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Tennyson House Hotel Star Rating 3        
36 Shakespeare Road

Tennyson House Hotel offers 3-star accommodation in Bedford. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is less than 10-minutes' stroll from Bedford Railway Station.The hotel has 13 rooms that are fitted with all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Bedford Swan Hotel Star Rating 4        
The Embankment

Overlooking the Great Ouse River in Bedford town centre and dating from 1794, this elegant spa hotel is a 15-minute walk from the train station.Relaxed rooms feature flat-screen TVs, minifridges and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Suites, some with exposed wood beams, add sitting areas, sofabeds and river views.
Park Inn by Radisson Bedford Star Rating 3        
St Mary's Street

Alongside the River Great Ouse, this modern hotel lies 0.7 miles from The Higgins Art Gallery & Museum, and less than a mile from Bedford train station.Featuring complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, the relaxed rooms also come with work desks, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
The Barns Hotel Bedford Star Rating 4        
Cardington Road

This historic riverside hotel with conference facilities in a 13th-century tithe barn is 2.1 miles from Bedford and 2.5 miles from the railway station with its direct services to London.
Shakespeare Hotel Bedford Star Rating 3        
27 Shakespeare Road

This traditional bed-and-breakfast on a quiet residential street is a 10-minute walk from Bedford railway station and a 15-minute walk from the town centre.Rooms are simple and range from singles to suites sleeping up to 4 people. All have en suite or private bathrooms, TVs and free WiFi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
The Grafton Hotel Bedford Star Rating 2.5        
141 Midland Road

This traditional pub with rooms is 5 minutes' walk from Bedford city centre and 5 minutes' walk from the railway station with direct trains to London. It's 10.6 miles from the M1 motorway.
Crosskeys Bedford        
69 High Street

Situated just a five-minute stroll from Bedford Bus Station, the inn provides guests with a convenient base when visiting Bedford. It is close to Cecil Higgins Art Gallery and Bedford Museum, Bedford Castle and Corn Exchange.Crosskeys Bedford has 4 rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Embankment Hotel Star Rating 4        
6 The Embankment

With its central location, Embankment Hotel is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Bedford. The Embankment Hotel boasts a convenient location with modern amenities in every guestroom and superb service. Each of the hotel's guestrooms offers non smoking rooms, hair dryer, ironing board, television, bathtub.
Premier Inn Priory Marina Bedford Star Rating 3        
Priory Country Park Barkers Lane

Next to Priory Country Park, Lake and Marina, this contemporary no-frills hotel is 2.5 miles from Bedford rail station.Rooms range from singles to family rooms with 2 pull-out beds, and kids aged 15 and under eat and stay free with paying adults.
The Mill Hotel Bedford        
32-43 Mill Street

In an old world building, this traditional pub with rooms sits in Bedford town centre, a minute's walk from the John Bunyan Museum and 4 minutes from the banks of the Great Ouse river.Simple rooms come with sinks, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. All share bathrooms.
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Bedford is the county town of Bedfordshire in England. This historical town, which is set on the banks of the River Ouse, is located near London, Oxford and Cambridge. There is much to see and do in Bedford including some interesting museums and art galleries. Perhaps the most important is the Bedford Museum, located in the former Higgins and Sons brewery; this museum is surrounded by the picturesque gardens of Bedford Castle. Over the years, the town has been associated with many famous people. The writer and preacher John Bunyan, the Archbishop Trevor Huddleston and the comedian Ronnie Barker were born here, and residents have included Glenn Miller and his band, during the Second World War, and John Howard. Pleasant parks and gardens give this town an attractive, natural feel and here you can wander among flowers, plants and lovely ancient buildings. However, the place has all the modern comforts too, with quality hotels, pubs and restaurants.