Highwaymans Bed & Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast in Risby, Suffolk

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Heath Barn Farm Risby
IP28 6QP

Highwaymans Bed & Breakfast, Risby

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Set in a delightfully remote rural location yet within close proximity to both Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket. Highwaymans offers tranquil relaxation and optimum comfort. Light and airy rooms with excellent en-suite facilities act as a superb base for exploring the immediate region of West Suffolk and further East Anglia.Whether you are on a family break, a business trip or just wish to sample what this region has to offer, you are more than welcome to be looked after by the Highwaymans family and we will do our very best to make sure that your stay is an extremely pleasant one.

From: £70.00

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