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Stay in one of our beautiful Bedfordshire hotels and admire and marvel at the gentle, green landscape, the quintessential flavour of England! What could be more relaxing than picnicking by the River Ouse or birdwatching in the tranquil water meadows. Bedfordshire truly is a peaceful place.

Town and city breaks in Bedfordshire

Bedford is ideally situated between London, Oxford and Cambridge, allowing for quick and easy day trips through the beautiful English countryside. When booking hotels in Bedfordshire, aim to be as near to Bedford as possible. The city is lively and cosmopolitan with a rich history and heritage that can be seen in the famous Castle Mound and the Bunyan Museum, an establishment dedicated to recording the life of Bedfordshire local, John Bunyan. For lovers of nature and history, Luton's Stockwood Park, an estate housing some of the country's finest Period Gardens, several leading crafts museums and extensive golfing facilities, is certainly worth a visit. Certain areas of Stockwood Park are dedicated to demonstrating the evolution of English cultivation and gardening techniques, from the medicinal and herb gardens of the Middle Ages to the lavish and fancy 17th and 18th century gardens, inspired by the nations of the continent.

Holidays in the Bedfordshire countryside

If you're not looking for a city break when booking a hotel in Bedfordshire, take advantage of the beautiful rolling countryside. The shimmering waters of Stewartby Lake act as a gathering point for families and friends, while the nearby Water Sports Club offers a variety of activities including water skiing, power boat racing, angling and sailing. The beautiful Marston Vale Community Forest overflows with trails for hikers and cyclists, snaking and swerving through the ash and beech trees till you reach the Dunstable Downs, an area marked out for keen kite-flyers to enjoy the gusty hillside.

Attractions in Bedfordshire

Book ahead for an afternoon tea at the Duchess's Tea Room at Woburn Abbey - it gets very busy! It is where the ritual of afternoon tea was first invented by Duchess Anna Maria in around 1840, to bridge the gap between lunch and dinner. When booking a Bedforshire hotel, animal lovers should look in and around Dunstable, as Whipsnade Zoo, the sister establishment of London Zoo is located nearby. It is one of Europe's largest wildlife conservation parks and specializes in larger and more social species such as elephants, giraffes and wallabies than its counterpart in London. For history lovers, The Bedford Rooms is a must. It offers children and adults an opportunity to explore Bedford's history through scenes on a mural, illuminated by a lively narration. From the Norman invasion to the Twentieth Century, the Bedford Rooms, uses a thousand years of history to explain what makes Bedfordshire unique. Book a Best Western hotel in Bedfordshire for a memorable and peaceful short UK break.

Attractions in Bedfordshire:


Knebworth House, Hertfordshire. Courtesy of Knebworth House
Knebworth House

Opening times:
House, railway & Indian raj display daily 12pm-5pm; park & gardens daily 11am-5pm Mar - Sep 2013 (annual)

Hatfield House, Hertfordshire. Courtesy of www.britainonview.com
Hatfield House

Opening times:
House: Wed-Sun & bank holidays 12pm-5pm
Park, West Garden, Restaurant & Shop 11am-5.30pm Apr - Sep 2013; not Mon or Tue (annual)

Sculpture Promenade

Opening times:
Mar 2013 - Jan 2014 (annual)

Sheep Piece 1971-72 (LH 627) by Henry Moore, photographed in the sheep field at Perry Green. Photo by Julian Stallabrass, courtesy of The Henry Moore Foundation
Henry Moore Foundation at Perry Green

Opening times:
Tue-Sun 10am-5pm by appointment Mar - Aug 2013; not Mon (annual)

The house at Stonor Park, Henley-on-Thames. Courtesy of French Jones
Stonor Park

Opening times:
4 Apr-19 Sep: Sun 1pm-4.30pm; Jul & Aug Wed 1pm-4.30pm; Bank Holiday Mon 1pm-4.30pm Apr - Sep 2013 (annual)

What's on in Bedfordshire:


The Glenn Miller Museum at Twinwood Airfield
Twinwood Festival

Dates Open:
25/08/2014 to 27/08/2014

Rhythm Festival, Bedfordshire. Courtesy of Twinwood Events
Rhythm Festival

Dates Open:
24/08/2014 to 26/08/2014

Twenty20 Cup: Northamptonshire Steelbacks

Dates Open:
14/06/2015 to 25/08/2015
14/06/2014 to 25/08/2014

Standon Calling. Courtesy of De Sylva PR
Standon Calling

Dates Open:
03/08/2014 to 05/08/2014

Battle Proms. Courtesy of JSL Productions
Battle Proms

Dates Open:
11/08/2014 to 11/08/2014

Cambridge Shakespeare Festival

Dates Open:
09/07/2014 to 25/08/2014
09/07/2015 to 25/08/2015

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