Suffolk Cottage Holidays
Suffolk Cottage Holidays features the best selection of countryside properties in Suffolk. We joined The Original Cottage Company in 2017 and we are now part of the largest private selection of holiday properties in the UK.
Offering over 30 holidays cottages across Bury St Edmunds and Suffolk, find a great place to stay during the Christmas Fayre with holidaycottages.co.uk. Choose from romantic cottages, family-friendly accommodation and much more.
Tuddenham Mill is a luxury boutique hotel and award winning restaurant located between Newmarket and Bury St. Edmunds. Enjoying the accolade of Suffolk’s best restaurant in the 2018/19 Good Food guide, Tuddenham Mill has years of history, with a chic yet sympathetic refurbishment of a traditional watermill combining to offer an exceptional experience in the Suffolk countryside. If you're looking for something more than the usual boutique hotel then you may have found it. Tuddenham Mill offers a unique environment, a genuine passion for great food and wine, the ultimate in bedroom comforts and discreet yet attentive service.
Mullion Barn is an early 17th Century Grade II listed barn, converted in 2008 into a beautiful home with a private self catering annexe (The Stable) alongside. It is quietly positioned in the traditional picturesque village of Hessett, which is located on the edge of Bury St Edmunds and perfect for the Christmas Fayre. The Stable is a one bedroom, single storey, self catering holiday let with private drive and entrance, sleeping up to three adults or a young family, but ideally suited to a couple. The sympathetically converted stable barn, has a wealth of original features, high ceilings and exposed oak beams, furnished with a modern twist. The perfect retreat for a peaceful weekend getaway.
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The Northgate is a place to eat, drink, sleep and relax. The historic house, located just a few moments’ walk from Bury’s iconic ancient Abbey, has undergone extensive renovation resulting in the creation of a restaurant and a Chef’s table, a bar and lounge area, 9 bedrooms and a large south facing terrace.
Rich in history, visitors have lots to discover in Bury St Edmunds.
Find out about Bury St Edmunds’ role in the Magna Carta, the story of Saint Edmund, and where a French Tudor Queen rests.
Visit the Abbey ruins, the site of one of the most important medieval monasteries in Europe, and wonder at Suffolk’s only cathedral.
Explore medieval streets and architecture, Georgian squares, Britain’s last remaining regency theatre, and the town’s literary links to Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and Norah Lofts.
Eat and drink at award-winning restaurants, gastropubs and cafés. Shop ’til you drop at independent boutiques, leading high street stores and weekly street markets which are almost as old as the Abbey itself.
Indulge in a wealth of leisure activities, including spas, swimming, golf and tennis. Walk or cycle through picturesque parks, woodland and meadows and enjoy the tranquillity and beauty of open spaces.
Take a drive out into the countryside to the pretty medieval wool towns of Lavenham, Long Melford and Clare.
Bury St Edmunds is an ideal base for exploring the rest of the East of England too. Newmarket is just 20 minutes away, Cambridge 35 minutes, Ipswich 35 minutes.
If you want to combine a trip to Bury St Edmunds with a visit to the seaside then the Suffolk coast can be reached in just under an hour, and if you are exploring the UK, the journey to London is less than two hours.
With so much to see and do in Bury St Edmunds and the surrounding area, you’ll want to stay longer.
Boutique hotels with history, charming bed and breakfasts, sumptuous rural cottages, country houses, and luxury apartments, there is an abundance of choice.
Whether you fancy splashing out on a high-end luxury break or fancy a quick, value-for-money getaway there are plenty of options