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Tel code: 01525 | code search
Postcode: LU5 | code search
Population: 4000
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Lakeview Guest House
"Lovely setting around a fishery, overlooking hills and lakes, cottage style rooms with 4 poster ensuite, tv tea and coffee, so quiet, down a lane going to nowhere, so a ..." More

Fancott Arms
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Toddington is a town with many historic buildings surrounding the green, home to four thousand people in the County of Bedfordshire. Close by the remains of a Medieval Castle rests on Conger Hill. With interesting places waiting to be explored, perhaps the best place to start would be Toddington Manor Gardens, covering 10 acres with enchanting planting of roses and peonies, or step up and enjoy the raised walkways that journey through 100 acres, for smaller visitors there is always the excitement and surprise when pond dipping is underway……..or for an awe inspiring visit the Tree Cathedral is magnificent, planted as a Medieval Cathedral with tall trees reaching skywards, a walkers delight as the Icknield way passes through here. Per haps the interesting story of milling is more for you, Ford End Watermill is a delightful weather boarded Mill that dates back many centuries and is still working today producing flour….For excitement and the wonders of the Animal Kingdom Woburn Safari Park won’t fail to please, or perhaps a tour around the palatial Abbey that has seen many royal visitors including Elizabeth 1, Charles 1 and even Queen Victoria, with sumptuous furnishings and a fine collection of paintings what more could be wished for…..perhaps a round or two on a championship golf course, well there are three to chose from all set in stunning countryside…………….


Travelodge Toddington M1 Sounthbound *book online*


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The Griffin

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The Griffin (0.38 miles)

The Griffin

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The Griffin is a Greene King house offering functional accommodation. Greene King IPA and Abbott Ale are available all year-round, and guest bitters are served ... More

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Lakeview Guest House (0.63 miles)

Lakeview Guest House

Located in the heart of the beautiful Bedfordshire countryside, Lakeview guesthouse offers luxurious accomodation over looking our three large fishing lakes.The fishing here is simply awesome. Our lakes are well stocked stocked with a variety ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Toddington M1 Sounthbound (1.28 miles)

Travelodge Toddington M1 Sounthbound

Located on the M1, close to Toddington, the Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area. Spacious en-suite rooms, TV in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, free ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Dunstable Hockcliffe (2.65 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Flitwick Manor (3.39 miles)

Flitwick Manor
Flitwick Manor. A Georgian hotel and restaurant, Flitwick Manor exudes quality, elegance, luxury and style, with its tranquil parkland setting, sumptuous accommodation, award winning chef and quintessential English charm. The manor is a classical country ... More
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Chequers of Streatley (3.91 miles)

Chequers of Streatley
A traditional country pub sitting next to St. Margeret's church in the small village of Streatley. Here at The Chequers, we have a Bed & Breakfast above the public house with 5 spacious, modern and ... More | visit website
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Inn at Woburn (4.45 miles)

Inn at Woburn

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As part of the Woburn Abbey Estate, The Inn at Woburn provides a convenient place to meet. Situated in the heart of the village of Woburn, it was built in ... More | visit website

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Old Palace Lodge (4.54 miles)

Old Palace Lodge

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The Old Palace Lodge is situated opposite the beautiful ancient Priory church of St Peter in the heart of Dunstable. The hotel has a reputation for a very high standard of ... More

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Bell Hotel and Inn (4.57 miles)

Bell Hotel and Inn

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The Bell Hotel and Inn is situated in the charming village of Woburn. This 17th century inn is a delightful mixture of Tudor, Georgian and Victorian décor. The oak beamed restaurant ... More

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Premier Inn Dunstable Luton (4.59 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M1, junction 11. Conveniently positioned for the airport, this Premier Inn is just 6 miles from London Luton Airport. Local attractions include Whipsnade Zoo and Woburn Abbey Safari ... More | visit website

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