The bed was very very comfortable, and so was the chair in my room. The dials in the shower were a little bit confusing and I didn't like the fact the TV automatically came on at 7am. I got out of bed, unplugged it and went back to bed. I was a little disappointed there wasn't any diabetic option for the sugar in my room.
But all in all, I would definately recommend this hotel as I think the price paid was really good and I had a really comfortable night's sleep.
Jonathan from Thetford, Norfolk, UK
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Abbeygate, Athenaeum, and St Edmundsbury Cathedral. Also nearby are Bury …More
Most relaxing stay on the first leg of our honeymoon. Set in beautiful Suffolk countryside, breath taking views. The double room and en suite was luxurious and top quality. Enjoyed relaxing breakfast in the lovely country garden. Could not have asked for a better location and setting.
Mr and Mrs C, from Suffolk,
Situated in Bury St Edmunds, this bed & breakfast is in the same area as Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds Abbey, and St …More
Check in was a breeze, room was clean, good thermostatic shower, clean towels, comfortable bed. It is a basic sort of place perfect for a bloke on a budget who likes a generous fry up in the morning. The German Sheppard dog is timid and old looking but could put some people off. The pub was lively but not too noisy for me, I had no problem getting to sleep (in room5) with people still out in the beer garden below. Its location was perfect for me; equal walking distance between the town centre and the best pub in East Anglia (The Dove), that otherwise would have been a trek from somewhere nearer the station. I would recommend it to my mates, and I will stay there next time I go to Bury. I wouldn’t recommend it to a family with kids as there are more suitable expensive family orientated places in town. As others have said, it could do with some decoration if you are into that sort of thing, but I went to Bury to spend time in the town, not appraise the carpeting in the rooms above a pub. It’s not a luxury, it is just great value. I was really happy with my stay at The Black Boy.
Situated in the entertainment district, this inn is close to Athenaeum, Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery, and St Edmundsbury …More