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Inn at Woburn
George Street

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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 1724 to serve Royal Mail coaches staging North, and is an area of great historical interest.

The Inn at Woburn offers a high standard of service and traditional hospitality whilst retaining an Old World charm. Refurbished in spring 2002 by the Bedford Estate the hotel now provides 51 individually decorated bedrooms, in addition to 7 charming character cottages. All rooms are en-suite with satellite television, radio, mini bar, direct dial telephone, trouser press and beverage making facilities.

The restaurant delivers authentic cuisine using the freshest produce and with an extensive wine list to choose from, youíll be spoilt for choice! Open all day makes it perfect for informal meetings over lunch and social gatherings with colleagues in the evening. The separate bar serves a selection of conditioned ales and provides a relaxed, informal atmosphere for which to retire to after your meal.

As part of the Woburn Abbey Estate, The Inn at Woburn provides a convenient place to meet. With a choice of 3 function rooms, the largest of which can accommodate up to 90 guests (Dinner Dance) and three syndicate rooms for a maximum of 8 people, makes it a popular choice for conferences and functions alike. Whatever your requirement we are able to offer bespoke packages to your itinerary which are exclusive to The Inn at Woburn.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 53
Number Ensuite: 53
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