The Angel Hotel

The Angel Hotel
3 Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1LT

Winners of the best large hotel throughout the East of England Award 2009 . The Angel dates back to 12th Century and is a traditional coaching Inn. It stands on one of the prettiest Georgian squares in the country opposite the award winning Abbey Gardens. The hotel is within easy reach of Long Melford and Lavenham, popular with antique hunters, Newmarket, Cambridge and the Suffolk Coast. In the lounge, choose from Italian cappuccinos or fine English teas. With its log fire, it is a popular meeting place for local people. The refurbished Angel Eaterie, with its stunning artwork and stylish design, is open from 12:00 until 21:30. The hotel has been visited by kings, queens, actors and writers. One such guest was Charles Dickens, who mentioned the Angel Hotel in The Pickwick Papers Breakfast can be added to any reservation at the booking stage, £7.00 per person for continental or £11.00 per person for full English.

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