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Bury St Edmunds

Our Bury St Edmunds office enjoys a prime close to the town centre of Bury St. Edmunds, in a striking 19th Century Grade II listed building. The location of St Andrew’s Castle is on the west side of St Andrew’s Street South.

The Castle stands in its own grounds behind a high wall and is NOT visible from the road. The main entrance on St Andrew’s Street South is shared with that of St Benedict’s Catholic School– Turn in through the gated entrance and take the right hand fork, up the drive to the car park and Reception. Nearby points of reference are Halfords, Waitrose and Greene & Greene (rear entrance).

A number of local estate agents with which we work closely are located nearby. Our nearest other offices are in Norwich, Cambridge or Ely in case one of them is more convenient for you. We serve customers from Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire from this office.

Bury St Edmunds is surrounded by some quaint villages and is well served by the A14. Some of these include Barrow, Botesdale, Cockfield, Dalham, Elveden, Finningham, Glemsford, Hawstead, Hengrave, Honington, Icklingham, Ickworth, Lidgate, Little Fakenham, Mendlesham, Rattlesden, Redgrave, Rickinghall, Stanton, Stowlangtoft, Walsham-le-Willows, Woolpit, Wortham, and Yaxley.

Market Days:

There is a vibrant and bustling market in Bury St Edmunds on Wednesdays and Saturdays that attracts thousands of people every week.

With more than 80 stalls on Saturdays and 60 on Wednesdays, Bury St Edmunds Market has an excellent food offer including fruit and vegetables, meat, and fish stalls with fresh locally sourced seasonal produce.

Not only is Bury St Edmunds one of the most successful traditional street markets in the country today, it also has one of the longest and most colourful histories. The market, held in the Buttermarket and Cornhill, dates back to before the days of William the Conqueror.


Bury St Edmunds is very easy to reach. Just 35 minutes from Cambridge and just under 2 hours from London, it’s well-connected by road and the town has its own railway station – just a ten minute walk from the town centre.

One of the many reasons Bury St Edmunds is so popular with visitors is that the town centre is very ‘walkable’, you can stroll from the attractions, shops, bars, and restaurants with ease and within a very short distance of one another.

The stunning wool towns of Lavenham, Long Melford, Clare and Sudbury are just a 20 minute car or bus journey away and Bury St Edmunds is just under 1 hour away from the nearest airport, making it a popular destination for international visitors who combine their stay here with trips to Central London, Cambridge, the home of horse racing in Newmarket (20 minutes) and the cathedral city of Ely (35 minutes)..


Bury St Edmunds Tourist information points can be found at a number of sites in the town centre. Tourist Information Centres/Points are closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
Their services include: Tickets for local events and guided tour bookings; Souvenirs and gifts; Travel information maps for the town centre and beyond, including the handy Our Bury St Edmunds map of Bury St Edmunds town centre which has listings of shops, bar, restaurants and services.

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