The Brownlow Bed and Breakfast Ivinghoe
An introduction to The Brownlow Bed and Breakfast Ivinghoe
The Brownlow Bed and Breakfast was originally built as a pub for The Grand Union Canal and now the old stables have been converted into luxury accommodation, rated 'highly commended' by the AA, retaining many original features and plenty of character.
Sue and Eric Kettler welcome you to The Brownlow, luxury AA four yellow star, 'highly commended' guest and bed and breakfast accommodation near Ivinghoe in Bedfordshire.
The Brownlow bed and breakfast is conveniently situated 4 miles from the A41 at Tring and from the M1 at Dunstable. We are literally on the border of three counties, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire. Cheddington main-line train Station is only a mile away, from where there are frequent trains into central London. Luton Airport is only 14 miles away.
For those travelling on business or pleasure, we provide a unique homely atmosphere and friendly service, coupled with the convenience of the location. We have ample off-road private parking for our guests and with the village shops close by, everything is to hand. The nearby Chiltern Hills and Ivinghoe Beacon provide a superb backdrop for The Brownlow and you can enjoy walks on the Grand Union Canal which passes by the back door!
Standard Rooms: Single Occupancy from £47.50
Standard Double Rooms: from £77.50
Deluxe Rooms: Single occupancy from £57.50
Deluxe Double Rooms: from £87.50
All bedrooms are en-suite and Room Rates include full breakfast.
We are sorry but we do not allow pets.
There are many local attractions. For walkers, ramblers and serious hikers, the nearby Ivinghoe Beacon marks the start of two major footpaths. The Icknield Way Path goes east to Knettishall Heath in Norfolk and The Ridgeway, a designated National Trail stretches over 80 miles west to Overton Hill near Avebury in Wiltshire. Both paths follow the same route used since prehistoric times by travellers, herdsmen and soldiers and together form the oldest road in Britain.
Adjoining Ivinghoe Beacon is the National Trust Ashridge Estate, together covering over 2100 acres of protected, quintessentially English, Chilterns countryside. The displays of bluebells amongst the beechwoods of Ashridge truly have to be seen to be believed. Acres of irredescant blue flowers carpet the woodlands in May.
Other local attractions include Whipsnade Zoo, Woburn Abbey and Woburn Abbey Safari Park and Waddesdon Manor. There are many excellent golf courses nearby including, Woburn, Ashridge and Berkhamsted.