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Easily accessible from London, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire in the East of England is a great place to escape into quiet luxury. Filled with manors, abbeys and country houses, Bedfordshire has a range of great locations from the Chiltern hills in the south, to the banks of the Great Ouse in the north. Classically English, it is also dotted with hamlets and villages. There are lovely parks, Zoos and even a safari park. Known for its large population of Italian descendants at almost 30%, the town of Bedford is the county town. In the 50’s the London Brick Factory recruited from Southern Italy. Luton, is a bustling, lively and diverse modern town and not necessarily somewhere you would think of as historic. It’s famous for hats, and in particular straw hats. With Luton airport, Bedfordshire is easily accessible by flight. And with major road links such as the M1, A1, and A5, driving anywhere here is easy. Typical of Eastern counties, Bedfordshire has a dry climate, with February the driest month and October the wettest. Average highs in the summer are 22° in the summer (although there have been record highs of 37°) and lows of 0.8°C in the winter. Photo by Nick Hawkes via Unsplash

4 Wedding Venues in Bedfordshire meet your criteria

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Buckinghamshire, England
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Set in the heart of the quintessentially English town of Old Amersham, the Kings Chapel is a stunning 18th century chapel boasting breath-taking original features. Create your...

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30-130

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£75.00

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Image of Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club
Hertfordshire, England
Whatever type of wedding you’re planning—from a small, intimate gathering, to a large, extravagant party— Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club is...
Image of The Granary at Fawsley
Northamptonshire, England
Picture yourselves in a stunning barn wedding venue set within the beautiful Fawsley Estate. Nestled amidst 2600 acres of beautiful rolling countryside, all exclusively yours....
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Bedfordshire, England

An exceptionally distinctive, tailor-made, romantic, and magnificent barn venue with 800 years of historic charm, ensuring perfection on your wedding day.

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Bedfordshire

Easily accessible from London, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire in the East of England is a great place to escape into quiet luxury. Filled with manors, abbeys and country houses, Bedfordshire has a range of great locations from the Chiltern hills in the south, to the banks of the Great Ouse in the north. Classically English, it is also dotted with hamlets and villages. There are lovely parks, Zoos and even a safari park. Known for its large population of Italian descendants at almost 30%, the town of Bedford is the county town. In the 50’s the London Brick Factory recruited from Southern Italy. Luton, is a bustling, lively and diverse modern town and not necessarily somewhere you would think of as historic. It’s famous for hats, and in particular straw hats. With Luton airport, Bedfordshire is easily accessible by flight. And with major road links such as the M1, A1, and A5, driving anywhere here is easy. Typical of Eastern counties, Bedfordshire has a dry climate, with February the driest month and October the wettest. Average highs in the summer are 22° in the summer (although there have been record highs of 37°) and lows of 0.8°C in the winter. Photo by Nick Hawkes via Unsplash

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