Property was well situated in the village for all amenities. Great for a little overnight, getaway for my husband and myself. Breakfast was lovely.
Friendly helpful staff, Comfortable bed, nice lounge a good breakfast.
We presumed that breakfast was included with the price quoted
Lovely touch with decanted brandy in the room which was warm and cosy. Let down by the staff at breakfast who seemed to take their lead from a woman who was flustered and inconvenienced by the guests. Attentiveness is one thing but clearing the table while you are still eating is another. I'd definitely ...
Great stay, with a nice room, fantastic bed, all well kept. The piece de resistance has to be the food, breakfast fab and evening meals awesome !!!!!
Lovely B&B. Jane is very helpful and makes you feel at home. Spacious room, comfy bed and very clean.
Beautifully decorated contemporary style. Quiet location. Very little in immediate area to do but pubs restaurants and shops within 15 minutes walk. Take a torch if walking at night as this is alongside an unlit road. Farmhouse is down a long poorly made-up track so take care when walking and driving ...
The property is in a small quiet characterful village which is near to major road for easy access to Bletchley Park.
Our welcome was very friendly, a real happy stay, thank you
With the combination of stunning countryside and close proximity to the capital, it's no surprise that the county of Bedfordshire has been an attractive place for travellers for many hundreds of years. The county is peppered with fascinating historical attractions, from churches to museums, but there are few as outstanding as Woburn Abbey. Surrounded by fabulous hotels, the Abbey makes a wonderful addition to your holiday itinerary.
Woburn Abbey is a spectacular country home, located in central Bedfordshire. While the estate still serves as the family seat of the Duke of Bedford, the property is open to the public on specified days.
The house started life as a Cistercian Abbey way back in 1145. In the Tudor era, Henry VIII took the site from the hands of the monks at the Abbey (as he was wont to do!), and gifted it instead to the 1st Earl of Bedford.
The building as it stands today was largely built around 1744, with some major rebuilding works taking place after World War II. The country house features an art gallery, tea room and ample space for weddings.
In the latter part of the 20th Century, the owners of Woburn Abbey took it upon themselves to extend the estate into a large-scale tourist attraction. This involved the development of some breath-taking landscaped gardens, a deer park, a garden centre and even a Safari Park.
Woburn Abbey lies in the very heart of the county, meaning visitors have easy access to it from all the finest hotels in Bedfordshire. Whether you opt for an affordable guesthouse in the centre of Bedford, or an opulent spa hotel in the countryside, a visit to the Abbey is always on the cards.
Woburn Abbey is a grand place, and makes an ideal addition to any decadent break. Those seeking a similar touch of luxury in their own holiday dwellings can head for the nearby Hallmark Hotel Flitwick Manor.
If value and convenience are more your style then take your pick from the handful of well-known brand hotels around the county. The Park Inn by Radisson is a popular choice in the heart of Bedford.
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