Find incredible places to stay for a self-catering break in Bury St. Edmunds, Not only are there charming country cottages but also quaint and unusual holiday homes that would please everyone. Bury St Edmunds is an attractive historical market town in Suffolk in which to take a self-catering break. This town has a number of fascinating historical buildings, a large town square along with Suffolk’s only cathedral and attractive gardens. Enjoy browsing through the self-catering cottages in and near Bury St Edmunds listed below. Alternatively read on for more information about things to see and do in Bury St Edmunds.
What Bury St Edmunds offers for Cottage Breaks
Enjoy meandering around the medieval streets and appreciating the medieval and Georgian architecture of the town. There a number of brightly coloured buildings, as is often the style in East Anglia. One of the traditional focal points for the community was the Guildhall, a Grade I listed building. There are also cafes, art galleries, an award winning market and restaurants in Bury St Edmunds. Guided tours for the cathedral operate on certain days. Also in Horinger near Bury St Edmunds is Ickworth, a country house with a rotunda and extensive gardens, protected by the National Trust.
The beautiful medieval village of Lavenham is just an easy 12 mile drive away and well worth a visit for its relaxed atmosphere, country pubs and cafes.
More information about things to see and do in Bury St Edmunds is freely available from the Bury St Edmunds Tourist Information Centre.
Whether you need to find a cottage for 2 or a cottage for 10, we hope you find good quality self-catering accommodation for you in or near Bury St Edmunds.
Book a Bury St Edmunds cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Suffolk on holiday.