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The Angel Hotel
3 Angel Hill
Bury St Edmunds

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Situated on Angel Hill, one of the country's prettiest squares, this family owned hotel offers beautifully-decorated bedrooms, comfortable Lounge and newly refurbished Angel Eaterie with its stunning artwork and cool design. Charles Dickens stayed in this former coaching inn while writing The Pickwick Papers.The interior is filled with antiques, art and photographs illustrating the hotel's rich heritage. Guests can dine in the stylish Angel Eaterie. Everything is made on site including freshly baked bread daily and eighty percent of the food is locally sourced. The 2 rosette award-winning cuisine is complimented by an excellent choice of wines with 30 available by the glass.

Each of the 75 bedrooms is individually-designed and beautifully decorated, from the traditional to contemporary, with luxury four-poster rooms and spacious suites. Stylish en-suite bathrooms and extra touches such as feather down pillows will ensure a comfortable and relaxing stay. With friendly and welcoming staff offering the highest standards of service and good value short-breaks available throughout the year, the Angel is perfect for a weekend away.

Additional facilities: Wifi fast internet access available throughout the hotel.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star
Voted Best Large Hotel throughout the East of England 2008 & 2009
Number of Rooms: 74
Number Ensuite: 74

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full Suffolk Breakfast & VAT
Double: From 100
Twin: From 100
Suite: From 160
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Name: Angel Eaterie / Vaults Restaurant
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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Parking - Limited
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

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