FlitwickCopyright Stephen McKay


County - Bedfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01525 | code search
Postcode: MK45 | code search
Population: 12000
Grid Reference: TL033350
Council: Central Bedfordshire District
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Flitwick is a small town in the heart of Bedfordshire dating back to Saxon times and was a Roman settlement. If the great outdoors pleases then Flitwick Wood, an ancient woodland offers enjoyable walks and magical scenery, if you time your visit right the bluebells unfold like a dazzling carpet and the scent of wild garlic lingers in the air. Or perhaps Flitwick Moor which is the largest area of Wetland in Bedfordshire, formed in ancient times, this Nature Reserve is home to many birds and iridescent dragonflies. Houghton House was built in 1621, a grand 17th Century Mansion in itís day, although a shell of itís former heyday it is an interesting interlude, and a delight for most artists. Or why not visit Wrestpark House which sits in 90 acres of pretty gardens, originally laid out in the 18th Century and later re-worked by Capability Brown, with itís marble fountains and orangey, or how about an 11/12th Century Motte and bailey Castle, well the ruins of Cainhoe Castle is just a few miles away. With the Leisure Centre offering Swimming, trampolining, squash and badminton, or the host of shops and restaurants on offer Flitwick pleases itís choosiest of visitors.


St Peter & St Paul, Flitwick


Dance - Kick 'in' Country


D Mellor
Flitwick Dental Group
Flitwick Health Centre
Kings Dental
Station Square Dental Surgery


The Surgery

Pub and Bar

Flitwick Manor
The Swan
The White Horse


Beijing Dragon
Chinese Restaurant
Flitwick Manor
Mayflower Restaurant
Pearl Of Bengal
Restaurant at Menzies Flitwick Manor

The Mayflower


Flitwick Lower School
Kingsmoor Lower School
St Francis Kindergarten
Templefield Lower School
Windmill Pre School
Woodland Middle School


Flitwick Accountants & Solicitors
Rebecca L Faret Solicitors


A1 Taxis
A6 Taxis
Cab XL
Elephant Taxis
SAFEDRIVE Private Hire Taxi


John Wakely & Associates


Kick-Off Sports & Ski
Parker Pets
Eric's Trading Place

Flitwick Flowers
Box of Delights
Flitwick Hair & Beauty
Michael James Hair & Beauty
The Tanning Station
Country Beauty Studio
A5 Furniture
Flitwick Jewellers
PG Allder & Partners Ltd
SH Harrold Ltd
Strike Electronic Fishing
In Stitches Costume Hire
Wedding Allsorts
Business Point
Flitvale Garden Centre


Cyclone MBC(Cycling)
Flitwick Taekwon-Do Club(Martial Arts)

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Flitwick Manor (0.65 miles)

Flitwick Manor. A Georgian hotel and restaurant, Flitwick Manor exudes quality, elegance, luxury and style, with its tranquil parkland setting, sumptuous accommodation, award winning chef and quintessential English charm. The manor is a classical country ... More
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Knife & Cleaver (3.94 miles)

Knife & Cleaver

17th century Inn opposite the parish church of All Saints, the largest church in Bedfordshire. We have nine en-suite bedrooms in the quiet garden, three of which are in a converted 18th century stable block.

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Travelodge Toddington M1 Sounthbound (3.98 miles)

Travelodge Toddington M1 Sounthbound

Located on the M1, close to Toddington, the Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area. Spacious en-suite rooms, TV in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, free ... More | visit website

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The Griffin (4.38 miles)

The Griffin

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The Griffin is a Greene King house offering functional accommodation. Greene King IPA and Abbott Ale are available all year-round, and guest bitters are served ... More

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Lakeview Guest House (4.41 miles)

Lakeview Guest House

Located in the heart of the beautiful Bedfordshire countryside, Lakeview guesthouse offers luxurious accomodation over looking our three large fishing lakes.The fishing here is simply awesome. Our lakes are well stocked stocked with a variety ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Bedford Marston Mortaine (4.79 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Chequers of Streatley (4.81 miles)

Chequers of Streatley
A traditional country pub sitting next to St. Margeret's church in the small village of Streatley. Here at The Chequers, we have a Bed & Breakfast above the public house with 5 spacious, modern and ... More | visit website
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Beadlow Manor Hotel (5.22 miles)

Beadlow Manor Hotel
Set in the Bedfordshire countryside, Beadlow Manor Hotel offers refurbished en suite rooms and two 18-hole golf courses. There is a bar and free private parking on site. Rooms are serviced from the Golf Clubhouse, which ... More | visit website
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Inn at Woburn (5.43 miles)

Inn at Woburn

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As part of the Woburn Abbey Estate, The Inn at Woburn provides a convenient place to meet. Situated in the heart of the village of Woburn, it was built in ... More | visit website

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Bell Hotel and Inn (5.45 miles)

Bell Hotel and Inn

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The Bell Hotel and Inn is situated in the charming village of Woburn. This 17th century inn is a delightful mixture of Tudor, Georgian and Victorian dťcor. The oak beamed restaurant ... More

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