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Houghton Regis is an ancient settlement in Bedfordshire located close to the Chilterns. The town was a village for centuries and became a market town during the Norman era. Houghton Regis is well connected with the A505 which runs through the town and feeds into Junction 11 and Junction 12 (Flitwick) of the M1. Luton’s airport is just one motorway-junction away. It is within easy reach of the A5 in Dunstable. Leagrave is the nearest train station while the town can also be reached form Harlington and Luton Train Station. Several Arriva buses ply between the town and Luton, Dunstable and the surrounding areas.
The town’s rich history is evident from many of its landmarks that include the Norman Tower and elegant Houghton Hall at the All Saint’s Parish Church. The 13th century church is one of the most visited attractions in the town. It is the site of a church that existed from the Saxon times, which is referred to in the Domesday Book. Houghton Hall is another famous attraction listed as an Ancient Monument. The hall was built in the mid 17th century by Dame Alice Milard and has some magnificent grounds surrounding it. Houghton Hall Park is located behind the Houghton Hall Estate and is an idyllic area of parkland suitable for day out. The park has a picnic area, Kitchen Garden Orchard, woodland areas and a network of scenic walking trails. Entrance to the park that is now an ‘Area of Outstanding Beauty’ is free. The Sewell Cutting Nature Reserve covers eight acres of land with orchids and chalk land flora. This area includes the hamlets of Sewell and Thorn and is home to a large variety of butterflies, bird species and wildlife.
Some of the popular watering holes in Houghton Regis include Chequers at East End, and The Old Red Lion on Bedford Road. Chequers serves a variety of draught beers, real ales, world wines, and exotic cocktails as well. There are steaks, salads, and an extensive menu for kids too and a separate coffee bar too. The Old Red Lion is a family friendly restaurant that offers a choice of carvery meals all through the week. Step in for some great pub food and choice of beers, lagers, wines, cider, bottled spirits, and more in a relaxing atmosphere. There is a small shopping centre in the town in addition to a number of smaller eateries, pubs and bars.
Houghton Regis offers you a choice of accommodation options from hotels to B&Bs and inns. The Old Palace Lodge on Church Street in Dunstable, opposite the ancient Priory church of St. Peter is one of the closest to the town. The hotel is known for its friendly atmosphere and high standard of food and service and is located 2 miles from the M1 Junction 11. Close to the Dunstable Downs is The Pheasant Inn, a family run inn located just 3 miles from the M1. The Inn features separate Lounge and Sports bars while the tariff includes a full English breakfast.