Milton Keynes


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Tel code: 01908 | code search
Postcode: MK1 | code search
Population: 185000
Council: Milton Keynes
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"The Xscape leisure centre is great! It has a real snow indoor slope for skiing and snowboarding, indoor rock climbing and plenty of restaurants and shops but avoid the Cineworld ..." More

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Visitors often remark on how different Milton Keynes is when they see our tree-lined boulevards, a clean, green environment and clean-cut modern buildings.
The town has so much to offer with one of the biggest shopping centres in the country, an indoor ski slope with "real" snow and the most successful theatre outside the West End. The nearby Theatre District offers a wide variety of eateries and clubs and there are leisure and sporting facilities to suit just about everyone.
The area is also chock full of history. Parts of the town date back to the Romans and the boundary also encompasses the six historic towns of Stony Stratford with its mainly Georgian character; Wolverton, one of the first "railway" towns; Newport Pagnell an old coaching town; picturesque Olney, famous for its pancake race and the Olney Hymns (Amazing Grace among them); Woburn Sands, on the border of the Bedford Estate and Bletchley where the renowned code-cracking centre Bletchley Park is located. There are also 13 villages, many of which are mentioned in the Domesday Book.

Milton Keynes' wonderful parks and waterways provide a landscape and environment many towns and cities would envy. Some are used for leisure purposes such as Caldecotte, used for sailing, and Willen, which is also used for water sports and has the longest cable-tow water skiing circuit in Europe. Others are preserved for wildlife and to provide oases of peace and tranquillity. The Grand Union Canal, which meanders through the town, provides a further valuable leisure facility.


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Parkside Hotel (0.87 miles)

Parkside Hotel

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The Mercure Parkside Hotel is just 5 minutes from the centre of Milton Keynes. We offer wireless broadband and free car parking. We pride ourselves on great service, making you feel ... More

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Hilton Milton Keynes (0.88 miles)

Hilton Milton Keynes

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The Hilton Milton Keynes is located on Groveway by the Open University within easy reach of junctions 13 and 14 off the M1. The local attractions include Woburn Abbey, Whipsnade Zoo, ... More

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Holiday Inn Express Milton Keynes (0.92 miles)

Holiday Inn Express Milton Keynes

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Combining an excellent location with great value, this modern hotel is close to restaurants and entertainment, less than a kilometre from the M1 motorway. Express By Holiday Inn Milton Keynes is set ... More

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Broughton Hotel (1.12 miles)

Broughton Hotel

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The Broughton is a newly refurbished lodge style hotel, with a friendly family restaurant. Many of our rooms are on the ground floor, all are non-smoking. Room rates are on a ... More

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Premier Inn Milton Keynes East Willen Lake (1.19 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M1, this hotel is situated by Willen Lake. Lakeside facilities include various water sports, Aerial Extreme and play areas for children. Other local attractions include Gulliver's Land and ... More | visit website
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MK Apartments (1.86 miles)

MK Apartments

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MK Apartments provides a range of apartments in and around Milton Keynes CIty Center. We pride ourselves on providing quality accommodation that make our guest's feel at home. We provide ... More

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South Lodge (1.88 miles)

South Lodge

New boutique bed and breakfast accommodation in Milton Keynes…
Why stay in a hotel when you can relax in an oasis of top-to-toe comfort with equally desirable facilities and excellent home-cooked food? If you’re looking for ... More | visit website

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City Apartments MK Theatre District (1.96 miles)

City Apartments MK Theatre District

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City Apartments is the only serviced apartment company with offices based in Central Milton Keynes and we pride ourselves on an efficient and friendly service - we are at hand ... More

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Shortletting Apartments (1.98 miles)

Shortletting Apartments
These stylish apartments are truly in the heart of the City, with easy on foot access to all facilities. The Theatre District is home to restaurants and bars as well as MK Theatre and Art ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Milton Keynes South (2.04 miles)

A picturesque location beside Caldecotte Lake. Conveniently situated within easy reach of the M1 and A5; only 4.5 miles away from Milton Keynes train station and shopping centre. Local attractions include the theatre District, Xscape, ... More | visit website

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