Fullers Hill Cottages
“Cottages in the heart of the Bedfordshire countryside” - VisitEngland Assessor
- Social distancing and safety measures in place
- Follows government and industry guidelines for COVID-19
- Signed up to the AA COVID Confident Charter
Housekeepers are wearing gloves, masks and aprons during service. They will change all the beds in one go, then change their PPE clothing to dress the beds. We are requesting that guests load and turn on the dishwasher prior to departure. Hot tubs will continue to be thoroughly cleaned between guests and will not be shared. After a cottage has been serviced there will be a no entry sign plus "This cottage has been thoroughly cleaned and sanitised for your protection" displayed on the doorhandles outside each cottage.
Our Inspector's View
The six Fullers Hill Cottages enjoy a very peaceful, picturesque location in the Bedfordshire countryside and yet are only 25 minutes from the city of Cambridge. The barns provide an ideal base from which to explore the area, or just to relax and unwind. Guests will be pleased to find quality furnishings throughout all the cottages. The Stables are suitable for older and less agile guests and while part time wheelchair users can stay at the Tack Room.
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About The area
At its most southern point, Bedfordshire is only 35 miles from London Waterloo, so there’s a good reason for the UK’s fifth busiest airport to be called London Luton Airport. The county is one of England’s smaller in terms of area, but more than makes up for it in terms of business HQs and visitor attractions. Among the most popular of these, and among the top attractions in the UK, is ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, founded in 1931, and now covering around 600 acres.
Along similar lines Woburn Safari Park opened more recently (in 1970) and is just over half the size. Fans of old flying machines or cars will enjoy a visit to the Shuttleworth Collection at Old Warden, a tiny village near Biggleswade. Among the oldest examples in the collection are a pioneering French Blériot XI from 1910, and a number of early French and German automobiles from the very late 19th century.
Bedford itself is located on either side of the River Ouse, and has a large Italian population, descended from those who came to work at a local brick factory in the 1950s.
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