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Pheasant Inn
208 West Street

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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 8 miles from Luton Airport.

The Inn has separate Lounge and Sports bars with thirteen rooms ranging from single to family and en-suite to basic. All room prices include a generous full English breakfast.

All rooms have separate access from the bars so once checked in, you can come and go as you please. And we have an excellent function room.

Bar meals available Monday to Thursday evenings and Saturday lunch.

6 Cask Ales - listed in Good beer Guide 2013, 2014 & 2015


Ratings/Awards: Good beer Guide 2013, 2014 & 2015
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 8
Nearest Airport: Luton

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: From £34
Twin: From £32
Single: From £19
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