Bed & Breakfast, Risby,
Bury St Edmunds IP28 6QP T: 01284 810283
F: 01473 206589 M: 07957 588201
E: info@highwaymans.co.uk
W: www.highwaymans.co.uk
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Brighthouse Farm VB ★★★★
A warm welcome awaits
you at this 18th Century
farmhouse set in 3 acres
of glorious gardens.
Hearty breakfast, pubs,
restaurants and interesting
places to visit nearby.
3 double; 2 twin. All en-suite.
From £27.50 pp per night.
Roberta Truin, Brighthouse Farm, Melford Road,
Lawshall, Bury St Edmunds, IP29 4PX T: 01284 830385
F: 01284 830974 M: 07711 829546
E: brighthouse-farm@btconnect.com
W: www.brighthousefarm.co.uk
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LOVERS OF GARDENS AND WILDLIFE
The lodge is located in a delightful and peaceful position in the village,
just the place to unwind. Quality award winner. Full English breakfast,
including vegetarian option is served in conservatory overlooking duck
pond. Assured of a warm welcome in comfortable accommodation.
Single from £40 per night. Rates for 2 persons sharing.
1 double with bathroom en-suite from £35 pp per night.
2 double/twin en-suitefrom£32.50pppernight.
All aboveincludesfull Englishbreakfast.
Risby
Brambles Lodge AA/VB★★★★
Yvonne & Rex Edge, Brambles Lodge, Welham Lane, Risby,
Bury St Edmunds, IP28 6QS
T: 01284 810701 M: 07913 720965
E: brambleslodge.bandb@homecall.co.uk
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Honnington
The Willow VB ★★★★
First class, self-contained
ground foor accommodation
in comfortable family home,
with use of garden and
off-road parking. Hospitable
hosts topped with excellent
farmers breakfast. Honington
village on A1088 between Ixworth and Thetford. Close to
RAF Honington. 2 rooms, from £25 pp per night.
Chris and Celia Lawrence, The Willow, Ixworth Road,
Honington, Bury St Edmunds IP31 1QY
T: 01359 269600 F: 01359 269586
M: 07870 625467 E: celialawrence@talk21.com
W: www.honingtonwillow.com
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Elmswell
Kiln Farm Guest House AA/VB ★★★★
Down a country lane
just of J47 A14 between
Stowmarket and Bury St
Edmunds. Set around a
Victorian Farm courtyard
with six en-suite rooms,
residents bar, conservatory
and lounge. Ample off road parking. Evening meals by
prior arrangement with Jan. 2 doubles, 2 twins,
2 family. All en-suite. From £35 pp per night.
Dave and Jan Copeman, Kiln Farm Guest House, Kiln
Lane, Elmswell, Bury St Edmunds IP30 9QR
T: 01359 240442 E: davejankilnfarm@btinternet.com
W: www.kilnfarmguesthouse.com
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47 Benyon Gardens VB ★★
A quietly situated bungalow
overlooking farmland.
Convenient for touring
historic Bury St Edmunds
(4 miles), Cambridge and
Newmarket. No children
Shared lounge.
Twin from £25 pp per night.
Single occupancy from £30 per night.
Mrs P.G. Townsend, 47 Benyon Gardens, Culford,
Bury St Edmunds IP28 6EA
T/F: 01284 728763
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Honnington
North View Guest House VB ★★★
Opposite the church porch a
warm welcome awaits you
in the ‘olde worlde’ house
nestling in the quiet village
within walking distance of the
Air Force base. Pub, garage,
shop and post offce close
by. Hearty English breakfast. Security for cycles and hire
available. Packed lunches available. Large off road parking
1 double; 1 family; 1 single, from £25 pp per night.
Mrs D. Huffee, North View Guest House,
Malting Row Honington, Bury St Edmunds IP31 1RE
T: 01359 269423 F: 01359 269423
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Red House Farm VB ★★★★
Delightful farmhouse
situated in mid-Suffolk just
1.5 miles from A14. Quiet,
comfortable and relaxing.
An ideal location for
exploring Suffolk, Norfolk
and many tourist attractions.
Good local restaurants. Credit cards accepted.
1 double; 1 twin; 2 single from £35 pp per night.
All en-suite.
Mrs M. A. Noy, Red House Farm, Haughley, Stowmarket
IP14 3QP T: 01449 673323 F: 01449 675413
E: mary@redhousefarmhaughley.co.uk
W: www.redhousefarmhaughley.co.uk
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Mulberry Farmhouse VB ★★★★
Attractive16thCenturyGrade
II listedfarmhouse/small
holdingwithgroundfloor
annexestudiosuite(sleeping
upto4‘enfamille’)andone
twinroomwithprivateshower
room. Eveningmealstoorder
usingmostlyownproduce. Secureparking. Non-smokersonly.
From£37.50pppernight basedon2sharing.
Singleoccupancyfrom£45pppernight.
Angela & Tony Payne, Mulberry Farm, Ashfeld Road,
Elmswell, Bury St Edmunds IP30 9HG
T/F: 01359 244244 M: 07885 934309
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A warm friendly welcome awaits you at our converted barn.
Peacefully situated, with country views. You can enjoy a farmhouse
breakfast in the homely atmosphere of our beamed dining room.
Furnished throughout to a high standard. Ground foor room with
disabled facilities. If you are looking for somewhere to relax,
Oak Farm Barn is the ideal retreat. Free internet access.
Double/twin from £70 per room per night.
Single from £50 per room per night.
3 rooms all en-suite.
Rougham
Oak Farm Barn VB ★★★★
Rachel & Ray Balmer, Oak Farm Barn, Moat Lane,
Rougham, Bury St Edmunds IP30 9JU
T: 01359 270014 F: 01359 271863
M: 07946 462779 E: oakfarmbarn@tiscali.co.uk
W: www.oakfarmbarn.co.uk
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Bury St Edmunds
Brook Villa VB ★★★
Choice of two well-equipped
studios in pleasant quiet
surroundings. Town centre 5
minutes by car; TV, electricity,
heating, towels, bed linen all
included. Twin beds (sleeps
2). Free self service laundry
facilities available. Off road parking. Open all year.
2 self catering studios £210 per week.
£15 pp per night based on 2 sharing on a weekly basis.
D. Manning, Brook Villa, Rushbrooke Lane,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 2RR
T/F: 01284 764387 M: 07941 059981
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Garden Corner VB ★★★★
Two bedroomed, well
equipped semi-detached
bungalow situated in
quiet and secluded area.
Conservatory and lounge
facing south overlooking
extensive gardens with own
patio and garden furniture.
All utilities and bed linen included. Open all year.
Sleeps 4 (1 double; 2 bunk beds + cot).
From £248-£318 per week.
John & Felicity Stemp, Garden Corner,
91A Kings Road, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3DT
T: 01284 702848 E: johnd.stemp@homecall.co.uk
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Bury St Edmunds
Pump Lane House VB ★★★
Small, charming
self-catering fat within
5 minutes walk of the
historic town centre.
Double bed. Linen
provided. Kitchen and
bathroom, heating, off
street car parking and secure location for bicycles.
Sleeps 2, £185 per week.
Mr Neil Taylor, Pump Lane House, Pump Lane
Bury St Edmunds IP33 1HN
T: 01284 755248
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Self Catering
Bury St Edmunds
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Fersfeld
4B&B Strenneth VB ★★★★
Strenneth is a listed 17th
Century fully renovated
building with a courtyard wing
and two S/C cottages. Close
to Bressingham Gardens
and Snetterton motor racing
circuit on Norfolk/Suffolk
border. Ample parking and good local walks. Ideal touring
base. Pets always welcome. 7 + 1 Bunkhouse + 2 S/C
cottages, from £28 pp per night. All rooms en-suite.
Paul Davey, 4B&B Strenneth, Airfeld Rd, Fersfeld,
Diss IP22 2BP T: 01379688182
M: 07768155987 E: pdavey@strenneth.co.uk
W: www.strenneth.co.uk
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Fen House B&B VB ★★★★
Set inbeautiful landscaped
gardens, FenHouseissituated
5milesfromBuryandoffers
comfortable, spaciousrooms
withflat screenTV/DVD,
memorymattresses, ample
parkingandawonderful
breakfast.
3 en-suite, double bedrooms £37.50 pp per night;
1 family, 2 double bedroom + bath/shower.
Single occupancy from £42.50 pp per night.
Lynn Patterson, Fen House Bed & Breakfast, Fen Road,
Pakenham, Bury St Edmunds
T: 01359 234968 M: 07887568867
E: fen.house@hotmail.co.uk W: www.fenhouse.net
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Air conditioned guest rooms adjoining an award winning country
freehouse. The Pub is Cask Marque accredited and offers a warm
welcome, excellent real ales and home cooked food. 200m from the
train station. Pub has two bars, dining area, patio and garden.
Voted West Suffolk Pub of the Year 2007, 2008 and 2009 and
Suffolk Pub of the Year 2009/10.
Thurston
Fox & Hounds VB ★★★★
Mandy Ruffes, Fox & Hounds, Barton Road, Thurston IP31 3QT
T: 01359 232228 F: 01359 232196
E: thurstonfox@btintenet.com
W: www.thurstonfoxandhounds.co.uk
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An idyllic place to stay for a short break in the country. Surrounded
by beautiful gardens with large pond & acres of farmland. Traditional
English breakfast is served in the beamed Dining Hall. Use of
private lounge where we offer tea or coffee on your arrival, with
complimentary home-baking. The Oak Cartlodge is also available for
Self-Catering short breaks.
1 Double room with en-suite & private lounge.
1 Twin/double room with en-suite & Self-Catering facilities.
Prices for double occupancy £70 per night.
Bradfeld St George
Laurel Farmhouse VB ★★★★★
Linda Lancaster, Laurel Farmhouse, Felsham Road,
Bradfeld St George, Bury St Edmunds IP30 0AD
T: 01284 386988 M: 07777 664011
E: ml_lml@btinternet.com W: www.laurelfarmhouse.co.uk
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Bury St Edmunds
Corner House VB ★★★
Comfortable house and garden in
secluded location, easy walk to
the centre and market. Living room
with TV/DVD and well-equipped
kitchen/diner.
Sleeps 4 (1 double; 2 twin beds)
bedlinen and utilities included.
Parking permit available.
From £245 - £325 per week.
Tricia and Michael Akehurst, Corner House,
14 Cannon Fields, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1JX
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Culford
Hazelnut Cottage VB ★★★★
Idyllically situated
within the grounds of
Dorch House. Recently
renovated from former
period outbuildings
to offer luxurious well
equipped self catering
accommodation. Sitting/dining room, kitchen, twin
bedroom and bathroom.
Sleeps 2 from £220 per week. Short breaks available.
Linda Nieves, Hazelnut Cottage, Dorch House,
Culford, Bury St Edmunds IP28 2DN
T: 01284 728929 E: nievesygordo@tiscali.co.uk
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Manorfat VB ★★★★
Centre of pretty village,
overlooking green.
Victorian part of 15th
Century house on 2 foors.
So well equipped, its
ready to go. Use of garden.
Spacious accommodation.
Bed linen, towels, electricity included. Large room –
sitting/dining/kitchen area. Good local Inns.
Sleeps 2 (1 double). From £180-£260 per week.
Kay & Mark Dewsbury, Manorfat, The Green,
Beyton, Bury St Edmunds IP30 9AF
T: 01359 270960 E: manorhouse@beyton.com
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Self Catering
Bury St Edmunds Area
Cosy cottages, converted barns and
apartments...just some of the self catering
choices available in and around the West
Suffolk countryside.
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Bury St Edmunds
1 Alicia Court Grading applied for
Attractive modern 2 bedroomed house
with parking in Bury's historic centre.
Far reaching town views including
the Cathedral tower. Sitting room and
adjoining dining room have glass doors
either end opening on to balconies. Well
equipped kitchen/breakfast room with
south facing walled courtyard garden.
Sleeps 4;
From £240.00 - £320.00 per week.
Mrs Anne Hopkins, 1 Alicia Court, Southgate Street,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 2BB
T: 003356 5376803 M: 004407968 280349
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Bury St Edmunds
15 Bridewell Lane VB ★★★★
Centrally located in the
heart of historic Bury St
Edmunds this restored
and updated Grade II
listed early Victorian town
house offers delightful
accommodation. All gas,
electricity, linen and towels included.
Sleeps 6, £385 per week.
Mr & Mrs W. R. Cushing, 4a Hawstead Lane,
Sicklesmere, Bury St Edmunds IP30 0BT
T: 01284 388117 M: 07786 253810
E: hawkeye52uk@yahoo.co.uk
W: www.15-bridewell-lane.co.uk
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Bury St Edmunds
63 Guildhall Street Awaiting Grading
Centrally located within the
medieval grid layout of
Bury St Edmunds, the houses
origins date back to the 15th
century. The house retains its
period charms whilst benefting
from a newly constructed garden
room/conservatory.
Sleeps 6 (4 bedrooms).
From £375 - £450 per week.
Jan Lengyel, 63 Guildhall Street,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 1QF
T: 01284 728623 M: 07540565514
E: lengyel@talktalk.net
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The Flat VB ★★★★
Acharmingselfcontained
luxuryflatcentrallylocated
onTheAngel Hill intheheart
ofhistoricBuryStEdmunds.
Spaciouslivingareaand
furnishedtoahighstandard.
All gas, electricity, linenand
towelsincluded. Ownermanaged. Optional cleaningavailable.
Sleeps 2; £500 per week, £90 per night.
Short breaks available.
Patricia Lloyd or Linda Cusack, The Flat, 14 Angel Hill,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 1UZ
T: 01284 756098 M: 07771701586
E: enquiries@lloyd-solicitors.co.uk W: www.14angelhill.com
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Bury St Edmunds
147 Southgate Street VB ★★★★
Charming light and airy 2 bedroom
town house with parking and courtyard
garden. Newly refurbished, furnished
and equipped to a high standard.
Theatre, restaurants and shops only
2 minutes walk. Sky TV , linens,
towels, utilities and welcome food and
refreshment pack all included.
Sleeps 4 (1 double, 1 twin/kingsize
double).
From £350 per week
(short breaks available).
Mrs Amanda Skull, Steggles Barn, Whiting Street,
Bury St Edmunds IP331NR
T: 01284 750659 M: 07816 918067
E: audokn09@googlemail.com W: audo-lets.co.uk
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Centrally located, charming, period cottage in quiet lane between
historic Athenaeum and The Angel Hotel. Abbey Gardens, Theatre
and town very close. Ground foor - sitting room; light, sunny kitchen.
Easy rise staircase to sitting room with Juliet balcony, sofa and sofa
bed and bathroom.
Two bedrooms, single; double room with twin beds.
Bed linen included. Central Heating. Parking permit.
Sleeps 3 – 4 (1 single, 1 twin, + sofa bed sitting room).
From £250 per week. Short breaks available. Owner managed.
Bury St Edmunds
6 Athenaeum Lane Grading applied for
Mrs Johnston, Iceni Lodge, The Old Sawmill, Culford,
Bury St Edmunds, IP28 6UE
T: 01284 728895
E: number6ath.lane@gmail.com
W: www.6AthenaeumLane.co.uk
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Oliver's Retreat VB ★★★
Quietlysituated, overlooking
abeautiful viewofthescenic
countrysidewithadelightful
gardentorelaxin.Thiscosy
groundfloorstudioisvery
well equipped, modernand
tastefullydecoratedand
furnished. Kitchen, showerroom, sittingroomwithtwinbeds.
Wirelessinternetconnection. Bedlinenandtowelsprovided.
Sleeps 2 + 1 from £190 - £225 per week.
Pets by arrangement. Owner managed.
Mrs C. Titcombe, Oliver’s Retreat, 95 Oliver Road,
Bury St Edmunds IP33 3JG
T: 01284 766432 M: 07906 684464
E: christinetitcombe@yahoo.com
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Rede
Rede Hall Farm VB ★★★★
Tworedbrickandflint cottages
onamoatedworkingfarm.
JennyWrenhasamainsitting
roomwithtraditional flint walls
andtwogroundfloor double
bedroomsplusagalleriedtwin
roomwithitsownsittingroom.
Nuthatchhastwoen-suite
doublebedrooms(onewithafour poster bed) plusdouble
sofabed. Hot SpaTubincluded.
Jenny Wren - sleeps 6 + cot. £300-£650.
Nuthatch - sleeps 4 + sofa bed + cot. £225-£500.
Christine Oakley, Rede Hall Farm Park, Rede,
Bury St Edmunds IP29 4UG T: 01284 850695
F: 01284 850345 E: chris@redehallfarmpark.co.uk
W: www.redehallfarmpark.co.uk
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Lawshall
The Court VB ★★★/★★★★
A Queen Anne cottage
situated in a rural position
in the glorious Suffolk
countryside, furnished and
equipped to a very high
standard. Set in its own
garden. Local shops, pubs
and restaurants nearby. Own farm trail and other walks.
Sleeps 5. From £350-£650 per week. Open all year.
Newly enlarged studio fat from £250 per week.
Roberta Truin, Brighthouse Farm, Melford Road,
Bury St Edmunds IP29 4PX T: 01284 830385
F: 01284 830974 E: brighthouse-farm@btconnect.com
W: www.brighthousefarm.co.uk
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Rattlesden
The Dower House Flat VB ★★★★
Converted Dower House
fat in delightful situation,
close to the village of
Rattlesden with village
shop/post offce and pubs.
Lovely garden, paved patio
and garden furniture,
ample parking space. Electricity and linen included.
Sleeps 2.
From £110-£165 per week.
Mrs H. M. Voysey, The Dower House Flat,
Clopton Green, Rattlesden, Bury St Edmunds IP30 0RN
T: 01449 736332 E: all@voysey.freeserve.co.uk
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Nowton
The Old Granary VB ★★★★
The Old Granary provides
cosy accommodation for up
to eight people. It retains
many of its original attractive
features, with exposed
beams, a wood burning stove,
and is perfectly positioned in
a private location on a working farm in rural Suffolk.
Sleeps 8, 1 double en-suite, 2 twin, 1 bunk bed.
From £350-£651 per week. Short breaks available.
Mary Roe, The Old Granary, Hall Farm, Nowton,
Bury St Edmunds IP29 5LZ
T: 01284 388239 F: 01284 388407
Website: oldgranarynowton@btconnect.com
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Mill House Holiday Cottages VB★★/★★★
Three ground foor cottages
peacefully situated in
four acres of beautiful
gardens. Two cottages have
conservatories overlooking
natural ponds with wildlife.
The Bakery, a converted cosy
retreat, retains original features and delightful secluded
garden. Central for touring, walks, cycling, fshing locally.
Sleeps 2/4, 2/4, 4/6. From £160-£290 per week.
Melanie Rieger, Mill House Holiday Cottages,
Water Run, Hitcham, Ipswich IP7 7LN
T/F: 01449 740315 E: hitcham@aol.com
W: www.millhouse-hitcham.co.uk
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Garden Cottage VB ★★★
Charming beamed cottage
in the delightful village
of Horringer. Close to
National Trust park and
village pubs. 3 miles from
Bury town centre. Double
bedroom and sofa bed in
lounge. Modern kitchen and wet room, use of cottage
garden. Bed linen included.
Sleeps 2/3, from £250 per week.
Tyrone Lewis, Garden Cottage, 4 Hill Cottages,
The Street, Horringer, Bury St Edmunds IP29 5SN
T: 01284 735731 M: 07817 961440
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Hessett
Heathfeld VB ★★★★
Comfortable, well
equipped bungalow.
Peaceful quiet location
at the edge of village,
2 miles from A14. Ideal for
exploring East Anglia. Suit
country lovers. Walking
and cycling. Enclosed south facing garden.
Well behaved pets welcome.
Sleeps 4, from £280-£360 per week.
Mrs C. Whitton, Arcadia, Bury Road, Beyton,
Bury St Edmunds IP30 9AB T: 01359 271130
F: 01394 448418 E: chriswhitton@aol.com
W: www.cottageguide.co.uk/heathfeld
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Red House Farm VB ★★★★/★★★
Three delightfully furnished
cottages. Garden Cottage
adjoins the farmhouse and
sleeps 2. The newly converted
Stable and Cob Cottages are
single storey with disabled
facilities. Ideal for exploring
Suffolk and Norfolk. No smoking or pets. Open all year.
B&B also available. Credit cards accepted.
Sleeps 8 + cot, from £240-£440 per week.
Mrs M. A. Noy, Red House Farm, Haughley, IP14 3QP
T: 01449 673323 F: 01449 675413
E: mary@redhousefarmhaughley.co.uk
W: www.redhousefarmhaughley.co.uk
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Peaceful, well equipped accommodation in central village location,
2 minutes from A14. Large grocery store, local pubs, cafe and
take-aways nearby. Two minutes from station, with trains to most
East Anglian towns. Beautiful garden with chickens and vegetable
patch. Guest feedback shows how delighted our customers
have been. Discounts available.
Sleeps 2 (1 double).
£300 per week.
Elmswell
The Apple Store VB ★★★★
Clare Norgate, The Apple Store, The Willow House,
School Road, Elmswell IP30 9EA
T: 01359 240333
E: clare.norgate@btinternet.com W: www.applestoresuffolk.co.uk
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Wilwyn Cottage VB ★★★
Delightful cosy late 16th century
cottage. Situated in a small sleepy
village near a pub. Small walled
garden. Two parking spaces.
Sleeps 4.
From £250 to £350 per week.
All inclusive.
Chris & Nicky Glass, Wilwyn Cottage, The Street,
Hessett, Bury St Edmunds IP30 9AZ
T/F: 01359 270736 M: 07860 352739
E: chrisglass@hessettgrain.freeserve.co.uk
W: www.cottageguide.co.uk/hessett
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Oak Farm VB ★★★★★
Beamed farmhouse,
surrounded by meadows.
Thoughtfully renovated,
equipped to high standard.
Prices inclusive of electricity,
central heating, linen and
barbeque. Swimming pool
(Summer) by arrangement. Sleeps 8 (1 family en-suite,
3 twin), from £500-£800 per week. Christmas and
New Year weeks - P.O.A.
Mr & Mrs D. Dyball, Willow Farm, Ashfeld Road,
Elmswell, Bury St Edmunds IP30 9HG
T: 01359 240263 F: 01359 240263
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Caravan & Camping
Bury St Edmunds
Lawshall
Brighthouse Farm Caravan & Campsite
A quiet immaculately kept site in
the heart of the Suffolk countryside
with many mature and newly planted
trees and shrubs in 5 acres. Toilets,
washbasins, showers and electric
hook-ups provided for. Shop and
pubs within easy reach. Friendly
family-run site only 7 miles from Bury St Edmunds.
Pitches from £8 per night.
Brighthouse Farm, Melford Road, Lawshall,
Nr Bury St Edmunds IP29 4PX T: 01284 830385
F: 01284 830974 E: brighthouse-farm@btconnect.com
W: www.brighthousefarm.co.uk
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OPEN ALL YEAR – AA INSPECTED
We are located approx 5 miles outside Bury St Edmunds, between
the pretty villages of Beyton and Thurston. With easy access from
the A14 and A143 we are the ideal base from which to explore
East Anglia.
1 unit for 2 persons per night.
incl. hook-up from £14.
Thurston
The Dell, Touring Caravan & Camping Park AA / 4 Pennants
Andrew & Dawn Leathley, The Dell, Touring Caravan & Camping
Park, Beyton Road, Thurston, Bury St Edmunds IP31 3RB
T: 01359 270121 E: thedellcaravanpark@btinternet.com
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Horringer
The Old Piggery Grading applied for
Luxurious cottage on the
edge of Ickworth Park.
Pretty courtyard garden.
Just 2.5 miles from Bury
St Edmunds. Full facilities,
double bedroom, nolte
kitchen, bathroom, beamed
living room. Egyptian linen towels, pillows and duvets.
Sleeps 2/4; 1 double with private bath.
From £280 per week (£60 per night).
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Mrs Caroline Crouchman, The Old Piggery, Westley
Lane, Horringer, Bury St Edmunds IP29 5RZ
T: 01284 735048 M: 07900 085248
E: pccrouch@talktalk.net W: bestofsuffolk.co.uk/piggery.asp
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A 15th Century thatched cottage, comfortable and cosy
accommodation for up to 8 people, furnished to a high standard.
Situated in the rural village of Cockfeld, close to village shops and
pubs. Also within easy reach of historic towns Lavenham and Long
Melford and market towns Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury.
Sleeps 8: 2 double bedrooms, 1 twin room and one double sofa bed.
From £650 per week.
Annexe: sleeps 4; 2 double rooms. From £497 per week.
Cockfeld
Roundwood House Awaiting Grading
Mr R Rymill, Roundwood House, Windsor Green, Cockfeld, Bury St Edmunds IP30 OLY

T: 01284 828487 M: 07960390587
E: rayrymill@msn.com W: www.roundwoodhouse.co.uk
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Whepstead
Dovedon Mews VB ★★★★
Two ground foor three
bedroom barn conversion and
one 2 double bedroom barn
conversion, spacious open
planned area. No pets. Nice
walks to statley home. Short
breaks by arrangement.
Sleeps 6-8, from £550 per week.
Gillian Whatley, Dovedon Mews, Chedburgh,
Whepstead, Bury St Edmunds IP29 4UB
T: 01284 735447 F: 01638 669290
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Hawstead House VB ★★★★
Newly converted spacious
stable block, in grounds of a
country house, three miles
south of Bury St Edmunds, in
a rural green belt village with
a pub. Linens and towels
provided. Off road secure
parking. Will stock the fridge with basic items upon
request with a small charge.
From £475-£600 per week.
Hawstead House Stables, Hawstead,
Bury St Edmunds IP29 5NL
T: 01284 386339 M: 07770 386339
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A spacious and beautifully appointed, rurally located cottage
refurbished in 2009. Your stay will be a relaxing one. Peace and quiet
and a personal welcome assured. The cottage is the perfect base
to explore the beautiful East Anglian region, and is accredited by
Visit Britain to welcome walkers and cyclists. Visit our website for
comprehensive information and pictures.
Sleeps 4 + cot (1 double, 1 twin or superking double).
From £350 per week. All inclusive.
Short/working week breaks available
Hargrave
Willow Farm Cottage VB ★★★★
Rachel and Peter Simons, Willow Farm, Barrow Road, Hargrave,
Bury St Edmunds IP29 5HF
T: 01284 850861
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Grove Cottage Grading applied for
Located within Suffolk
Wildlife Trust, this luxurious
brand new spacious cottage
has fully functional kitchen
with d/washer within an
open plan living/dining
area. Very comfortable beds
both ensuite (one downstairs with wet room).
Sleep 4 (Cot available); £400 - £800 per week.
Short stays available by appointment.
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Thurston, Bury St Edmunds IP31 3SG
T: 01359 232539 M: 07771 924373
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GUINEAS
CENTRE
Accommodation in Newmarket
The Cadogan Hotel is a 19th century building steeped in history and character, previously owned by Earl
Cadogan. Now a family run hotel. Situated just off the main High Street within close proximity to training gallops
and easy access to the racecourse. An excellent breakfast is served in Edwards restaurant, which also provides
evening meals for all tastes. The Cadogan Hotel offers weekend breaks including free dinner on one of the
nights booked. Further details available on request.
4 double; 2 family; 6 single. All en-suite.
From £50.00 pp per night for twin/double. £85.00 pp per night single.
Newmarket
The Cadogan Hotel AA ★★★
Mrs J C Reed, The Cadogan Hotel, Fordham Road, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7AA
T: 01638 663814 F: 01638 561480 M: 07776 258688
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For a great location choose a hotel
in Newmarket. All the hotels pride
themselves on providing great
service and outstanding facilities,
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Self catering accommodation - Newmarket area

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Believed to be one of fve remaining coaching inns in its original
state, The Rutland Arms rests on the cobbled courtyard of what
remains of King Charles’ Palace. Many of the original features can
still be seen throughout although the comfort and atmosphere is
most positively contemporary. ‘Carriages’ award winning one AA
Rosette restaurant will temp the taste buds, whilst our beautiful
individual bedrooms can but delight.
10 singles; 10 twin; 23 doubles; 1 family. All en-suite.
From £50 pp per night.
Newmarket
The Rutland Arms AA ★★★
The Rutland Arms Hotel, High Street, Newmarket CB8 8NB
T: 01638 664251 F: 01638 666298
E: reservations.rutlandarms@ohiml.com
W: www.oxfordhotelsandinns.com
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Part of the Arlington Hotel Group based in Norfolk and Suffolk this
family owned hotel offers quietly elegant and comfortable surroundings.
An ideal venue for a memorable and enjoyable short break, all 43
en-suite bedrooms offer frst class accommodation, satellite television,
DVD, WiFi, telephone, tea making facilities, hairdryer and trouser press.
Dine in Berties Restaurant or Tipsters Bar Menu is available.
18 singles; 8 twin; 15 doubles; 2 family.
From £50 pp per night.
Newmarket
Best Western Heath Court Hotel AA ★★★
Best Western Heath Court Hotel, Moulton Road,
Newmarket, CB8 8DY
T: 01638 667171 F: 01638 666533
E: quality@heathcourthotel.com W: www.heathcourthotel.com
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At Bedford Lodge Hotel – named as Suffolk Hotel of the Year in 2007, and runner up in 2008 & 2009 -
we provide a combination of unsurpassed accommodation and frst class facilities, set in the most
wonderful rural surroundings.
Newmarket’s only four star hotel, Bedford Lodge Hotel retains the charm and character of a warm country house
yet offers the very best in modern comfort and luxury, providing a perfect blend between classic and new.
Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend break, a relaxing break in Suffolk, the most perfect setting for
your wedding, exquisite food both formally and informal, or the ideal location for your business meetings up to
200 delegates, you can be assured of an exceptional experience and the warmest of welcomes.
6 twin, 41 doubles, 8 family suites.
From £75 pp per night.
Newmarket
Bedford Lodge Hotel AA★★★★
Bedford Lodge Hotel, Bury Road, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7BX
T: 01638 663175 F: 01638 667391
E: info@bedfordlodgehotel.co.uk
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Elegant 17th Century country house hotel conveniently situated between historic Cambridge and Newmarket
- home of British horse racing. Sumptuous en-suite bedrooms and delightful colonial ‘Silks’ conservatory
brasserie make for a truly unique experience. Conference facilities for up to 80 delegates. Luxury Marquee
suitable for weddings and special events.
Licensed for civil ceremonies.
1 single (en-suite).
12 double (en-suite.)
2 twin (en-suite).
Prices start from £80 per room.
Six Mile Bottom
Swynford Paddocks Hotel AA ★★★
Swynford Paddocks Hotel, London Road, Six Mile Bottom, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 OUE
T: 01638 570234 F: 01638 570283
E: sales@swynfordpaddocks.com W: www.swynfordpaddocks.com
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Newmarket Area
When staying at The Angel you are staying where it matters, opposite the magnifcent cathedral, the award winning
Abbey Gardens, the ruins of the former Abbey of St. Edmund and historic Norman Tower.
Steeped in history, this quintessentially English hotel offers 4 Star service and comfort including, luxury
accommodation, air-conditioning, ground foor bedrooms and guest lift.
Dine in the vibrant Eaterie Brasserie, with its unique Euro Cave wine cellar and walls crammed with contemporary art
and enjoy sumptuous 2 AA rosette food.
15 minutes easy drive from Newmarket.
Double/twin – from £100 per night.
Suites – from £160 per night.
There are many reasons why you may choose to stay at The Angel, but friendliness of its staff
is why you’ll return.
Bury St Edmunds
The Angel Hotel AA ÐÐ★★★★
The Angel Hotel, Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1LT
T: 01284 714000 F: 01284 714001
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Breakfast cooked to suit, light airy rooms, comfortable beds.
This family run guest house has all you need to enjoy your stay in
Newmarket. The house is a 6 minute walk from the High Street, (or a
4 minute sprint if it’s raining)…
Close to the racecourse and A14, with good links to London,
Stansted airport and the whole of East Anglia.
1 double/family room en-suite; 1 twin en-suite and
1 single. From £30 pp per night.
Newmarket
The Walnuts VB★★★
Sandra Taylor, The Walnuts, 22 Exning Road, Newmarket CB8 OAB
T: 01638 664121 F: 01638 664121
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Newmarket
Hilldown House VB★★★★
Quality accommodation
in a quiet tastefully
appointed comfortable
home, short walk to town
centre, Tattersalls, gallops,
and station. Ideally located
for race courses and excursions to Cambridge, Bury
St Edmunds, Ely and Duxford Air Museum. Excellent
English breakfast.
1 single, 1 double and 1 twin, all en-suite.
From £30 pp per night.
Angie Munro, Hill Down House, 19 Duchess Drive
Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 8AG
T: 01638 664250 M:07932 648441
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Sandhurst VB★★★
We are a centrally
situated family home
offering a warm welcome,
comfortable rooms and
hearty breakfasts.
5 minutes walking from the
high street, railway station, Tattersalls and courtesy
buses to the races. London, Bury St Edmunds,
Cambridge and Ely connections.
1 twin; 1 family; 1 single.
From £30 pp per night.
Mrs Linda Crighton, Sandhurst, 14CardiganStreet,
Newmarket CB88HZ
T: 01638 667483 M: 07714347130
E: crighton@rousnewmarket.freeserve.co.uk
W: sandhurstbandb.mysite.orange.co.uk
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Outstanding modern house in wooded grounds of two acres. Luxury king sized beds, large car park, generous
English breakfasts. Close to Newmarket Racecourse, Cambridge & Ely. Pets accommodated by arrangement.
Family rooms available including one family suite of rooms with south facing balcony overlooking gardens.
Fire certifcate in place – annual fre offcer inspection. Good pubs within walking distance in the village and
villages close by.
2 doubles with 2 en-suite; 2 twins with 2 en-suite; 3 family with en-suite.
From £35 pp per night .
Burwell, Cambridge
The Meadow House VB ★★★★
Mrs Hilary Marsh, The Meadow House, 2a High Street, Burwell, Cambs CB25 0HB
T: 01638 741926 F: 01638 741861
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B&B's Newmarket
These small establishments
offer fantastic value for money.
The owners and staff pay great
attention to detail and will ensure
you are well looked after during
your stay.
B&B's
Newmarket Area
Bed and breakfasts are a lovely
choice – and with so many
to choose from with great
locations you’ll fnd just the
right one for you.
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Fordham
The Willows VB★★★★
Conveniently situated for
the A14, Newmarket and Ely.
Spacious modern bungalow
set in large established
gardens. Off road parking.
Beautiful bathrooms with
wet room foors. Comfortable guest lounge and breakfast
room with access to terrace and gardens. 1 family/double
room with en-suite. Double room with private adjacent
bathroom (not en-suite). From £35 pp per night.
John & Suzanne Frowd, TheWillows, 78Mill Lane,
Fordham, CambridgeshireCB75NQ
T: 01638 720561 M: 07776 257111
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Burwell
Chesnut House VB★★★★
Modern comfortable family
home with warm friendly
atmosphere. Off road parking.
Easy access to Newmarket
and racing, Cambridge, Ely
and Bury St Edmunds. Local
pubs serving good food.
2 double en-suite; 1 twin with private shower;
1 single with private bath/shower. From £30 pp
per night. Single occupancy in double en-suite will
attract a supplement.
Mrs Sharon Gilroy, Chestnut House, 14a High Street,
Burwell, Cambs CB25 0HB
T: 01638 742996 M: 07720 728599
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An amazing historic coaching inn with a modern contemporary twist, that oozes rustic charm & character.
An award winning, privately owned 3 star AA rated hotel with 14 individually designed bedrooms, a fantastic
public bar serving food all day and an AA rated rosette restaurant. The Inn is a great destination for a visit
anytime of the year. During the cooler months the log fre burns and locals have time to drink and chat. In the
summer you can relax in our courtyard with a cold drink or take a stroll along the river, walk in the forest or drive
up to the seaside on the Norfolk coast. The owners and team have built up a reputation for making everyone
feel welcome and a passion for high standards and personal service. Nothing is too much trouble here at
The Olde Bull Inn. We are located in the small village of Barton Mills, which is nestled alongside the A11 near
Mildenhall. Our Inn is perfectly located for both business & pleasure, just 10 minutes from Newmarket and 20
minutes from Bury St Edmunds, Ely & Cambridge.
The food is homemade using the very best of what’s in season from the very best producers, sourced locally and
free range/organic where possible. But don’t worry if you just fancy a traditional fsh and chips or a burger then
you will also fnd these on our bar menu. Food is served from 12noon to 9pm everyday.
All rooms are ensuite. Singles from £75 per room per night B&B. Doubles/twins from £85 per room per
night B&B. Princess room from £99 per room per night B&B. Family rooms from £105 per room B&B.
Barton Mills - Near Newmarket
The Olde Bull Inn AA ★★★
The Olde Bull Inn, The Street, Barton Mills, Bury St Edmunds IP28 6AA
T: 01638 711001 F: 01638 712003
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The Old Farmhouse VB ★★★★
Grade 2 16th Century
beamed, thatched
farmhouse, large garden,
offering a friendly
welcome and comfortable
accommodation. Evening
meals by arrangement. Easy
access to Newmarket and racing, Cambridge, Ely and Bury
St Edmunds. French, Spanish and some German Spoken.
Online booking. 1 double; 1 twin. From £45 pp per night.
Mrs A M Robinson, The Old Farmhouse, 165 High Street,
Cheveley, Nr Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 9DG
T: 01638 730771 M: 07909 970047
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1eleven Bed & Breakfast VB★★★★
Welcome to our recently
renovated home, set within
a charming village with
easy access to Newmarket
and its world famous
racing establishments.
We look forward to
offering you a comfortable place to stay and a
high standard of service.
3 double en-suite From £30 pp per night.
Richard Jermyn, 1eleven Bed & Breakfast, 111 High
Street, Cheveley, Newmarket CB8 9DG
T: 01638 731177 F: 08700 510185 M: 07974916768
E: Richard@1elevenbandb.co.uk
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The Rosery VBuuuu
Originally a Manor House,
converted around 40 years
ago. This family run guest
house has restaurant,
bar, lounge area and a
traditional English Garden.
We are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and can
cater for weddings, parties and conferences.
4 doubles; 2 twn; 2 family, all en-suite.
From £40 pp per night.
Antony Sullivan, TheRosery, 15ChurchStreet,
Exning, Newmarket CB87EH
T: 01638 577312 M: 07970739659
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Exning
Harraton B&B VB★★★★
A handsome Victorian
house with duck pond and
paddocks opposite. Always
a friendly welcome. Large
guest rooms have sofas
and en-suites. Just fve
minutes from Newmarket
centre, the racecourse and gallops. French spoken.
On-line booking. Good local pub and food nearby.
1 double, 1 twin, 1 family. From £35 pp per night.
Steve Sharp, Harraton B&B, 1 Ducks Lane, Exning,
Newmarket CB8 7HQ
T: 01638 615550 M: 07792 403441
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19 Tattersalls Cresent VB★★★
Spacious second foor 3
bedroomed apartment
recently refurbished to a
high standard well-equipped
new kitchen and bathroom.
Relaxing lounge with TV
and freeserve. All amenities
available. Quiet off road parking. Meals can be arranged
if required. Ideally situated for Racing and the Sales.
From £350 per week, shorter stays by negotiation.
Liz Jones, 19 Tattersalls Cresent, The Avenue,
Newmarket CB8 9AY
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11 Ashbourne Court VB★★★
Attractive second foor fat in
modern purpose-built block.
All amenities; well equipped
kitchen, bathroom with
shower, sunny sitting room.
TV and video, off street
parking in gated courtyard.
Less than fve minutes walk from sales and town centre.
From £350 per week, 1 double/twin bedroom.
Mrs Jennie Collingridge, 11 Ashbourne Court,
All Saints Road, Newmarket CB8 8GH
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Self Catering Newmarket
A great option for couples, families and groups,
self catering accommodation suits all budgets.
Staying in Newmarket you’ll fnd shops and cafes
within walking distance.
Newmarket
6 Belmont Court VB★★★
Very Spacious comfortable
modern apartment. Well
equipped new kitchen;
bathroom with shower;
attractive sunny sitting
room. Full central heating,
garage, quiet location close
to racecourse, sales and town centre.
From £375 per week, 2 large double/twin bedrooms.
Mrs Jennie Collingridge, 6 Belmont Court, High Street,
Newmarket CB8 9BP
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A family run Inn set in beautiful surroundings, open all day everyday
all year round – (except Christmas day). 8 fully refurbished en-suite
rooms, free wif, families welcome.
Sleeps up to 8 all en-suite. 4 twin rooms, 1 family room and
3 double rooms prices start from £35 per room. Short stays may
be available between other bookings.
Swaffham Bulbeck
Black Horse VB★★★
Sharon Crossley, Black Horse, 35 High Street,
Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambs CB25 0HP
T: 01223 811366 F: 01223654002
M: 07976894242
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Anne's Bed & Breakfast VB★★★★
A modern house in the
quiet village of Fordham
with easy access to
Newmarket, Ely and
Cambridge. Rooms are
en-suite with tea/coffee
facilities.
3 twin rooms.
From £25 pp per night.
Anne Theobald, Anne’s Bed & Breakfast,
158 Mildenhall Road, Fordham, Ely, Cambs CB7 5NS
T: 01638 720514 F: 01638 720514
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37 Newmarket Road VB★★★★
Situated in an attractive
village, with historic
pack-horse bridge, 3 miles
from Newmarket. Self-
contained comfortable room
overlooking garden, separate
from main house and with
private access. Breakfasts served in conservatory. Pub with
food nearby. 1 double en-suite from £30 pp per night the
room can be used as single, twin or double e/s.
Dorothy & Ron Bowes, 37 Newmarket Road, Moulton,
Newmarket CB8 8QP
T: 01638 750362 E: dkbowes@waitrose.com
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Newmarket
Wyck Hall Stud Grading Applied For
Super 3 bedroom period
cottage. Beautifully situated
in a working stud farm on
the edge of Newmarket.
Ideal for attending the
sales, race meetings or just
enjoying the local amenities.
From £250 per week, 2 double/1 twin bedroom.
Kim Jenkins, Wyck Hall Stud, Dullingham Road,
Newmarket CB8 9JT
T: 01638 662181 M: 07702 245760
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Saxon Street
Syde House VB★★
Large studio apartment
— picturesque converted
hayloft. Just three miles to
Newmarket, 14 miles to
Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds
and Ely. One double bed,
separate shower room/wc,
kitchen area, large living area with single bed and sofa
bed, TV, video, dvd player and radio. Off road parking,
pub/restaurant 200 yards. Linen and heating included.
Self catering from £200 per week, £40 per night.
Mrs S E Greenwood, Syde House, 37 The Street,
Saxon Street, Nr Newmarket CB8 9RU
T: 01638 730044 E: greenwoods@btinternet.com
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Swaffham Prior, Cambridge
Hilary's Cottage VB★★★★
Spacious Victorian Cottage
in historic village of
Swaffham Prior. 2 king
size doubles and 1 twin.
I ground foor double, 2
bathrooms, one en-suite,
one downstairs. Parking,
enclosed garden, linen & towels provided. Luxury beds.
From £325 per week.
Mrs Hilary Marsh, Hilary’s Cottage, 16 Cage hill,
Swaffham Prior, Cambridge CB25 0JS
T: 01638 741926 F: 01638 741861
E: hilary@themeadowhouse.co.uk
W: www.hilaryscottage.co.uk
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Holiday luxury at Orchard House in one large or two separate
cottages. The Coach House is all on the ground foor, has a large
sitting room (sofa bed sleeps two), kitchen and huge super king
bedroom. The Stables sleeps four in two upstairs bedrooms. Sitting/
dining room & kitchen downstairs. Shared utility room. Linen, towels
& utilities included. Courtyard parking.
Sleeps up to 8: 2 super king/twin, 1 king, and 1 sofa-bed.
All bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms. From £420 per week –
short stays may be available between other bookings.
Mildenhall
Coach House & Stables, Orchard House VB★★★★
Anne Greenfeld, Coach House & Stables, Orchard House,
23 North Terrace, Mildenhall, Suffolk IP28 7AA
T: 01638 711237 F: 01638 715403
E: orchardhouse23@aol.com
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Newmarket Area
Swaffham Prior, Cambridge
Old Garden Cottage VB★★★★
Situated in the historic
village of Swaffham Prior.
1 twin, 1 double, 1 family.
All en-suite.
From £35 pp per night.
Mrs Hilary Marsh, Old Garden Cottage, 20 Cage Hill,
Swaffham Prior, Cambridge CB25 0JS
T: 01638 741926 F: 01638 741861
E: hilary@themeadowhouse.co.uk
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The Two Counties
Motor Show
A great day out for all the family
Rowley Mile Racecourse, Newmarket
Sunday June 27th 2010
10am - 5pm
For full details telephone
01223 812405
www.twocounties-motorshow.org.uk
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‘West Suffolk is alive with special events and
activities taking place throughout the year.’
30-31 January &
6-7, 13-14 & 20-21 February 2010
Snowdrop Weekends
Chippenham Park, Newmarket
11-3pm £4 per head dogs on leads
20 March 2010
Open Gardens
Chippenham Park, Newmarket
(NOT part of National Gardens events)
14-30 May 2010
Bury St Edmunds Festival
Now in its 24th year the Bury St Edmunds
Festival has grown to become one of East Anglia’s
major annual events. It offers two weeks of
concerts and events in an stunning setting with
orchestral and chamber music, jazz, comedy,
dance, theatre, walks, talks, exhibitions and flm
culminating in a magical freworks display in the
Abbey Gardens on the fnal night.
For more details call 01284 757062
www.buryfestival.co.uk
5 - 6 June 2010
Scarecrow Festival
Barton Mills, Newmarket
For more details call 01638 713155
www.bartonmillsscarecrows.com
13 June 2010
Rural pastimes
Euston Hall, Newmarket
www.eustonruralpastimes.org.uk
20 June 2010
Hidden Gardens of
Bury St Edmunds
A popular event throughout Suffolk, the Hidden
Gardens of Bury St Edmunds offers a unique
chance to see over 30 private gardens.
For more details call 01284 764667
20 June 2010
Open Gardens
Chippenham Park, Newmarket
(part of National Gardens events)
20 June 2010
Nowton Park Country Fair
For a brilliant day out for all the family pop
along to the Nowton Park Country Fair.
Combining jaw-dropping arena events with
traditional country pastimes, a beautiful
setting, craft and food stalls there will be
plenty for everyone to see and do.
For more details call 01284 764667
27 June 2010
Two Counties Motor Show
East Anglia’s premier motoring event, the
Two Counties Motor Show will be back at
Newmarket’s NatWest Rowley Mile Racecourse
for its 11th year. From 200mph dragsters to the
town run about, from the smallest micro to the
giant truck the 2010 show is set to be bigger and
better than ever.
www.twocountiesmotorshow.org.uk
26 June 2010
Armed Forces Day
A family fun day in the Abbey Gardens, Bury St
Edmunds celebrating our military connections.
01284 764667
16 - 18 July 2010
Weeting Steam Engine Rally
and Country Show
Weeting Steam Engine Rally and Country
Show features trade and craft stalls, working
demonstrations, vintage vehicles and
miniature steam railway all within the beautiful
setting of Fengate Farm.
01842 810317
www.weetingrally.co.uk
14-15 August 2010
Heart Air Display 2010 &
Classic Car Show
Rougham Airfeld, Bury St Edmunds
The largest air show in West Suffolk complete
with agricultural craft, family fun and vehicle
displays.
01359 270524
www.roughamairfeld.org
10-13 September 2010
Heritage Open Days
A whole programme of free events taking place
in West Suffolk contact the Tourist Information
Centre for more details.
01284 764667
www.stedmundsbury.gov.uk
12 September 2010
Heritage Open Day
Various events going on through out the region
including Palace House. A Family Fun Day with
falconry, Suffolk Punch wagon rides, children’s
craft activities and music.
For more information call 01638 667200 or
01284 764667
10 October 2010
Open Gardens
Chippenham Park, Newmarket
(NOT part of National Gardens events)
26-28 November 2010
Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre
Over 150 stalls, continental market, on stage
and street entertainment, fun fair and much
more! The Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre is
a much looked forward to event bringing the
magic of Christmas to life.
For more details call 01284 764667
www.burystedmundschristmasfayre.co.uk
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West Suffolk
From the late 16th Century through to the Second
World War, West Suffolk has formed tight bonds with
America and its people.
The Great Captain Gosnold
Captain Bartholomew Gosnold, a Suffolk-
born adventurer and explorer, led expeditions
to America where he made world-changing
history. His frst expedition to the New World in
1602 was taken after the untimely death of his
daughter, Martha, who is buried in the Great
Churchyard, Bury St Edmunds – later to become
the magnifcent St Edmundsbury Cathedral. On
this frst voyage he named an island after his
beloved daughter calling it Martha’s Vineyard, in
present day Massachusetts.
Gosnold’s second expedition aboard his
ship, the Godspeed in 1607, led to the
founding of Jamestown, Virginia and 2007
saw the celebration of the 400th Anniversary
of the American settlement. A modern
representation of Gosnold’s ship can be seen
in the garden of the Cathedral’s Refectory.
Several kneelers make reference to the strong
links between Suffolk and America, and the
cathedral’s treasury was endowed by the
Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation.
World War II
During World War II, allied service men and
women along with many bomber groups of
the American Air Force were stationed in West
Suffolk. Two miles east of Bury St Edmunds
you will fnd the Old Control Tower at
Rougham, a museum which marks the
wartime home of the 94th bomber Group.
Bury St Edmunds is noted for its award-winning
gardens, including the John Appleby Rose
Garden, a memorial garden dedicated to the
American servicemen stationed in West Suffolk.
John Appleby, an American serviceman, wrote
an account of his journeys (on his bicycle)
called ‘Suffolk Summer’ (available from the
Tourist Information Centre).
Modern Links
Today, West Suffolk is home to RAF Mildenhall
which serves as the lone air refuelling wing
for US airforces in Europe. RAF Lakenheath
is home to one of Europe’s biggest bomber
feets and was the setting for the James Bond
movie ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’.
West Suffolk’s
American Connections
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The Best Western Priory Hotel in
Bury St Edmunds is one of those
rare and delightful discoveries;
a privately owned and operated
hotel where the welcome is
warm and personal, offering
the very highest standards of
hospitality and service.
Individually designed and elegantly
furnished, every bedroom at the Best
Western Priory has been conceived
to provide high standards of comfort.
Spacious and individually decorated
rooms offer excellent quality and comfort
ensuring you experience a refreshing and
relaxing stay.
Enjoy the fnest hospitality together with
sumptuous food from the award winning
restaurant; and all just a mile from the town
centre, quietly hidden behind the historic
walls of an old priory.
Perfectly situated for exploring East Anglia,
this gracious hotel boasts award-winning
cuisine complemented by a warm, friendly
country house ambience.
Some of the towns top attractions include;
The Abbey Gardens and Cathedral, Greene
King Museum and Brewery Tours, Theatre
Royal, not to mention the wealth of shops
and boutiques and popular traditional
market twice a week. Alternatively visit the
historic town of Lavenham or Newmarket;
home of British Horse Racing.
For your chance to win, please
complete the entry form overleaf.
Subject to availability.
Excludes racing and sales.
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you the opportunity to win a fabulous weekend break at the Best Western Priory Hotel.
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Index of Accommodation
Please refer to town maps and fold out map for
locations of listed accommodation.
Hotel accommodation - Bury St Edmunds
Name Village/town Pg Ad
Angel Hotel Bury St Edmunds 35
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Best Western Priory Hotel Bury St Edmunds 35
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B&B accommodation - Bury St Edmunds
Name Village/town Pg Ad
Regency House Bury St Edmunds 36
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The Abbey Bury St Edmunds 36
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Chantry Bury St Edmunds 37
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Clarice House Bury St Edmunds 37
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Ounce House Bury St Edmunds 37
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11 Abbot Road Bury St Edmunds 38
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St Andrews Lodge Bury St Edmunds 38
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Black Boy Bury St Edmunds 38
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Dunston Guest House Bury St Edmunds 38
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Hamilton House Bury St Edmunds 38
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Hilltop Bury St Edmunds 39
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Nevill's lodge Bury St Edmunds 39
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The Old Cannon Brewery Bury St Edmunds 39
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6 Orchard Street Bury St Edmunds 39
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St Edmunds Guest House Bury St Edmunds 39
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Sycamore House Bury St Edmunds 40
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83 Whiting Street Bury St Edmunds 40
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The Wallow Bury St Edmunds 40
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Westbank Place Bury St Edmunds 40
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The Glen Bury St Edmunds 41
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Northbury House Bury St Edmunds 41
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Hotel accommodation - Bury St Edmunds Area
Name Village/town Pg Ad
The Bell Clare 42
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Ravenwood Hall Hotel Rougham 42
25
B&B accommodation - Bury St Edmunds Area
Name Village/town Pg Ad
Manorhouse Beyton 43
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Church Farm Bradfeld Combust 43
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Box Bush B&B
Holiday Cottage Brockley Green 43
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47 Benyon Gardens Culford 43
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Kiln Farm Guest House Elmswell 44
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Mulberry Farmhouse Elmswell 44
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Red House Farm Haughley 44
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North View Guest House Honnington 44
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The Willow Honnington 44
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Brighthouse Farm Lawshall 45
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Highwayman's B&B Risby 45
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Brambles Lodge Risby 45
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Oak Farm Barn Rougham 45
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Fox & Hounds Thurston 46
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Fen House B&B Pakenham 46
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4B&B Strenneth Fersfeld 46
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Laurel Farmhouse Bradfeld St George 46
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Self Catering accommodation -
Bury St Edmunds
Name Village/town Pg Ad
Brook Villa Bury St Edmunds 47
43
Garden Corner Bury St Edmunds 47
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Pump Lane House Bury St Edmunds 47
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Corner House Bury St Edmunds 47
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6 Athenaeum Lane Bury St Edmunds 48
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63 Guildhall Street Bury St Edmunds 48
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The Flat Bury St Edmunds 48
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147 Southgate Street Bury St Edmunds 48
50
15 Bridewell Lane Bury St Edmunds 48
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1 Alicia Court Bury St Edmunds 49
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Oliver's Retreat Bury St Edmunds 49
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Self Catering accommodation -
Bury St Edmunds Area
Name Village/town Pg Ad
Manorfat Beyton 49
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Hazelnut Cottage Culford 49
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Oak Farm Elmswell 50
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Wilwyn Cottage Hessett 50
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The Apple Store Elmswell 50
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Red House Farm Haughley 50
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Heathfeld Hessett 50
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Mill House Holiday Cottages Hitcham 51
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Garden Cottage Horringer 51
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The Court Lawshall 51
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The Old Granary Nowton 51
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The Dower House Flat Rattlesden 51
65
Rede Hall Farm Rede 51
66
Willow Farm Cottage Hargrave 52
67
Dovedon Mews Whepstead 52
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Hawstead House Hawstead 52
69
Roundwood House Cockfeld 52
70
The Old Piggery Horringer 53
71

Grove Cottage Thurston/Great Green 53
72
Caravan & Camping accommodation -
Bury St Edmunds Area
Name Village/town Pg Ad
Brighthouse Farm
Caravan & Campsite Lawshall 53
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The Dell, Touring Caravan
& Camping Park Thurston 53
74
Hotels accommodation - Newmarket
Name Village/town Pg Ad
The Cadogan Hotel Newmarket 55
75
Bedford Lodge Hotel Newmarket 56
76
Best Western Heath
Court Hotel Newmarket 57
77
The Rutland Arms Newmarket 57
78
Hotels accommodation - Newmarket Area
Name Village/town Pg Ad
Swynford Paddocks Hotel Six Mile Bottom 58
79
The Angel Hotel Bury St Edmunds 59
80
B&B accommodation - Newmarket
Name Village/town Pg Ad
Hilldown House Newmarket 60
81
Sandhurst Newmarket 60
82
The Walnuts Newmarket 60
83
B&B accommodation - Newmarket Area
Name Village/town Pg Ad
The Meadow House Burwell, Cambridge 61
84
The Olde Bull Inn Barton Mills 62
85
The Old Farmhouse Cheveley 63
86
1eleven B&B Cheveley 63
87
Chestnut House Burwell 63
88
The Rosery Exning 63
89
Harraton B&B Exning 63
90
The Willows Fordham 63
91
Anne's Bed & Breakfast Fordham 64
92
37 Newmarket Road Moulton 64
93
Black Horse Swaffam Bulbeck 64
94
Self Catering accommodation - Newmarket
Name Village/town Pg Ad
6 Belmont Court Newmarket 65
95
11 Ashbourne Court Newmarket 65
96
19 Tattersalls Cresent Newmarket 65
97
Wyck Hall Stud Newmarket 65
98
Self Catering accommodation -
Newmarket Area
Name Village/town Pg Ad
Syde House Saxon Street 66
99
Coach House & Stables Mildenhall 66
100
Old Garden Cottage Swaffham Prior
Cambridge 66
101
Hilary's Cottage Swaffham Prior
Cambridge 66
102
Please refer to town maps and fold out map for
locations of listed accommodation.
Index of Accommodation

Towns and Villages in West Suffolk

Bury St Edmunds

Welcome to the Beautiful Town of Bury St Edmunds

1. Arc Shopping Centre 2. St Edmundsbury Cathedral and Abbey Gardens

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Once home to one of the most powerful monastries in Medieval Europe, Bury St Edmunds has seen glory, turmoil and scandal over the centuries the likes of which few small towns could boast. Today it remains a busy and beautiful market town in the heart of East Anglia.
The abbey, built on the site of the shrine of the martyred Saxon King Edmund, rose to fame in the Middle Ages when St Edmund became the patron saint of England. It is said that at the high altar of the abbey 25 barons swore an oath in 1214 to force King John to ratify the Magna Carta, which he later did at Runnymede in Surrey. Magna Carta was a significant step towards the English democratic and legal system of today. Small wonder Bury St Edmunds is known as ‘Shrine of the King, Cradle of the Law’. The abbey precinct encompasses the giant ruins of the abbey, the splendid Abbey Gardens, the Cathedral Church of St James and St Mary’s Church. The Abbey Gate and the Norman Tower are the gateways to the precinct, and have become the symbols of Bury St Edmunds. 4 The Abbey Gardens regularly win national prizes for their superb bedding displays. Based on the botanic gardens laid out by Nathaniel Hodson, they boast many fine and original specimens - and are completely free to enter, every day of the year. The Norman grid system of the streets makes exploring on foot an easy business. A fine collection of public buildings in the town centre includes the Athenaeum, which opened in 1714 as an Assembly House and has been a centre for social life ever since. It was here that Charles Dickens gave public readings from his books. The Nutshell Pub in the centre of town is recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as Britain’s smallest pub, and is owned by local brewers Greene King.

Another treat is a visit to the brewery where you can take an excellent tour of the brew house, visitor centre and brewery tap. Bury St Edmunds is also home to the muchloved Theatre Royal, the oldest working Georgian theatre in the country, and a selection of museums and galleries including the Art Gallery, Moyse’s Hall Museum and the Malthouse. The town is a shoppers’ paradise with an extensive selection of unusual and independent stores lining its historic streets. The twice-weekly market is a great place to spot a bargain. The new shopping centre 'arc' extends Bury St Edmunds' appeal as a place to live, work and spend quality leisure time. The retail mix includes Debenhams, Top shop/ Topman, H&M, HMV, Monsoon/ Accessorize, Fat Face, Next, Wallis, Paperchase, Waterstones, Clarks, River Island, Costa, New Look, Peacocks, Vodafone and more. If you want to explore the town’s finest buildings and learn some surprising facts take one of the excellent guided tours offered by the Bury St Edmunds Association of Registered Tour Guides. Tours are available from May-September and booked at the Tourist Information Centre.

Highlights
Walking tour Historic core of Bury St Edmunds Visit St Edmundsbury Cathedral - The Abbey Gardens - Theatre Royal - Greene King Visitor Centre

Spend a day exploring the rich heritage of Bury St Edmunds with its beautiful historic buildings and winding streets. Best enjoyed on foot, start your day at the magnificent St Edmundsbury Cathedral with its 140ft tower before strolling through the awardwinning Abbey Gardens to see colourful floral displays in the summer months. A short walk away is the recently restored Theatre Royal. Built in 1819 the theatre is the only surviving Regency Playhouse in the country and tours run throughout the week. After stopping off at one of the town’s lovely cafés for a well-earned lunch visit the Greene King Visitor Centre, a museum devoted to the region’s best-known brewer where you can even sample one of their famous ales – the perfect way to round off your day. 5

Bury St Edmunds

Towns and Villages in West Suffolk

Bury St Edmunds - Clare

Bury St Edmunds - Haverhill

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The pretty market town of Clare boasts a variety of antique shops, art galleries, coffee houses and traditional pubs. It was given by William the Conqueror to his relative Richard de Beinfait, the first Earl of Clare, and members of his family played an important part in national history, including the drawing up of the Magna Carta and calling the first popular parliament. The parish church of St Peter and St Paul, built in 1450, reflects the great wealth of the community in earlier times. The town’s fine architectural legacy also includes Ancient House, the town’s museum, timbered and pargetted facades along the streets and the 13th century priory. The town has 30 acres of landscaped parkland fronting the river Stour, with a visitor centre housed in a former railway station and a romantic, crumbling Norman castle. Guided walks are available during the summer.

Highlights
VISIT - Church of St Peter and St Paul - Ancient House museum - Clare Castle Country Park - Walks along the River Stour - Browsing the antique shops and art galleries - A traditional afternoon cream tea - Guided tours
1. Aerial view of Clare showing the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul 2 & 3. Traditional cottages in Clare Village

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Fire destroyed many of Haverhill’s older buildings in 1665, although Anne of Cleves’ House, once part of the dower of the Queen’s Consort of England, has been renovated. Haverhill is interesting for its Victorian architecture, and there is a local history centre at the Arts Centre on the High Street. The Arts Centre also offers drama, music, comedy and visual arts throughout the year. East Town Park, situated on the edge of the town, is popular for walks while there is also a children’s play area. With way-marked trails and a visitor centre it offers a great day out for all the family. New for this year is the opening of the Museum of Computing Science - a museum dedicated to the history of computers.

Highlights
VISIT - Arts Centre - NEW Museum of Computing Science - East Town Park - Railway walk (3 miles) through Haverhill Nature Reserve - Exploring the meadows in East Town Park
1. East Town Park 2. Anne of Cleves House 3. St Mary's Church

ENJOY

For further details on Haverhill contact the Tourist Information Centre. Tel: 01284 764667

For further information on Clare, contact the Tourist Information Centre. Tel: 01284 764667
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Newmarket is home to two magnificent racecourses that attract race goers from all over the world. Newmarket . Foal at Newmarket stud 1 2 3 The home of British Horseracing.500 racehorses train on the gallops each morning from Monday to Saturday.15 and 2pm last 75 minutes. with its mix of natural landscapes. take place at the world-class Rowley Mile Racecourse and the July Course including: • May – Stan James 2000 Guineas • July – Newmarket July Festival featuring Lanson Ladies Day • June & August – Newmarket Nights.Towns and Villages in West Suffolk Newmarket Welcome to the Unique Town of Newmarket 1. the Town Plate. walks and cycle routes. starting as early as sunrise. 9 Space to breathe Newmarket has an enviable location. Twice daily tours at 11. bike rides and bird watching. head into town for a delicious meal and maybe sample some of the Queens favourite 'Newmarket Sausages'. Over 2. King James I and later King Charles II were integral in establishing the towns now world-famous horseracing industry. There is also an extensive selection of guide books on the rest of the country too! A unique High Street With its mix of familiar high-street names and independent shops. if you are part of a larger group. whilst the rest of the Palace is available for hire for conferences. took place in Newmarket in the 1600s and was won by King Charles II. Friday night racing and live concerts with some of the biggest musical names 8 For horseracing enthusiasts there is much to see. Newmarket Set in 500 acres of tree lined paddocks it is home to top class thoroughbreds. Take an expert-led tour and browse the museum packed with fascinating artefacts. Rowley Mile Racecourse provides a great venue with the Two Counties Motor Show and Newmarket Carnival taking place here annually. At the top of the High Street take a moment to admire the Clock Tower. are taken by coach and on foot which provide a unique opportunity to see stallions. Newmarket is a wonderful place for a weekend or short break in beautiful West Suffolk. Discover how Newmarket became the home of British Horseracing with a visit to the National Horseracing Museum in the heart of the town. The best time to see the magnificent animals is between 7am and 10am. Throughout the year. Day Out at the Races 2. Visit National Stud. Walk in the steps of Kings and Queens who have been visiting Newmarket since the early 17th Century bringing with them their passion for horseracing. built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1887. Delve into the fascinating history surrounding the sport at the National Horseracing Museum or. At the end of the day. weddings and exhibitions. Make sure you don't miss a thing by starting off at the Tourist Information Centre which is set in the grand surroundings of the former Palace of King Charles II. Today. arts and crafts shows. Newmarket has plenty to attract the shopping enthusiast. chalk downlands. you'll see one of Newmarket's best shows 100's of racehorses parading the town using the network of special horse walks and unique horse traffic lights. Don't forget to visit the great coffee and gift shop and stop to see the miniature Shetland ponies. along with many others. Other popular events include heritage open day. This event. One of the very first British races. maps. join the Newmarket Experience for a fascinating guided tour. The ground floor is now home to a small shop with carefully selected gifts and souvenirs along with an extensive range of literature including local guide books. rich agricultural fenlands and sandy brecklands. Newmarket hosts a number of spectacular events that take place throughout the town and surrounding area. One of the most unusual events being snail racing in the aptly named village of Snailwell. and village fetes in some of the prettiest Suffolk villages. escape from town to country in just a few minutes for walks. Highlights Visit National Horseracing Museum – Newmarket As you venture out from your accommodation. Newmarket 3. mares and foals who reside there.

Mildenhall was an important bomber base.Weekly Markets (Thurs & Sat) . For beautiful riverside walks. Motocross held every Sunday. Walks starting from the Park take the visitor into the surrounding Thetford Forest.Golf at Worlington and Kenny Hill . and Bury St Edmunds.Brandon Heritage Centre . a local market is held here every Friday. the Little Ouse River is the perfect spot.Stockcar racing at Mildenhall Stadium (every other Saturday. such as Ely with its famous cathedral.Brandon Brewery . 10am) SEE Highlights VISIT . Established by Royal Charter in 1412. Visitors to Mildenhall can enjoy some wonderful walks including a short one-mile walk to Barton Mills. tearoom and interpretation boards. Mildenhall was selected to be the home of the first of the RAFs new style bomber bases and during the Second World War. is well worth a visit’ Start off at the Heritage Centre where you’ll uncover a wealth of information and artefacts relating to Brandon’s history from Neolithic times to its more recent involvement with flint-knapping and the rabbit fur trade (open seasonally). Brandon County Park. The Little Ouse Path is an easy walk along the tranquil river and through woodland full of wildlife. considered to be one of the finest in West Suffolk . used for hanging criminals years ago. at the heart of the Brecks.Deer and rare birds at Thetford Forest .St Mary’s Parish Church.Off-road driving at Wildtracks SEE ENJOY 11 Mildenhall & Brandon .Brandon ‘A small. One of the biggest rallies of its kind in the country ENJOY . rowing boats are available to hire.Fishing along the River Lark . a market town.Towns and Villages in West Suffolk Newmarket . is a stunning 32-acre park with miles of walking and cycling trails along with picnic sites.Cycling Rally every August Bank Holiday with hundreds of events and trade stands. Hotel and bed and breakfast accommodation is available in the town along with friendly local pubs and great restaurants catering for most peoples tastes (and thirsts!) making for a truly enjoyable visit to Brandon. pretty medieval market town’ Mildenhall is an attractive market town with a history dating back to the Doomsday Book of 1086. 7.Easy cycle routes around Brandon Country Park ANNUAL . ‘Brandon.Mildenhall Museum . steeped in history. occasional low flying aircraft can be spotted in the area. just on the edge of the fens and is an ideal place to stay to visit nearby historic towns. Highlights VISIT . For the more adventurous.Mildenhall Newmarket . or for the more energetic the Lark Valley Walk stretches 10 miles along the River Lark to Bury St Edmunds.Karting at Red Lodge . 10 Since 1950 it has been home to the United States Air Force and for aviation enthusiasts. Mildenhall boasts fine timber framed buildings and traditional English pubs.30pm) .Walking in The Brecks . The Visitor Centre is packed with useful information plus a shop. It is surrounded by the beautiful River Lark. The town centres on the Market Place with its 16th century hexagonal distinctive Market Cross. where there is every chance of seeing a muntjac deer or doing some bird watching. In 1931.Greyhound racing at Mildenhall Stadium (bi-weekly Tuesdays & Fridays.

Cambridge is just a short journey from West Suffolk. punting on the river. The buzzing atmosphere of Cambridge along with its beautiful historic buildings. There are also museums and galleries. visit Lavenham and step back in time. A great way to explore the city is with a qualified Blue or Green Badge Guide. Cambridge and enjoy a walking tour round many of the city’s best attractions including King’s College Chapel. You will certainly need several visits to appreciate its beauty at any time of the year. King's College 13 Great Days Out . plus gorgeous open spaces and parks where you can relax and enjoy a picnic. watching the world go by. 12 14 Visit one of England’s most famous university cities. there is plenty to delight. visible from the moment you arrive or for a change of pace. it’s easy to explore the surrounding towns. Go punting on the River Cam. Pop in the Park and many Shakespeare plays that are performed within the college grounds plus many other exciting events that take place in Cambridge annually. The great outdoors is also home to the internationally renowned Cambridge Folk Festival. take tea at the Orchard where the famous poet Byron spent many an afternoon or take in a show at the Cambridge Arts Theatre or the Corn Exchange.. Hop on the train to Ely and see the incredible cathedral known as the ‘Ship of the Fens’. Punts on the River Cam 2. cobbled streets and in the three shopping centres. Keen gardeners and horticulturalists alike will love the college gardens and be delighted by the Cambridge University Botanic Garden.. For shoppers. With excellent road and rail links. Find out more in our guide in the following pages. cities and picture postcard villages nearby. you will soon learn much about how this historic city has evolved over the centuries. the world-famous King’s College Chapel and hundreds of students on bicycles certainly won’t disappoint.Planning Your Visit Great Days Out Historic Cambridge Come and explore. Planning your visit 12 Days Out 20 West Suffolk Places to Eat 22 Top Tips for a Green Visit 24 Attractions 2 One of England’s most famous and charming university cities. 1. or enjoy a little retail therapy in the wide and varied selection of shops on the winding. With their knowledge and enthusiasm. There are so many wonderful things to enjoy in Cambridge. Lose yourself in the many book shops.

pubs and restaurants. This includes the Church of St Peter and St Paul. Lavenham is a magical place to visit. Guided walks take place between April and October and the village will be part of the South & Heart of Suffolk Walking Festival which takes place in May.gov. built in 1529. the staff at Ely Cathedral have become accustomed to rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous.Planning Your Visit Visit Ely Medieval Lavenham 1 1. charm and beauty. Tudor House at Lavenham Lavenham has been described as “the finest medieval town in England” and it has no fewer than 300 of its buildings listed as being of architectural or historic interest. housed in the South Triforium of Ely Cathedral. Along with a visit by David Dimbleby’s 'How We Built Britain'. standing in the market place and surrounded almost entirely by timber-framed buildings. antiques to walking there is much to be enjoyed and in the beautiful countryside that has inspired great artists such as Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable. Ely 2 Ely Cathedral Visit the Stained Glass Museum. Much recommended is a walk along the disused railway line. This small city is full of history. Without a doubt. one of Ely’s best-known historical figures. is perhaps the town’s most prominent feature. Don’t forget to stop off at one of the traditional tearooms or restaurants. Oliver Cromwell Battle 2. This circular walk takes you past the oldest parts of Ely and down to the beautiful riverside area. lunch or dinner in one of the many fabulous tea rooms. art galleries or markets. Lavenham Tourist Information Centre Tel: 01787 248207 www. Around 600 years ago. Take the opportunity to visit the many gift shops. Today this is evident through the number of magnificent buildings that were built by the wealthy cloth merchants. River Ouse.uk 14 15 Great Days Out . antique shops. Follow the city’s heritage public art eel trail and explore on foot. rising majestically into wide-open skies and towering over the fens. Known locally as the ‘Ship of the Fens’ it is famous for its unique Octagon tower. the only museum dedicated to stained glass in the country or step into the home of Oliver Cromwell. The appearance of the town has changed little over the years: half-timbered houses lean crazily over the narrow streets. Whatever your passion from sightseeing to sailing. can be seen for miles. Ely’s Waterside is a hot spot for visitors wishing to relax and browse the three storey Waterside Antique Centre. Lavenham is a joy to explore. craft shops. many set in beautiful architecture and stunning gardens.southandheartofsuffolk. the cloth industry was thriving with those living and working in Suffolk accumulating significant fortunes. South Suffolk has a fantastic range of places to see and visit. which is among the finest in East Anglia – a magnificent church with a tower of 141 feet. The Guildhall. In recent times the cathedral has twice been transformed into a film set for Elizabeth’s I sequel ‘The Golden Age’ starring Cate Blanchett and Henry’s VIII ‘The Other Boleyn Girl’. Ely’s most popular attraction is its magnificent cathedral. followed by a wander through the gift and antiques shops and a cream tea. which when lit. A town that was at the heart of the wool industry was Lavenham and during the reign of Henry VIII it was ranked as the fourteenth wealthiest town in England.

a great Gothic Wool Church.Bury St Edmunds Inspire curious young minds with a visit to the West Stow Anglo-Saxon village where history comes alive. After lunch. Park & Gardens If you’re passionate about history and heritage then venture into the rolling countryside to Clare. visitors can go inside the houses. visit one of the many wellpresented National Trust properties such as Ickworth House. Special events are held throughout the year for families so everyone can experience the thrill and fun of the races. Clare Castle Country Park and Ancient House Museum.Planning Your Visit Great Days Out Make sure you don’t miss a thing! Whether you’re holidaying with family. A heritage discovery tour Places to visit: • Clare • Ancient House Museum • Ickworth House. cycling trails and nature reserves to explore. and experience the smells and tastes of the ancient settlement. In the afternoon. Bury Leisure Centre has many activities available along with four swimming pools. one of the most varied landscapes in the UK. tarzan swings and zip slides.. an award-winning high wire forest adventure course of rope bridges. take the short drive from The Brecks to Newmarket Rowley Mile Racecourse for a family-friendly afternoon of horseracing. For even more excitement. Action packed! Places to visit: • The Brecks • Go Ape • Newmarket Races Start off your day in The Brecks. After all that exploration and exercise you’re sure to have worked up an appetite so visit the beautiful town of Bury St Edmunds where you’ll find many great places to eat including well-known restaurant names and family-friendly pubs. a group of friends or a special someone we’ve come up with a whole host of suggested days out . 16 14 17 Great Days Out .. Each itinerary has a theme. historic discoveries or outdoor activities – then follow our guides to discover some of the very best West Suffolk has to offer. a magnificent Georgian Palace surrounded by an idyllic English landscape. talk to the villagers. dive back into the present at one of the leisure centres. A working museum. all set high up in the trees. For energetic children (and adults) visit Go Ape. where you’ll find walks. Past and present Places to visit: • West Stow Anglo Saxon Village • Bury Leisure Centre . so just decide what you want to do – whether you’re after family fun. Park & Gardens. A walking tour of the town will reveal a 13th century Priory. Suffolk’s smallest town with a deeply fascinating history and timeless beauty.

Mildenhall • Lackford • RSPB reserve . old and new. Bradfield Woods • Butterfly meadow at Hardwick Heath • Nowton Park with its puzzling maze. the first stop on your tour. with its fine collection of medieval and Tudor architecture including the 13th century Crooked House Gallery with its delightful range of ceramics. Thomas Gainsborough. Start your day with a beautiful walk at Barton Mills Riverside Reserve through six different habitats including woodland and pine forest. a lovely stop for morning coffee or lunch. More great places to visit include… • Ancient working woodlands. From here take the picturesque drive through the countryside that inspired one of Britain’s greatest artist’s. 18 14 Discover natural West Suffolk Places to visit: • Barton Mills Riverside Reserve . The walk ends at Mildenhall. with 18th century furniture and memorabilia. meadows and woodland is home to many species including tufted duck. a visit to Lackford Lakes is sure to please.Planning Your Visit Great Days Out Why not make up your own great day out. paintings. Step back in time in Lavenham. shoveler and goosander. For birdwatchers. textiles and more. 19 Great Days Out . to Sudbury where you can visit Gainsborough’s House with its outstanding collection of the artist’s work. arboretum and totem pole • High Lodge Visitor Centre for outdoor action • Neolithic flint mines at Grimes Grave • Brandon Country Park with its rich and abundance of wildlife • Millers Trail • Wicken Fen Walk in the footsteps of great artists Places to visit: • Crooked House Gallery – Lavenham • Gainsborough House The Suffolk landscape has long been an inspiration to artists.Lakenheath Fen The unique habitats in West Suffolk provide a haven for numerous bird and animal species. writers and musicians. and there are many wonderful places to see great art. A beautiful reserve of reed beds.

co.Planning Your Visit Food A celebration of food Bury St Edmunds The Old Cannon Brewery Bury’s unique micro brewery and brasserie.uk 26-28 November 2010 Christmas Fayre.street market Market opening dates and times Location Brandon Bury St Edmunds Ely* Ely Farmers Market Haverhill Littleport Mildenhall Newmarket Wyken Hall Farmers Market *2nd and 4th Saturday in each month Mon Tue 4 4 Wed 4 Thur 4 4 Fri 4 4 Sat 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Sun - Specialities Newmarket sausages and breweries in Bury St Edmunds… While we’re proud of the many great foods available.co. 20 14 21 Where to Eat . The UK’s largest Britishowned brewery is located in the market town and there is also a visitor centre where you can see how it’s made. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1JR T: 01284 768769 E: eat@oldcannonbrewery. Many take advantage of the wonderful foods available and create delicious dishes from seasonal ingredients. kitchen closed) Finalist 'Best Food Pub' Suffolk Food & Drink Awards 2009 The Old Cannon Brewery.burystedmundschristmasfayre. Visit the colourful market in Bury St Edmunds.uk Local and organic A rich agricultural region.uk 02-03 June 2010 Suffolk Show www.uk Bury St Edmunds . try and buy everything from honey to wine. locally and organically. sausages and ales are two particular specialities. ice cream to home-made breads. And if you’re sampling these in one of the local restaurants then a Greene King ale is the perfect accompaniment. West Suffolk is home to many talented people who grow and produce fantastic foods. Musk’s and Powter’s. Summer beer garden. A warm welcome From cosy cafés to modern restaurants.southsuffolkshow. Newmarket is home to two award-winning sausage producers. Sunday Roast. whose reputations are world famous. there is a great selection of places to eat in and around West Suffolk.oldcannonbrewery. Lunch daily 12-2pm (Mondays bar snacks only) Dinner 6-9.co. as well as one of the bustling farmers markets where you can taste. popular with locals. produced and sourced locally.co. Real ales brewed on site complement the fresh and local produce cooked to order.co. even amongst the Royal family. Eat surrounded by the spectacular stainless steel brewing vessels or beside a warm and cosy fire. Try for yourself Treat your tastebuds to some West Suffolk delights at one the many events taking place throughout the year: 09 May 2010 South Suffolk Show.uk W & virtual tour: www.suffolkshow. near Bury St Edmunds www.15pm Tuesday to Saturday (Sunday & Monday evenings. 86 Cannon Street. charming tearooms to traditional pubs. Bury St Edmunds www. all grown and produced just a few miles away.

Visitor Centre open including toilets: 1st Mar – 31st Oct. 14 Great Days Out . recently voted amongst Britain’s “Top Ten Treasures”. tea room and tourist information point. dairy equipment and tools indigenous to the fen landscape. Informative interpretation boards on site and in the Visitor’s Centre. Small actions. The spectacular ceiling has exquisitely carved angels and the 112 feet tall square tower provides the opportunity to view the surrounding countryside including the River Lark and its riverside walks.suffolkcc.4pm. Mildenhall. Brandon is an attractive. St Mary's Church is now open during the day and the public are welcome to visit. Mildenhall and is regarded by many as one of the most beautiful in Suffolk. Further information and an Official Guide of St Mary's Church can be obtained through Mildenhall TIC based at Mildenhall Bus Station. On the B1106. small changes can make a huge difference. so just bring your good habits on holiday too. You won’t be far from a farmers’ market or farm shop either. Experiencing local food and drink in a local restaurant or pub really does add something special to your visit. so why not consider walking or cycling – it’s good for you and the environment. The sheer size of the building.suffolkcc. You probably already do lots of these energy saving things at home. traditional Country Park covering 32 acres. Please contact the museum for opening times.5pm. Take a trip to the Tourist Information Centre for some great ideas on what to do. Mary's Parish Church St.4pm.5. On the B1106. Open from Easter to December. The museum also exhibits a fascinating collection of local memorabilia. cycle and easy access trails and play equipment (including wheelchair swing). The church was rebuilt in the 15th century yet retains many original features dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries including its angel roof. wide aisles.Planning Your Visit Green Tips Mildenhall Museum Housing a wonderful display including replicas of the Mildenhall Treasure. St. Call for Xmas opening. Mildenhall Museum. Sat and Sun. 10am . which houses gift shop. daily 10am . Historical interest is provided by mausoleum. Remember to look out for those taking part in the Suffolk Breakfast Initiative too. If the church is closed a key is available from Stebbings Shoe Shop on the High Street or for help telephone the vicarage on 01638 711930. There is a regular train service between Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket and other towns in the area.30pm. By placing litter in bins or taking it home to recycle makes the area more pleasurable for others. Brandon IP27 0SU T: 01842 810185 F: 01842 810185 E: wendy. open daily. 1st Nov – 28th Feb.gov. including archaeological finds. Open Dawn to dusk 7 days a week. It offers well marked walks. 3. 10am .5pm. is an indication of the wealth of the area in medieval times when the wool trade made Suffolk the industrial centre of England. along with bus routes and specialist car-free schemes. Go local. A full calendar of children’s events. Brandon Country Park Uniquely situated in the heart of the Brecks and on the doorstep of Thetford Forest.baker@et. Bury Road. Entrance and car parking free. Picnic facilities. Become a Destination Detective Exploring locally can be great fun. Open Dawn to dusk 7 days a week.uk W: www. try using the bus – you’ll be able to enjoy the views much more that way. Can you car-less when you visit? When getting out and about.gov. Brandon Country Park. Re-use and recycle We take our recycling pretty seriously in Suffolk. 4. woodcarvings and ornate east window. one mile south of Brandon. 1st Nov – 28th Feb. nightjar and fungi walks. big changes From just remembering to turn off the lights in your hotel to turning the tap off when you brush your teeth. 1. Sat and Sun. lake and attractive flint walled garden. Visitor Centre open including toilets: 1st Mar – 31st Oct. Mon-Fri 10am . Mildenhall IP28 7EX T: 01638 716970 Free entry. T: 01638 581091. one mile south of Brandon.uk 2. it’s miles better! It’s all about local distinctiveness.5. King Street. which recognises the county’s great food and farming heritage. Call for Xmas opening. so it would be great if you can help us by doing your bit where possible.30pm. Mary's Parish Church stands off the High Street. Visitor Centre. daily 10am . Mon-Fri 10am . 168 feet long by 65 feet wide. 5. home to a great deal of aviation history.

a great combination of racing and live music in the evening. 24 14 Discover more with a guided tour Guided tours are the perfect way to discover more about your destination.just browse our comprehensive attraction pages to find some inspiring ideas. A shopping experience to remember Luxurious boutiques. quaint gift shops. Bags of entertainment For drama. Discover local history at Moyse’s Hall Museum or visit the Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery where you can find great work and fresh ideas by artists and designers from Britain and abroad. enjoy the outdoors and get active walking. comedy and more. Take in a show in the beautiful Theatre Royal.angcomleisure. scandals and stories of Bury St Edmunds on the ‘Live the Legend’ tour. There are many more to choose from and full details are available from any Tourist Information Centre. Why not make your whole day a ‘green’ day? Find out about alternative travel options so you can leave the car behind and help us protect our beautiful countryside for future generations. Our best parks include Brandon Country Park and High Lodge Forest Centre. thrills. Jump into the fascinating world of horseracing at The National Stud in Newmarket or learn the secrets. ale tasting in Bury St Edmunds … you’ll find there are many fantastic things to do in West Suffolk . there is something for everyone whatever your passion. … and ‘green’ days Spend a day in one of our parks. biking. exploring a nature trail and birdwatching. Stately homes. or enjoy a concert in the wonderful setting of St Edmundsbury Cathedral in Bury St Edmunds.com angliacommunityleisure Working in partnership with FOREST HEATH DISTRICT COUNCIL 25 Great Days Out . visit one of the events that take place throughout the year such as the Christmas Fayre in Bury St Edmunds with over 150 stalls and a continental market.West Suffolk Make the most of West Suffolk Horseracing in Newmarket. ancient ruins and outstanding country parks are all within easy reach. brandonmildenhallnewmarket If you are visiting West Suffolk on business or pleasure why not make use of our leisure facilities? haveACTIVE! fun KEEPING ‘Day passes’ available Newmarket leisure Mildenhall leisure Mildenhall swimming Brandon leisure 01638 782 500 01638 717 737 01638 712 515 01842 813 748 Planning Your Visit Great days… You’ll never be far from a great place to visit. www. For more unusual gifts and buys. there are many places to find great entertainment. With all this variety. For thrills and excitement then a visit to Newmarket Racecourse is an absolute must – look out for Newmarket Nights. tempting chocolate shops …experience delightful shopping in West Suffolk. biking in The Brecks.

Come and experience The Home of Racing. postcards.co. Fun. completed in 2005 and embellished with a oak. Guided tours available.m. Quite simply anyone with even just a passing interest in the “Sport of Kings” should visit Newmarket Racecourses at least once in their lifetime. Free admission.officer@stedscathedral. (3.org W: www.uk A visit to The National Stud offers a fascinating insight to the world of Thoroughbred horse breeding.30 p. CDs.co.m.m.burystedmundsartgallery. in winter) Don’t miss the Cathedral Shop for gifts.30 a. Open daily from 8.com Guineas Festival.m. THE NATIONAL STUD A Visit To Remember � Tours daily from 15th February 30th September at 11. the Cathedral’s café/restaurant. followed by a behind the scenes tour of the July racecourse and enjoy a live band or artiste after racing � Personal Private Tours are available by prior arrangement � Large parties welcome at all times.org gallery Blackthorpe Barn 26 14 27 Great Days Out . T: 01284 748720 E: visitor.uk or call 0844 5793 010 BURY ST EDMUNDS art See history in the making at Suffolk’s Cathedral with its new gothic style lantern tower. delicious cakes and scones or a traditional English lunch.00 The Market Cross.00 p. Open Monday to Saturday 9. fun-filled Summer Saturdays and the epic Champion’s Day.Planning Your Visit IF 30 U BO % P OK DIS TO IN CO G U ON NT LI NE Serious. to 6.30 a.stedscathedral.31st October at 11. gilded vault in 2009. donations welcome. Newmarket is the historic Home of Horseracing offering a treasure trove of sights and sounds for the racing enthusiast.newmarketracecourses.15am and 2pm � 1st October .m. Bookings by prior arrangement � Wavertree's Coffee and Gift Shop is open daily from 9am tel: 01638 663 464 email: tours@nationalstud.00 p. pray or join worship. the Newmarket July Festival.nationalstud.30 -5. Highlights for 2010 include the stanjames. Visit the Refectory.uk contemporary art exhibitions & craft shop Admission Free Tuesdays-Saturdays 10. books and greetings cards.00 a.co. Open Monday to Saturday 10.30 p. for Fairtrade tea/coffee. high tea at Wavertree's Coffee Shop restaurant. to 5.co. to 4. our famous Newmarket Nights concerts. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1BT 01284 762 081: www. All welcome to visit.m. For a full fixtures list please see our website. St Edmundsbury Cathedral NEW FOR 2010 UP TO 50% DISCOUNT FOR GROUPS Visit www.uk www.m.15am only � ‘Newmarket Nights Tour’ Pre-book a tour of the stud.

Planning Your Visit L A N D SC A P E • W I L D L I F E • H I STO RY • ADVE NTU R E • AC TIVITI ES BRECKS © Fisheye Images Free Information Pack: 01842 760116 www.uk Brandon Brandon Country Park Visitors Centre 01842 814955 Lady Street CO10 9RA Palace House 01787 248207 Palace St CB8 8EP lavenhamtic@babergh.gov.uk Sudbury Town Hall Market Hill CO10 1TL 01787 881320 sudburytic@babergh.gov.gov.uk Lavenham Newmarket Museum of East Anglian Life IP14 1DL 01449 676800 tic@midsuffolk.gov.tic@waveney.uk 01502 724729 southwold.gov.gov.gov.Stephen’s Lane IP1 1DP Bus Station 01473 258070 King St IP28 7EX tourist@ipswich.org Aldeburgh 152 High St IP15 5AQ 6 Angel Hill IP33 1UZ 01728 453637 01284 764667 atic@suffolkcoastal.uk Bury St Edmunds Ipswich St.gov.uk 01638 667200 tic.brecks.gov.uk Woodbridge Station Buildings IP12 4AJ 01394 382240 wtic@suffolkcoastal.gov.gov.gov.gov.newmarket@forestheath.uk 01638 581091 Mildenhall Stowmarket Beccles The Quay Fen Lane NR34 9BH 01502 713196 becclesinfo@broadsauthority.uk tic@stedsbc.uk touristinfo@waveney.uk Felixstowe 91 Undercliff Road West IP11 2AF 01394 276770 ftic@suffolkcoastal.uk Lowestoft Flatford East Point Pavillion Southwold Royal Plain NR33 0AP Flatford Lane CO7 6UL 01502 533600 01206 299460 69 High St IP18 6EF flatfordvic@babergh.uk 28 14 29 Great Days Out Come alive in the .

Bury St Edmunds IP33 1UZ 01284 757175 tic@stedsbc. Ask the expert ÿ Ground Floor Bedrooms Q Disabled Access Mobility Level 2 Typically suitable for a person with restricted walking ability and for those who may need to use a wheelchair some of the time and can negotiate a maximum of three steps. from the best accommodation to magical places to visit.gov.uk Accessible toilets can be found in: Newmarket High Street – radar key required Guineas Shopping Centre 30 14 Brandon Bury Road Brandon Country Park Mildenhall Recreation Way Bury St Edmunds Angel Hill Ram Meadow – radar key required Bus Station The Arc Shopping Centre Lakenheath Wings Road Haverhill Jubilee Walk Recreation Ground Clare Country Park – radar key required Radar keys are available to purchase from Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket Tourist Information Centre. We would still advise that you check with each establishment before starting your trip. to specialist information ask an England expert. It’s easy too – just pop in.gov. For information in England visit: enjoyEngland. Wheelchairs can be hired out overnight if required. by being independent and free to travel around the town at your will. Brandon Tourist Information Point and Haverhill Shopmobility Service. To find out everything you need to know.Information Information Access for everyone Information for visitors with special requirements All accommodation listings throughout this guide give details of the facilities that they offer for visitors with disabilities.burgess@et.suffolkcc. Enjoy England Special knowledge of special places England has many wonderful destinations for an unforgettable break away. By hiring one of Shopmobility’s vehicles or a wheelchair. you can make your stay more enjoyable. Shopmobility schemes: Bury St Edmunds Shopmobility Scheme Tourist Information Centre 6 Angel Hill.uk Haverhill Shopmobility Scheme Lower Downs Slade. how to book. Look out for the following symbols.com/information 31 Information . call or go online to your nearest Tourist Information provider and they’ll be delighted to help you make the most of your next short break or holiday in England. Shopmobility is the way to get about if you have any difficulty in walking. Haverhill CB9 9HB 01440 702847 Lyn.

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air conditioning and ground floor bedrooms. IP32 6EH T: 01284 766181 F: 01284 767604 E: reservations@prioryhotel. including breakfast. there is a fantastic range of hotels in Bury St Edmunds within walking distance of the town and its wonderful attractions. offers 4 star service and comfort including. the quintessentially English hotel.co. Edmunds.co. with its unique Euro cave wine cellar and enjoy sumptuous 2 AA rosette food. Free parking. Angel Hotel.Town Self catering accommodation .95 pp per night. efficient. opposite the magnificent Cathedral and award winning Abbey Gardens.theangel. Non residents are welcome to enjoy our good food and hospitality in our 2 AA rosette restaurant.uk W: www. Licensed for civil weddings and civil partnerships offering an intimate setting for your special day. Dine in the vibrant Eaterie.Bury St Edmunds area For full accommodation locations please see the large fold out map. IP33 1LT 20 50 14 52 4 AA ÐÐ★★★★ 53 21 12 THE ARC TRE G CEN 2009 SHOPPIN SPRING OPENING 1 47 19 13 44 5 48 10 8 6 51 T: 01284 714000 E: staying@theangel.uk F: 01284 714001 W: www. Best Western Priory Hotel & Garden Restaurant.co.Town Serviced accommodation . Steeped in history. WiFi hotspot. Suites from £160 per night. Bury St Edmunds.Bury St Edmunds area Self catering accommodation . luxury accommodation. Bury St.Places to stay in Bury St Edmunds Accommodation in Bury St Edmunds 2 Hotels Bury St Edmunds Whether visiting for a short break or holiday.co. without compromising on quality. Single rooms from £69. Mildenhall Road. All rooms en-suite. Map Key Toilets P P Long stay parking 3 hour parking Rail station Tourist information † Ü B ⁄ ÿ « ° ™ ®^ ñ ` *◊ a ˙ ı Ô 3+â WiFi 35 34 Serviced Accommodation Bury St Edmunds . Double/Twin from £100 per night.uk 2009 r † Ü B ⁄ ÿ « ° ™ ® ñ * ˙ Ô 3+â Q WiFi Bury St Edmunds 43 2 Best Western Priory Hotel We provide high standards of hospitality. friendly service and value for money.uk AA ÐÐ★★★ Accommodation Key Serviced accommodation .95 pp per night. Double £76. Angel Hill. We are a favourite for Sunday Lunch and family celebrations.prioryhotel. 15 46 11 17 9 16 45 18 7 3 23 49 22 Bury St Edmunds 1 Angel Hotel When staying at The Angel you are staying where it matters.

uk r A 7 † Ü B ⁄ ° ™ ñ ` ◊ a ∂ ı Ô 3+â WiFi VB ★★★★★ r 7† 36 DVD PV Ü ⁄ ÿ ° ™ ñ ` ◊ a ∂ Ô WiFi 37 Serviced Accommodation Bury St Edmunds . Mr N Jackson. Large walled garden and off street parking.abbeyhotel. do come! 4 doubles. Double from £49.uk W: www.uk AA ★★★★★Ð H. Bury St Edmunds. Double/Twin from £44 pp per night. Single from £51 pp per night. attractive paintings. 1 single.co.regencyhousehotel. Regency House Hotel. Bury St Edmunds. Chantry Hotel. Northgate Street.uk r †ÜB ⁄ÿ° ®^ñ ◊ ∂ Ô Bury St Edmunds 4 r 5+ 7 † Ü B ⁄ « ° ™ ® ^ ñ ` * ◊ a ∂ ˙ q ı Ô Bury St Edmunds 7 The Abbey Within the historic core and easy walking distance to Cathedral and town centre. Double/twin from £39 pp per night.co. VB★★★★ Clarice House Clarice House offers a haven of peace and tranquillity to all. this mostly Tudor.co. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1HP T: 01284 761779 F: 01284 768315 E: enquiries@ouncehouse. 3 Looms Lane. Its large secluded grounds have ample parking for guests and is within a 1 minute walk of the town centre and Abbey Gardens. 12 double en-suite rooms. all en-suite. Double B&B from £70 pp per night.claricehouse.uk AA★★★ Ounce House Interesting Town Centre house with comfortable beds. Single B&B from £50 pp per night. Facilities and off-street parking are private to residents. IP33 2AZ T: 01284 762020 F: 01284 330279 E: reception@abbeyhotel. Cd player and free WiFi internet connection in all rooms. Bury St Edmunds. lovely furniture. Beautifully presented en-suite rooms with digital tv and free WiFi. 1 twin From £62.50 pp per night (£99.uk W: www. 14 en-suite rooms. Horringer Court. 4 twin. J. CD/DVD players and WiFi internet connection throughout.Places to stay in Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds 5 Chantry AA★★★★ B&Bs and Guest Houses Bury St Edmunds For home from home comfort.ouncehouse. Ounce House. digital flat screen televisions with DVD. The Abbey Hotel. Simon & Jenny Pott. quality food and guests can enjoy the use of the spa facilities including 20m indoor pool. Price includes full English breakfast. Single occupancy from £85 per night. Horringer Road. bed and breakfasts are second to none with delicious home-cooked Suffolk breakfasts and cosy bedrooms. Prices include individually cooked breakfast. Kirsty Allan. Private parking.chantryhotel. 35 Southgate Street. theatre and restaurants. 12 rooms. The Comfortable Award winning restaurant offers carefully prepared.co.50 pp per night. Two minutes walk from the Cathedral. Arthur & Carole Cannell. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1HE T: 01284 764676 F: 01284 725444 W: www. part Medieval hotel combines unique accommodation with modern facilities.co. Home from home. Wagstaff.co.00 per room inc breakfasts). includes breakfast.com 7 † Ü B ⁄ ÿ 1 ° ™ ® ^ ñ ˙ Ô WiFi Bury St Edmunds 3 Bury St Edmunds 6 Regency House The Regency House is a handsome grade II listed building situated in the heart of Bury St Edmunds. IP29 5PH T: 01284 705550 F: 01284 716120 E: bury@claricehouse. Digital widescreen televisions. gleaming bathrooms. Clarice House.com W: www. Single Occupancy from £68 per room. 6 single. This beautiful Jacobean-style mansion has been sensitively renovated and is set in 20 acres of wonderful parkland and ancient woodland. IP33 1RY T: 01284 767427 F: 01284 760946 E: chantryhotel1@aol.uk W: www. delicious breakfast.co. 8/9 Sparhawk Street. Georgian town house hotel in the heart of the medieval conservation area. 9 double.

8 Springfield Road. IP33 3AN T: 01284 767981 F: 01284 764574 W: www. Prices include Breakfast and VAT. Bury St Edmunds IP33 2QG T: 01284 754168 M: 07950 396168 E: nevills2@googlemail. Double from £60 per room. 5 rooms. 5 Double/twin rooms. Hamilton House. Breakfast included.uk ◊ a ˙ ı Ô Q Bury St Edmunds 15 Highly Commended Escape the hustle of the town centre and in an 8 minute walk you will discover my hidden gem off Southgate Street.net W: www. All en-suite. All rooms are centrally heated with TV/DVD/ Freeview. Secluded gardens and a peaceful setting with ample parking.dunstonguesthouse. 1 double en-suite. In a quiet area. 10% discount given for 2 nights or more. Security gated car park. Evening meals.uk Bury St Edmunds 9 Bury St Edmunds 10 Friendly family home.com W: number6orchardstreet.uk A centrally located elegant Edwardian Villa offering comfortable accommodation with a relaxed atmosphere.co. Trish Whatley. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1SZ T: 01284 700144 M: 07720 123710 r 7†Ü⁄° E: info@stedmundsguesthouse.co. St Edmunds Guest House.co.hilltop22br. 3 twin rooms and 2 single rooms.50 pp per night.co. Off road parking available. etc. Leave as friends. Five minutes from all amenities. Bury St Edmunds IP33 3XB T: 01284 767066 M: 07719 660142 r 7 † Ü ⁄ E: bandb@hilltop22br. The Old Cannon Brewery. Grindle Gardens. Recommended in the Lonely Planet Guide. only minutes away from the shops. Bury St Edmunds IP33 3UA T: 01284 766216 M: 07761 372002 r † Ü ⁄ °ñ`◊ E: cliff@waterperson. Hilltop. en-suite singles from £40 pp per night.net ñ ◊ a ∂ ı Ô WiFi VB ★★★★ A delightful Victorian house. and keyless entry. Close to bus. but within easy reach of the town centre.stedmundsguesthouse. 3 twin. self-contained family/twin room. Secure parking and large garden. Cliff Waterman. 3 rooms from £25-£35 pp per night. IP33 1EH T: 01284 750191 M: 07946 590265 for bookings E: number_six@me. 4 Nelson Road Bury St Edmunds IP33 3AG r †Ü T: 01284 703022 M: 07787 146553 ⁄°™ñ E: hamiltonhouse@hotmail. Our 9 luxurious rooms are well equipped offering free WiFi. Single occupancy from £48 per night. Teressa Welsh. All rooms have been practically designed to a high standard with modern and contemporary furniture and fittings including remote controlled colour televisions. Colour TV and tea/coffee facilities in all rooms. IP33 1JR † Ü ⁄ r †Ü⁄ÿ °ña∂ı Ô Bury St Edmunds 11 ÿ°™ñ T: 01284 768769 F: 01284 701137 a ∂ ı Ô WiFi W: www. 1 single (no en-suite facilities). museums and restaurants.abbotroadbandb. Internet services available. cyclists and pets welcome. only 5 minutes walk from town centre.uk a∂ı r 57 †Üÿ °ñ◊ a∂ıÔ 38 39 Serviced Accommodation Bury St Edmunds . only 5 minutes walk to the town centre. 1 twin. Mavis E. We offer a friendly and personal service.uk † Ü ° a Ô è ◊ Bury St Edmunds 16 St Andrews Lodge AA★★★ Black Boy AA★★★★ The Old Cannon Brewery AA ★★★ 6 Orchard Street AA ★★★ Purpose built Motel-style rooms close to town centre with off street parking.Places to stay in Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds 8 Grading Applied For Bury St Edmunds 13 Bury St Edmunds 14 11 Abbot Road Hilltop VB ★★ Nevill's Lodge AA ★★★★ Abbot Road B&B is a beautiful Edwardian villa in a quiet part of town. Modern but tastefully furnished to a high standard. Dunston Guest House/Hotel. digital freeview widescreen tv. 30 St Andrews Street North. Large. Double occupancy from £65 per night.co. Close to bus/ rail stations.co. 22 Bronyon Close. From £30 pp per night. Mrs N Montanari. Double/Twin/Family en-suite from £27 pp per night.com W: www. Mr Tony McCourt. Twin £40 per room per night (single occupancy) £30 pp per night. Double/twin en-suite from £35 pp per night. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1QD T/F: 01284 752723 M: 07845 637512 E: enquiries@theblackboypublichouse. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1SZ T: 01284 756733 E: standrewslodge@hotmail.nevillslodge. 69 Guildhall Street. Breakfast available.uk † Ü N ⁄ ° ® ñ ` ◊ a ∂ Ô 3+â Bury St Edmunds 12 We offer a high degree of uniqueness and comfort at the Old Cannon. Quiet area.co. Mark Eames. Bury St Edmunds. Single/wheelchair accessible room from £40 pp per night. Single occupancy from £69 pp per night. Come as guests. Single occupancy from £45 pp per night. Black Boy. bus and train stations. railway and coach stations. just 5 minutes from the town centre. pleasantly situated in a quiet residential road. Hanson. Single from £25 pp per night.uk Bury St Edmunds Comfortable 19th Century town house in central but quiet street. St Andrews Lodge. Minimum stay 2 nights. 11 Abbot Road. Special weekend deals available. Bury St Edmunds. Double/twin from £42. real ales are brewed on-site and served in the spectacular brewery bar and restaurant across the courtyard.freeserve.uk The accommodation comprises of 5 rooms all en-suite. 17 individually decorated rooms to create a relaxed mood. 1 double private bath.freeserve. Prices £32. All rooms are well equipped including TV/DVDs/fridges/Tea/Coffee.50 pp per night. Double occupancy from £65 pp per night. Bury St Edmunds. George Laing. Nevill’s Lodge. 2 single.uk a∂ıÔ W: www. theatre. All prices include English breakfast & VAT. 35 St Andrews St North. All rooms en-suite from £35 pp per night. Genealogists. £90 per room.oldcannonbrewery. tea and coffee making facilities.co.co. All bedrooms have colour TV. 86 Cannon Street.co.uk † Ü ° a ˙ ı 17 Dunston Guest House VB ★★★ Hamilton House AA ★★★ St Edmunds Guest House A warm welcome and first class service will help you relax in this beautifully restored Victorian town house only 5 minutes walk from the town centre.co. 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co. From £30 pp per night. Two twin en-suite rooms/private bath from £40 pp per night. Single £49 pp per night.uk W: www. 2 twin.chalkley@btinternet. large car park. Single £60 pp per night. Plus £10 per additional person.sycamorehouse. Sycamore House. 7† Ü Bury St Edmunds IP31 2QU ⁄ÿ° T: 01284 788055 E: info@thewallow. All rooms en-suite.uk M: 07802 252031 †Ü⁄°™ña∂ı Bury St Edmunds ™ñ ` ◊ a˙ pıÔè 21 Pamela Buck. one with multifuel stove for cosy winter evenings. tea and coffee tray. both in a magnificent setting. tea-making facilities. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed and guests are welcome to spend time in our attractive garden. 2 double. Close to Abbey Gardens. Single £50 pp per night.Bury St Edmunds 18 Bury St Edmunds 22 Sycamore House A charming Victorian town house conveniently situated to the town amenities. ground floor double suites. 1 family. night. Sheila & Neil Vollar. Westbank Place. 2 double en-suite. 20 minutes walk to town centre.northburyhouse. friendly atmosphere. 1 single. From £40 pp per night. Single en-suite/private bath from £60 pp per night. large garden.com W: www. Linda Draper. In the dining room is a wall painting dating from 1530. The comfortably furnished bedrooms have en-suite facilities and are fully equipped with remote control television. Twin with separate shower room £60 per night.westbank-house. £45 single. Mr & Mrs Wagstaff. Non-smoking house. 7 Northgate Street. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1HP T: 01284 755828 E: me. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1HQ T: 01284 754617 E: northburyhouse@aol. Mount Road. probably one of the best of its kind ever to be found in England.co. Single £40 pp per night. the Wallow offers two luxurious. Northbury House. bars and restaurants to explore. Bedrooms have computer work areas.co. VB ★★★★★ The Glen Grade ll listed. The Wallow.uk W: www. Double occupancy/Family room £69 per night.thewallow. Double/twin en-suite £69 per night. From £35 pp per.co. Bury St Edmunds. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1NX T: 01284 704153 M: 07703 601072 Set in a beautiful two acre garden. This grade ll listed home has two stylish bedrooms with en-suites available. probably a counting house. 83 Whiting Street. IP33 1YR T: 01284 755490 E: rallov@aol. 84 Eastgate Street. self-contained accommodation in a very private setting.com VB★★★★ Julian & Margaret Chalkley.uk †⁄°ñ◊aı Westbank Place Westbank Place offers modern. Bury St Edmunds IP33 3SD T: 01284 753874 M: 07984 843875 / 07951 098339 E: grahampaske@tiscali. VB ★★★★ A post Medieval hall type house. Luxurious rooms with colour TV. The Glen. Double £40 pp per night.uk r 7†Ü⁄ÿ °™ñ ◊a˙ıÔ 40 41 Serviced Accommodation Bury St Edmunds & Bury St Edmunds Area Places to stay in Bury St Edmunds .co. 23 Northgate Street. All based on two people sharing. superb dining room. pristine bathrooms and free WiFi access. wood burner in cosy lounge.com W: www. Non-smokers only. Quality breakfasts served in a relaxed.net 7 † Ü N ⁄ ° ñ ◊ a ∂ ı WiFi Bury St Edmunds 19 Bury St Edmunds 20 r † Ü N « ° ñ a ∂ Ô WiFi Bury St Edmunds 23 83 Whiting Street AA ★★★★ The Wallow VB ★★★★ Northbury House Northbury House is well placed in the historic town centre of Bury St Edmunds where there are a host of shops. VB ★★★ Lisa & Graham Paske. 116a Westley Road. 1 double/twin. Excellent secure off-road parking facilities.

co. with large gardens overlooking the village green. From £76. fresh flowers. From £99. Bury St Edmunds IP30 9JA T: 01359 270345 F: 01359 270345 E: enquiries@ravenwoodhall. covered heated pool.50 pp per night (2 sharing). Bury St Edmunds IP30 0LW T: 01284 386333 F: 01284 386155 M: 07940 852426 E: ruth@churchfarm-bandb. children and dogs are very welcome.50-£35. Ravenwood Hall Hotel. steam. all en-suite. Set with 7 acres of English gardens and woodlands. Gym. VB ★★★★★ Doubles from £37.com W: www. 2 twin.50 pp per night. Ruth Williamson. Our separate self catering cottage has one four poster and one double all furnished to a very high standard.uk 7†Ü W: www. Large.2 doubles (sleeps 4). Singles from £55. one double. wake up to stunning views from your Bed and Breakfast accommodation where you'll receive a very warm welcome. 7 nights from £240.50 per night (single occupancy). lots of books and tourist advice. Manorhouse. Winner Best B&B in Suffolk Tourism Award 2008. Twin (private bath) £30-£32. one twin and traditional Aga breakfast. homely atmosphere and is adjacent to a traditional English pub. IP30 9AF T: 01359 270960 E: manorhouse@beyton.co.thebellhotel-clare. lovely 15th Century longhouse with beams and inglenooks.churchfarm-bandb. Church Farm.com Rougham 7† Ü ⁄ÿ° ™ñ ` ◊ a˙ pıÔè 25 Kay & Mark Dewsbury.uk ⁄ °aÔ 42 43 Bed & Breakfast/Guest House Accommodation Bury St Edmunds Area Places to stay in Bury St Edmunds . 2 Kingsize. Market Hill. Holiday Cottage . From £34-£38 pp per night.00 pp per night. Beyton. All rooms en-suite. at individual tables with linen.uk r 7 † Ü B ⁄ ÿ « ° ™ ® ^ñ Q * ◊ ˙ p Ô 3+â WiFi AA ★★★ ÐÐ Church Farm VB ★★★★ Box Bush B&B & Holiday Cottage VB ★★★★ Box Bush offers comfortable B&B en-suite accommodation.com 7 † Ü B N ⁄ ÿ ° ™ ñ ` ◊ a ∂ ı Ô WiFi Bradfield Combust 27 Brockley Green 28 Ravenwood Hall Hotel Easy access from A14 Junction 45 Magnificent 16th Century Tudor Hall with original beams and inglenooks.boxbushcottage. Good local inns. Bury St Edmunds IP29 4AL r 7†Ü T/F: 01284 830824 M: 07899 805551 ⁄«°™ñ E: box_bush@tiscali.50 pp per night. Excellent choice of breakfasts. Renowned restaurant for dining formally or within the cosy bar. Bury St Edmunds. paintings. homemade preserves. Claire Hayward.co.uk Set on a fruit farm our 18th Century farmhouse offers a warm. 3 nights from £180. Ideal for visiting South Suffolk villages.50.co. fresh fruit compotes. 14 rooms. Clare CO10 8NN T: 01787 277741 F: 01787 278474 E: info@thebellhotel-clare. George Turner. Open to non-residents. Brockley Green. Beyton 26 Clare 24 The Bell VB ★★★★ A beautiful 16th century half-timbered coaching inn with 15 tastefully furnished rooms. All rooms are beautifully furnished. Bradfield Combust.beyton. Manorhouse Welcoming and relaxed. Double en-suite from £32. just a short drive outside Bury St Edmunds. Prices pp per night.uk W: www. en-suite rooms with kingsize beds and sofas. Bury Road. Bury St Edmunds and Cambridge.com W: www. serving great food in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.ravenwoodhall. B&Bs and Guest Houses Bury St Edmunds Area Nestled in the rolling countryside. Single occupancy £35-£45. Box Bush Cottage. sauna.Hotels Bury St Edmunds Area Escape to the country for a peaceful stay at one of the wonderful hotels in picturesque villages.co. The Green. The Bell. Rougham. Outdoor heated pool with terrace area.co.From £27.uk `◊∂paıÔ W: www. B&B . Guest fridge.

Mrs D.mulberry-farm.G. Haughley. From £27. Bury St Edmunds IP30 9QR T: 01359 240442 E: davejankilnfarm@btinternet. Risby.uk r 87Ü°™`◊a∂Ô Honnington 34 †Ü⁄ÿ°™◊a∂ıÔñ Rougham 38 North View Guest House VB ★★★ The Willow VB ★★★★ Oak Farm Barn A warm friendly welcome awaits you at our converted barn. from £25 pp per night. Close to RAF Honington. Bury St Edmunds IP31 1QY T: 01359 269600 F: 01359 269586 M: 07870 625467 E: celialawrence@talk21. 1 single. Malting Row Honington. Bury St Edmunds IP30 9JU T: 01359 270014 F: 01359 271863 M: 07946 462779 E: oakfarmbarn@tiscali. IP29 4PX T: 01284 830385 F: 01284 830974 M: 07711 829546 E: brighthouse-farm@btconnect. Full English breakfast. Brambles Lodge. Hospitable hosts topped with excellent farmers breakfast. Brighthouse Farm. Front Rose Room (connection room) new bathroom.com Risby 7†ÿ°™ña∂˙ıÔ Elmswell 31 Haughley 32 Mulberry Farmhouse VB ★★★★ Red House Farm VB ★★★★ Brambles Lodge LOVERS OF GARDENS AND WILDLIFE The lodge is located in a delightful and peaceful position in the village.highwaymans. All en-suite. comfortable and relaxing. Mrs P. Yvonne & Rex Edge.Culford 29 Elmswell 30 Lawshall 35 Risby 36 47 Benyon Gardens VB ★★ A quietly situated bungalow overlooking farmland. All en-suite. Pub. Moat Lane.uk VB ★★★★ Opposite the church porch a warm welcome awaits you in the ‘olde worlde’ house nestling in the quiet village within walking distance of the Air Force base. Hearty English breakfast. Secure parking.co. The Willow. Free internet access. 1 double with bathroom en-suite from £35 pp per night. Double/twin from £70 per room per night. Family Orientated. Tranquil.uk W: www. Credit cards accepted.uk AA/VB★★★★ Attractive 16th Century Grade II listed farmhouse/small holding with ground floor annexe studio suite (sleeping up to 4 ‘en famille’) and one twin room with private shower room. You can enjoy a farmhouse breakfast in the homely atmosphere of our beamed dining room. Ashfield Road. A. Bury St Edmunds IP28 6QP T: 01284 810283 F: 01473 206589 M: 07957 588201 E: info@highwaymans. Single from £40 per night.com W: www.50 pp per night. Security for cycles and hire available. Bury St Edmunds. Double Ground floor Access room with new bathroom. Honington. Roberta Truin. Melford Road.co. From £37. Hearty breakfast. 2 twin.co. Quiet. conservatory and lounge. Assured of a warm welcome in comfortable accommodation. Bury St Edmunds. restaurants and interesting places to visit nearby. Elmswell. Townsend.co. from £25 pp per night. Culford. Oak Farm Barn. Single from £50 per room per night. An ideal location for exploring Suffolk. Mulberry Farm.uk r 8†Ü⁄ÿ°™ñ`a∂ıÔ Honnington 33 Delightful farmhouse situated in mid-Suffolk just 1.co. Rachel & Ray Balmer.uk r 7 † Ü ⁄ ° ™ ^ ñ ` * ◊ a ˙ ı Ô WiFi ^ñ`* 37 3 double. shop and post office close by. 47 Benyon Gardens. Kiln Lane. Norfolk and many tourist attractions. Rougham. Ground floor room with disabled facilities. just the place to unwind. 1 family. 2 doubles.redhousefarmhaughley. From £35 pp per night.kilnfarmguesthouse.50 pp per night. Ample off road parking. Peacefully situated. Packed lunches available. Dave and Jan Copeman. with country views. 4 rooms. with use of garden and off-road parking.co. Evening meals by prior arrangement with Jan. Mrs M. Bury St Edmunds IP28 6EA T/F: 01284 728763 Down a country lane just of J47 A14 between Stowmarket and Bury St Edmunds.uk a∂ıÔ www.uk W: www.oakfarmbarn. Welham Lane. Single occupancy from £45 pp per night.honingtonwillow. self-contained ground floor accommodation in comfortable family home. Furnished throughout to a high standard.co. Angela & Tony Payne. If you are looking for somewhere to relax.uk W: www. residents bar. IP28 6QS T: 01284 810701 M: 07913 720965 E: brambleslodge. All en-suite. Single occupancy from £30 per night. pubs. Good local restaurants. Quality award winner.co. including vegetarian option is served in conservatory overlooking duck pond. 2 single from £35 pp per night. garage. Light airy rooms and excellent en-suite facilities. Non-smokers only.com W: www. Large off road parking 1 double. 2 family. Risby.uk W: www. 1 twin. Bury St Edmunds IP30 9HG T/F: 01359 244244 M: 07885 934309 E: angela@mulberryfarm.5 miles from A14.com r 7 † Ü N ⁄ ÿ°™ñ` ◊ W: www. Red House Farm. From £35 pp per night.co. Rates for 2 persons sharing. Convenient for touring historic Bury St Edmunds (4 miles). Set around a Victorian Farm courtyard with six en-suite rooms. 1 double. Lawshall.bandb@homecall.com r 7 † Ü ⁄ ÿ ° ™ ® ñ ` ◊ a ˙ ı Ô WiFi Set in a delightfully remote rural location yet close to both Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket. 3 rooms all en-suite. 1 twin. Honington village on A1088 between Ixworth and Thetford. Highwaymans’s Bed & Breakfast. Huffee. Kiln Farm Guest House. Evening meals to order using mostly own produce. 2 double/twin en-suite from £32. Stowmarket IP14 3QP T: 01449 673323 F: 01449 675413 E: mary@redhousefarmhaughley. Front Double Garden Room (connection room). All above includes full English breakfast. Ixworth Road. Highwayman's B&B VB ★★★ Twin from £25 pp per night. Kiln Farm Guest House AA/VB ★★★★ Brighthouse Farm VB ★★★★ A warm welcome awaits you at this 18th Century farmhouse set in 3 acres of glorious gardens. Elmswell. Chris and Celia Lawrence. relaxation and optimum comfort.co. 2 twins. 2 rooms. Noy.brighthousefarm. Oak Farm Barn is the ideal retreat. 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2 bunk beds + cot).co. VB ★★★★ Self Catering Bury St Edmunds Mandy Ruffles.uk r 7 † Ü B ⁄ ÿ ° ™ ® ñ ` ◊ a ˙ ı Ô 3+â 42 Choice of two well-equipped studios in pleasant quiet surroundings. heating.strenneth. Felsham Road. 1 Double room with en-suite & private lounge. from £28 pp per night. 1 Twin/double room with en-suite & Self-Catering facilities. Kitchen and bathroom. From £248-£318 per week. 7 + 1 Bunkhouse + 2 S/C cottages. ample parking and a wonderful breakfast. Thurston IP31 3QT T: 01359 232228 F: 01359 232196 E: thurstonfox@btintenet. Free self service laundry facilities available. Sleeps 4 (1 double. Corner House. Use of private lounge where we offer tea or coffee on your arrival. Conservatory and lounge facing south overlooking extensive gardens with own patio and garden furniture. Diss IP22 2BP T: 01379688182 M: 07768155987 E: pdavey@strenneth.co. Twin beds (sleeps 2). Sleeps 2. 91A Kings Road. Bury St Edmunds IP33 2RR T/F: 01284 764387 M: 07941 059981 E: suffolksaddlery@googlemail. All utilities and bed linen included. Single occupancy from £42. 200m from the train station. Pub has two bars. Voted West Suffolk Pub of the Year 2007. Ideal touring base. Ample parking and good local walks. charming self-catering flat within 5 minutes walk of the historic town centre.laurelfarmhouse.50 pp per night. All rooms en-suite. memory mattresses. double bedrooms £37. Living room with TV/DVD and well-equipped kitchen/diner. Small. Mr Neil Taylor. Fen House is situated 5 miles from Bury and offers  comfortable.co. towels.co. Laurel Farmhouse. Fersfield. Town centre 5 minutes by car.com W: www. Pump Lane Bury St Edmunds IP33 1HN T: 01284 755248 Tricia and Michael Akehurst. 2 twin beds) bedlinen and utilities included. From £245 . £185 per week. Lynn Patterson. excellent real ales and home cooked food. Off road parking. Fen Road. D. spacious rooms with flat screen TV/DVD. Prices for double occupancy £70 per night. Pakenham. Bury St Edmunds IP30 0AD T: 01284 386988 M: 07777 664011 E: ml_lml@btinternet. electricity. Open all year. 2008 and 2009 and Suffolk Pub of the Year 2009/10. Brook Villa.com W: www. The Pub is Cask Marque accredited and offers a warm welcome.stemp@homecall.uk 7 † Ü ⁄ ° ™ ñ ` ◊ ê a ∂ ı Ô WiFi VB ★★★★★ Pump Lane House VB ★★★ Corner House VB ★★★ Comfortable house and garden in secluded location.house@hotmail. Linda Lancaster. Parking permit available.£325 per week. Fox & Hounds. heating. Close to Bressingham Gardens and Snetterton motor racing circuit on Norfolk/Suffolk border. Sleeps 4 (1 double. Bury St Edmunds IP33 3DT T: 01284 702848 E: johnd. Fen House Bed & Breakfast. 14 Cannon Fields.net r 7 † DVD Ü ⁄ ÿ ° ñ ◊ a ∂ ı Ô 3+â Q WiFi Bradfield St George Strenneth is a listed 17th Century fully renovated building with a courtyard wing and two S/C cottages.uk r †ÿ°ñ`◊aÔê Qè˙ Bury St Edmunds 46 Laurel Farmhouse An idyllic place to stay for a short break in the country. 1 family. well equipped semi-detached bungalow situated in quiet and secluded area. 2 double bedroom + bath/shower. Paul Davey.uk W: www. easy walk to the centre and market. Pets always welcome. Traditional English breakfast is served in the beamed Dining Hall.com †ÿ°ñ`◊a∂ıÔê è Bury St Edmunds 45 Two bedroomed. Surrounded by beautiful gardens with large pond & acres of farmland. 2 self catering studios £210 per week.uk W: www. John & Felicity Stemp. Open all year. Airfield Rd. Manning.  40 Fersfield 41 Bury St Edmunds 43 Bury St Edmunds 44 4B&B Strenneth VB ★★★★ Brook Villa VB ★★★ Garden Corner VB ★★★★ 3 en-suite.50 pp per night. Rushbrooke Lane. Barton Road.com †⁄ñ`◊a∂èê r DVD ⁄ ° ñ ` ∂ a ı 47 46 Self Catering Accommodation Bury St Edmunds Places to stay in Bury St Edmunds . patio and garden.co. The Oak Cartlodge is also available for Self-Catering short breaks. 4B&B Strenneth. Bury St Edmunds T: 01359 234968 M: 07887568867 E: fen. Pump Lane House. TV. Double bed.fenhouse. Garden Corner.thurstonfoxandhounds. Linen provided.Thurston 39 Fox & Hounds Air conditioned guest rooms adjoining an award winning country freehouse. with complimentary home-baking. bed linen all included. £15 pp per night based on 2 sharing on a weekly basis.co. dining area. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1JX T: 01284 766297 E: querki@aol. off street car parking and secure location for bicycles.uk r †Ü⁄ÿ°™®^ñ◊a∂ıÔQ Pakenham Fen House B&B VB ★★★★ Set in beautiful landscaped gardens. Bradfield St George.

IP28 6UE T: 01284 728895 r 7†Ü⁄° E: number6ath. Ground floor .com r DVD ÿ ° ñ ` ê ∂ a WiFi 3+â Bury St Edmunds 51 Self Catering Bury St Edmunds Area Cosy cottages. Culford. the houses origins date back to the 15th century.£450 per week. So well equipped. Linda Nieves. Sleeps 6. Iceni Lodge. Theatre. Well equipped kitchen/breakfast room with south facing walled courtyard garden. electricity.just some of the self catering choices available in and around the West Suffolk countryside. From £250 per week. The house retains its period charms whilst benefiting from a newly constructed garden room/conservatory. 95 Oliver Road. R.£320. Sitting room and adjoining dining room have glass doors either end opening on to balconies.uk W: www. Sleeps 3 – 4 (1 single. Use of garden. From £240. Mrs Amanda Skull.£225 per week. Titcombe. Culford.co. Kay & Mark Dewsbury. Dorch House. Sicklesmere. Bury St Edmunds IP30 0BT T: 01284 388117 M: 07786 253810 E: hawkeye52uk@yahoo. All gas. + sofa bed sitting room). Hazelnut Cottage. Sleeps 2 from £220 per week. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1UZ T: 01284 756098 M: 07771701586 E: enquiries@lloyd-solicitors. Central Heating.co. Manorflat..co. 63 Guildhall Street. Sleeps 4 (1 double.6AthenaeumLane. Owner managed.uk r †°◊a∂Ôèñ `ê Centre of pretty village. Sleeps 2 (1 double). 4a Hawstead Lane.uk W: www. linen and towels included. twin bedroom and bathroom. Southgate Street. double room with twin beds. 14 Angel Hill. towels. linens.beyton.co. furnished and equipped to a high standard.co. 1 twin/kingsize double). Oliver’s Retreat. Steggles Barn.uk ⁄ÿ°ñ`◊a∂Ô 48 49 Self Catering Accommodation Bury St Edmunds Area Places to stay in Bury St Edmunds .Bury St Edmunds 47 Bury St Edmunds 52 Bury St Edmunds 53 6 Athenaeum Lane Centrally located. Mrs Anne Hopkins.com W: audo-lets.00 per week. kitchen. Patricia Lloyd or Linda Cusack. Parking permit. Mr & Mrs W. Pets by arrangement. Sky TV . modern and tastefully decorated and furnished. Short breaks available. Sleeps 6 (4 bedrooms). charming. Spacious living area and furnished to a high standard. Optional cleaning available. Two bedrooms.uk r †°⁄ ñ ê ◊∂ ıÔè Centrally located in the heart of historic Bury St Edmunds this restored and updated Grade II listed early Victorian town house offers delightful accommodation.com †°` ˙◊ê è aÔ 49 Quietly situated.com †Ü ÿ° `◊ a˙ ı Ô “ 63 Guildhall Street Awaiting Grading The Flat VB ★★★★ Centrally located within the medieval grid layout of Bury St Edmunds.net r DVD ⁄ ÿ ° ñ “ ◊ ˙ Ô 3+â Bury St Edmunds 50 A charming self contained luxury flat centrally located on The Angel Hill in the heart of historic Bury St Edmunds. The Old Sawmill. overlooking a beautiful view of the scenic countryside with a delightful garden to relax in. This cosy ground floor studio is very well equipped. £385 per week. Easy rise staircase to sitting room with Juliet balcony.00 . Far reaching town views including the Cathedral tower. Spacious accommodation.uk ñ ◊ a ∂ ı Ô WiFi Bury St Edmunds 48 Bury St Edmunds Grading applied for 1 Alicia Court Grading applied for Oliver's Retreat VB ★★★ Attractive modern 2 bedroomed house with parking in Bury's historic centre. From £375 . Bed linen. Sleeps 4. Mrs Johnston. Theatre and town very close. Newly refurbished. utilities and welcome food and refreshment pack all included. Short breaks available. Whiting Street. Beyton 54 Culford 55 147 Southgate Street VB ★★★★ 15 Bridewell Lane VB ★★★★ Manorflat VB ★★★★ Hazelnut Cottage VB ★★★★ Charming light and airy 2 bedroom town house with parking and courtyard garden. overlooking green. Abbey Gardens. Victorian part of 15th Century house on 2 floors. electricity. its ready to go.com W: www.. Sleeps 2.com † N ° ` ê ◊ a ∂ Ô è ı WiFi Idyllically situated within the grounds of Dorch House. From £350 per week (short breaks available). 1 twin. From £180-£260 per week. linen and towels included. Bury St Edmunds IP331NR T: 01284 750659 M: 07816 918067 E: audokn09@googlemail. Large room – sitting/dining/kitchen area. The Flat. £500 per week. sitting room with twin beds. All gas.co. shower room. sunny kitchen.lane@gmail.14angelhill. Bed linen included. restaurants and shops only 2 minutes walk. Bury St Edmunds IP30 9AF T: 01359 270960 E: manorhouse@beyton. single. sofa and sofa bed and bathroom. Cushing. Bury St Edmunds IP33 2BB T: 003356 5376803 M: 004407968 280349 E: hopkinsanne@hotmail. Bury St Edmunds. electricity included. Mrs C. Good local Inns. Bedlinen and towels provided. Sleeps 2 + 1 from £190 . The Green. Wireless internet connection. 1 Alicia Court. Jan Lengyel. Owner managed. light. Bury St Edmunds IP28 2DN T: 01284 728929 E: nievesygordo@tiscali. Bury St Edmunds IP33 1QF T: 01284 728623 M: 07540565514 E: lengyel@talktalk. £90 per night. Short breaks available. converted barns and apartments.com W: www. Beyton. towels.15-bridewell-lane. Kitchen. Sitting/dining room.sitting room. Owner managed. period cottage in quiet lane between historic Athenaeum and The Angel Hotel. Bury St Edmunds IP33 3JG T: 01284 766432 M: 07906 684464 E: christinetitcombe@yahoo. Recently renovated from former period outbuildings to offer luxurious well equipped self catering accommodation.

Bury St Edmunds IP29 5SN T: 01284 735731 M: 07817 961440 rN°ñ`◊a∂pıÔ Elmswell 7°ñ`◊a∂Ô Nowton 64 Lawshall 63 The Apple Store Peaceful. The Apple Store.P. Bury St Edmunds IP30 9AZ T/F: 01359 270736 M: 07860 352739 E: chrisglass@hessettgrain.com `◊a∂Ôè ê 60 Rattlesden 65 The Old Granary provides cosy accommodation for up to eight people. 2 miles from A14. Peaceful quiet location at the edge of village. Wilwyn Cottage. with exposed beams. Central for touring. Nuthatch .co. Electricity and linen included. 3 miles from Bury town centre. 2 twin.redehallfarmpark. Open all year. Mr & Mrs D.com ˙ıÔè W: www. Set in its own garden. All inclusive.freeserve.uk ꓆ Garden Cottage VB ★★★ Beamed farmhouse.com W: www. IP14 3QP T: 01449 673323 F: 01449 675413 rÿ«° E: mary@redhousefarmhaughley. equipped to high standard.uk/heathfield Converted Dower House flat in delightful situation. From £350-£650 per week. Red House Farm. The newly converted Stable and Cob Cottages are single storey with disabled facilities.sleeps 6 + cot. It retains many of its original attractive features. from £240-£440 per week. Local shops. Enclosed south facing garden. Garden Cottage.Elmswell 56 Hessett 57 Hitcham 61 Horringer 62 Oak Farm VB ★★★★★ Wilwyn Cottage VB ★★★ Mill House Holiday Cottages VB★★/★★★ Three ground floor cottages peacefully situated in four acres of beautiful gardens.co.com W: www. Newly enlarged studio flat from £250 per week. Whitton.millhouse-hitcham. a converted cosy retreat. and is perfectly positioned in a private location on a working farm in rural Suffolk. Beyton. Clare Norgate. Sleeps 2/3. Small walled garden.uk/hessett r °ñ`◊a˙ıÔêè 58 Charming beamed cottage in the delightful village of Horringer. Hall Farm. 2/4.uk r N⁄ÿñ`◊a˙Ô †ÿ°ñ`◊a∂Ôè ê Two red brick and flint cottages on a moated working farm. Rattlesden. ample parking space. Sleeps 2. The Bakery. £300 per week.A. Bury St Edmunds IP29 4UG T: 01284 850695 F: 01284 850345 E: chris@redehallfarmpark. surrounded by meadows.co. cycling. Bury Road. B&B also available. Swimming pool (Summer) by arrangement. From £110-£165 per week. Sleeps 4. Mrs C. Two cottages have conservatories overlooking natural ponds with wildlife. a wood burning stove. Sleeps 8 + cot. Ideal for exploring East Anglia. Two minutes from station. from £250 per week. Two parking spaces. Sleeps 2/4.freeserve. linen and barbeque. use of cottage garden.brighthousefarm. Bury St Edmunds IP30 9AB T: 01359 271130 F: 01394 448418 E: chriswhitton@aol.co. Short breaks available. Clopton Green.co. Voysey.uk ıÔQ Comfortable. 3 twin). Horringer. Ipswich IP7 7LN °ñ`◊ T/F: 01449 740315 E: hitcham@aol.brighthousefarm. 1 double en-suite.cottageguide. Garden Cottage adjoins the farmhouse and sleeps 2. Sleeps 2 (1 double). Hot Spa Tub included. Credit cards accepted. Brighthouse Farm. Noy. Situated in a small sleepy village near a pub.redhousefarmhaughley. Large grocery store. pubs and restaurants nearby. The Dower House Flat.com r °`◊˙ıÔ3è†ñê Rede 66 Red House Farm VB ★★★★/★★★ Heathfield VB ★★ ★ ★ The Dower House Flat VB ★★★★ Rede Hall Farm VB ★★★★ Three delightfully furnished cottages. The Street. From £160-£290 per week. 1 bunk bed.O.applestoresuffolk. Elmswell IP30 9EA T: 01359 240333 E: clare. Christmas and New Year weeks . M. Bury St Edmunds IP30 9HG T: 01359 240263 F: 01359 240263 Delightful cosy late 16th century cottage. Nowton. local pubs. Jenny Wren has a main sitting room with traditional flint walls and two ground floor double bedrooms plus a galleried twin room with its own sitting room. Rede. Modern kitchen and wet room. r ⁄ ÿ Water Run. Nuthatch has two en-suite double bedrooms (one with a four poster bed) plus double sofa bed. Arcadia. From £350-£651 per week. with trains to most East Anglian towns. Sleeps 5. Bed linen included. close to the village of Rattlesden with village shop/post office and pubs.uk W: www.co.com W: www. A. Well behaved pets welcome. Sleeps 8 (1 family en-suite. Close to National Trust park and village pubs.uk W: www. Lovely garden. Dyball.co. Roberta Truin. Open all year. Melford Road.uk ⁄ÿ°ñ`◊a∂ıÔ Haughley 59 Hessett VB ★★★★ The Court VB ★★★ /★★★★ The Old Granary VB ★★★★ A Queen Anne cottage situated in a rural position in the glorious Suffolk countryside. paved patio and garden furniture. Beautiful garden with chickens and vegetable patch. Suit country lovers.co. £225-£500. Ideal for exploring Suffolk and Norfolk. Walking and cycling. No smoking or pets.uk `◊a∂ W: www.co. Rede Hall Farm Park. Mrs M. Sleeps 4. Thoughtfully renovated.uk r ⁄ÿ°ñ`◊a˙ıÔ? 50 51 Self Catering Accommodation Bury St Edmunds Area Places to stay in Bury St Edmunds . Chris & Nicky Glass. Hessett. School Road. Jenny Wren . The Willow House. Bury St Edmunds IP29 5LZ T: 01284 388239 F: 01284 388407 Website: oldgranarynowton@btconnect. The Old Granary. Bury St Edmunds IP29 4PX T: 01284 830385 F: 01284 830974 E: brighthouse-farm@btconnect. Willow Farm. Guest feedback shows how delighted our customers have been. well equipped bungalow.uk r † B° ñ www. £300-£650. Christine Oakley. retains original features and delightful secluded garden. Mary Roe. 2 minutes from A14. cafe and take-aways nearby. Melanie Rieger.sleeps 4 + sofa bed + cot.cottageguide. Sleeps 8. fishing locally. The Street. from £500-£800 per week. well equipped accommodation in central village location. central heating. Haughley. from £280-£360 per week. 4/6. Double bedroom and sofa bed in lounge. Own farm trail and other walks. Hitcham. From £250 to £350 per week. Prices inclusive of electricity.co. Ashfield Road.co.norgate@btinternet. furnished and equipped to a very high standard. Mrs H. Elmswell. Discounts available. Bury St Edmunds IP30 0RN T: 01449 736332 E: all@voysey. 4 Hill Cottages. Tyrone Lewis. walks. Mill House Holiday Cottages.

willowfarmhargrave. Roundwood House. 1 twin or superking double). Bury St Edmunds IP31 3SG T: 01359 232539 M: 07771 924373 E: alex@fizzequestrian. between the pretty villages of Beyton and Thurston.co. Bury St Edmunds IP29 5NL T: 01284 386339 M: 07770 386339 E: petertyrrell@btinternet. incl. pillows and duvets. Pitches from £8 per night. spacious open planned area. comfortable and cosy accommodation for up to 8 people. Linens and towels provided. Mrs Caroline Crouchman. Touring Caravan & Camping Park. 1 unit for 2 persons per night. From £475-£600 per week. washbasins. £400 . beamed living room. Grove Cottage.asp 7 ⁄ ÿ ° ñ ` ◊ a ∂ ı Ô WiFi 69 Located within Suffolk Wildlife Trust. The cottage is the perfect base to explore the beautiful East Anglian region. Touring Caravan & Camping Park OPEN ALL YEAR – AA INSPECTED We are located approx 5 miles outside Bury St Edmunds.brighthousefarm. Full facilities.com r ⁄ ÿ ° ñ ` ◊ a ∂ ı Ô WiFi 70 Caravan & Camping Bury St Edmunds A quiet immaculately kept site in the heart of the Suffolk countryside with many mature and newly planted trees and shrubs in 5 acres.uk r DVD ⁄ ÿ ° ñ ` ê ◊ a ∂ ı Ô 3+â Q Lawshall 73 r ⁄ ° ñ ` ◊ a ∂ ı Ô WiFi è Whepstead 68 Hawstead Dovedon Mews VB ★★★★ Two ground floor three bedroom barn conversion and one 2 double bedroom barn conversion.co. Lawshall.5 miles from Bury St Edmunds.uk VB ★★★★ The Old Piggery Grading applied for Grove Cottage Grading applied for Luxurious cottage on the edge of Ickworth Park.uk W: www.co. Bury St Edmunds IP29 5RZ T: 01284 735048 M: 07900 085248 E: pccrouch@talktalk. Egyptian linen towels. furnished to a high standard. Mr R Rymill. Thurston. Brighthouse Farm.co. The Old Piggery. bathroom.com Cockfield r °`◊˙ ıÔ3è† ñê Thurston 74 Roundwood House A 15th Century thatched cottage. Bury St Edmunds IP29 5HF T: 01284 850861 E: info@willowfarmhargrave. Situated in the rural village of Cockfield. From £650 per week. Whepstead. Sleeps 8: 2 double bedrooms. Hawstead House Stables.com M: 07960390587 W: www. From £280 per week (£60 per night). Short stays available by appointment.uk W: www. rurally located cottage refurbished in 2009. from £550 per week.uk/piggery. in grounds of a country house. in a rural green belt village with a pub. Short/working week breaks available Rachel and Peter Simons. Annexe: sleeps 4.co. Dovedon Mews.£800 per week. No pets. AA / 4 Pennants r † ⁄ ° ñ⁄ ña◊ a ∂ ıâ 3+â DVD ° `◊ ` ∂ ı Ô 3+ Ô 52 Andrew & Dawn Leathley. Friendly family-run site only 7 miles from Bury St Edmunds.brighthousefarm.com W: www. Visit our website for comprehensive information and pictures. Very comfortable beds both ensuite (one downstairs with wet room). Barrells Rd.com W: thedellcaravanpark.co. Toilets. Newly converted spacious stable block. Sleep 4 (Cot available). Will stock the fridge with basic items upon request with a small charge.com Gillian Whatley. Just 2. Thurston.roundwoodhouse.uk `˙Åèe4 53 Caravan & Camping Bury St Edmunds . Your stay will be a relaxing one. Bury St Edmunds IP30 OLY T: 01284 828487 E: rayrymill@msn. Bury St Edmunds IP31 3RB T: 01359 270121 E: thedellcaravanpark@btinternet. nolte kitchen. Chedburgh. The Dell. Beyton Road. Barrow Road.net W: bestofsuffolk. Off road secure parking. showers and electric hook-ups provided for. Windsor Green.uk Awaiting Grading The Dell.co. 1 double with private bath. With easy access from the A14 and A143 we are the ideal base from which to explore East Anglia.fizzequestrian. Hawstead House VB ★★★★ Brighthouse Farm Caravan & Campsite Sleeps 6-8. Peace and quiet and a personal welcome assured. Horringer. Nice walks to statley home. Nr Bury St Edmunds IP29 4PX T: 01284 830385 F: 01284 830974 E: brighthouse-farm@btconnect. Shop and pubs within easy reach. Bury St Edmunds IP29 4UB T: 01284 735447 F: 01638 669290 E: gillwhatley@hotmail. Sleeps 2/4. hook-up from £14. All inclusive. three miles south of Bury St Edmunds. 2 double rooms. close to village shops and pubs. Melford Road. double bedroom. From £350 per week. this luxurious brand new spacious cottage has fully functional kitchen with d/washer within an open plan living/dining area.co. Hargrave.Places to stay in Bury St Edmunds Hargrave 67 Horringer 71 Thurston/ Great Green 72 Willow Farm Cottage A spacious and beautifully appointed. Westley Lane.uk www. Also within easy reach of historic towns Lavenham and Long Melford and market towns Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury. From £497 per week. and is accredited by Visit Britain to welcome walkers and cyclists. Hawstead. Short breaks by arrangement. Willow Farm. Pretty courtyard garden. Alex & Jayne Gingell. Cockfield. 1 twin room and one double sofa bed. Sleeps 4 + cot (1 double.

All en-suite.Newmarket area For full accommodation locations please see the large fold out map. Map Key Toilets P P The Cadogan Hotel is a 19th century building steeped in history and character.uk DVD WiFi Long stay parking 3 hour parking Rail station Tourist information r 7†ÜBN⁄ÿ°™®^ñ`a∂ı Ô 54 55 Serviced Accommodation Newmarket . Now a family run hotel.Newmarket area Self catering accommodation .co. Mrs J C Reed. 6 single. Newmarket. All the hotels pride themselves on providing great service and outstanding facilities. An excellent breakfast is served in Edwards restaurant.Town Serviced accommodation .Places to stay in Newmarket Accommodation in Newmarket Hotels Newmarket For a great location choose a hotel in Newmarket. which also provides evening meals for all tastes.Town Self catering accommodation . 2 family. 75 83 77 GUINEAS CENTRE 76 Newmarket 75 The Cadogan Hotel 78 AA ★★★ 96 95 82 97 81 98 Accommodation Key Serviced accommodation . The Cadogan Hotel offers weekend breaks including free dinner on one of the nights booked. The Cadogan Hotel.com M: 07776 258688 W: www. Suffolk CB8 7AA T: 01638 663814 F: 01638 561480 E: kgreed@btinternet. £85. From £50. Fordham Road. 4 double. Situated just off the main High Street within close proximity to training gallops and easy access to the racecourse. Further details available on request.00 pp per night for twin/double.00 pp per night single.cadoganhotel. previously owned by Earl Cadogan. making for a fantastic stay.

23 doubles. The Rutland Arms rests on the cobbled courtyard of what remains of King Charles’ Palace. The Rutland Arms Believed to be one of five remaining coaching inns in its original state. satellite television. Bury Road.co. WiFi. and runner up in 2008 & 2009 we provide a combination of unsurpassed accommodation and first class facilities. 10 twin. Bedford Lodge Hotel retains the charm and character of a warm country house yet offers the very best in modern comfort and luxury. CB8 8DY T: 01638 667171 F: 01638 666533 E: quality@heathcourthotel. Best Western Heath Court Hotel. hairdryer and trouser press.com W: www. Suffolk CB8 7BX T: 01638 663175 F: 01638 667391 E: info@bedfordlodgehotel.com r 7 † Ü B N ⁄ ° ™ ® ^ ñ ` * ◊ a ˙ ı Ô WiFi Newmarket AA ★★★ 78 At Bedford Lodge Hotel – named as Suffolk Hotel of the Year in 2007. telephone. 18 singles. Newmarket. Many of the original features can still be seen throughout although the comfort and atmosphere is most positively contemporary. exquisite food both formally and informal. Newmarket CB8 8NB T: 01638 664251 F: 01638 666298 E: reservations. a relaxing break in Suffolk. Dine in Berties Restaurant or Tipsters Bar Menu is available.rutlandarms@ohiml.com r7†ÜB⁄«°®^ñ`*◊∂ıÔ AA ★★★ 6 twin. 15 doubles. ‘Carriages’ award winning one AA Rosette restaurant will temp the taste buds.heathcourthotel.Places to stay in Newmarket Newmarket 76 Newmarket 77 Bedford Lodge Hotel AA★★★★ Best Western Heath Court Hotel Part of the Arlington Hotel Group based in Norfolk and Suffolk this family owned hotel offers quietly elegant and comfortable surroundings. Newmarket.uk r 7 † Ü B ⁄ ÿ ° ™ ® ^ ñ ` *◊ a ∂ Ô 56 57 Serviced Accommodation Newmarket . An ideal venue for a memorable and enjoyable short break. DVD. From £50 pp per night. or the ideal location for your business meetings up to 200 delegates.uk W: www. 8 twin. 1 family. 2 family.oxfordhotelsandinns. From £50 pp per night. you can be assured of an exceptional experience and the warmest of welcomes. all 43 en-suite bedrooms offer first class accommodation. From £75 pp per night. whilst our beautiful individual bedrooms can but delight. Newmarket’s only four star hotel.com W: www. Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend break.bedfordlodgehotel.co. High Street. set in the most wonderful rural surroundings. tea making facilities. Moulton Road. 8 family suites. 41 doubles. Bedford Lodge Hotel. The Rutland Arms Hotel. 10 singles. All en-suite. the most perfect setting for your wedding. providing a perfect blend between classic and new.

the ruins of the former Abbey of St. with its unique Euro Cave wine cellar and walls crammed with contemporary art and enjoy sumptuous 2 AA rosette food.home of British horse racing.swynfordpaddocks. There are many reasons why you may choose to stay at The Angel. 15 minutes easy drive from Newmarket.theangel. Edmund and historic Norman Tower. Newmarket. air-conditioning. Elegant 17th Century country house hotel conveniently situated between historic Cambridge and Newmarket .uk F: 01284 714001 W: www.com W: www. Prices start from £80 per room. Six Mile Bottom. London Road. IP33 1LT T: 01284 714000 E: staying@theangel. Bury St Edmunds. Suffolk CB8 OUE T: 01638 570234 F: 01638 570283 E: sales@swynfordpaddocks. Suites – from £160 per night. but friendliness of its staff is why you’ll return.co.uk r † Ü B ⁄ « ° ™ ®^ñ * ◊ a ˙ u Ô 3+â 58 r † Ü B ⁄ ÿ « ° ™ ® ñ * ˙ Ô 3+â Q 59 Serviced Accommodation Newmarket Area Places to stay in Newmarket . Angel Hill. opposite the magnificent cathedral.co. Sumptuous en-suite bedrooms and delightful colonial ‘Silks’ conservatory brasserie make for a truly unique experience. Double/twin – from £100 per night. ground floor bedrooms and guest lift. the award winning Abbey Gardens.com The Angel Hotel.) 2 twin (en-suite). Dine in the vibrant Eaterie Brasserie. Conference facilities for up to 80 delegates.Bury St Edmunds 80 The Angel Hotel AA ÐÐ★★★★ Hotels Newmarket Area Six Mile Bottom 79 Swynford Paddocks Hotel AA ★★★ When staying at The Angel you are staying where it matters. this quintessentially English hotel offers 4 Star service and comfort including. 1 single (en-suite). luxury accommodation. Licensed for civil ceremonies. Luxury Marquee suitable for weddings and special events. Swynford Paddocks Hotel. Steeped in history. 12 double (en-suite.

Mrs Hilary Marsh. Sandhurst. Pets accommodated by arrangement. Tattersalls. Tattersalls and courtesy buses to the races. Good pubs within walking distance in the village and villages close by. Newmarket 81 Newmarket 82 Burwell. Excellent English breakfast. 5 minutes walking from the high street. large car park. with good links to London. From £35 pp per night .co. Ely and Duxford Air Museum. Burwell. short walk to town centre. 2 twins with 2 en-suite.uk ™ ñ a ∂ı W: sandhurstbandb. comfortable beds.uk F: 01638 741861 W: www.orange. Newmarket CB8 OAB T: 01638 664121 F: 01638 664121 E: walnutsguesthouse@btinternet. This family run guest house has all you need to enjoy your stay in Newmarket.uk r †Ü⁄°™ña∂ VB★★★ Outstanding modern house in wooded grounds of two acres.co. Bury St Edmunds. 1 twin en-suite and 1 single. 2a High Street. 1 single. Luxury king sized beds. The owners and staff pay great attention to detail and will ensure you are well looked after during your stay.co. Mrs Linda Crighton. Stansted airport and the whole of East Anglia. 14 Cardigan Street. Cambridge 84 Hilldown House VB★★★★ Sandhurst VB★★★ The Meadow House VB ★★★★ Quality accommodation in a quiet tastefully appointed comfortable home. 1 double/family room en-suite. 2 doubles with 2 en-suite.mysite. comfortable rooms and hearty breakfasts. 19 Duchess Drive Newmarket. 1 twin. Bury St Edmunds. From £30 pp per night.com W: www.co. Cambridge and Ely connections. Cambs CB25 0HB T: 01638 741926 E: hilary@themeadowhouse.freeserve. and station. Fire certificate in place – annual fire officer inspection. The Walnuts. 1 double and 1 twin. Ideally located for race courses and excursions to Cambridge. all en-suite. generous English breakfasts.co.themeadowhouse. Angie Munro. From £30 pp per night.uk r † Ü ⁄ ÿ ° ™ ñ ` ◊ a ˙ ı Ô 3+â 61 60 Bed & Breakfast/Guest House Accommodation Newmarket & Newmarket Area Places to stay in Newmarket .B&B's Newmarket These small establishments offer fantastic value for money. Suffolk CB8 8AG T: 01638 664250 M:07932 648441 7†Ü⁄° E: angiecampbell@talktalk. From £30 pp per night. 3 family with en-suite. Family rooms available including one family suite of rooms with south facing balcony overlooking gardens. Close to Newmarket Racecourse. (or a 4 minute sprint if it’s raining)… Close to the racecourse and A14.net ñ◊a∂ı Newmarket We are a centrally situated family home offering a warm welcome. railway station. Cambridge & Ely. Sandra Taylor. r† Newmarket CB8 8HZ Ü⁄° T: 01638 667483 M: 07714347130 E: crighton@rousnewmarket. gallops. Hill Down House. London. The house is a 6 minute walk from the High Street. B&B's Newmarket Area Bed and breakfasts are a lovely choice – and with so many to choose from with great locations you’ll find just the right one for you. 22 Exning Road. 1 single. The Meadow House.uk 83 The Walnuts Breakfast cooked to suit. 1 family.walnuts-guesthouse. light airy rooms.

co. Ely and Bury St Edmunds. The Inn is a great destination for a visit anytime of the year.Near Newmarket 85 Cheveley 86 Cheveley 87 The Olde Bull Inn AA ★★★ The Old Farmhouse VB ★★★★ 1eleven Bed & Breakfast VB★★★★ Grade 2 16th Century beamed. Large guest rooms have sofas and en-suites.thewillowsbedandbreakfast. 2 family. Evening meals by arrangement. Online booking. Easy access to Newmarket and racing. 2 double en-suite. Off road parking. 1 single with private bath/shower.com r †ÜB⁄ÿ«°™®^ñ `*◊a∂ı Ô 62 Conveniently situated for the A14. The Street.co. But don’t worry if you just fancy a traditional fish and chips or a burger then you will also find these on our bar menu. From £35 pp per night. Richard Jermyn. walk in the forest or drive up to the seaside on the Norfolk coast. Ely and Bury St Edmunds. All rooms are ensuite.Cheveleybandb.co. French. Off road parking. Exning. Antony Sullivan.uk r7†Ü⁄°™ W: www. Family rooms from £105 per room B&B. converted around 40 years ago. Single occupancy in double en-suite will attract a supplement.uk †Ü⁄°™ñ W: www. thatched farmhouse. The Rosery. offering a friendly welcome and comfortable accommodation. From £40 pp per night. Newmarket and Ely.uk W: www. French spoken. Doubles/twins from £85 per room per night B&B. We look forward to offering you a comfortable place to stay and a high standard of service. Local pubs serving good food. The Old Farmhouse. 165 High Street.bullinn-bartonmills. 78 Mill Lane. Cambridgeshire CB7 5NQ T: 01638 720561 M: 07776 257111 E: suzanne@thewillowsbedandbreakfast. Easy access to Newmarket and racing. The owners and team have built up a reputation for making everyone feel welcome and a passion for high standards and personal service. During the cooler months the log fire burns and locals have time to drink and chat. Burwell. The Willows. Nr Newmarket. just 10 minutes from Newmarket and 20 minutes from Bury St Edmunds. Always a friendly welcome. An amazing historic coaching inn with a modern contemporary twist. Harraton B&B. Cheveley. In the summer you can relax in our courtyard with a cold drink or take a stroll along the river. Spanish and some German Spoken.co. Our Inn is perfectly located for both business & pleasure.co. the racecourse and gallops. The food is homemade using the very best of what’s in season from the very best producers. lunch and dinner and can cater for weddings.uk a ∂ ı Ô WiFi Exning 89 Chesnut House VB★★★★ The Rosery VBuuuu Modern comfortable family home with warm friendly atmosphere. 4 doubles. 15 Church Street. Barton Mills.co. Cambridge. From £35 pp per night. Fordham. Chestnut House. Cambridge. An award winning. set within a charming village with easy access to Newmarket and its world famous racing establishments.co. Singles from £75 per room per night B&B. From £45 pp per night. 3 double en-suite From £30 pp per night.co. Mrs Sharon Gilroy.uk `*◊a∂Ô W: www. Double room with private adjacent bathroom (not en-suite). Nothing is too much trouble here at The Olde Bull Inn. privately owned 3 star AA rated hotel with 14 individually designed bedrooms.harraton. Good local pub and food nearby. Spacious modern bungalow set in large established gardens.uk r †ÜB⁄ÿ°™ñ◊a∂ıÔ The Olde Bull Inn. r 7† Exning. Just five minutes from Newmarket centre.uk Fordham 91 r 5†Ü⁄ÿ °™ñ◊a∂ıÔ Exning 90 Harraton B&B VB★ ★★ ★ The Willows VB★ ★★ ★ A handsome Victorian house with duck pond and paddocks opposite. lounge area and a traditional English Garden.com W: www. which is nestled alongside the A11 near Mildenhall. Newmarket CB8 9DG T: 01638 731177 F: 08700 510185 M: 07974916768 E: Richard@1elevenbandb. 2 twn.Barton Mills . 1 family. 1 twin. sourced locally and free range/organic where possible. From £30 pp per night. 1 twin with private shower.1elevenbandb. 1 twin. Steve Sharp. On-line booking. We are open for breakfast.uk r 7 † Ü B ⁄ ÿ « ° ™ ® ^ñ ` * ◊ a ∂ Ô 63 Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Newmarket Area Places to stay in Newmarket .uk ñ`◊a˙ı Ô Burwell 88 Welcome to our recently renovated home. all en-suite. Princess room from £99 per room per night B&B. 1 family/double room with en-suite. 1 Ducks Lane.uk W: www. parties and conferences. We are located in the small village of Barton Mills. John & Suzanne Frowd. Bury St Edmunds IP28 6AA T: 01638 711001 F: 01638 712003 E: reception@bullinn-bartonmills. 1 double. large garden.roseryhotel. Food is served from 12noon to 9pm everyday. Suffolk CB8 9DG T: 01638 730771 M: 07909 970047 E: amrobinson@clara. Newmarket CB8 7EH ÜB⁄ÿ« T: 01638 577312 M: 07970739659 °™®^ñ E: rosery99@yahoo. bar.co. Beautiful bathrooms with wet room floors. Newmarket CB8 7HQ T: 01638 615550 M: 07792 403441 E: stay@harraton. This family run guest house has restaurant. 1 double.co. Cheveley. Comfortable guest lounge and breakfast room with access to terrace and gardens. that oozes rustic charm & character. Cambs CB25 0HB T: 01638 742996 M: 07720 728599 Originally a Manor House. Ely & Cambridge. 14a High Street. Mrs A M Robinson. 1eleven Bed & Breakfast. a fantastic public bar serving food all day and an AA rated rosette restaurant. 111 High Street.

quiet location close to racecourse. The Avenue. 35 High Street. Wyck Hall Stud. 3 miles from Newmarket. Pub with food nearby. Anne Theobald. Newmarket CB8 8GH M: 07850 966169 E: info@jenniecollingridge.com r ° `ñ a ∂ ı Ô Newmarket 97 19 Tattersalls Cresent VB★★★ Wyck Hall Stud Spacious second floor 3 bedroomed apartment recently refurbished to a high standard well-equipped new kitchen and bathroom. Selfcontained comfortable room overlooking garden.uk W: blackhorseinn-swaffhambulbeck. Swaffham Bulbeck. Newmarket CB8 9BP M: 07850 966169 E: info@jenniecollingridge. Well equipped new kitchen.com Self Catering Newmarket A great option for couples. Relaxing lounge with TV and freeserve. 8 fully refurbished en-suite rooms. Cambs CB7 5NS T: 01638 720514 F: 01638 720514 r 7†Ü° E: annes. 1 double/twin bedroom. 2 double/1 twin bedroom.uk r ⁄ ° `ñ a ∂ ı Ô Super 3 bedroom period cottage. sales and town centre.com W: www. 19 Tattersalls Cresent. attractive sunny sitting room. Kim Jenkins.wyckhallstud. All amenities.bnb@btinternet. open all day everyday all year round – (except Christmas day).jenniecollingridge. Breakfasts served in conservatory. Newmarket CB8 8QP T: 01638 750362 E: dkbowes@waitrose.com ña∂Ô Swaffham Bulbeck Situated in an attractive village. Newmarket CB8 9JT T: 01638 662181 M: 07702 245760 E: kim@wyckhallstud. garage. r †Ü⁄ÿ°™ñ◊a˙ıÔ 94 Newmarket 95 Newmarket 96 Black Horse A family run Inn set in beautiful surroundings. Liz Jones. 3 twin rooms. separate from main house and with private access. with historic pack-horse bridge. Anne’s Bed & Breakfast. High Street. Beautifully situated in a working stud farm on the edge of Newmarket. Quiet off road parking.Fordham 92 Moulton 93 Anne's Bed & Breakfast VB★★★★ 37 Newmarket Road VB★ ★★ ★ A modern house in the quiet village of Fordham with easy access to Newmarket. 4 twin rooms. 158 Mildenhall Road. families welcome.com W: www. Ely and Cambridge. 1 family room and 3 double rooms prices start from £35 per room. Ely. 11 Ashbourne Court. race meetings or just enjoying the local amenities. Black Horse. 1 double en-suite from £30 pp per night the room can be used as single.co.co. Less than five minutes walk from sales and town centre. 37 Newmarket Road. TV and video. Attractive second floor flat in modern purpose-built block. self catering accommodation suits all budgets.uk r ° ` ñ ◊ a ˙ ı Ô 3+â 64 65 Self Catering Accommodation Newmarket & Newmarket Area Places to stay in Newmarket . Meals can be arranged if required. Mrs Jennie Collingridge. twin or double e/s.uk r †ÜB ⁄ÿ«° ™®^ñ` ◊a˙ı Ô WiFi 3+â Mrs Jennie Collingridge.uk W: www. Short stays may be available between other bookings. 6 Belmont Court. families and groups. Cambs CB25 0HP T: 01223 811366 F: 01223654002 M: 07976894242 E: blackhorseinn-swaffhambulbeck@hotmail. well equipped kitchen. From £250 per week. shorter stays by negotiation. 2 large double/twin bedrooms. VB★★★ 6 Belmont Court VB★★★ 11 Ashbourne Court VB★★★ Very Spacious comfortable modern apartment. Staying in Newmarket you’ll find shops and cafes within walking distance. From £350 per week.co. bathroom with shower. free wifi. Sleeps up to 8 all en-suite.jenniecollingridge.co. Ideal for attending the sales. All Saints Road. Dorothy & Ron Bowes. bathroom with shower. Ideally situated for Racing and the Sales. Moulton. sunny sitting room. Newmarket CB8 9AY T: 01642 712553 M: 07831 560003 E: eajones@hotmail.com W: www.com r Ü ° ñ ` a∂ı Ô Newmarket 98 Grading Applied For Sharon Crossley. Fordham. off street parking in gated courtyard. All amenities available. Dullingham Road. From £25 pp per night. From £350 per week.morleyholdings. Rooms are en-suite with tea/coffee facilities.co. Full central heating. From £375 per week.

hilaryscottage. 2 king size doubles and 1 twin. £40 per night. Our professional one-stop booking service makes it an ideal destination for group visits or corporate events. Luxury beds. Just three miles to Newmarket. separate shower room/wc.5pm For full details telephone 01223 812405 www. kitchen area.uk W: www.com W: www.uk r 5 † Ü ⁄ °ñ a ∂ ı Ô 100 GET THE INSIDE TRACK Visit Newmarket and step into the heart of the racing world – The Newmarket Experience gives you a unique opportunity to see behind the scenes at racing’s HQ. kitchen and huge super king bedroom. TV.co. Mrs S E Greenwood. 1 king. Syde House. Parking. Mrs Hilary Marsh. video.com °ñ`a W: www.Places to stay in Newmarket Saxon Street 99 Syde House VB ★★ Self Catering Newmarket Area Large studio apartment — picturesque converted hayloft. 2 bathrooms. Swaffham Prior. Hilary’s Cottage. From £325 per week. Sleeps up to 8: 2 super king/twin. From £35 pp per night. All bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms.co. 23 North Terrace. The Stables sleeps four in two upstairs bedrooms. to go back stage and see the stars at work. has a large sitting room (sofa bed sleeps two). large living area with single bed and sofa bed. We will act as your single point of contact and provide individual itineraries. Self catering from £200 per week.co. Coach House & Stables. 16 Cage hill. Anne Greenfield.mildenhall-bed-breakfast. full day or longer visits can be arranged. Cambridge CB25 0JS T: 01638 741926 F: 01638 741861 E: hilary@themeadowhouse. Saxon Street. Hilary's Cottage VB★ ★★ ★ Spacious Victorian Cottage in historic village of Swaffham Prior. Newmarket Mrs Hilary Marsh. and 1 sofa-bed. One double bed.sydehouse.uk r 7†Ü⁄°™◊a∂pıÔ Sunday June 27th 2010 10am .co. I ground floor double.twocounties-motorshow.uk r 7 † ⁄ ÿ ° ñ ` ◊ a Ô ∂ Pets by appointment The Two Counties Motor Show A great day out for all the family Rowley Mile Racecourse. The Coach House is all on the ground floor. Sitting/ dining room & kitchen downstairs. Off road parking. Suffolk IP28 7AA T: 01638 711237 F: 01638 715403 r †ÿ ⁄ E: orchardhouse23@aol. Linen and heating included. Orchard House Holiday luxury at Orchard House in one large or two separate cottages.co.themeadowhouse. Tours can be combined with racing at one of our two famous racecourses and half day. pub/restaurant 200 yards.uk 67 66 . dvd player and radio. Cambridge 101 Swaffham Prior. From £420 per week – short stays may be available between other bookings. Cambridge VB★ ★★ ★ FOR MORE INFORMATION 01638 667 200 or visit www. Nr Newmarket CB8 9RU T: 01638 730044 E: greenwoods@btinternet. Cambridge CB25 0JS T: 01638 741926 F: 01638 741861 E: hilary@themeadowhouse.uk W: www. Linen. towels & utilities included. Mildenhall Coach House & Stables. Mildenhall. 37 The Street. Newmarket Experience offers tours for groups and individuals.uk 102 Old Garden Cottage VB★★★★ Situated in the historic village of Swaffham Prior. Orchard House. All en-suite. Swaffham Prior.co. Old Garden Cottage. 20 Cage Hill. one en-suite.newmarketexperience. Shared utility room. 1 family. Courtyard parking. 14 miles to Cambridge. providing guides and arranging accommodation if required. enclosed garden. 1 double. 1 twin.org. The Newmarket area has a number of excellent hotels and is well served by road links. one downstairs.uk ˙ıÔ◊ Swaffham Prior. linen & towels provided. Bury St Edmunds and Ely.co.

co. Newmarket (NOT part of National Gardens events) 14-30 May 2010 Bury St Edmunds Festival Now in its 24th year the Bury St Edmunds Festival has grown to become one of East Anglia’s major annual events. www. Bury St Edmunds celebrating our military connections.org. theatre.co. From 200mph dragsters to the town run about. Newmarket (part of National Gardens events) 20 June 2010 Nowton Park Country Fair For a brilliant day out for all the family pop along to the Nowton Park Country Fair.gov. For more details call 01284 764667 14-15 August 2010 Heart Air Display 2010 & Classic Car Show Rougham Airfield. the Hidden Gardens of Bury St Edmunds offers a unique chance to see over 30 private gardens. craft and food stalls there will be plenty for everyone to see and do. Suffolk Punch wagon rides. Newmarket (NOT part of National Gardens events) 20 June 2010 Hidden Gardens of Bury St Edmunds A popular event throughout Suffolk.uk 20 June 2010 Open Gardens Chippenham Park. For more information call 01638 667200 or 01284 764667 20 March 2010 Open Gardens Chippenham Park.burystedmundschristmasfayre. talks. continental market. A Family Fun Day with falconry.uk 26-28 November 2010 Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre Over 150 stalls.roughamairfield.buryfestival. Combining jaw-dropping arena events with traditional country pastimes.weetingrally. working demonstrations. on stage and street entertainment.uk 26 June 2010 Armed Forces Day A family fun day in the Abbey Gardens. exhibitions and film culminating in a magical fireworks display in the Abbey Gardens on the final night. comedy. fun fair and much more! The Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre is a much looked forward to event bringing the magic of Christmas to life. Newmarket 11-3pm £4 per head dogs on leads 13 June 2010 Rural pastimes Euston Hall.6 June 2010 Scarecrow Festival Barton Mills. jazz.co.uk 10 October 2010 Open Gardens Chippenham Park. For more details call 01284 757062 www. 01359 270524 www. vintage vehicles and miniature steam railway all within the beautiful setting of Fengate Farm.org 5 . Newmarket For more details call 01638 713155 www. Newmarket www. It offers two weeks of concerts and events in an stunning setting with orchestral and chamber music. walks. 13-14 & 20-21 February 2010 Snowdrop Weekends Chippenham Park. family fun and vehicle displays.West Suffolk Visitor Guide 2010 Calendar of Events ‘West Suffolk is alive with special events and activities taking place throughout the year. the Two Counties Motor Show will be back at Newmarket’s NatWest Rowley Mile Racecourse for its 11th year. a beautiful setting.uk 30-31 January & 6-7. Bury St Edmunds The largest air show in West Suffolk complete with agricultural craft. For more details call 01284 764667 www.uk 10-13 September 2010 Heritage Open Days A whole programme of free events taking place in West Suffolk contact the Tourist Information Centre for more details.twocountiesmotorshow. 01842 810317 www.com 68 69 Calendar of Events . children’s craft activities and music.eustonruralpastimes.’ 27 June 2010 Two Counties Motor Show East Anglia’s premier motoring event. For more details call 01284 764667 16 . dance.stedmundsbury. 01284 764667 www.org.bartonmillsscarecrows. from the smallest micro to the giant truck the 2010 show is set to be bigger and better than ever. 01284 764667 12 September 2010 Heritage Open Day Various events going on through out the region including Palace House.18 July 2010 Weeting Steam Engine Rally and Country Show Weeting Steam Engine Rally and Country Show features trade and craft stalls.

wrote an account of his journeys (on his bicycle) called ‘Suffolk Summer’ (available from the Tourist Information Centre). RAF Lakenheath is home to one of Europe’s biggest bomber fleets and was the setting for the James Bond movie ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’. an American serviceman. a memorial garden dedicated to the American servicemen stationed in West Suffolk. Enjoy the finest hospitality together with sumptuous food from the award winning restaurant. the Godspeed in 1607. A modern representation of Gosnold’s ship can be seen in the garden of the Cathedral’s Refectory. allied service men and women along with many bomber groups of the American Air Force were stationed in West Suffolk. Greene King Museum and Brewery Tours. 70 World War II During World War II. His first expedition to the New World in 1602 was taken after the untimely death of his daughter. Bury St Edmunds is noted for its award-winning gardens. Martha. friendly country house ambience. offering the very highest standards of hospitality and service. Theatre Royal. Two miles east of Bury St Edmunds you will find the Old Control Tower at Rougham. West Suffolk has formed tight bonds with America and its people. Spacious and individually decorated rooms offer excellent quality and comfort ensuring you experience a refreshing and relaxing stay.West Suffolk Visitor Guide 2010 West Suffolk West Suffolk’s American Connections WIN Win a relaxing stay for two The Best Western Priory Hotel in Bury St Edmunds is one of those rare and delightful discoveries. a Suffolkborn adventurer and explorer. this gracious hotel boasts award-winning cuisine complemented by a warm. Subject to availability. including the John Appleby Rose Garden. Modern Links Today. not to mention the wealth of shops and boutiques and popular traditional market twice a week. On this first voyage he named an island after his beloved daughter calling it Martha’s Vineyard. quietly hidden behind the historic walls of an old priory. every bedroom at the Best Western Priory has been conceived to provide high standards of comfort. who is buried in the Great Churchyard. Bury St Edmunds – later to become the magnificent St Edmundsbury Cathedral. John Appleby. Virginia and 2007 saw the celebration of the 400th Anniversary of the American settlement. From the late 16th Century through to the Second World War. a privately owned and operated hotel where the welcome is warm and personal. in present day Massachusetts. Perfectly situated for exploring East Anglia. Several kneelers make reference to the strong links between Suffolk and America. The Great Captain Gosnold Captain Bartholomew Gosnold. led expeditions to America where he made world-changing history. Gosnold’s second expedition aboard his ship. Individually designed and elegantly furnished. West Suffolk is home to RAF Mildenhall which serves as the lone air refuelling wing for US airforces in Europe. led to the founding of Jamestown. Excludes racing and sales. a museum which marks the wartime home of the 94th bomber Group. For your chance to win. and the cathedral’s treasury was endowed by the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation. and all just a mile from the town centre. Alternatively visit the historic town of Lavenham or Newmarket. 71 Contents . Some of the towns top attractions include. The Abbey Gardens and Cathedral. please complete the entry form overleaf. home of British Horse Racing.

How do you plan to travel to West Suffolk? ❑ Car ❑ Cycle ❑ Plane ❑ Bus/Coach ❑ Train ❑ Other (please specify) 4. How much time are you spending in West Suffolk? Day Visitors Staying Visitors ❑ 1 hr ❑ 1-2 hrs ❑ 3-5 hrs ❑ 5 hrs + ❑ 1-2 nights ❑ 3-7 nights ❑ 8 nights + Name: Address: Postcode: Telephone: Email: PLEASE RETURN all completed entries by 30th November 2010 to: Newmarket Tourist Information Centre. How useful have you found this guide ❑1 ❑2 ❑3 ❑4 ❑5 (1 not at all – 5 very useful) Has it encouraged you to visit West Suffolk? ❑ Yes ❑ No Is there any additional information you would like to see included in this brochure? ❑ Heritage/museums ❑ Sporting event ❑ Visiting friends/relatives ❑ Theatre/concerts ❑ Conference/business ❑ Fishing ❑ Other (please specify) To help us develop and improve our West Suffolk Guide.West Suffolk Visitor Guide 2010 WIN Index of Accommodation A relaxing stay for two! To enter the prize draw. How did you obtain a copy of this brochure? ❑ Tourist Information Centre (which one) ❑ Responded to an advert (which one) ❑ From an exhibition (which one) ❑ Other (please specify) 2. Please tick the box below if you are happy to receive further information from West Suffolk Tourism . Newmarket. we’re giving you the opportunity to win a fabulous weekend break at the Best Western Priory Hotel. Palace House. Hotel accommodation . simply complete this entry form and post to the address below: (please tick/answer all that apply) 1. 5.Bury St Edmunds Name Angel Hotel Best Western Priory Hotel B&B accommodation .Bury St Edmunds Area Ad 1 2 Village/town Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Pg 35 35 Name Manorhouse Church Farm Box Bush B&B Holiday Cottage Village/town Beyton Bradfield Combust Brockley Green Culford Elmswell Elmswell Haughley Honnington Honnington Lawshall Risby Risby Rougham Thurston Pakenham Fersfield Bradfield St George Pg 43 43 43 43 44 44 44 44 44 45 45 45 45 46 46 46 46 Ad 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 ❑ Shopping ❑ Walking ❑ Eating Out ❑ Cycling ❑ Gardens ❑ Golf B&B accommodation .Bury St Edmunds Name Regency House The Abbey Chantry Clarice House Ounce House 11 Abbot Road St Andrews Lodge Black Boy Dunston Guest House Hamilton House Hilltop Nevill's lodge The Old Cannon Brewery 6 Orchard Street St Edmunds Guest House Village/town Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Pg 36 36 37 37 37 38 38 38 38 38 39 39 39 39 39 40 40 40 40 41 41 Ad 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 47 Benyon Gardens Kiln Farm Guest House Mulberry Farmhouse Red House Farm North View Guest House The Willow Brighthouse Farm Highwayman's B&B Brambles Lodge Oak Farm Barn Fox & Hounds Fen House B&B 4B&B Strenneth Laurel Farmhouse 6. ❑ Hotel accommodation . Your details will be kept on file. Suffolk B8 8EP We would like to keep you informed about events and special offers that may be of interest to you. we would be grateful if you could complete and return this form . How would you rate the quality and design of this brochure? ❑ Excellent ❑ Good ❑ Average ❑ Poor Please add any comments for improving the content and style of the guide Self Catering accommodation Bury St Edmunds Name Brook Villa Garden Corner Pump Lane House Corner House 6 Athenaeum Lane 63 Guildhall Street The Flat 147 Southgate Street 15 Bridewell Lane 1 Alicia Court Oliver's Retreat Please give us your entry details: Sycamore House 83 Whiting Street The Wallow Westbank Place The Glen Northbury House Village/town Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Pg 47 47 47 47 48 48 48 48 48 49 49 Ad 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 3. Palace Street.Bury St Edmunds Area Name The Bell Ravenwood Hall Hotel Village/town Clare Rougham Pg 42 42 Ad 24 25 THANK YOU for your time 72 73 Index . What are the main reasons for your holiday/visit Please refer to town maps and fold out map for locations of listed accommodation.and to show you just how much we value your input.

Self Catering accommodation Bury St Edmunds Area Name Manorflat Hazelnut Cottage Oak Farm Wilwyn Cottage The Apple Store Red House Farm Heathfield Garden Cottage The Court The Old Granary The Dower House Flat Rede Hall Farm Willow Farm Cottage Dovedon Mews Hawstead House Roundwood House The Old Piggery Grove Cottage Hotels accommodation .Newmarket Area Name Pg 49 49 50 50 50 50 50 51 51 51 51 51 51 52 52 52 52 53 Village/town Six Mile Bottom Bury St Edmunds Pg 58 59 Ad 79 80 Village/town Beyton Culford Elmswell Hessett Elmswell Haughley Hessett Horringer Lawshall Nowton Rattlesden Rede Hargrave Whepstead Hawstead Cockfield Horringer Ad 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 Swynford Paddocks Hotel The Angel Hotel B&B accommodation . Touring Caravan & Camping Park Village/town Lawshall Thurston Pg 53 53 Ad Self Catering accommodation .Newmarket Area Name The Meadow House The Olde Bull Inn The Old Farmhouse 1eleven B&B Chestnut House The Rosery Harraton B&B The Willows Anne's Bed & Breakfast 37 Newmarket Road Black Horse Village/town Burwell.West Suffolk Visitor Guide 2010 Index of Accommodation Please refer to town maps and fold out map for locations of listed accommodation.Newmarket Name The Cadogan Hotel Bedford Lodge Hotel Best Western Heath Court Hotel The Rutland Arms Village/town Newmarket Newmarket Newmarket Newmarket Pg 55 56 57 57 Ad 75 76 77 Wyck Hall Stud Self Catering accommodation Newmarket Area Name Syde House Coach House & Stables Old Garden Cottage Hilary's Cottage Village/town Saxon Street Mildenhall Swaffham Prior Cambridge Swaffham Prior Cambridge Pg 66 66 66 66 Ad 99 100 78 101 102 74 . Cambridge Barton Mills Cheveley Cheveley Burwell Exning Exning Fordham Fordham Moulton Swaffam Bulbeck Pg 61 62 63 63 63 63 63 63 64 64 64 Ad 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 Thurston/Great Green 53 91 92 93 94 Caravan & Camping accommodation Bury St Edmunds Area Name Brighthouse Farm Caravan & Campsite The Dell.Newmarket Name Hilldown House Sandhurst The Walnuts Village/town Newmarket Newmarket Newmarket Pg 60 60 60 Ad 81 82 83 Mill House Holiday Cottages Hitcham B&B accommodation .Newmarket 73 74 Name 6 Belmont Court 11 Ashbourne Court 19 Tattersalls Cresent Village/town Newmarket Newmarket Newmarket Newmarket Pg 65 65 65 65 Ad 95 96 97 98 Hotels accommodation .

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