Dog and Partridge


29 Crown Street,, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1QU

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The Old Brewers House is a charming 18th Century Building which was formerly the family home of Greene King’s Chief Brewer. It has been refurbished & restored to provide nine delightful non-smoking en suite bedrooms. The Dog & Partridge is conveniently located in the heart of historic Bury St Edmunds.

The moment you step out of the front door you have the beautiful gardens of St Edmundsbury Abbey and the outstanding architecture of St Edmundsbury Cathedral to your left, and the unique Georgian Theatre Royal to your right. The Greene King Brewery and Museum is literally across the road, and offers magnificent tours and beer tasting.

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Showing Tuesday 6 October 2015 to Wednesday 7 October 2015

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87% would recommend it to a friend


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  • a goodwin

  • March 2015

Dog and Partridge

I felt the cooked breakfast could've been better, was very greasy and looked a bit lost on the big plate.

Nice selection of fruit, yogurt and cereal, but croissants were stale.

  • C Hunt

  • February 2015

Wonderful laid-back place to stay

We stayed at the Dog and Partridge on Christmas Eve.

Probably one of the busiest pub days of the year. The landlady who dealt with us was very charming and did all she good to make us welcome, despite the immense queues at the bar. Our room was large and airy and very very clean. It had a lovely charm to it - something you won't find in the cheap hotel chains that only cost a little less that than this place. We were served breakfast on Christmas morning by extremely friendly staff who showed no signs that they'd rather be at home unwrapping presents.

I can't fault this place and would recommend it to anyone wishing to stay in this delightful Suffolk town. The pub is near the historic centre and you can walk to all the sights.

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