There are many hotels to choose from in Bury St Edmunds, and plenty of reasons to stay there. It is a medieval market town and home to the remains at Bury St Edmunds Abbey, which is a very popular sight for tourists. The town has an olde world feel with modern conveniences such as a large shopping centre and a great variety of restaurants and pubs
The Suffolk Hotel, Golf and Leisure is to be discovered on the very edge of Bury St Edmunds. For fans of golf this is an ideal accommodation option as it has an 18 hole championship golf course that is open to the public. In addition, the hotel boasts modern and comfortable bedrooms, conference facilities, a leisure club, swimming pool, sauna and a spa.
Ravenwood Hall Hotel is a truly impressive sight and perfect for those of you looking to pamper yourselves. The hotel is rich in history and retains many of its original features. It is located within 7 acres of beautiful countryside and offers 14 luxurious bedrooms, each one decorated to exceptional standards. Children (and dogs!) and warmly welcomed, making Ravenwood Hall a great place for a special family holiday. The in-house restaurant has been awarded two rosettes for excellence and the menus are full of local ingredients. The hotel also offers full wedding services.
The Olde Bull Inn Hotel is a relaxed place to stay, with 14 bedrooms and the Oakroom Restaurant where delicious food, Real Ales and fine wines can be enjoyed. Rumour has it that The Olde Bull Inn Hotel was once visited by Queen Elizabeth I! If it’s good enough for Her majesty, it’s got to be good enough for you!
One of the most unusual hotels close to Bury St Edmunds is Tuddenham Mill. This building used to be a watermill and has since been converted into a luxury hotel. The hotel’s wedding services are second to none and well worth looking into if you are planning to get married in the near future.
A trip to Bury St Edmunds is a great idea – but staying in one of the wonderful hotels there is an even better one!