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Planning to spend your holidays in Bedfordshire? Hiring a campervan through VroomVroomVroom is probably the best solution for those who are travelling with their friends and family. There are motorhome rentals that can accommodate up to seven people so you can all comfortably travel and stay in one place together. You may even be surprised to find out how much cheaper it is to book a campervan hire in Bedfordshire with VroomVroomVroom rather than renting hotel rooms and taxicabs for the whole group. Depots to collect campervans are constantly changing. Currently, campervan rentals can be picked up and dropped off at the Leighton Buzzard Light Railway Station. 

Explore and discover Bedfordshire's rich history and fascinating attractions

Situated in Eastern England and just a short drive north from London, the southern area of Bedfordshire is part of the Chiltern Hills. The ceremonial county is known as the gateway to the Midlands and East Anglia. One of England's smaller counties is full of historical links, fascinating, and unique attractions, unspoilt countryside, and modern facilities. Bedfordshire is particularly well known for its connections with the lace industry, the author John Bunyan, Glenn Miller who was stationed here during the Second World War, and the quintessential Afternoon Tea. Bedfordshire is also known for the historical Leighton Buzzard Light Railway Station, which operates on a 2-feet gauge track and only 3 miles long. It was established in 1919 connecting the sand quarries to the mainline railway on the southern part of Grovebury. Currently, the line operates as a heritage railway and is now a popular tourist attraction. 


RV rental and campervan hire are also available from the following locations across the country. Check the map below for the list of locations.  


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Top Holiday and Caravan Parks in Bedfordshire

The Henlow Bridge Lakes
 campsite is open all year round and it features 23 hard standing pitches and three camping pods. It is located on A507 between Arlesey Town Railway Station and Henlow Village. Take advantage of the amenities offered by Hayward's Block such as shower rooms, toilets, and laundry room. You can also enjoy leisure fishing and riverside walks. 

Riverside Holiday Park is situated on the outskirts of Pavenham right in the middle of Bedfordshire. This place is the perfect escape from all the stress and noise of the city because everything here is all about peace and tranquility. There aren't any swimming pools, play areas, or clubhouse within the vicinity because the park is designed to keep the guests closer to nature. 

Top End Village Stores and Caravan Site
 is nestled in the lovely village of Little Staughton on the border of Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. They offer 65 electric pitches and more spaces for non-electric pitches. There are also hard standing areas with electric hook ups for those travelling in caravans and huge motorhomes. The large shop can provide everything you need and there's also a skateboard ramp and children's play area to keep guests occupied. 

Outfields Stables (Paddock Campsite) is the perfect rural escape because of its strategic location right in the middle of open fields in Ravensden. It is just five miles away from the centre of Bedford and just 35 minutes away via train to London. Small children can run freely at the 4.5-acre campsite because the area is secured by fences and gates. Its close proximity to Twinwoods makes it an ideal place to stay for festivalgoers. 


Top Attractions in Bedfordshire

Woburn Safari Park
is a drive-through animal park in Woburn Park. It is just an hour's drive away from Oxford, Birmingham, London, and Cambridge. Get a chance to encounter wild animals, including giraffes, rhinoceros, elephants, lions, tigers, and black bears. The safari park also features a 40-acre leisure area where you can find the Go Ape! Forest adventure course and other attractions. 

ZSL Whipsnade Zoo Bedfordshire is nestled on a 600-acre parkland in Whipsnade near Dunstable. Just like Woburn Safari Park, visitors can drive their own campervan or take the bus service when exploring the park. You can find more than 2,955 wild animals within the zoo and most of them are endangered. Some animals are allowed to roam freely including the Australian wallabies and peacocks. For the ultimate animal encounter experience, try being a keeper for a day and learn how to take care of animals. 

Shuttleworth Collection
houses the famous Edwardian flying machines. You will also find more than 50 airworthy aeroplanes in this unique museum, and most of them are original. Witness some of these aeroplanes fly during the special flying days and evenings between May and October. If you're travelling with small children, make sure to take them to the Jubilee Play Centre, which offers endless fun to kids. 

The Higgins Bedford is located right in the heart of the Cultural Quarter in Bedford and just two minutes away from the Embankment and High Street. The historical art gallery and museum features interesting exhibitions and offers learning opportunities for aspiring artists. It also has a café/restaurant, and shop. The Higgins Bedford also hosts various events and activities all year round.

Woburn Abbey and Gardens has welcomed visitors from all over the world since 1955. There are 22 rooms waiting to be explored, including the State Apartments, the Chinese Room, and the unique Grotto. More than 250 works of art can be found within these rooms such as the Armada Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I and the Queen Victoria's artworks. The estate also boasts of its award-winning gardens and the Deer Park.
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