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County - Bedfordshire
Tel code: 01296 | code search
Postcode: LU7 | code search
Population: 900
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March 2018: Vale of Belvoir

As the name of the place means ‘beautiful view’ you should have an inkling of what’s in store if you visit the Vale of Belvoir. ...More
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Ivinghoe on the northern edge of the Chilterns is a pretty spot with village green and early medieval church, and a wealth of attractions ringing it including Ford End Watermill and several National Trust properties... Read More.

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This charming 16th century cottage is set, with its delightful garden, in a classic English village on the edge of the Chilterns. Just 50 yards from a ... More

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Pendley Manor (2.63 miles)

Pendley Manor

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Penley Manor Hotel is set in 35 acres of wooded parkland, within Hertfordshires beautiful countryside. This splendid late Victorian Manor was refurbished and opened as an hotel in October 1989.

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The Queens Head (2.84 miles)

The Queens Head
The Queen's Head is a family friendly pub located in the centre of the village of Long Marston which is approximately three miles from the A41 and six miles from the M1 at Dunstable. We ... More | visit website
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Bellows Mill (3.10 miles)

Bellows Mill

Bellows Mill is a beautiful water mill nestling at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, set in 17 acres of picturesque grounds. We offer high quality B&B and self catering accommodation with free ... More | Double Room: £60 - £75 | visit website

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Rangers Cottage (3.77 miles)

Rangers Cottage

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Set high in the Chiltern Hills, in a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', Rangers Cottage has lovely views over open countryside and Woodland Trust land. The house was built ... More

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Premier Inn Tring (4.00 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M25. Local attractions include Whipsnade Zoo, RAF Halton, Pendley Manor and the Ridgeway Walk. For shops and local amenities Aylesbury town centre is only 1 mile away. Our Tring ... More | visit website
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Champneys Health Resort (4.63 miles)

Champneys Health Resort
There are few places in the world like Champneys Tring Health Resort. Steeped in history, this elegant English stately home was opened as a health farm spa in 1925 by the celebrated naturopath Stanley Lief, ... More | visit website
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Innkeeper's Lodge Aylesbury (East) (4.69 miles)

** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Only three miles east of Aylesbury, this lodge is adjacent to The Bell village pub & restaurant. ... More | visit website
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West Lodge Hotel (4.77 miles)

West Lodge Hotel
West Lodge is a Victorian Lodge House providing Three Star accommodation in a relaxing atmosphere (Award from Visit Britain/Tourist Board). The hotel has a reputation for exceptional quality in all areas but in particular for ... More | Double Room: £86 - £90 | visit website
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The Bell (5.00 miles)

The Bell

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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Pheasant Inn (5.46 miles)

Pheasant Inn
The Pheasant Inn is a family run Inn situated on the outskirts of Dunstable, on the edge of the Dunstable Downs and close to Whipsnade Zoo. We are just 3 miles from the M1 and ... More | Double Room: From £34 | visit website

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