Fancy buying a manor house where Bedford's John Bunyan was imprisoned?

There's more bedrooms than you can shake a stick at

By Clare Turner
Monday, 28th March 2022, 5:40 pm
This Grade II* listed detached period house is our Property of the Week (Picture courtesy of Savills)
This Grade II* listed detached period house is our Property of the Week (Picture courtesy of Savills)

OK, this house isn't actually in Bedford but let's face it, who wouldn't fancy being lord or lady of the manor?

Just drive down the A6 to Harlington and you'll find this beauty.

One of the many reception rooms

Harlington Manor - in Station Road - is a Grade II* listed detached period property dating back to the late 14th century.

King Charles II stayed in the 1670s; and most famously, Bedford's very own John Bunyan - he of Pilgrim's Progress - was interrogated and imprisoned here in 1660.

But enough about the history, what else has this gorgeous house got to offer?

Well, part of Harlington Manor is being run as a very successful high end bed and breakfast retreat.

And yet another reception room

There's also 11 bedrooms, six bathrooms and five reception rooms. So, not much then.....

The kitchen/breakfast room
Another reception room? Why not?
The dining room
One of the bedrooms
Another of the bedrooms
And here's another one
An en suite bathroom
One of the bathrooms
The outside of the manor house
The gorgeous garden