The Angel Hotel (Bury St Edmunds) Reviews
Description:Address: 3 Angel Hill / Bury St Edmunds / Suffolk / IP33 1LT England / Telephone: 01284 714000
Newest Review: ... pleasure. The room had all the usual features you would expect but also had a trouser press, ironing board, hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities and a television, which included the usual mix or terrestrial and cable channels including Sky News and Sky Sports. The room directly overlooked the car park at the rear of the hotel which was an added bonus. The room also had an Air ... more
Customer The Angel Hotel (Bury St Edmunds) Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/04/08 (Very useful, 539 readings)
A while ago I had to go to Bury St.Edmunds on business over a three day period. My first question on being told this news was "Where the bloody hell is Bury St. Edmunds?" Now, being a lad from Manchester I thought the only Bury was situated in Lancashire and was famous for its black puddings. However, as I gladly found out, there is a lovely market town in the heart of Suffolk (that's near Ipswich, Newmarket and Cambridge if you didn't know) which shares part of its name with its Lancashire counterpart and that is where I was to visit. ****** So having found out where you were going, why did you decide to stay at The Angel ****** The two ... Read the complete review
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