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Set 984 feet from Bungay Castle, Short Stay Bungay offers accommodations in Bungay. Featuring free WiFi, the units have a washing machine and a flat-screen TV. Central location in a historic small town. Also ideal for exploring the beautiful Suffolk coast. Norwich is also within easy reach. The apartment was well equipped for a few days away. Strong Wi-Fi. Spotless. The hosts were friendly and helpful. The milk and fruit were nice touches. Will definitely be booking again.
With a lovely location surrounded by 600 acres of working farm, thriving wildlife and pretty walks, Earsham Park Farm has free WiFi and free parking on site. Very clean , comfortable apartment in a very very quiet location. So if your looking for a relaxed quiet place then I would recommend. It's situated on the A143 so in a great place to start exploring Suffolk & Norfolk. Would I stay here again? Absolutely!
Folly Studio Bed and Breakfast is located in Bungay, 14 mi from Norwich and 29 mi from Ipswich. Free private parking is available on site. Only stayed overnight, but was more than charmed by the setting, the place itself and the hostess. Really felt comfortable and the few hours I spent there were simply wonderful. Thank you for your hospitality!
Stunning 2-Bed House in Bungay is a property located in Bungay near Bungay Castle. This property offers access to a patio, free private parking and free WiFi. Lucy the host was so helpful and friendly the house was beautiful so clean and cozy would definitely recommend
Located in Beccles in the Suffolk region, Magical luxury Treehouse for Two provides accommodations with free private parking. We had a wonderful welcome. The site is superb, with many interesting nooks and crannies to explore. Our accomodation was clean, well appointed, comfortable and very quirky. We loved it. Thank you Kerry, Scott, Loopy and Celeste, not to mention the menagerie. It is a stay we will never forget.
Bungay is a pleasant town, with an array of shops. Its quaint feel is charming and nostalgic. If your wanting a quiet place to visit then this is ideal. There are resturants and a few pubs. I highly recommend the Three Cooks which is dilicous and good value for the money.
Bungay town centre is suffering like many small rural towns, e.g. No banks, limited shops, some empty and neglected buildings. This is a shame as it is an attractive town in a picturesque location in the Waveney valley.
I really liked what I saw: the castle, the churches, all the different little shops, the little market food stalls, the little walkways and streets, the flowers everywhere, the historic buildings. I was only there a day and a half but I got a very good impression of it and will certainly return when I have an opportunity to do so. Some of the old pubs/hotels I was sad to see closed and a bit uncared for. I hope someday a new use will be found for them and they are restored in keeping with their heritage. Everyone I spoke to was very friendly.
We really enjoyed the friendly atmosphere of the town and our pub The Castle Inn. Very interesting architecture and local countryside. We really enjoyed a cream tea at Bungay’s vintage tea room which was delicious. Very good charity shops.
I love this small market town where everyone is friendly and unhurried. The small shops are mostly individual. It isn't a busy place, parking is easy. We loved the chip shop and the cafes into which we ventured. The Leisure Centre is also excellent.
Very quaint place, with lovely independent shops, tearoom etc. Some areas are in need of refurbishment. It seems to Nestle in a bit of a time warp but in an interesting way! We ate our evening meal at the Castle Inn, which was full and the food was excellent. We lunched at the Earsham Street tearoom, which was also very good. Freshly prepared and tasty. It is easy to walk around Bungay, even in the rain. The castle was a stone's throw from our accommodation.
Charming Inn rooms well presented clean & comfortable had an excellent good value meal in the restaurant will certainly be coming back