About Bedford Railway Station
Bedford Railway Station is one of two main train stations serving Bedford, Bedfordshire, serving the Midland Main Line. It was originally constructed by Midland Railway in the mid-1800s, and was severely damaged by a bomb in World War II. Reparations and refurbishments were spearheaded by prominent British rail tycoon, Sir Peter Parker.
Bedfordshire - a gem of the east
Though Bedfordshire shares many quintessential English staples with other counties, after just one visit you’ll agree that there’s nowhere quite like it. Here, you can explore gorgeous, bucolic countryside teeming with interesting wildlife, impressive historical buildings, and friendly market towns. Family attractions like Woburn Safari Park, grown-up’s escapes like the spa at Luton Hoo, and fascinating historical attractions like the John Bunyan Museum, make Bedfordshire a memorable adventure waiting to be had.
Unwind at Wrest Park
Even with all the beautiful formal gardens in England, Wrest Park stands out from the crowd. Aside from being a tranquil, well-kept green space, Wrest Park exhibits a wide range of techniques in landscape architecture, spanning 300 years of English gardening. The park also offers activity backpacks, audio trails, and a large play area for kids.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Bedford Railway Station? Travelodge Bedford Goldington Road Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Bedford Hotel.