Markyate

Markyate is a large village a couple of miles from junction 9 of the M1 and only about six from Luton Airport, a pleasant place with no shortage of older buildings. Whipsnade is about five miles westwards... Read More

Hotels in Markyate - 2 places to stay

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Express by Holiday Inn Luton South

Express by Holiday Inn Luton South

This beautiful hotel, set within acres of the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside has recently been refurbished to a contemporary and modern-day décor. Set in a truly prime location and conveniently located for Luton Airport & Whipsnade Zoo ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Dunstable South (1.79 miles)

Ideally situated for both business and leisure stays, this Premier Inn hotel is just a short drive from M1, J9 and only 6 miles from London Luton Airport. Our Dunstable South A5 Premier Inn has everything ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Luton South (M1, J9) (2.07 miles)

Located just off the M1 junction 9, ideally situated for Luton, Dunstable, St Albans and Harpenden and set on the gateway to London and Milton Keynes. Families visiting can be accommodated in our interconnecting rooms, ... More | visit website
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The Bell (2.30 miles)

The Bell
AN AWARD WINNIG PUB

Studham is the Southern most village in Bedfordshire & there you’ll find the highest lying village pub, a genuine freehold… ‘The Bell’. The Grade II listed, 500 year old sanctuary, is nestled ... More | visit website

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Junction 10 Budget Travel Accommodation (2.90 miles)

Junction 10 Budget Travel Accommodation

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WELCOME to Junction 10 Budget travel accommodation now one of the most popular overnight stay in the city of Luton with both airline travellers and corporate business and only a ... More

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Luton Hotel Residence (3.20 miles)

Luton Hotel Residence

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LUTON HOTEL RESIDENCE specialises in affordable accommodation for short stay in the centre of Luton, Bedfordshire. Our self-catering studio rooms are self-contained and equipped for the guest to be self-sufficient. We offer ... More | visit website

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The Highwayman (3.29 miles)

The Highwayman

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A friendly welcome, a cosy atmosphere and an excellent carvery await you at The Highwayman, which offers great food, wine, and value for money. The comfortable lodge-style accommodation is well-located for London ... More

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Icon Hotel Luton (3.33 miles)

Icon Hotel Luton
Icon Hotel is in the town centre and within 10 minutes walk to Luton Parkway Railway Station and 5 minutes drive to Luton Airport, privately owned provides impeccable personalised accommodation, services and facilities in an ... More | visit website
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Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf and Spa (3.37 miles)

Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf and Spa

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Set amid 1065 acres of rolling English countryside, including a 50 acre lake landscaped by ‘Capability’ Brown, Luton Hoo offers unrivalled prestige and history, having once accommodated Queen Elizabeth II.
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Red Lion Hotel (3.42 miles)

Red Lion Hotel

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At the Red Lion Lodge, guests are assured of a secure stay in our simple but comfortable surroundings. Whether your stay is for business or ... More

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Premier Inn Luton Airport (3.44 miles)

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Conveniently located between Luton Airport and town centre, this hotel offers great quality, affordable accommodation near junction 10 of the M1. Recently refurbished, the family friendly Beefeater restaurant serves great grilled ... More | visit website

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