WINDSOR WOOD HOUSE
Bed & Breakfast
THINGS TO DO
Quality interiors are the hallmark of Windsor Wood. Comfort and cleanliness lie at the heart of our home, with high quality bed linen, soft towels, heated towel rails and complimentary products.
Double, twin or single rooms - each with ensuites, are £45-50 per night.
“The only peaceful place to stay for Bury St Edmunds and surrounding area".
Peter and Mary
Situated 4 miles from Bury St Edmunds, Windsor Wood Bed & Breakfast is a haven of tranquility. Spacious double, twin and single ensuite rooms, beautiful gardens, wholesome home-cooked breakfasts, it is the ideal stopover for the busy traveller.
Windsor Wood is situated in the countryside just one mile from the A14 for onward travel to Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich, Newmarket, Cambridge and beyond.
Bury St Edmunds hosts a popular market every Wednesday morning.
Theatre Royal in Bury, St Edmundsbury Cathedral, the Abbey Gardens, there is plenty to see locally.
Two acres of well stocked gardens are at your disposal, for you to enjoy an evening stroll.
A full English breakfast is included, using home reared pork and eggs, alongside a continental breakfast.
Rooms are cleaned daily during your stay. A fresh linen service is available.
There is a leisure centre and swimming pool in Bury St Edmunds as well as the National Trust Ickworth Park and the popular horse races at Newmarket.
Horse-riding at nearby Barrow Hall Stables can be arranged.
Situated between Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket, Windsor Wood House is the perfect base for business or pleasure. It's a quiet retreat from a busy day of meetings or an ideal place from which to explore west Suffolk or have a day out at Newmarket races.
Bury St Edmunds is a medieval town of great historical interest with a splendid cathedral and famous ruined abbey within the award-winning Abbey Gardens. Close by is the Anglo Saxon Centre and Country Park at West Stow, situated on the site of an old settlement inhabited from 420-650AD. Nearby is the Ickworth Estate with the magnificent Ickworth House at its heart, a popular National Trust attraction.
Bury is home to the Grade 1 listed Theatre Royal, the only surviving example of a Regency theatre in the country. Alongside this is the relatively new music and entertainment venue, the Apex. The town has two cinemas, a Cineworld and the independent Abbeygate, with a mix of arthouse and mainstream films.
Local pubs which offer evening meals include the splendidly refurbished Weeping Willow up the road in Barrow, and the cosy Beehive at Horringer. The town has a wide selection of eateries, with excellent independent restaurants and pubs including Maison Bleu, Pea Porridge, Mings Oriental, The One Bull and the Old Cannon Brewery.
High speed WiFi is available to all guests.