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County - Bedfordshire | Map
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Postcode: MK43 | code search
Council: Bedford Borough
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Turvey is a riverside village with limestone houses and cottages, the oldest bridge in Bedfordshire is here originally 1140 replaced in the 17th Century. The village store was once ‘The Tinker Of Turvey Inn’ dating back to 1150, his wife ‘Nell’ had a well named after her that can be seen today. ‘All Saints Church’ has an oak door with 13th Century iron work, a Norman font and stunning Medieval painting what more could be asked for. Harrold - Odell Country Park set beside the river Great Ouse, has 2 lakes, time it right and try Broomstick making, or monitoring otters.

Church

All Saints, Turvey

Pub and Bar

Three Cranes
Three Cranes Inn
Ye Three Fyshes

School

Clapham Preschool
Turvey Lower School

Shops

P E Burley
Lily Rose Flowers
Pet Supplies

Places to Stay near Turvey

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Newton Park Farm (1.25 miles)

Newton Park Farm
Newton Park is a traditional working farm situated on the Buck/Beds border, 15 minutes from Milton Keynes, set in a beautiful location with stunning views over the Ouse Valley. A total of 3 rooms, two ... More | visit website
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The Old Mill (1.38 miles)

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Set in the picturesque village of newton blossomville, we are 10 minutes from milton keynes and 15 from bedford.the village is surrounded by countryside and lovely walks.the inn hosts a ... More

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The Old Dairy (3.22 miles)

The Old Dairy

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The Old Dairy is a fine old house dating back to the 17th century and is situated on the High Street in the picturesque market town of Olney. The house ... More

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The White Hart (4.67 miles)

The White Hart
This old and well known hostelry stands in the oldest part of the pretty village of Sherington; the village stands on the gently rolling hills that overlook the Ouse Valley to the east of Newport ... More | visit website
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Queens Head (5.25 miles)

Queens Head

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Located on the A6, The Queens Head Hotel is 5 miles (8 km) from Bedford. It has a restaurant and welcoming bar with excellent food and a good range of Real ... More

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Woodlands Manor Hotel (5.83 miles)

Woodlands Manor Hotel

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Woodlands Manor is a secluded period manor house set in acres of wooded grounds and gardens. Woodlands Manor is situated only 2 miles from the centre of Bedford, being easily ... More

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Millhouse Hotel (5.91 miles)

Millhouse Hotel

Set on the banks of the Great River Ouse the Millhouse Hotel provides you with the perfect location if you are visiting for business or for pleasure. The towns of Bedford, Rushden, Milton Keynes and ... More | visit website

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Sharnbrook Hotel (6.14 miles)

Sharnbrook Hotel

The Sharnbrook Hotel is a new purpose built Restaurant, Bar, Banquet and Conference venue commandeering a 3.5 acre plot located in the heart of the North Bedfordshire countryside, near the M1 motorway and in close ... More | visit website

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Sharnbrook Hotel (6.14 miles)

Sharnbrook Hotel

The Sharnbrook Hotel is a new purpose built Restaurant, Bar, Banquet and Conference venue commandeering a 3.5 acre plot located in the heart of the North Bedfordshire countryside, near the M1 motorway and in close ... More | visit website

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Shakespeare Hotel (6.29 miles)

Shakespeare Hotel

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* 22 En-suite Bedrooms* 5 minutes walk from Rail Station* 10 minutes walk from town centre* Themed restaurant & Bar* Parties, Weddings & Conferences* Drinks at Pub prices* Ample Car ... More

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