Bedford area self-catering holiday accommodation is found in an area of rural charm within easy reach of the centre of Bedford, giving you the best of both worlds. Peace, quiet and wonderful rambling walks with all the facilities, like supermarkets, shops and markets, so necessary for a successful self-catering holiday, not too far away. Stroll along the banks of the River Ouse, or if you are in Bedford area holiday homes at the right time of year, go to the traditional regatta in the centre of town. There’s a monument on the beautiful bridge over the river to John Bunyan who wrote the Pilgrim’s Progress here as well as dedicated museum in town both of which should be visited while staying in a Bedford area rental cottage. Further a field from Bedford cottages it is possible to go hiking in the Chilterns at Dunstable Down or visit the Imperial War Museum in Duxford. Whipsnade Wildlife Park is not far from you holiday home in Bedford area, as is the Whipsnade Tree Cathedral. A little further out is Woburn Abbey and the Woburn Safari Park, a sure winner with younger members of the family. Also fun for an afternoon out while staying at a rental cottage in the Bedford area is a ride on the Leighton Buzzard Light Railway.
Weather Bedford self-catering holiday homes are in an area that, like most of the UK, enjoys a maritime climate, with plenty of sunshine during the summer but rain possible at any time of the year.
Best time to visit Bedford area holiday rentals are probably best visited between late spring and early autumn when you can best enjoy being out and about in the beautiful countryside. Reaching Bedford Area The closest airport to self-catering holiday homes in Bedford is London-Luton (LTN) just 35 minutes away by road or rail.