Flint Cottage is a 2 bedroom holiday cottage located in Brandon, Suffolk, on the edge of Thetford Forest and the Brecks.
Looking for where to eat in Brandon? Listed here are some of the excellent local places you can eat and drink in the area during your stay.
14 Market Hill, Brandon
Superb local Italian restaurant, good food at great value. A real gem of a place within 2 minutes walk of the cottage.
Flavours of Portugal
56 High Street, Brandon
Great coffee, thick crusty sandwiches, cold beers and friendly owner!
A warm and welcoming country Inn in the heart of East Anglia, where the pub claims a pint of Guinness tastes just as good as it does in Ireland. Whether you wish to enjoy a relaxing drink with the family, or a dining experience full of charm, the Elveden Inn with its warm open fires and friendly atmosphere is the perfect location.
They’re dog -friendly too so you can walk from the cottage through the forest, stop for refreshment and then make your way back, never needing to use the same path twice! !
The Inn is part of the Guinness-family owned Estate of Elveden and the family’s historic passion for great food and drink carries through into the Inn’s philosophy.
Brandon Tandoori Restaurant
17/19 London Road, Brandon
Brandon House Hotel, Restaurant and Bar
Superb ingredients (seasonal and local wherever possible), make for the best dishes. The chef’s endeavour to bring flavour and texture to life in all meals and with food available for breakfast, lunch and dinner there is every opportunity to enjoy.
Take a look at the menu here, if you wish to reserve a table please call Brandon House on 01842 810 171
Bury St Edmunds
If burgers are your thing, Benson Blakes in St John’s Street in Bury St Edmunds is pretty good!
Absolute gem of a place to stay! Perfectly located close enough to walk to the High Street but still ever such a quiet road! A few cosy nights in front of the fire was exactly what we needed after spending the days walking the forest!
Thank you for our wonderful stay at Flint Cottage. We were visiting our son who is in Air Force and stationed at RAF Mildenhall, but lives in Brandon. The cottage was a nice stroll to his house and in spite of rain and snow while we were there, we managed to walk almost everywhere. The cottage was clean, had every amenity and was just quirky enough to give us a different type of stay than the usual “hotel” that all look the same! Will definitely stay again when we return!