Click the map for tourism ideas Bedfordshire largely consists of agricultural and dairy farming. Industry is concentrated in the towns of Luton, Dunstable and Bedford. The Great Ouse River and the Grand Union Canal flow through the county.
Black Horse

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Ireland, Shefford, Bedfordshire SG17 5QL. Tel: 01462 811398
Traditional Inn with accommodation serving excellent fresh food and Traditional Ales in a friendly and welcoming environment.
Brewery Tap
22 Park Street, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 3ET. Tel: 01582 731797
Town centre pub with a dark Irish atmosphere during day, which turns into a thriving young pub in evenings.
Carpenters Arms
Sundon Road, Harlington, Bedfordshire LU5 6LS. Tel: 01525 872384
17th-century village inn with low beams and copper topped tables serving good food and well kept real ales.
Pertenhall Road, Keysoe, Bedfordshire MK44 2HR. Tel: 01234 708678
Great food friendly old school pub with good value tasty home made food from sandwiches to blackboard specials in a peaceful down-to-earth village.

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Wilden Road, Colmworth, Bedfordshire MK44 2NJ. Tel: 01234 378990
Former 17th century inn and Grade Two listed building which is now an excellent hotel / restaurant serving great food. The Cornfields still retains its original oak beams and Inglenook fireplace with bread oven.
French Horn
Rectory Road, Steppingley, Bedfordshire MK45 5AU. Tel: 01525 712051
Beautiful inn close to Woburn Abbey and easily accessible from junction 12 of the M1, with candlelit restaurant serving good food and traditional ales.
Green Man

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Southill Road, Stanford, Bedfordshire SG18 9JD. Tel: 01462 812293
Tudor style restaurant with an Inglenook fireplace set in two acres of gardens. The Green Man serves good food, real ales and an extensive selection of wines.
Inn At Woburn

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George Street, Woburn, Bedfordshire MK17 9PX. Tel: 01525 290441
18th Century coaching Inn The Inn at Woburn offers an ideal overnight base for anyone on business in the area. As part of The Bedford Estates,cask conditioned ales and a superb choice of fine wines.
Knife & Cleaver

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Houghton Conquest, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK45 3LA. Tel: 01234 930789
Lovely well run inn opposite the Church of All Saints, Bedfordshire's largest church. Good food and great service.
Red Lion

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South End, Milton Bryan, Bedfordshire MK17 9HS. Tel: 01525 210044
Lovely village inn close to Woburn Abbey serving excellent quality meals. A warm welcome awaits in the characterful interior.
Rising Sun
11 Everton Road, Potton, Bedfordshire SG19 2PA. Tel: 01767 260231
Free house dating back to 1720, full of charm and character. The Rising Sun has it's own 35 ft deep well and serves traditional ales along with a huge selection of whiskies.
Swan Hotel

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The Embankment, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK40 1RW. Tel: 01234 346565
18th century hotel located in the centre of Bedford built in 1794 for the 5th Duke of Bedford overlooking the River Ouse.
The Blackbirds
25-27 High Street, Flitwick, Bedfordshire MK45 1DX. Tel: 01525 712438
17th Century inn with good value food and an interesting collection of anti crime gadgets. located just two miles from Junction 12 of the M1.
The Cock
23 High Street, Broom, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire SG18 9NA. Tel: 01767 314411
Excellent food and ale served straight from the cask in a traditional old pub which has many small rooms but no bar.
The Falcon

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Rushden Road, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK44 1QN. Tel: 01234 781222
Delightful 17th century coaching inn located on the banks of the River Great Ouse. The Falcon was once a working mill and the wonderful oak panelled restaurant was once a local court room. The Falcon serves excellent food with wide range of excellent wines and traditional ales.
The Plough

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, Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire MK44 2EX. Tel: 01234 376274
Award winning inn where the cask beer is beautifully kept, the wine list fabulous and the food is superb, all cooked with local seasonal produce. The interior of the Plough is very welcoming with inglenook fireplace, thick rustic walls, wood and stone floors with low ceilings and exposed beams.
Three Cranes
High Street, Turvey, Bedfordshire MK43 8EP. Tel: 01234 881305
Attractive Ivy covered 17th Century stone inn. Good range of real ales and good English cuisine. Just 5 miles from the County town of Bedford.
Three Tuns

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57 Main Road, Biddenham, Bedfordshire MK40 4BD. Tel: 01234 354847
Pleasant thatched village inn serving good food and real ales just three miles from the centre of Bedford.
Wellington Arms
40 - 42 Wellington Street, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK40 2JX. Tel: 01234 308033
Small, back street local which specializes in real ales from Micro Breweries, serving up to eleven at any one time. Plays host to Darts, Dominoes & Skittles teams, music nights most Tuesdays & Thursdays. Filled rolls and homemade soup available lunchtimes.
White Hart
Ampthill Road, Maulden, Bedfordshire MK45 2DH. Tel: 01234 406118
Lovely thatched village local, North of Luton between Junctions 12 and 13 of the M1. Typical pub food and real ales.
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