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Bedfordshire Accommodation

Bedfordshire is rich with a big horde of accommodation facilities for those who are going on a holiday or business trip to the place. There are various lodging houses for you to reside during your stay in Bedfordshire. This varies from global chains like the Holiday Inn & Travel Lodge to other friendly country accommodations. The Bedfordshire Conference Bureau presents a service using which you can search for conference venues and places for business meetings. The lodging places available range from high-tech hotels to small country style cottages.

A notable lodging facility nearby is the Priory Farm hotel. This one is quite unlike the others. This lodge lies on an aged ranch; the previous barn that was here has been turned into the current day hotel. Places like the Birch House and Old Milton are gorgeous locations to stay during a holiday trip. Another popular accommodation is the Days Inn hotel – a good place to get value for money lodging.

Apart from these, the following are some of the recommended places to stay in Bedfordshire: Knife & Cleaver Bedford, Cornfields Restaurant & Hotel Colmworth, Sharnbrook Hotel Sharnbrook, Champneys Henlow Grange Shefford, The Griffin Hotel Toddington, Kings Arms Sandy, The Griffin Toddington, Twin Lodge Cranfield, Bellows Mill Dunstable, Stockwood Hotel Luton, Highfield Farm Sandy, Bethany House Bedford, De Parys Hotel Bedford, Park Inn Bedford, Shakespeare Hotel Bedford, Chiltern Hotel Luton, Pheasant Inn Dunstable, Leaside Hotel Luton, Queens Head Milton Ernest, Red Lion Hotel Luton, Red Lion Lodge Hotel Luton, Bell Hotel and Inn Woburn.

These are just a few of the popular accommodations in Bedfordshire. Most of the B&B hotels allow you to take your pets along, which is just what you need to add fun to your visit. Visit Bedfordshire and pick a nice accommodation facility such as these; you will sure enjoy a pleasant time

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