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Transfer Bury St Edmunds-LGW Gatwick

The town of Bury St Edmunds is located North of Gatwick airport a distance of 114 miles that would take around 2 hours by taxi via the M25, M11 and A14. Bury St Edmunds is a market town in the county of Suffolk. The name Bury is etymologically connected with borough, while the second section of the name refers to Edmund King of the East Angles, who was killed by the Vikings in the year 869. He became venerated as a saint and a martyr, and his shrine made Bury St Edmunds an important place of pilgrimage.

The town grew around Bury St Edmunds Abbey and by 925 the fame of St Edmund had spread far and wide, owed mostly to the reputed miracles performed at the shrine of the martyr king. The town is associated with Magna Carta. In 1214 the barons of England are believed to have met in the Abbey Church and sworn to force King John to accept the Charter of Liberties, the document which influenced the creation of the Magna Carta. In 1327, the Great Riot occurred, in which the local populace led an armed revolt against the Abbey.[3] The burghers were angry at the overwhelming power, wealth and corruption of the monastery, which ran almost every aspect of local life with a view to enriching itself. The riot destroyed the main gate and a new, fortified gate was built in its stead. The town developed into a flourishing cloth-making town, with a large woollen trade, by the 14th century. Today it is more well known for its Sugar Beet refinement facility and the large name Breweries located in the town.

There are plenty of historic landmarks to visit in the town, including St Edmondsbury Cathedral, St Marys Church and The Norman Tower. Why not take a stroll around the Abbey Gardens, with the ruins of the once vast 11th century Benedictine Abbey as well as visit the more light hearted Greene King Brewery Museum. Bury St Edmunds also has many unusual and independant stores, tucked into it's medieval streets, along with glorious eateries and comfy coffee shops.

Extensive Fleet

We provide access to a large fleet of vehicle sizes and types. Regardless of your party size, luggage or special requirements, we can usually provide the perfect vehicle.

If you have any queries about vehicle suitability or availability, we'd be delighted to help; give us a call and we'll talk you through the options.

Saloon CarSaloon Car: Ford Mondeo, VW Passat or similar. These can accommodate up to 3 passengers plus 3 suitcases (20kg max) or 4 passengers plus hand luggage. Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

Estate CarEstate Car: Volvo Estate, VW Passat or similar. These can accommodate up to 4 passengers plus 4 suitcases (20kg max). Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

People CarrierPeople Carrier: VW Sharan, Ford Galaxy or similar. These can accommodate up to 5 passengers plus 5 suitcases (20kg max) or 6 passengers plus hand luggage. Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

Executive CarExecutive Car: E Class Mercedes or similar. These can accommodate up to 3 passengers plus 3 suitcases (20kg max) or 4 passengers plus hand luggage. Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

Executive People CarrierExecutive People Carrier: Mercedes Viano or similar. These can accommodate up to 5 passengers plus 5 suitcases (20kg max) or 6 passengers plus hand luggage. Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

8 Seater Minibus8 Seater Minibus: VW Transporter or similar. These can accommodate 8 passengers plus up to 8 suitcases (20kg max). Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

16 Seater Minibus16 Seater Minibus: Ford Transit or similar. These can accommodate 12 passengers plus up to 12 suitcases (20kg max) or 16 passengers with hand luggage. Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

Other VehiclesOther Vehicles: We have access to various coach sizes. please provide us with as much notice as possible to avoid disappointment of availability.




Bury St Edmunds Hotel Addresses

Overview of Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds Hotel Addresses:

Ounce House

Northgate St, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 1HP

Tel: 01284 761779

The Regency Hotel

3 Looms La, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 1HE

Tel: 01284 764676

The Angel

3 Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 1LT

Tel: 01284 714000

The Chantry Hotel

8 Sparhawk St, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 1RY

Tel: 01284 767427

Abbey Hotel

35 Southgate St, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 2AZ

Tel: 01284 762020

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