Recommended hotels in Bedford
This modern conference and golf hotel is set in 142 hectares of rural countryside and provides a tranquil and distraction-free environment. It comprises a total of 223 rooms in 2 main buildings and 2 annexes and is ideal for business travellers and holidaymakers alike. Facilities on offer to guests at this hotel include a lobby area with a 24-hour check-in service, a cloakroom, lift access, a restaurant, conference rooms, a bar, and room service. Ample parking is also available.See more
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The city hotel's 80 comfortable guest bedrooms cater for all needs and requirements. Hotel facilities include a lobby, 24-hour reception and check-out, a hotel safe and currency exchange facilities. Additional amenities include a cloakroom, lift access, a bar and restaurant. WLAN Internet access and room service, as well as a laundry service, are also available. There are 2 purpose built meeting rooms located on the ground floor which can cater for up to 35 delegates each. Both meeting rooms feature air conditioning, natural daylight and blackout facilities.See more
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Offering 8 floors with a total of 120 rooms, this hotel features a spacious foyer with a reception area and lifts, a bistro bar and a stylish à la carte restaurant. It is also possible to make use of the room and laundry services and there are car parking facilities outside for those arriving by car.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.