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Moggerhanger Park Ltd, The Park, Park Road , Bedford, MK443RW
Located on the A603, 2 miles from the A1 at Sandy and just 4 miles from the A421 Bedford Bypass, Moggerhanger Park is a beautiful Grade 1 listed House situated in the heart of Bedfordshire countryside.

For the leisure or business traveller, we offer stunning guest accommodation, individually furnished and fully equipped with hairdryer, TV, Wifi, telephone, iron and central heating. Cellar Bar open daily from 6:30pm - 11pm with Cellar Bar Menu available from 6:30pm to 9.00pm each evening.

Enjoy a freshly cooked Full English Breakfast in the Old Kitchen or sit and relax with the papers in the Old Library, Cellar Bar and Snug.

Afternoon Tea is served in the Old Library on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3pm - 6pm. Costing £35 per head its a wonderful treat ! Alternatively a more modest Afternoon Tea is available 7 days a week in the Woodland Cafe.

Alternatively take some time out to understand the unique history of the House and Grounds with a Heritage Tour. Meeting on the Courtyard Patio every Sunday and Wednesday at 2.30pm and lasting for approximately an hour, the tour provides a fascinating insight into the Venue. Pre-booking essential. Cost per person £5.00.

Extensive leisure facilities nearby include Champneys, Henlow and John O'Gaunt Golf Club and the attractions of the RSPB Lodge at Sandy, the R101 Hangars at Cardington, the Danish Camp at Willington, The Shuttleworth Collection at Old Warden and The Higgins Bedford.

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95% recommended this accommodation to a friend 95% would stay again
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Full of character
So much better than an impersonal travel lodge or premier inn. Nice and quiet and lovely parkland to walk around in.

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Sarah W

From UK
Who stayed in September 2014

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Interesting spot! Everything is great but the shower is for skinny people, the stairs could be a challenge and the outside could do with a lick of paint.

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Mel G

From UK
Who stayed in July 2014

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Good stay
Wasn't sure what to expect on arrival in cap park as it's all very low key but all fine. Nice room. Good breakfast.

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Duncan C

From UK
Who stayed in July 2014

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Country break
We wanted to spend a few days in the Bedfordshire area and found Moggerhanger Park to be a good base. The staff were very friendly and helpful and made us welcome. The accommodation was clean and functional, generally well decorated but could do with a little re-decoration in places.
Bar menu not extensive but food of a good standard and well presented. Location out of town, which suited us well - a peaceful place to relax in the evening after a day out.

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Malcolm R

From Wickford, UK
Who stayed in July 2014

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Fantastic value, friendly service and beautiful setting
Moggerhanger Park has been a really great find for me - a beautiful country mansion (albeit in need of a little restoration in places) set in a tranquil countryside surrounded by grazing sheep. The rooms are large and tastefully decorated with a few antique pieces of furniture and sumptuous beds. The food menu is a bit limited, but high quality. The place isn't slick and polished, but it has loads of charm and the staff are incredibly friendly and helpful. A really refreshing change from the monotony of business hotels!

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W Hampton

From UK
Who stayed in July 2014

Travelling alone

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Manorial living
Its not often you stay in a listed building and the bed was comfortable with pristine sheets. However it was expensive and the handbasin was too small to wash easily in. I needed the double doors as the events were quite noisy late at night but with both doors shut it was quiet.

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Alison W

From Sheffield, UK
Who stayed in July 2014

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Hotel Review
Excellent-nice people ,nice venue-peaceful

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C Adams

From Whitchurch, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

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Lovely as a treat.
Beautiful rooms in a wonderful location. Breakfast was great and the staff were friendly.

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R Wilson

From Leicester, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

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Loved the history and quirkiness of the hotel - but didnt get chance to explore other parts of the building. Just wanted to give some feedback regarding the facilities in the room - no bedside lamp on the left side of bed, no wardrobe (hook over bathroom door isnt sufficient - was restricting closure). Need curtains at window as the white blind did not shut out the light and also wasnt covering all the window. Lastly when i boiled the kettle the flex wasnt long enough to reach the socket so had to stand it on the floor. I do want to say again that i loved the hotel.

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Dave B

From Bath, UK
Who stayed in April 2014

Couple

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Ok

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John B

From Dumfries, UK
Who stayed in April 2014

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