Welcome to Bury St Edmunds

A picturesque, ancient, market town in the heart of Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds is ideally placed to visit and explore the surrounding countryside and coast of East Anglia.

The town maintains its traditional market; surrounded by independent shops, just a stroll from the Cathedral, Abbey gardens and Abbey ruins. Truly a jewel in the crown of Suffolk.

Staying In Town

Whether you like historic surroundings or simple modern lines, there’s a place for you

Eating In Town

Such a choice! Somewhere different every night

What to see in Town

Where should you go first? Parks, gardens, historic buildings, fabulous shops

Getting Around

Good road and rail links and an easy walking town centre

Staying Out of Town

Your choice; glamping, camping, luxurious or cute.

Eating Out of Town

Every road leads to a delicious meal

What to see Beyond

Such a choice; look at our map and make your choice

Take-Aways

Visit and order or delivered to the hotel

Why choose Bury St Edmunds

Our choice of over 70 restaurants, beautiful walks and nearby attractions will captivate you.

Fine Accommodation

Great Dining

Interesting Places to visit

Shopping gallore

Things Not to Miss

There's lots happening in Bury St Edmunds - below are a list of some key ones that you won't want to miss.

  • South Suffolk Agricultural Show

    South Suffolk Agricultural Show

    The one day South Suffolk Agricultural Show in 2019 will be the 131st show will take place on Sunday 12th May 2019. Spread over 90 acres there will be the usual cattle, sheep, pigs, horses and judging classes. Other attractions include arts & craft marquee, shopping marquee, food hall, countryside area, vintage farm machinery, trade stands, superb children’s entertainments, an excellent range of catering units with the majority selling only local produce and a public bar and much more. Come and enjoy a countryside event.

    Ampton Racecourse (near Ingham, Bury St Edmunds
    12-May-2019 to 13-May-2019