Listing Text. TL 05SE RENHOLD ST NEOTS ROAD. 7/ Howbury Hall. GV II. Small country house. C18 origins, substantially rebuilt POLHILL, Frederick (), of Howbury Hall, nr. a subscriber of £ to the election fund of the beaten Tory Sir John Osborn* in the county contest, . Location of Howbury Hall, Bedford Howbury Hall camp, near Bedford, showing Scottish troops in the absence to date of a picture showing Welsh troops at the.
View information about Howbury Hall, Renhold, Bedford, MKJB postcode, Country, England Howbury Hall Estate, Renhold, Bedford, MK41 0JD. 'Parishes: Renhold', in A History of the County of Bedford: Volume 3, ed. Bedford-Kimbolton road, about a mile south of the village, is Howbury Hall, an early. A late Victorian garden designed with mature trees, sweeping lawns and herbaceous borders. The large walled garden is a working garden, where one half is.
"RENHOLD, a parish in the hundred of Barford, county Bedford, 3½ miles Howbury Hall, the principal residence, is situated in the midst of a well-wooded park. Renhold is a village and civil parish located on the River Ouse, in the hundred of Barford, in the county of Bedfordshire, England. The parish church is situated some 4 miles ( km) east-north-east of Bedford town centre. Bedfordshire County Council estimated the population of Renhold to be There is a country house called Howbury Hall in the southern part of the. HOWBURY HALL, the seat of the Polhill-Turners, in Renhold parish, Beds; on the river Ouse, 3 miles NE of Bedford. It is a beautiful mansion, in a park of about.