Ravenwood Hall Country Hotel

Address: Mouse Lane, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, East Anglia, England, IP30 9JA, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Mouse Lane, Bury St. Edmunds, is near King's Circus, Theatre Royal, St. Edmundsbury Cathedral, and The Abbey.
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          Travel Blogs from Bury St. Edmunds

          Lunch with dad

          A travel blog entry by raceytracy on Nov 12, 2015

          3 photos

          Still not feeling good so first stop boots chemist for some cold remedies after which we headed for Freeport. There we met dad and Rena and enjoyed the next few hours talking, laughing and having lunch. Love spending time with them, they are such good company. Val went out with her girls in the evening but I opted to stay back and chill. An early night for ...

          Bury St. Edmunds

          A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Aug 14, 2014

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          Friday 15th. August

          We went on a very interesting tour of the local brewery the Greene King. This is a very large brewery producing an assortment of different ales including Abbott's Ale and Speckled Hen. There was a spectacular view of Bury St. Edmunds from the roof of the building. The tour concluded with a tasting! ...

          On the bus(es)! around Cambridge

          A travel blog entry by kay27 on Jul 08, 2014

          5 comments, 25 photos

          We ventured on to the double-decker Hop-On/Hop-Off bus to see what there is to see in Cambridge (population 111 000)... * First the Romans (1AD), then the Saxons (450 AD), followed by the Vikings who used the river for trading * Harvard attended Emmanuel College * there used to be 14 pubs in King Street - the King Street Run was born here...students had to drink a pint of beer in each of the 14 pubs * Jesus College - oldest college - Prince Edward ...

          Little Bardfield Church

          A travel blog entry by m8man on Oct 24, 2013

          20 photos

          ... of the Resurrection at Mirfield and the Society of the Sacred Mission at Kelham are well known, but the Benedictines at Nashdom Abbey also prepared a number of men for the parish ministry between the wars.Mears decided in 1910 to open a theological college in his parish to train men who might otherwise not have fulfilled their vocations, and which, in the words of one former student was run on a ‘shoe string.’ In his earlier life, Mears ...

          The train from Sheffield

          A travel blog entry by fretdemon on Jan 07, 2013

          2 photos

          ... I booked my train ticket I requested a seat near the luggage rack, a power point and a seat going forwards. I was given a seat going backwards, no power points and a seat in the middle of the carriage, the furthest possible from the luggage rack. Trainline specify that they will do their best to provide you with your requests however ...