Bury St Edmunds accommodation – Enjoy a holiday in the East of England
Holiday cottages Bury St Edmunds are in a small market town in Suffolk and have a great history and plenty of attractions for all ages to enjoy. The town is well known for the St Edmundsbury Cathedral and St Mary's Church. They are the remains of the Benedictine Abbey that once stood there and King Edmund, who the second part of the town name refers to, was housed in a shrine in the Abbey after his death in the year 869. Be sure to visit Abbey gardens while staying in Bury St Edmunds accommodation; It's one of the town's most popular attractions and you can see the ruins of the 11th century Benedictine Abbey within the gardens. There are different areas of the gardens to explore while at holiday cottages Bury St Edmunds, for example a sensory garden, a water garden and a rose garden.
There are many quirky places you can visit at Bury St Edmunds accommodation, for example The Nutshell pub which is said to be the smallest pub in Britain. Holiday cottages Bury St Edmunds is also home it's own brewery, Greene King, and you can have tours around the building to see what really goes on in a brewery and tot take a trip to their roof to get the best views of Bury St Edmunds accommodation. There are plenty of other stunning towns near to holiday homes Bury St Edmunds, for example Newmarket, Mildenhall and its not too far away from bigger cities like Cambridge and Ipswich.