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Bury St Edmunds cottages

8 properties found
Bury St Edmunds, Bury and the Wool Towns

Gardener's Cottage - Nowton Park

8422

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7 nights

£1,246 - £2,554

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Chevington, Suffolk Countryside

The Potting Shed

211

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7 nights

£588 - £940

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Whepstead, Suffolk Countryside

Mallards

2111

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7 nights

£600 - £1,050

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Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Countryside

Hockerhill Barn

4221

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7 nights

£651 - £1,162

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Wickhambrook, Suffolk Countryside

The Old School House

2111

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7 nights

£598 - £983

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Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Countryside

1, John O' Groat Cottages

5311

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7 nights

£603 - £964

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Shelland, Suffolk Countryside

The Cartlodge

6331

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7 nights

£906 - £1,532

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Long Melford, Suffolk Countryside

The Oat Barn

6331

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7 nights

£973 - £1,999

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Holiday cottages & self-catering accommodation in Bury St Edmunds

Make Bury St Edmunds your next ‘city break’ with us. Although Bury St Edmunds is technically a town, as Suffolk’s biggest, there is simply so much to see and do. A grand and ancient cathedral sits in the centre of this pretty Suffolk market town. Dating back to the 9th century, this magnificent cathedral is a peaceful place to visit, surrounded by formal abbey gardens, and is home to the ruins of the old Benedictine monastery too, perfect for a scenic stroll and picnic. In the town itself, you’ll find a National Trust-run theatre, which is a great spot for a night out, and there are plenty of stylish restaurants for evening dining. Explore the cobbled streets during the day, popping into independent shops and galleries and relaxing outside coffee houses when you are ready for a break.

We have a super selection of holiday cottages in Bury St Edmunds, including dog-friendly self-catering properties and luxury accommodation. From boltholes near the centre to historic country cottages in the more secluded parts of the town, we have something for all tastes. Even though there’s so much going on in Bury St Edmunds itself, the town is also within a commutable distance of coastal spots such as Aldeburgh and Southwold, as well as Ipswich, Ely, Cambridge, and Norwich. With so much to do in the town and so many other amazing places to visit, a self-catering holiday in Bury St Edmunds is the best way to see Suffolk.