Sudbury Bed and Breakfast


Bed and Breakfast in Suffolk

Terry & Lynette welcome you to their beautiful B&B in Sudbury Suffolk Uk

Bridge Street Historic Bed and Breakfast.

Relaxing Guest House.

Family Suite.

Friendly Staff

Choice of Spacious Rest Areas.
 

The Bridge Street Historic Guest House
Terry & Lynette welcome you to Our Bed and Breakfast Experience in our beautiful 14th century timber framed home.

Situated on the A134 between Sudbury & Bury St Edmunds.
2 miles from the beautiful villages of Lavenham, Long Melford & Kersey.

So what makes our Suffolk Bed and Breakfast different from the others?

As a Pet Friendly Bed and Breakfast in Suffolk we will look after your dog during the day whilst you enjoy our house, The Gardens or tour Local Sudbury Attractions in your car or by bicycle.

Alternatively we will prepare you a delicious packed lunch or tasty picnic basket with a bottle of wine (on request) so you can then walk some of the most beautiful countryside in England with your dog.

Sudbury Bed & Breakfast

During your stay at our beautiful Sudbury Bed and Breakfast you may like to sample Lynette's culinary delights from her gourmet Hunneywood Products range (made in our country kitchen consisting of the most wonderful Preserves, Jams, Pickles, Cakes and Shortbreads.

Available for purchase from The Bridge Street Gallery or the Hunneywood Products Website.

Suffolk B&B

Our Sudbury Suffolk B&B also offers a Evening meal with a complimentary glass our own special HunneyWood branded country wine or beer brewed on site (available on request)

Special rates are available subject to duration of stay and frequency of visits (please contact us for more info).


 

 

Call 01787 248578 Now to Reserve your Room!!
or for an enquiry please email:
reservations@thebridgestreetgallery.com

 

 



Pet Friendly Bed and Breakfast in Suffolk.



 

 

 

 


Visit some of our Friends Visit The Bridge Street Gallery Suffolks favourite little art gallery. View Suffolk Tourist Guide for things to do. Visit Kentwell Hall. Visit the National Trusts Melford Hall.