The house dates from 1570 and is the former Dairy Farm for the Ickworth Estate. Guests can easily walk into the Park from the house. The room is on the top floor and features beams and windows on both sides. The house is 200 metres off the road, down a drive. It is situated less than three miles from the centre of Bury St Edmunds. Although we don't provide breakfast, a toaster, with bread, butter and home-made marmalade is provided as well as tea, coffee, milk and fruit juice.
“Our stay with Bob and Bundy was excellent! They are very welcoming, we loved the welcome we got when we arrived late in the evening, with happy chatting and tea. The house breathes history and is idyllically located on the edge of the Ickworth estate. Everything was very clean. This is the kind of place you always hope to encounter when you book something on Airbnb. We would recommend staying here!”
One twin bedroom available in large, comfy, friendly family house right in the centre of beautiful, historic Bury St Edmunds. Free wifi. No additional charges for cleaning + price includes a help yourself breakfast of tea/coffee and choice of cereal or toast. Use of kitchen for other food prep if needed. Parking is on-street nearby with daily permits at 30p each.
“Clean, cosy, comfy, compact twin room in characterful town house, right in centre of the town's independent-shop area. Friendly, communicative, responsive hosts. Nice shower! Perfect for us - two guys on bikes doing a bit of touring round Suffolk - as we could store our bikes safely, shower and chill out after our ride, and then stroll out five minutes up the street to enjoy Bury St Edmunds' range of atmospheric cafes, bars and pubs. We enjoyed the free basic breakfast too!”
Ground floor room in a rural, charming little suffolk village. 10 minutes drive to Newmarket, 30 minutes to cambridge. 20 minutes to bury st edmunds. A quiet friendly family home. private room with ensuite. Single bed, tv, chest of drawers, wet room ( shower, basin, heated towel rail, toilet). patio doors open out to a decked seating area surrounded by an enclosed, peaceful, spacious garden. Lovely village and a very warm welcome received at the local medieval pub.
“Lovely little room with its own entrance and a great host. Karen was very helpful with whatever I needed.”