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22 Oct-23 Oct
Lovely couple running the place. They couldn't do enough for us to make sure everything was great. Breakfast was great too.
23 Oct-24 Oct
Couldn’t fault anything. Lovely people, great location, tasty breakfast
23 Oct-24 Oct
This is lovely. The room was stunning with all facilities. The breakfast was very, very good.
22 Oct-23 Oct
Comfortable room. Property is 12 km from main shopping area not reslly bed and breakfast because breakfast was 5 pounds extra. Shower recess rusted and really needs an upgrade including old furniture - noisy main road.
Room was enormous with windows on three sides meaning it was easy to keep the room cool at night, although we had taken a fan anyway. The proprietors were waiting for us when we arrived and again at breakfast. Loved being able to sit and watch the many small birds in the garden whilst we ate a very ...
I had a very good stay in the Number 68 - B&B. This B&B is very comfortable, I felt like at home. The garden is lovely and the breakfast is excellent and so British! Amanda and David, the owners, are very friendly. I recommend without hesitation! (J'ai passé un très bon séjour au Number 68. Ce B&B ...
This is a simple hotel. I expected a decent stay, got what it offers, and remember this is a budget hotel so no luxury. Rooms are a bit dated, but kept in a good condition. There is free internet (via wired cable as well as wifi) and found the cable option much faster and reliable. Check-in/reception ...
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Milton Keynes is a rare example of a "new" British town, having been a planned development in the 1960s. Unlike most British towns, which have evolved over centuries into a tangled web of winding streets, Milton Keynes is orderly and laid out in neat grids and rows – more like a town in the US. What it lacks in history, it certainly makes up for in things to do and see, with a year-round calendar of festivals and events, more than 5,000 acres of park and woodland, and dozens of public sculptures – like the Concrete Cows, which have become an enduring symbol of the town. There are pockets of the past to be discovered nearby, like the famous Bletchley Park, Britain's top-secret home to the codebreakers during WWII.
Milton Keynes might have its fair share of hotels, but nothing beats the homely atmosphere of a family-run B&B. While you'll find a smattering of Milton Keynes bed and breakfasts occupying the new builds along the neat streets and cul-de-sacs, most are nestled outside of the city, in the rolling Buckinghamshire countryside. Some are chimney-topped country cottages surrounded by well-manicured gardens, just a short drive away. Others are statelier affairs in old country manor houses brimming with period features, like exposed fireplaces and intricate cornice work. Whatever your taste and budget, you'll always find the right B&B for you when you search through the extensive listings on Expedia. All you need to do is plug in your dates, scan through the properties and book in just a few clicks. You'll always have a stress-free break when you book through Expedia.
The guestrooms at Milton Keynes bed and breakfasts come in all shapes and sizes, though you'll typically find everything you might expect from a hotel. Some have spacious bathrooms stocked with toiletries, facilities for making tea and coffee, and flat-screen TVs on the walls. Others are a little more luxurious, with antique furnishings, 4-poster beds and gorgeous views over the countryside. Then there are the hip hideaways, with their meticulous level of detail, from pressed linen sheets to the little personal touches – perhaps a vase of freshly cut flowers waiting for you on the bedside table. Whichever you pick, there'll always be a hearty breakfast served downstairs each morning, with things like toast and jams, cereals or full English fry-ups on the menu. Have you thought about combining your stay with a few nights in the capital, London?
The town excels at things to do – there's a plethora, for both parents and kids, near your Milton Keynes bed and breakfast. In the morning, you could don your skis to glide down the real snow pistes at the indoor ski slope, while the afternoon could be spent practising your skydiving skills at the indoor wind tunnel. If you come at the right time, you could cheer on one of the lucky horses at nearby Towcester Racecourse, or watch the exciting races at the Silverstone Circuit. Culture vultures will be right at home in Milton Keynes, with its myriad award-winning galleries and theatre. Then there are several stately homes nearby, surrounded by English gardens. Finally, there's the shopping. With more than 400 shops, offering everything from high-street fashion to artisanal food, you'll never be far from a little retail therapy.