Wylene Holiday Home

Thurston Road, Great Barton, Bury St Edmunds, IP31 2PL

Enjoy England 4 Star, Gold Award. Mobility Level 2. Hearing Impaired Level 1
Late Availability / Special Offers
SUMMER OFFER

July through August - Breaks reduced to £875 for a full week or £500 for 4 night break.

Must quote UKTT when booking to redeem offer...

This pleasant, deceptively spacious bungalow is on the eastern outskirts of Great Barton village. It is 4 miles east of historic Bury St Edmunds; famous for its twice weekly street market and the Cathedrals new tower.

Accommodation is all ground floor, suitable for older and less mobile guests, part time wheelchair users (mobility level 2) and hearing impaired (level 1). Central heating by gas, and fitted carpets in the bedrooms.

Linen, towels and power included in the price with wireless internet access at no extra charge. Fully equipped for 8 people. Adequate provision for small children, with 2 cots and other items. Parent friendly. Regained gold award from Quality in Tourism this year.
Wylene is situated about 300 yards off the A143 and 3 miles from the A14. You will find it an excellent base for exploring East Anglia (UKs driest area). Ideal for country lovers, walking and cycling; it takes about one hour to drive to the coast. Filling station / convenience store half mile. Pub with food 300 yards.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Accessible
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking
  • WiFi


Nearby Attractions


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