The White Horse public house, which is situated on the corner of the main road through the village, it consists of a single U-shape room wrapped around a central bar counter along with some outside picnic benches
Location of Husborne Crawley which is a small village and civil parish in central Bedfordshire, England, located close to Junction 13 of the M1 motorway. The village touches the borders of the Woburn Abbey estate on one side, and the village of Aspley Guise on the other.
The meaning of the Husborne element of the towns name is "warrior stream" and the Crawley element means "crow clearing".
Local attractions such as Woburn Abbey Country House (the family seat of the Duke of Bedford.), Woburn Safari Park, a miniature railway, garden/visitor centre and a new Center Parcs village