Things to do in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Wander through Abbey Gardens
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Abbey Gardens is at the heart of Bury St Edmunds and is a beautiful spot for enjoying its peaceful surroundings, whether a stroll through the garden or sitting down to read a good book. This idyllic garden in the former Benedictine Abbey forms part of a rich history of one of the wealthiest and largest Benedictine monasteries in the UK, which has even been visited by royalty! With the scenic displays of flowers in bloom, and freshly cut grass, paired with the historic backdrop of the former monastery, it’s easy to see why this garden was awarded the Green Flag Award!
Visit Neptune Home, Bury St Edmunds
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In the world of interiors, we love Neptune Home,so a visit to their Neptune Bury St Edmunds showroom cannot be missed when in the area! This renovated Georgian building once housed a brand called Robert Boby, renowned for their inventions and designs of agricultural machinery in the hay and seed industry. The classic Georgian sash windows and original brick work make an inviting welcome, where inside you’ll be greeted with a grand double staircase and all their interior pieces you know and love!
Dine at Cote Brasserie
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Feeling peckish after a busy day in Bury St Edmunds? Why not grab a bite to eat at Cote Brasserie, serving simple and freshly prepared cuisine including breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu has drawn inspiration from trends in Paris, providing less-fussy, classic French dishes. Cote Brasserie is an award-winning restaurant that provides quality food and have restaurants in the heart of Cambridge and Norwich.
Explore the historic town of Lavenham
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Just a short drive from the Bury St Edmunds tile shop near Cambridge, is the picturesque, historic town of Lavenham. Widely known as one of the best examples of a wool town in England, Lavenham’s buildings date back to the 15th century. Brightly coloured buildings, with rich timber beams are just some of the surroundings to expect in this town. After a wander around, submersed in history, why not grab a drink and a bite to eat at one of the many pubs on the high street.
Visit Quorn Stone Tile Shop near Bury St Edmunds
Finally, we couldn't not mention our latest showroom! If you're looking for ideas and inspiration for natural stone and porcelain tiles near Cambridge, why not visit our fourth inspirational showroom in Bury St Edmunds. The showroom is located on Manor Farm, which was previously a family-owned fruit farm established in 1958. The traditional exterior known as the “Suffolk barn” features reclaimed roof tiles and solid oak wall cladding. As a natural stone and porcelain tile retailer of over 27 years, our business has changed, but our passion for stone flooring is at the forefront of everything we do! We look forward to meeting you and helping with your projects big or small.