Bury St Edmunds Holiday Cottages
The historic market town of Bury St Edmunds has over 1,000 years of documented heritage and is known as a “jewel in the Suffolk countryside”. This cathedral town and civil parish is often known shorthand as just Bury by locals but isn’t to be confused with its northern counterpart. It was originally called Beodericsworth and is believed to have been formally built as a town back in 1080.
Bury St Edmunds holiday cottages are popular amongst history buffs and those just looking for a slower-paced getaway. The town centre is still home to several listed period buildings, yet doesn’t compromise on amenities – there are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants to keep you busy. Bury St Edmunds balances contemporary life beautifully with its rural surroundings: you can spend the day walking the local countryside routes and the evening in a restaurant enjoying a meal out.
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Locations to visit near Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk is a fine county, with many picturesque towns and villages dotted throughout its fields. When looking for staycation destinations, consider browsing Snaptrip’s holiday cottage collection in the following areas: