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A guide to riding your motorbike in Luton

At one time, Luton in Bedfordshire was famous for hat making. Now the hat making industry is all but dead. Now, there are other things of note in Luton. The Luton International Festival is Europe’s largest single day carnival. More than 150,000 people descend on the town as the festival is underway.

The town has a lot to offer to bikers too. There are a number of country pubs and B&B inns in and around Luton. So there’s plenty of opportunity to rest and have fun when you are biking around the place. The famous bikers and truckers’ watering hole- Jack’s Hill Cafe is close by. Here are some popular biking routes in Luton.

Motorbiking routes in Luton

Luton’s rich countryside is a treat for any biker. No wonder so many bikers come here for a ride out every week. Here are some popular ride outs for bikers from Luton.

Codicote to Barton Le Clay- Codicote to Barton Le Clay is just 14 miles. There are no sharp twists or curves along the way either. The road is pretty smooth here. As you ride, all around you, you will lush countryside. The environs are so beautiful; you won’t feel like stopping ever.

St. Albans to Hatfield- St. Albans to Hatfield is a very short ride (just 7 miles) but it is worth it because of the scenery. Don’t forget to visit the Albany Church which is quite something. Hatfield is a proper city and it is a good place to stock up for your journey back to London.

London to Luton- London is just 33 miles from Luton. So even Londoners can ride out to Luton and return on the same day. On the way, you will see many old country pubs. Do stop by some of them, even if it’s only to look around.

Biker friendly meeting places around Luton

Luton and the surrounding countryside are home to many famous country pubs. Many of these are centuries old. Most of them serve drinks. Their food is also excellent. Here are some of them.

The Old Farm Inn- The Old Farm Inn is one of the oldest pubs in England. It is located in Dunstable which is just 15 minutes away from Luton. The pub was built in the 14th century and is now a Grade 2 building. Outside seating is also available if you want to have your drinks in the open. If you want to try traditional English food while you are in Luton, this is the place to go. Don’t miss the Sunday Roast between 12 to 4 PM.

Polhill Arms- Polhill Arms was recently refurbished to make it more contemporary. Outside seating and parking are available. We will say, Polhill Arms is a must visit if you are looking for watering holes in the area surrounding Luton. The place is located in Renhold, which is just half an hour away from Luton town.

The Royal Oak Pub- the Royal Oak Pub is located in Potton. It is the oldest pub in the town. The building where it is located is a Grade 2 listed property. The pub is family run and offers delicious home cooked meals, ales and wines. You can bring your bike here because parking is available. The food is affordable and rich in quality.

Jack’s Hill Cafe- Jack’s Hill Cafe is a famous biker and truck stop. It is located in Towcester which is 46 minutes North of Luton. On weekdays, the place is open from 7 in the morning to 8.30 in the night. On the weekends, the place is open till 2.30 in the afternoon. There are many facilities on site such as independent showers, cash machines, free Wi-Fi and even accommodation (single and twin sharing). The place regularly organizes bike nights.

Biker friendly accommodation in and around Luton

While not as exciting as some other destinations we have talked about, Luton also has its share of attractions. Luckily, there are many accommodations and B&B inns around the city where bikers are welcome. Here are some.

The Bull– the Bull is a traditional village pub in the town of Barton Le Clay. The place is just half an hour away from Luton so don’t miss when you are in the area. The place offers tasty and affordable English food and a range of spirits and nonalcoholic beverages. Don’t forget to sample some of the beers they have. Rooms start from £69 per night.

King William Hotel- King William Hotel is one of the better hotels in Luton. It is located just two km away from the Luton Airport. It is a B&B inn but there is also a bar in the hotel. Rooms start from just £45 for double or twin sharing basis. Parking is also available and it is free if you are staying overnight at the hotel. The hotel is also known for its tasty and affordable menu.

Hyde Mill- Hyde Mill was once a barn which was converted into a hotel. It is now a B&B inn. Hyde Mill serves a great breakfast at affordable rates. The rooms are large, peaceful and well equipped. The innkeeper’s name is Katie and she is an excellent hostess. The place is well connected to Luton. There’s parking for bikes too.

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