All the appeal of village life
A picturesque parish church that was mentioned in the Domesday Book, two exceptional local hostelries, The Bell and The Red Lion, both serving excellent food, a vast green Common at its core, designated County Wildlife Centre. It’s little wonder the village of Studham is one of the most sought-after addresses in Bedfordshire.
Fresh produce, everyday essentials and more can be sourced from the bustling market town of Dunstable, just 5.4 miles away, where you’ll find a range of shops and services along with a choice of bars and restaurants, including local institution Chez Jerome. Nearby, the affluent communities of Harpenden and Berkhamsted are almost equidistant from Clements End Farm. Either are ideal stamping grounds for sophisticated shopping and fine dining, with designer boutiques, quality brands – both have sizeable Waitrose stores – and an even wider choice of eateries on offer within delightfully leafy surroundings. In addition, the proximity of St Albans, Milton Keynes and London offers alternatives for more urban shopping excursions.
Entertainment is also easily accessible, with theatres, cinemas, museums and arts centres in each of the above towns and cities, while closer to home, Dunstable’s Grove Theatre puts on a full programme in its 780-seat purpose built arts and entertainment centre. Studham itself hosts an annual music festival, Studhambury, along with a much-anticipated May Fair, featuring Morris dancing, coconut shy and Maypole to reinforce the modern rural idyll.