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Hotels in Leighton Buzzard

The Swan Hotel
Leighton Buzzard

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The Swan Hotel is Leighton Buzzards only hotel, we have 38 en-suite bedrooms. reception lounge with free wireless broadband internet access, meeting space, restaurant, public bar and off street parking in our rear car park. We offer competitive rates for all our business and leisure guests, our central location means that you can use the hotel not only for local business or attractions but for travelling further afield with a convenient base to return to. London's Euston Station is less than an hour away giving convenient access to the capital without London hotel rates and there are a wide variety of leisure destinations such as Woburn Safari Park and Whipsnade Zoo nearby with attractions such as Legoland and Duxford's Imperial War Museum within easy reach. For guests wishing to combine business with leisure there are a number of golf courses nearby with Mentmore and Woburn on our doorstep. The hotel's Grade II listed facade was completed in 1783 and features a carved swan at the top of the building above the hotel's front entrance, the hotel sits on Leighton Buzzard's high street amongst many fine buildings and for our guests the many facilities that the town has to offer are only a short step from us.


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