With a modern, designer set-up accompanying tasteful dècor, The Old Post Office presents a light and airy interior for you and a loved one to try somewhere new and indulge in all that Bedfordshire has to offer.
This spacious, single-storey property, nestled at the rear of a large Grade II listed cottage along the Cople high street, dates back to around the 1800s.
However, you can enjoy the delightful contemporary spaces, elegantly styled to meet a quality standard of finish.
Step in through the rear of the property, where you will find the lovely sitting room with a dining area.
Just off from here is the double bedroom adjoining the bathroom, which is done in an all-white shade, brightly lit by the natural light soaking through the window.
The kitchen is nicely appointed to suit your needs whilst the exterior boasts a seating area for you to enjoy a little afternoon breeze over a lovely cup of tea.
Admire the gardens that stretch the length of the property and are shared with the owner’s property.
Dotted with clusters of plants and tall trees offering shade, it is a wildlife haven to behold.
Just a few minutes down the road is a lovely country pub offering good food, so if you don't feel like cooking for the evening, head on down for a bite to eat.
The nearby town of Bedford plays host to an assortment of restaurants and is well known for its beautiful riverside setting, the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon stroll or a picnic.
The region of Bedfordshire offers many more delightful villages and towns to explore.
Enjoy a healthy break from routine at this ideal base.
About the location
Kempston 2 miles; Elstow 2.2 miles.
Bedford is located in the heart of Bedfordshire and is one of England's smallest towns. Close to the popular tourist hotspots of Oxford and Cambridge, the town is only a 35 minutes train journey from Central London. Bedford is renowned as having one of the finest riverside settings in the country, with excellent views over the river Ouse, from the restored Castle Mound; all that remains of Bedford's medieval castle. Today, Bedford has a wide selection of restaurants offering a variety of cuisines from around the world. In particular, Bedford is appreciated for its Italian community and the traditional family restaurants which have sprung up as a result of it. With over 20 golf courses in Bedfordshire along with some of the ancient medieval architecture of the town, this village draws many people from the surrounding area. The town of Kempston is adjacent to Bedford, with riverside walks, parks, play areas, a library and indoor bowling greens. The villages of Elstow, Renhold and Ravensden are also close by.