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County - Bedfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01462 | code search
Postcode: SG16 | code search
Population: 3000
Council: Central Bedfordshire District
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Five Bells
"Warm and friendly establishment. Staff very attentive. The food was lovely,but be warned, you need a good appetite as the portions are generous! Good for a quiet romantic meal for ..." More

Five Bells
"Saturday my 69 yr old fiancé and I (64) having enjoyed lovely meals before (lunchtimes & weekdays) went again. Ordered Lamb Kashmiri a medium curry. Not medium more like ..." More

Henlow Middle School
"I am an outside visitor. This is an excellent school. disciplined but fun. They have a strong Christian ethos and teaching but are inclusive and welcoming of other faiths. I ..." More

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"The name Henlow is believed to derive from the old English henna hlaw - a hill frequented by wild birds' and was mentioned in the Domesday Book. The parish ..." More

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Henlow is a charming village surrounded by countryside in the county of Bedfordshire, home to three thousand people. The church of St Mary The Virgin stands in the centre of the village, and dates back many centuries. For a gentle riverside stroll where ducks, swans and kingfishers can be seen the River Hiz and Ivel are the order of the day, or perhaps an insight into the fascinating story that’s waiting to be told at the Intelligence Corps Museum will tempt a visit, with evocative exhibits including costumes, equipment and weapons. Or for a fabulous experience the Shuttleworth Collection has aircraft that spans the first 100 years of flight, or why not stroll around the Swiss Garden where enchanting treasures include an Indian Pavilion, two ponds, and plants that jostle for attention, what more could possibly be asked for…how about a Grotto, or majestic peacocks, well it’s all here……… For lovers of nature the Lodge RSPB Nature Reserve has a kaleidoscope of Mother Nature’s pallet on display, with birds and creatures from bats, green woodpeckers and iridescent dragon Flies….or for a delve into the intriguing history of transport, Stondon Museum has 350 fascinating exhibits of classic cars, helicopters and motorcycles, there is even a replica of Captain Cook’s famous ship Endeavour…..

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Dr Puritz & Partner

Market

Stondonbury Re-use Boot

Pub and Bar

Bird In Hand Hotel
Crown
Engineers Arms
Five Bells
The Crown

Restaurant

Bird In Hand Hotel
Crown
Engineers Arms
Five Bells
Twist and Cheese

School

Derwent Lower School
Henlow Middle School
Henlow Village Preschool
Raynsford VC Lower School
Stondon Lower School
Stondon Stompers

Sports Clubs

Langford (Amateur Football)

Shops

B & B Brothers Foodstore

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Flowers By Design
Jacaranda Florist
The Hair Factory
Best Salon Unisex Hairdressing And Beauty Therapy

Antiques

Memory Lane Antiques
Hanworth House Antiques
Arrons

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Champneys Henlow Grange (0.43 miles)

Champneys Henlow Grange
Henlow Grange blends the tradition of the old with the innovation of the new, offering luxury and grace with a cosy atmosphere that makes every guest feel at home. Henlow has a 50 year history ... More | visit website
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The Airman Hotel (1.34 miles)

The Airman Hotel

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A privately owned hotel of individual style set the countryside, where our guests are treated with a warm welcome upon arrival. Offering a unique combination of exceptionally resoanable rooms rates, with ... More

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Tudor Oaks Lodge (2.73 miles)

Tudor Oaks Lodge

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Tudor Oaks Lodge, on the A1, one mile past junction 10 northbound, is a complex of buildings with characteristic beams. All rooms have LCD TV. Luxe rooms have four-poster beds and jacuzzi baths, ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Baldock Hinxworth (3.06 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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Beadlow Manor Hotel (3.98 miles)

Beadlow Manor Hotel
Set in the Bedfordshire countryside, Beadlow Manor Hotel offers refurbished en suite rooms and two 18-hole golf courses. There is a bar and free private parking on site. Rooms are serviced from the Golf Clubhouse, which ... More | visit website
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Zeus Hotel and Restaurant (5.08 miles)

Zeus Hotel and Restaurant

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Zeus Hotel and Restaurant building is steeped in history, having been built as a private house and maltings in the early 18th century, when Baldock was a favourite watering place ... More

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Firs Hotel & Restaurant (5.20 miles)

Firs Hotel & Restaurant

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Conveniently located for visiting Stevenage, Letchworth, Luton and Henlow, this family-managed hotel and restaurant has easy access to the A1 (junction 8) and the M1 (junction 10). Enjoy comfortable accommodation, personal service ... More

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Letchworth Hall Hotel (5.28 miles)

Letchworth Hall Hotel

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A fine example of an English manor house, this beautiful 17th century hotel stands within 8 acres of mature landscaped grounds in Letchworth Garden City. Originally built in 1625, Letchworth Hall Hotel ... More

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Sun Hotel (5.81 miles)

Sun Hotel
The Sun is a traditional coaching inn which has been an important landmark of historic Hitchin since the 1500s. Today's hotel features 32 comfortable en-suite bedrooms including two feature rooms, one with a four-poster for ... More | visit website
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The Three Tuns Hotel (5.84 miles)

The Three Tuns Hotel

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We are a traditional Country Hotel, Pub and Restaurant situated in the heart of the village of Ashwell, North Hertfordshire which is also close to the South Cambridge shire border.We ... More

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