The King’s Arms is perfectly equipped to meet all of your dining requirements, no matter what the occasion.
Boasting a delicious menu of tasty pub food dishes, a chic bar area, a sophisticated dining room, and an inviting beer garden, this family friendly pub, bar and restaurant should be your first port of call for an impromptu lunch with a colleague, a catch-up drinks with friends, or a delicious three course meal.
Serving up a wide choice of dishes and a great selection of real ales, lagers and wines, every day of the week, you’ll be able to relax, unwind, and indulge in the optimum style and comfort.
We are also a child friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your little ones along too!
Located in the village of Cardington in Bedford, The King’s Arms is well connected and easily accessible.
If you’re travelling by train, this stylish pub, bar, and restaurant is just a nine-minute drive from Bedford St John’s train station.
Situated approximately 55 miles outside central London, the village can be reached on the A600 or the A421 which run through the area.
In addition to our magnificent interiors, we also offer a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining all year round.
Situated in the beautiful village of Cardington in Bedford, The King’s Arms is surrounded by lovely countryside and plenty of things to see and do.
The village itself is a great place to explore or enjoy a gentle stroll, just make sure you call into The King’s Arms for a refreshing drink or a delicious bite to eat once you’ve built up a healthy appetite.
For an insight into the history of the area, head to Houghton House - the shell of a 17th century mansion that offers magnificent views over the area. The structure was said to have inspired the House Beautiful in John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress.
Wrest Park also offers the ideal opportunity to explore the evolution of the traditional English garden as you stroll through three centuries of landscape design. With a host of gardens to discover, as well as a sculpture gallery, archaeological collections, and a children’s play area, there’s something for the whole family.
During the summer months, Hitchen Lavender Farm is simply stunning. Walk through the 25 miles of lavender rows, pick your own fresh lavender, and take in the spectacular views of rural Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. After all that exploring, call into The Flying Horse to refuel with a delicious, freshly prepared meal.
Other attractions in the area include De Grey Mausoleum, Wrest Park, Bushmead Priory, Woburn Safari Park, The Forest of Marston Vale, Priory Country Park, and Woburn Abbey and Gardens.