Pavenham Park in Bedfordshire is ideally situated for those wishing to enjoy the calm and tranquillity of the countryside while remaining within easy reach of essential amenities. Surrounded by open countryside and the River Great Ouse running along the bottom of the Pavenham Park, you can enjoy abundant of wildlife and leisurely walks. The bus stop just outside the park entrance provides easy access into Bedford and if you wish to explore further a field there are excellent transport links to Woburn Abbey and Odell Castle. If you’re seeking a more relaxed rural retirement, book yourself a visit to Paveneham Park. At current we have no plots available here, however why not consider the nearby Orchards Park in Buckinghamshire.
Getting to Pavenham Park
By car from Bedford - proceed North on the A6 towards Rushden and Kettering, passing through Clapham. After leaving Clapham take the turning left signposted for Oakley and Pavenham. At the crossroads in Oakley, turn right towards Pavenham, approximately one mile sharp left hand bend, the park entrance a quarter of a mile along on the right hand side just next to the bus stop.