Recommended hotels in Bedford
Hotel addedFrom$150Per night
This cosy hotel is situated in a beautiful riverside location within three and a half acres of landscaped gardens. The town centre, the main railway station and Saint Paul's Church are all within a ten-minute drive, and the M1 is just 18 kilometres away, providing easy access to London. The tranquil setting offers Bedford accommodation with views of the River Ouse and the local country park, and the wonderful grounds are a great place in which to stroll and relax. The comfortably furnished guest rooms feature spacious en suite bathrooms, tea and coffee facilities and dark wood furnishings, and the onsite restaurant and bar serves delicious comfort foods with unstuffy service in a warm and inviting atmosphere.See more
Hotel addedFrom$129Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 5 Opinions
This hotel is located in the lively centre of Bedford, overlooking the River Ouse. The hotel is located just 1 km away from the main train station. This charming hotel enjoys ease of access to many of the area's main attractions. Guests will appreacite the warm welcome and excellent service that they receive from the moment they step through the door. The guest rooms are stylishly appointed, and come complete with modern amenities. The rooms enjoy an air of peace and serenity, offering a perfectly conducive environment for work and rest. The hotel features a wide range of facilities and services, meeting the needs of every type of traveller.See more
Information about Bedford
Bedford is the county town of Bedfordshire in England. This historical town, which is set on the banks of the River Ouse, is located near London, Oxford and Cambridge. There is much to see and do in Bedford including some interesting museums and art galleries. Perhaps the most important is the Bedford Museum, located in the former Higgins and Sons brewery; this museum is surrounded by the picturesque gardens of Bedford Castle. Over the years, the town has been associated with many famous people. The writer and preacher John Bunyan, the Archbishop Trevor Huddleston and the comedian Ronnie Barker were born here, and residents have included Glenn Miller and his band, during the Second World War, and John Howard. Pleasant parks and gardens give this town an attractive, natural feel and here you can wander among flowers, plants and lovely ancient buildings. However, the place has all the modern comforts too, with quality hotels, pubs and restaurants.