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All reviews abbey gardens lovely town town centre well worth a visit bury st smallest pub benedictine monastery short break after hours charity shops tea shop lovely meal english town lovely place market square ruins suffolk
If you are a visitor to the UK or taking a short break to Suffolk/Norfolk try and include a day or an overnight stay in this typical English town.
Beautifully kept gardens and ruins of the ancient cathedral are very well maintained.
The Cathedral itself...More
Bury St Edmunds is a lovely town with many things to do and see. It has a town centre with a mix of quality and chain brand shops especially good for men's clothes and Swiss watches. There are many resteraunts ranging from quality to mediocre...More
This town has a lovely garden around the Abbey which is very family and dog friendly. We enjoyed meandering around and looking at the church ruins, gardens and small aviary. There’s a peaceful feel and a slower pace to this place. We attended the late...More
Really enjoyed visiting Bury. It has a good mix of historical (the Abbey) and modern (a great set of places to eat). There's a brewery too if you have the time! Decent shopping as well. We stayed at the Premier Inn which was a 5-10...More
Historic. Easy location to get to by car or public transport. Many shops to visit. Plenty of eateries to choose from. Has managed to maintain the ambience of a market town. Good place to meet friends. Picnic in the Abbey Gardens. Ruins of Benedictine Monastery....More
A very compact pretty little town which we both visited very recently whilst in Suffolk.
The Cathedral is stunning,but we really enjoyed the Abbey Gardens which considering the time of year,were very busy.
Little tea shops and restaurants frequent the area on a regular basis...More
Bury St Edmonds museum (based in the market square - If you have time, this is really interesting to look around. The building itself is the oldest building standing in the town which adds to the character greatly. Would recommend highly.
The town itself is...More