|PRIORY HOUSE||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|33 High Street South, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, LU6 3RZ|
Enjoy an ambience created over 800 years, in the Undercroft of our Tea Room, with a light lunch and sumptuous refreshments. Why not try our speciality afternoon tea, with homemade delicacies, including our own range of Dunstable Teas? Discover the fascinating history of the Priory and early Dunstable with a self-guided audio tour of the Priory grounds - available late summer. View the late Elizabethan wall painting and latest exhibition at Priory House. Plus Tourist information centre and heritage gift shop with Made in Dunstable crafts. Annual events include Classic Motor Rally, Local History Day and Dunstable Town Fayre. To mark the 800th Anniversary of the Dedication of Dunstable Priory, in 2013, we celebrate with many Medieval History events. Don't miss the Medieval Weekend May 18th and 19th: www.medievaldunstable.org.uk
|MOGGERHANGER PARK||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|Park Road, Moggerhanger, Bedford, MK44 3RW|
Experience the history of the newly restored Grade 1 Country House at Moggerhanger Park, once the home to Godfrey Thornton, the Governor of the Bank of England from 1793 to 1795.
Set in 33 acres of parkland with grounds landscaped by Humphrey Repton, the venue now offers 4 Star Visit England accredited guest accommodation with 23 en-suite rooms. There are guided House Tours on Sundays and Mondays, and a childrens playground. The Woodland Cafe is open daily from 10am to 5pm serving a range of home made sandwiches, cakes, afternoon teas and hot snacks.
Moggerhanger Park is also available for weddings, conferences, team building days, product launches and parties.
|WREST PARK GARDENS||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|Silsoe, Bedfordshire, MK45 4HS|
Within the 90 acres of wonderful gardens are the Great Garden, the exquisite and intricate French Garden, with statues and fountains. Wandering through woods and along canals, you come upon charming garden buildings and follies, the Mithraic Altar, the Chinese Temple and bridge, the Archer Pavilion with delightful chambers and wall paintings.