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County - Bedfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01908 | code search
Postcode: MK17 | code search
Population: 2300
Council: Central Bedfordshire District
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Aspley Guise is a charming village surrounded by picturesque countryside, in the county of Bedfordshire, and is home to over two thousand three hundred people. It's skirted by pinewoods, and nudges the borders of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, bestowing fabulous views over the Valley Of The Great Ouse. There is a quiet elegance with impressive houses that span the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries, the village has an intriguing history and played an important and top secret role during WW2. Today sees visitors, and holiday makers alike exploring the village and surrounding labyrinth of footpaths and bridleways leading to stunning countryside.

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Best Western Moore Place Hotel (0.02 miles)

Best Western Moore Place Hotel

Set in the heart of the picturesque village of Aspley Guise, this elegant Georgian mansion is only 1 mile from Junction 13 of the M1 and 5 minutes from Woburn Abbey & Parks. Sympathetically restored to ... More | visit website

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Greens Hotel (0.76 miles)

Greens Hotel
You will always receive a warm friendly welcome at the Greens Hotel. The Hotel lies just off the Woburn Sands High Street in a quiet location overlooking the local Bowling Green and Tennis Courts. Our ... More | visit website
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Black Horse Cottage (1.40 miles)

Black Horse Cottage

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We have two rooms in our self contained annex. One twin room and one double room with ensuite which can be made-up to accommodate 3 guests if needed. The annex ... More

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Old Stables (1.49 miles)

Old Stables

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The Old Stables is set off the main road between Woburn Sands and Bow Brickhill in 30 acres of pastureland with uninterrupted views across fields to Wavenden Church about a ... More

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Bell Hotel and Inn (1.68 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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South Lodge (1.74 miles)

South Lodge

New boutique bed and breakfast accommodation in Milton Keynes…
Why stay in a hotel when you can relax in an oasis of top-to-toe comfort with equally desirable facilities and excellent home-cooked food? If you’re looking for ... More | visit website

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Inn at Woburn (1.84 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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George Inn (2.94 miles)

The George-Inn is fast becoming known as an establishment that consistently delivers on the promise of high quality coupled with a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere that is second to none. It has to be said ... More
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Premier Inn Milton Keynes South (3.01 miles)

A picturesque location beside Caldecotte Lake. Conveniently situated within easy reach of the M1 and A5; only 4.5 miles away from Milton Keynes train station and shopping centre. Local attractions include the theatre District, Xscape, ... More | visit website
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Hilton Milton Keynes (3.20 miles)

Hilton Milton Keynes

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The Hilton Milton Keynes is located on Groveway by the Open University within easy reach of junctions 13 and 14 off the M1. The local attractions include Woburn Abbey, Whipsnade Zoo, ... More

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