A two night stay in the jewel of Suffolk
Bury St. Edmunds is a jewel in the crown of Suffolk. Home of St. Edmund, the original patron saint of England, Bury boasts a magnificent cathedral, a ruined abbey and stunning parks. It is known as Suffolks foodie town and is home to Greene King and award-winning food and drink outlets.
Your Holiday includes
2 nights with dinner, bed, and breakfast at the award-winning 4-star Angel Hotel
A visit to Lavenham Guildhall, one of the most spectacular timber-framed buildings of medieval England
A visit to Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Watermill
A guided walking tour in Bury St. Edmunds
Reduction of £22.00pp for National Trust members
Your Holiday Hotel
THE ANGEL HOTEL
Charles Dickens used to stay at the Angel and mentioned the hotel in The Pickwick Papers. Built in 1452, and located in one of the countrys prettiest squares opposite the Abbey Gardens, the hotel offers traditional Georgian elegance and charm, mixed with modern design. The luxurious bedrooms are traditionally furnished with handpicked fabrics, and the bar, lounge and restaurant have recently been refurbished. Dinner comprises a 3-course, 3-choice menu with tea/coffee.
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