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B and Bs in Bury St Edmunds

Old Rectory
Hopton
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk

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The Old Rectory is a listed building dating from the 16th Century standing in mainly walled gardens, a feature of which are the rose beds and the various mature trees. The house is ideally situated to explore East Anglia being on the Suffolk/Norfolk border. Bury St. Edmunds is twelve miles away, the market town of Diss is eight. Cambridge, Ipswich and Norwich are within easy driving distance.

The house is beautifully furnished and many period features add to the charm of this lovely stylish family home. The luxurious bedrooms have en suite facilities. Sarah is a trained cook and Bobby, who has travelled extensively, particularly during his days in the City, offers an interesting and varied wine list. Together they delight in entertaining guests in their beautifully restored home. A no smoking house.

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Ratings/Awards: 5 Star Gold Award
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 2 & one with private shower room
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Evening Meal Provided - Dinner available at 30 pp
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No Smoking Rooms
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