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 Theatre Royal, St. Edmundsbury Cathedral, The Abbey, and King's Circus.
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    Travel Blogs from Bury St. Edmunds

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    A travel blog entry by jowinfield on Jul 03, 2015

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    ... of the legs and some lunch before coming on to Abinger Hammer. Mary was about to take Chloe to the vet so good to say hello before she left. Milly is just gorgeous, desperately wants to be over and paid more mind to. We are just watching tennis and relaxing in the cool. Her paw just lifts and goes over David's foot. "I'm here. Notice me! Mary arrived home and we just continued with the relaxing day while Mary got our meal. ...

    Bury St. Edmunds

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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! ...

    Cambridge: The lesson for today.

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 01, 2014

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    ... this world famous choir, and valuing the artistry of the whole event. When it was over I walked out with the rest of the crowd. The conversations were of the music, the Latin songs, the correctness of the translation of King James and alternatives that might have been considered. I walked up to the two remaining priests at the door, held out my hand, looked them in the eye and said "Peace be with you". It was their turned to be a little startled. I saw them ...

    The train from Sheffield

    A travel blog entry by fretdemon on Jan 07, 2013

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    ... 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 ...

    Sunday, December 16

    A travel blog entry by bryanbungo on Dec 16, 2012

    48 photos

    ... American Cemetery in Cambridge. As you walk through the cemetery you can see on each grave, where each soldier came from. It depicts no age, so you can only guess, but the location really makes you start to relate and realize just how real all of it really was. You can walk up to the wall and see each soldiers name, and as you look down the wall and see just how many names are on there, it is a terribly horrifying thought; these people were people just like ...