No one knows North Bedfordshire quite like us – we live, we work, we play. Read our take on the area, if you have specific questions, just ask.
Riverside and countryside. Admirable schooling, history, communities. Mouth-watering restaurants, traditional pubs, an extremely good social environment. Life is relaxed, or busy, a mixture of the two. Stay at home, go out. Drive to Cambridge, visit Bedford, train to London. Walk, cycle, drive, sit for coffee, picnic for lunch, eat out for dinner. Drink a little fine wine, sample a local ale. Row down the river, sail on a lake.
Beautiful, practical, vibrant. Drop the children at school. Bedford Modern, Bedford School, Bedford Girls School. Take a walk, explore The Embankment, The River Meadows, Bedford Park. Shop. Visit Debenhams, Next, Beales. Browse and buy, with an independent retailer. Saunter through The Arcade, Castle Quay. Stop. Break for coffee, wine at The Lane, a cocktail at Bears and Tails. Relax at The Boating Lake, Russell Park, play mini golf, watch the rowers. Spend an hour, waste a day, enjoy an evening.
The Transport Links
Work wherever. Commute. Quickly. Efficiently. Drive to Cambridge, 45 minutes. Leave the car at home. Take the bus, if you wish. Train to London, 35 minutes. Brighton, for the sea breeze. Visit Milton Keynes. Shopping spree. Buckingham. Northampton. Oxford. Bicester. Very central. Attracting investment, jobs, infrastructure. Lift to Luton. Fly to Scotland, the Continent, a Canary Island. Take a weekend, a week a month. Holiday. Stay connected.