|84 Eastgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1YR|
Telephone: 01284 755490
Mobile: 07787 998046
Enjoy England 4 Stars
|The Glen is a delightful Grade II listed house built in 1792 with later additions. Set in spacious mature gardens with relaxing patio areas and large off road car parking.|
The House is interesting, homely and comfortable with a log burner in the cosy guest lounge. In the summer we have several seating areas and a log cabin should you wish to enjoy some quiet time.
|On arrival we shall be happy to welcome you with a tray of tea and biscuits and after a comfortable nights sleep, serve you with a delicious breakfast including fresh fruit, yogurt, local sausages and free range eggs.|
|Our five letting rooms are clean and well equipped with all you need for a pleasant stay. All rooms have digital TV with free WiFi, hospitality trays and toiletries.|
Single occupancy £40.00 to £50.00 per night
Double/Twin £60 to £75.00 per night
Family room £75.00 + £15.00 per child
all charges include full breakfast
Booking & Payment
A non refundable £20 deposit is required at the time of booking and in the event of cancellation, 3 days notice is required.
We are pleased to accept payment by:
Cheque with bankers card
Cash in sterling or euros
Directions to The Glen
From the Abbey, follow road into Mustow Street/Eastgate Street The Glen is 800 mtr on the right just past The Greyhound Pub at the junction with Mount Road.
Approaching Bury on the A143 turn left at roundabout to Morton Hall Ind Est on Ortewell Road under the bridge turn right on Barton Road at mini roundabout turn left on to Eastgate Street, The Glen is 100 mtrs on the left at junction with Mount Road.
From the A14 take the A143 to Diss and Thetford. Turn right at 2nd roundabout on Hollow Road. Across mini roundabout and The Glen is on the left.
The Abbey Gardens and Cathedral
are just a short walk from The Glen. There you will find the ruins of the Abbey of St Edmund, and the glorious floral bedding displays which have been a deciding factor in the town collecting numerous national and international awards.
|Places to visit: The Nutshell|
and squeeze into the smallest pub in Britain owned by Green King.
|Check out the numerous places to eat and enjoy browsing around the new Arc shopping centre.|
One of the oldest working theatres in the country. A fine piece of Georgian architecture.
Oldest recorded town, museums, zoo, castle, shops
Newmarket (approx 25 mins drive)
Horse racing, National Stud, museums, gallops, heathland
County town, football ground, pedestrian shopping centre.
Cambridge and the Suffolk coastal resorts are approx 40 minutes drive
Lavenham, Clare, Sudbury, Long Melford, Needham market, Debenham, Hadleigh
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