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About the county of BedfordshireThe County of Bedfordshire is the smallest of the 'Shires' and is in the South-Eastern part of central England. Void of Cities, Bedfordshire has some interesting Towns to visit including the Market Towns of Bedford (It's County Town in the North), Luton (South), Leighton Buzzard (Southwest) and Dunstable (South). From the Southern boarders of the County to London it is just 30 miles. It is a rural County which borders Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire. Popular Attractions include, Woburn Abbey - home of the Duke of Bedford and Whipsnade Zoo.
See our recommended Bedfordshire towns and villages below, along with our listed Bedfordshire attractions, and Bedfordshire hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Bedfordshire
The lovely town of Ampthill lies sheltered by hills in the sandstone belt of Bedfordshire...
The attractive village of Barton-le-Clay nestles at the foot of the beautiful Barton Hills, it is ringed by beautiful Bedfordshire countryside and is famous for its impressive.....
Bedford is the historic County town of Bedfordshire with a beautiful riverside setting on the great River Ouse. John Bunyan, author of Pilgrim's has strong associations with this town...
A village surrounded by woodlands and famous for the art of straw plaiting used to make straw boater hats. Legend has it that Dick Turpin stopped here on his famous ride to York......All Bedfordshire towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Bedfordshire
Set in 3,000 acres of beautiful park land, Woburn Abbey has been the home of the Russell family for almost 450 years and it is.....
Wrest Park House was once the home of the de Grey family whose Mausoleum is at nearby Flitton. The gardens form a charming.....All Bedfordshire AttractionsCastles in BedfordshireBedfordshire Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
There was a state of war between the Netherlands and the Isles of Scilly for 335 years which ended in 1986, probably the longest war in history. The war was probably also unique in that there was never a shot fired. It all began at the final stages of the English Civil War after the sinking of Dutch shipping.
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