Biggleswade is a market town in Bedfordshire.

Get in

Biggleswade Station

By train

The station is in Station Road, close to the town centre, and linked to the Dells Lane area by a footbridge.

By bus

There is a small bus station on the Market Square.

Regular bus services, and on-demand bus services were recently slashed by Stagecoach and other operators.

By road

By bike

Get around

Biggleswade is a small town, and many places can be reached on foot. There are, however, some outlying trading estates and superstores.

By bus

By car

By bike


The River Ivel in Biggleswade









There are several pubs throughout the town, particularly around the High Street and Market Square. Biggleswade was previously a brewing town, with Greene King brewery based where the Asda supermarket now stands. This means that most of the pubs are Greene King with the exception of a few freehouses.

The bar at the Stratton House Hotel is nice but can get a bit busy at weekends and has an over 21 door policy. The Lounge in Church Street is more upmarket and has a large spirits, wine and champagne list. The New Inn on Market Square is frequented by those only just old enough to drink but has a great juke box and a nice landlady. Real ale aficionados head for The Rose or the Golden Pheasant. The Red Lion has live bands at the tail end of the week and is open until late.


There's only a couple of hotels in the town itself: there are, however, more motel-style places out by the A1, and some country B&Bs in the area.

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