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Bed and Breakfast in Bury St Edmunds - St Andrews Lodge

Awarded AA 4 stars
AA awarded 4 stars
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Trish Whatley

St Andrews Lodge
30 St Andrews Street
North Bury St Edmunds
IP33 1SZ

tel: 01284 756733</br></br>Please mention</br>when calling in order to receive any</br>discounts that may be available to you.


Sleeps max of:
Twin room
from £48 - £65 p/room
  • AA 4 stars

Bed and Breakfast in Bury St Edmunds

3 purpose built motel-style twin rooms close to town centre with off-street parking. All rooms are centrally heated with colour TV/DVD, tea and coffee making facilities, small fridge and hairdryer. 5 minutes from all amenities.

Bury St Edmunds is a busy and beautiful market town in the centre of East Anglia. The Abbey rose to fame in the Middle Ages when St Edmund became the patron saint of England.


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By Car: Distances from St.Andrews Lodge: Town Centre 5 mins, by road 3 mins A14, by rail 5 mins Railway Station, by bus 2 mins Bus Terminal, Newmarket 12 miles, Cambridge 25 miles, Ipswich 25 miles, Felixstowe Ferries 30 miles, Norwich 40 miles.

This delightful property is situated close to the A14 and the town centre. The well-equipped modern bedrooms are on the ground floor of a separate purpose-built building to the rear of the house so you can 'come and go' as you please..En-suite bathrooms with bath/power shower over, TV/DVD, tea and coffee facilities and fridge. Parking space available. Within five minutes walk of town centre, bus and railway station. Children welcome from any age.


  • Parking


  • Cots available
  • Shower ensuite
  • TV in room
  • Coffee & tea in room
  • Bath ensuite
  • Hair dryers available
  • Video/DVD
  • Central heating
  • Iron board


It is said that at the high altar of the abbey 25 Barons swore an oath in 1214 forcing King John to ratify the Magna Carta, which he later did at Runnymead, Surrey. Bury St.Edmunds is now known as Shrine of a King, Cradle of the Law. The abbey precinct encompasses the giant ruins of the abbey, the splendid Abbey Gardens, the Cathedral Church of St.James and St.Mary's Church. The Abbey Gate and Norman Tower have become symbols of Bury St.Edmunds whilst the gardens regularly win national prizes for their bedding displays along with the town winning national and world prizes for Town in Bloom. The gardens are free of charge every day of the year.

  • Museums
  • Ancient Monuments
  • Stately Homes
  • Churches
  • National Trust
  • Art galleries

Food & Drink

Breakfast is in the main house and served at individual tables in the smart dining room, which overlooks the neat courtyard. As far as possible local ingredients are served, bought from the local market including free range eggs, butchers own made sausages, dry cured bacon. If you want a kipper, fresh fruit or a special cereal just let us know in advance.


  • Cooked breakfast (incl)
  • Continental breakfast (incl)

Some of the special dining features that we have to offer

  • Home cooking
  • Local produce

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