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Bedfordshire is a county in England that forms part of the East of England region. Its county town is Bedford. It borders Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire. The highest elevation point is 243 metres (797 feet) on Dunstable Downs in the Chilterns.

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Bedford Hotels, Bedfordshire

Once on the frontier between the Anglo-Saxons and Danes, Bedford has a charter dating back more than 900 years. It is an important shopping centre, and there are also many pubs and bars. The Embankment along the River Ouse running through the centre of town is an attractive place for a walk …

• Luton

Luton Hotels, Bedfordshire

Luton is a town and local government district in England, located 50km north of central London. Luton is the home town of the Luton Town F.C. football club. Their nickname, The Hatters, dates back to when Luton had a substantial hat-making industry. London Luton Airport is south-east of the town …

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Aspley Guise Hotels, Bedfordshire

Aspley Guise is a village and civil parish in the west of Central Bedfordshire. It directly adjoins Woburn Sands in the Borough of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, it is centred 6 miles east by southeast of Milton Keynes and 1 mile south of the M1 motorway's junction 13 …

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Cranfield Hotels, Bedfordshire

Cranfield is a village and civil parish in north west Bedfordshire, between Bedford and Milton Keynes. The hamlet of Bourne End is located just north of Cranfield, and is part of the civil parish. Wharley End was a separate settlement, but now forms the northern part of Cranfield village, by the university …

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Dunstable Hotels, Bedfordshire

Dunstable is a town in the county of Bedfordshire. It lies on the eastward tail spurs of the Chiltern Hills. These form several steep chalk escarpments most noticeable when approaching Dunstable from the north. Dunstable lies on a crossroads of the ancient Roman road of Watling Street …

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Flitwick Hotels, Bedfordshire

Flitwick is a small town in mid Bedfordshire. About 5 miles from the M1, Flitwick also has a station on the Thameslink line to London. Trains from Flitwick station go north to Bedford and south to Luton, Luton Airport Parkway, St Albans, London, Gatwick Airport and Brighton, making it a popular place to live for commuters …

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Milton Ernest Hotels, Bedfordshire

Milton Ernest is a village in Bedfordshire, and is about five miles north of Bedford itself. The village is situated on the east bank of the River Great Ouse, and is the site of Milton Ernest Hall, which was used as the US 8th air force's support command headquarters in the Second World War …

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Sandy Hotels, Bedfordshire

Sandy is a small market town in northern Bedfordshire. The town is located between Cambridge and Bedford along the route of the Great North Road from London to Edinburgh. Sandy was originally a Roman settlement and was probably an important trading centre and staging post in the Roman era …

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Sharnbrook Hotels, Bedfordshire

Sharnbrook is a village and civil parish located in the Bedford Borough of Bedfordshire. The settlement was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as a parish within the Hundred of Willey but was probably first developed in Saxon times. The oldest surviving building, St Peter's Church, is Norman …

» Shefford

Shefford Hotels, Bedfordshire

Shefford is a small market town located in Bedfordshire between Hitchin and Bedford. The river Flit and the River Hit run through the town. The Flit runs from Flitwick and joins the Ivel on the edge of Shefford. The Ivel eventually joins the Great Ouse just north of Sandy. The name Shefford is derived from Sheeps Ford …

» Woburn

Woburn Hotels, Bedfordshire

Woburn is a small town and civil parish in Bedfordshire, England. It is situated approximately five miles south east of the centre of Milton Keynes, and about three miles south of junction 13 of the M1 motorway. It is best known as the location of Woburn Abbey (a stately home) and Woburn Safari Park …

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