About Luton

Luton is a large town in Bedfordshire, England. The town had a population of 213,000 in 2022 and is the fourth and fastest-growing urban area within the East of England region, along with St Albans and Cambridge; and it is located 20 miles north of London, 8 miles north-west of Dunstable and 12 miles south-east of Letchworth Garden City.

Eating And Drinking In Luton

Eating And Drinking In Luton

If you are staying at our hotel Sadie while in Luton, we would highly recommend you try their own restaurant.

Hatmakers serves a delicious menu of international cuisine and exciting flavours prepared by a very experienced head chef. The stylish décor along with the cocktail bar will impress you at every turn.

The Olive Garden is an Italian restaurant offering a variety of pizzas, sides & other casual comfort eats. When you are looking at the menu you will find a large variety of food including carvery's, pasta, and deserts.

Steakout is a steakhouse located in Luton. It provides fine dining and comfort food in a relaxed atmosphere, perfect for those seeking an outstanding steak experience or simply an inviting place to drink and dine with friends.

Shopping In Luton

Shopping In Luton

The Mall Luton is in a prime location for shoppers who want to spend the day looking for bargains and seasonal treats. There are over 100 shops including H&M, JD, New Look and River Island. When you are hungry there are a wide variety of food shops also available.

This is the official Luton Town store at Kenilworth Road stadium selling official Luton Town merchandise, jerseys & match tickets. The shop is open during all home games and some away matches.

Vulcaffs store is based in the Mall. They are specialised in adult and children’s formal and casual wear, shirts, shoes and accessories. They also offer tailored garments on site or to order if you have something specific in mind.

Things To Do In Luton

Things To Do In Luton

Stockwood Discovery Centre is a free entry museum in Luton, showcasing collections of local social history, archaeology, geology, and rural crafts. The museums are also a part of a charitable trust, Luton Culture.

With 92 acres of award-winning gardens, Wrest Park is a real treat for the senses. Explore the lawns and borders, take tea in the café, and explore the hidden treasures in the archaeological stores. Zip along to the children's play area or stroll across to lovely Wrest Wood.

Wardown House Museum & Gallery reopened in 2017 with a new look and a brand-new cafe & bar. Visitors to the museum can be confident that they will find something interesting to see at all times of the year. With frequent events, exhibitions, and family activities on offer, Wardown has something for everyone.

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