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Cheap Hotels in Dunstable

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London Road
1.2 Miles from the centre
per night from £79
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Church Street
0.2 Miles from the centre
per night from £195
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The Griffin Inn Hotel

2 Station Road
4.5 Miles from the centre
per night from £45
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Hotels in Dunstable

The market town of DunsSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION lies north of London. At the base of the Chiltern Hills, it's an excellent location for exploring the nearby countryside and its unique attractions. With traditional charm and easy links to London, there are plenty of DunsSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION hotels to meet visitors' needs.


Near to DunsSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION is one of the area's largest attractions – ZSL Whipsnade Zoo. As the UK's biggest zoo and safari park it covers over 600 acres and is home to more than 2,955 animals. From cheetahs to lemurs, giraffes, tigers and rhinos, the zoo offers a unique experience. Visitors can take a tour on its steam train or can even spend the night in a Lookout Lodge.

For outdoor pursuits, the DunsSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION Downs is an outstanding area of natural beauty with a variety of wildlife. The chalk grasslands are perfect for walking, with miles of footpaths and a number of circular walks. Stop by the Chilterns Gateway Visitor Centre to plan your day and try locally produced food at its café.

Families may also enjoy a trip to the DunsSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION Riding School, which provides lessons and hacks for adults and kids. Or for a day out, try the Go Ape centre at Woburn, which offers hi-ropes activities and zip-lining.

For those with a historical interest, Woburn Abbey is set in a remarkable 3,000 acres of grounds and has a fascinating record tracing 400 years of English history. This spectacular home also has an impressive art collection, attractive gardens, a deer park and a popular tearoom.

For entertainment, the Grove Park complex is a popular destination, housing a theatre, six restaurants, a bowling alley and a number of bars. Its Grove Theatre shows a diverse mix of performances – ranging from drama to music and film.

Restaurants, cafés and bars

The Old Farm Inn is a traditional pub with cask ales and old-fashioned home cooking. For contemporary cuisine, try Chez Jerome, which offers French dining with a twist. Another popular choice is the Olive Garden – a Mediterranean restaurant serving Greek-Cypriot cuisine and meze. For afternoon tea, the Priory House Heritage Centre has a popular tearoom and attractive gardens.

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