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Hotels in Biggleswade

Standing alongside the River Ivel in Bedfordshire, Biggleswade is one of the county's rapidly growing market towns. It's twinned with Erlensee in Germany. The town was first granted a market in the 13th century. It's now large enough to have two football teams and a rugby team.

Biggleswade hotels make great bases for exploring nearby Bedford. The town's also close to the A1(M) for motorway links.

Dining and shopping in Biggleswade

When it's time to eat, you have the pick of pizza, fish and chips, Indian and Chinese food. Step into The Lounge wine bar for a nightcap – it's an upmarket café during the day.

Self-catering hotels can be a cost-effective option, as Biggleswade's ASDA isn't far away. The town's shopping streets offer everything you might need on holiday: toiletries, new clothes, cosmetics and footwear.

As part of the town's expansion, the London Road retail park was earmarked in 2014 to house more big chain stores. Your next nearest large-scale shopping complex is the Harpur Centre in Bedford.

Family activities and days out

Biggleswade has plenty of attractions for a day out with the kids. There's the Jubilee Play Centre, which is designed to include kids of any/all physical ability. ‘High Activity' areas keep more energetic kids entertained with swings and climbing frames.

Café Kids inside the Saxon Centre has separate soft play zones for toddlers and older kids. Adults can keep a watchful eye over their brood from the reasonably priced café.

Hop on a train at Biggleswade rail station to get to and from Peterborough and London King's Cross. Trains also stop at the nearby towns of St. Neots and Huntingdon on the way.

Attractions and museums

At the Shuttleworth Collection, you can see exhibitions of aircraft and cars from through the years. It's inside the Shuttleworth Old Warden aerodrome, with authentic aircraft hangars to stroll through. Family friendly events are held regularly all year round.

The Swiss Garden is a nine-acre garden next to the collection. Often described as a ‘hidden gem', it features Regency-period landscapes, Victorian touches and more modern influences. The garden is also home to three peacocks and 13 listed buildings and monuments.

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